The acquisition of Peter Forsberg in the well-documented Eric Lindros trade was undoubtedly one of the key components in the success of the organization’s final season in Quebec and the corresponding fireworks in the first season in Colorado. He brought incredibly steady play from the center position, particularly considering his status as a rookie. Forsberg joined established All-Star Joe Sakic and led the Nordiques to the best record in the Eastern Conference. In the shortened season, Forsberg scored 15 goals and notched 35 assists for 50 points and the Calder Memorial Trophy. That season set the stage for a career that would span 13 seasons, two Stanley Cup championships and a spot in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Peter Forsberg has signed this Quebec Shadow Box Card in silver paint pen. The outer acrylic layer features an image of a young Forsberg in a Nordiques jersey while the second layer shows him controlling the puck down the ice, working his way past a defender. Also on this second acrylic layer is Forsberg’s authentic autograph. The third acrylic layer features his shadow and the ice rink as it was in 1995. The three layers are encased in a 20.5” x 2.5” x 16.5” black metal frame for a true 3-D effect. The unique three-layer piece is designed in the same fashion as the Shadow Box trading cards first seen in Upper Deck SPx Football in 2009. Forsberg’s signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five Step Process.