Nearly the entire city of Winnipeg was hit with hockey fever during the 1992-93 season thanks to the arrival of Finland-born right wing Teemu Selanne. Going into that campaign, the player who held the NHL rookie goal-scoring record was New York Islanders legend Mike Bossy with 53. Selanne caught fire from the beginning, scoring 11 goals in a 20-point October. He was scoring at a steady pace all year and then obliterated the record with a 20-goal effort in March. Winnipeg fans rode the wave of "The New Boss" campaign as Selanne became a local legend. He spent a mere three and a half seasons in a Jets sweater yet he's still considered arguably the most popular player in franchise history. Selanne has signed this Young Guns Winnipeg Shadow Box in black paint pen. The three-layer piece designed in the same fashion as the Shadow Box trading cards first seen in Upper Deck SPx Football in 2009, it features a skating Selanne in a Jets away jersey on the outer acrylic layer and "The Finnish Flash" taking a slap shot in a home jersey along with his signature on the clear acrylic middle layer sheet. The three layers are enclosed in a black metal frame that measures 20.5" x 2.5" x 16.5". His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five Step Process.