Paul Coffey scored over 100 points in five seasons of his 21-season career in the National Hockey League. While playing for the Edmonton Oilers, Coffey recorded two seasons with 40+ goals. Coffey won four Stanley Cup championships during his career, with three of them occurring from 1984 to 1987. When Coffey retired after the 2000-01 season, he had amassed 396 goals, 1,135 assists, and 1,531 points. Fifty-nine of those goals came during the Stanley Cup playoffs, and not one of them was into an empty net. In the 1985-86 season, Coffey broke Bobby Orr's record for most goals in a season by a defenseman when he scored 48 goals. This specially designed shadow box contains a 20"x12" UDA designed Edmonton Oilers image with an autographed and inscribed clear acrylic stick blade mounted over the image. Coffey has inked his signature and inscription in black paint pen. The overall framed piece measures 24"x16". Coffey's signature was witnessed under UDA's Five-Step Authentication Process.