The Battle of Alberta came to a head during the 1985-86 season. During a game at the Saddledome, a fight broke out between Edmonton's Marty McSorley and Calgary's Doug Risebrough. The penalties were doled out and both scrappers were escorted to their respective penalty boxes. At some point during the scuffle, McSorley lost his jersey and it somehow wound up in the box with Risebrough. With tempers at a ever pitch already, Doug delighted the Calgary crowd by dancing on the Oilers uniform, shredding it under his skate blades, before tossing it back across the timekeepers to an enraged Marty McSorley. The oft-told tale has become part of the folklore of the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames rivalry. Marty's blue road jersey from the famous fight is a miracle of modern sewing. The shirt is littered with stitched repair patches to fix the damage done by Risebrough's blades. Crisscrossed tracks of sewing run through the front crest and down the belly with more intricate stitch work on the chest, shoulder and one sleeve. This example displays the blue Nike tag in the collar in size XL with Marty' number "33" on the back and arms. Light game wear if you don't count the extensive repair work. Hockey history! From the personal collection of Rick "The Stick" Elaschuk with his signed letter of provenance.