This navy, bronze and white Itech goalie catcher was game worn by Mike Dunham during the 2006-07 NHL season while playing for the New York Islanders. Dunham was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the 3rd round of the 1990 NHL entry draft. After playing briefly with the Devils in 1996-97 and 1997-98, Dunham went to Nashville and played for parts of 5 seasons with the Predators. He then spent 2 years with the Rangers, a season with the Thrashers and a final season with the Islanders. Since his playing career ended, Dunham has been the goaltending coach with the Islanders. Dunham played on Team USA in the 2002 Winter Olympics earning a silver medal. He also shared the Jennings trophy for fewest goals allowed with Martin Brodeur in 1996-97 with the Devils.
This navy, bronze and white Itech goalie catcher has the player name “Dunham” stitched on the cuff. The catcher shows solid game use.