Wayne Gretzky continued to dominate in 1983-84, winning the scoring title and Hart Trophy again with a record of 87 goals and 205 points. Another stellar performance came from blueliner Paul Coffey, who finished second to Gretzky in scoring. The NY Islanders and Boston Bruins finished the season with 104 points, far behind the Oilers who skated a league best 57-18-5 record. Edmonton's astonishing 119-point regular season was more than enough to clinch the NHL Championship. Direct from the rafters of the Edmonton Coliseum, now Rexall Place, we offer the original NHL League Championship banner, hung to celebrate and commemorate the Edmonton Oilers 1983-84 regular season title. This massive double-sided plum nylon banner measuring approximately 4 by 12 feet, proudly displays the team logo with "NHL League Champions" above and "83-84" below. All logos, lettering and numbering have been individually applied to this historical one-of-a-kind display. From the archives of the Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club, with accompanying letter of authenticity on team letterhead signed by Oilers General Manager Kevin Lowe.