This road white air-knit gamer by Reebok was worn by Scott Gomez during the 2009-10 NHL season. The New Jersey Devils selected Gomez in the 1st round of the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. This Anchorage Alaska native began his NHL career in New Jersey in 1999-00 and won a Stanley Cup as a rookie, the first of two he captured with the Devils. Scott also walked away with the Calder Trophy as the 1999-00 Rookie of the year. Gomez is a 2-time NHL All Star and has represented team USA in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey as well as the 2006 Olympics. After spending 7 years in New Jersey, Scott played for 2 seasons with the New York Rangers before joining the Montreal Canadiens where he has resided for the past several seasons.
Sewn to the right shoulder of this gamer is the Montreal Canadiens 100-year Centennial anniversary patch. The game wear on this 2nd set sweater is solid and consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer and heavy inner pilling. There is a massive tear beginning alongside the middle of the back player number nine and running downward underneath the bottom left corner of the back player number one and then continuing down and around the fight strap before ultimately running leftward along the red hem stripe and ending on that stripe beneath the nine. This mass was repaired by the team with several large patches to bind the material back into place and ultimately led to its removal from game action. Shown above is a beautiful photo match of Gomez wearing this exact jersey during the 2009-10 season. Sewn to the inside hem is the official Montreal Canadiens game worn jersey tagging while the team hologram resides on the back player number. A fantastic Centennial patched, photo matched example worn by this NHL All Star. This jersey will be accompanied by a Canadiens team letter.