After defeating the Winnipeg Jets, Calgary Flames and Detroit Red Wings, the Edmonton Oilers reached the 1988 Stanley Cup Finals against the Boston Bruins. The Oilers held a 3-0 lead heading into game 4 in Boston. A blackout in the third period caused a then 3-3 tie to be cancelled. Game 4 in Boston was whipped out of the record books, and game 5 in Edmonton became the fourth and final game of the series. Team captain Wayne Gretzky was awarded his second Conn Smythe Trophy as series MVP after finishing with 13 points. Relive the Oilers 6-3 victory during game 4 of the 1988 Stanley Cup Finals. This commemorative ticket from May 26, 1988 is inspired by an authentic ticket from the game, enlarged 500% before being printed on archival canvas and stretch mounted. This 13”x33”x3/4” game 7 Mega Ticket is signed in black paint pen by Wayne Gretzky and is deemed authentic by virtue of UDA’s Five Step Authentication Process.