The Edmonton Oilers faced the Philadelphia Flyers in an exciting finish to the 1984-85 season. The Oilers were knocked down a peg after losing Game One of the Finals to the Flyers in Philadelphia. However, the boys would bounce back winning the next four straight to win their second straight Stanley Cup. Wayne Gretzky was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy, setting new record for goals (17) and points (47) in a playoff year. Direct from the Edmonton Coliseum, now Rexall Place, we are proud to offer the original banner that was raised high up into the rafters to celebrate and commemorate the Edmonton Oilers' second Stanley Cup Championship victory in 1985. This massive double-sided white nylon banner, measuring approximately 4 by 12 feet, proudly displays the team logo with "NHL Stanley Cup" above and "Champions 84-85" 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.