This home white knit gamer by Bauer was worn by Frederick Brind’Amour during the 1999-00 QMJHL season. The New York Islanders drafted Brind’Amour in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. He spent 4 seasons in the QMJHL playing for Chicoutimi, Sherbrooke and Montreal before joining the QSPHLwhere he played for the Aces for 3 years. His last season of hockey was in the QSMHL where he also represented the Quebec franchise.
Worn during the inaugural season of the Montreal Rocket franchise, this size 58 goalie cut sweater shows game use that consists of stick and puck marks, goal post and crossbar paint transfer, a slice in the left wrist and areas of heavy pilling. A nice goalie gamer from the inaugural year of the franchise named for one of hockey’s all-time greats.