The Conn Smythe Trophy is an award given annually to the most valuable player for his team throughout the playoffs. The winner is selected by the Professional Hockey Writer's Association after the final game of the Stanley Cup Final. There are four players who have won the award twice and only one three-time winner, Patrick Roy. Roy was the youngest player ever to win the Conn Smythe Trophy after his performance as a 20 year old in the 1986 playoffs. In his rookie season of 1985-86, Roy played a crucial role in an unexpected Stanley Cup win for the Canadiens and earned the nickname "St. Patrick." Roy has inked his exquisite autograph on this 16" x 20" designed collage in black paint pen. Roy's signature was witnessed by a UDA representative and is deemed authentic under Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.