One of the most accurate marks of greatness at the center position is the ability to make the right decisions with the puck despite tremendous pressure coming from all angles. Even as a rookie in Quebec, Peter Forsberg had the rare ability to locate the open teammate for a quality opportunity to put the puck in the back of the net. When the organization relocated to Colorado following his rookie season, he became one of the top passers in the entire NHL. He finished in the top four in the NHL in assists per game nine times in his 13-year career, leading the league three times. His 0.90 career assists per game mark ranks fourth behind Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Bobby Orr and his 1.25 career points per game average is eighth on the all-time list. The guys ahead of him on that list are all in the Hockey Hall of Fame except for Sidney Crosby, who is still active and has a spot in the Hall of Fame awaiting him as well. The Hall of Fame came calling for Forsberg in 2014 as he joined the greatest of all time in enshrinement in Toronto. In this image, the Swede shows his tremendous focus with a flurry of ice coming at his face. Forsberg has signed this limited edition (50) Ice Storm 16" x 20" image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.