Two hockey legends that helped rewrite the NHL® history books have autographed this UDA designed image from the 1993 Stanley Cup® Championship series between the Montreal Canadiens and Los Angeles Kings. With Roy in goal, the Canadiens won an unprecedented 10 consecutive overtime wins during the 1993 playoffs. In total, Roy stopped 65 shots in the 96 minutes and 39 seconds of sudden-death overtime hockey throughout the Canadiens run to the Cup. In the Stanley Cup® final, Gretzky led the LA Kings to their first shot at a championship. The Kings won Game 1 of the final series but the Canadiens bounced back to win the next four games and take home the Stanley Cup®. This was Gretzky's only appearance in the Finals with the Kings after winning four Stanley Cups® championships in Edmonton. Patrick Roy won his second of four Stanley Cup® championships in 1993 and was also named the MVP of the Stanley Cup® final. Both Gretzky and Roy have inked their signatures in black paint pen. Their signatures were witnessed under Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Authentication Process.