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Custom NHL 1984 Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Championship Ring

Availability: In stock

Material: 18K Gold Plated Copper, Solid Ring
Prong Setting with Crystal Stone
Deep & Detailed Engraving and 3D Letters
Packing: Luxury Wooden Gift Box
In Stock Size:US 10 to US 13, Including Half Sizes
In Stock Order: Shipped out within 48 Hours
Offering Ring Customization: Name & Number & Sizing & Engraving
Any Sizes can be Customized
Any Player Name and Number on the Ring can be Customized
Engraving Texts inside the Ring can be Customized
MADE TO ORDER:Processing Time 7 to 10 Business Days

Regular Price: $109.98

Special Price $54.99

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The 1983–84 Edmonton Oilers season was the Oilers' 5th season in the NHL. After an outstanding regular season, the Oilers won their first Stanley Cup.

The 1984 Stanley Cup Final was held between the Edmonton Oilers and the then-defending champion New York Islanders. The Islanders had swept the Oilers in four straight games to win the '83 Cup. In 1984, the Islanders were seeking their fifth consecutive Stanley Cup championship, but the upstart Oilers would win the best-of-seven series four games to one to win their first Stanley Cup, becoming the third post-1967 expansion team and first former WHA team to win the Cup, and also the first team based west of Chicago to win the Stanley Cup since the WCHL's Victoria Cougars became the last non-NHL team to win the trophy in 1925. It was also the fifth straight Final of post-1967 expansion teams and a rematch of the 1983 final - a Stanley Cup final series rematch would not happen again until the 2009 Finals. As of 2013, the Islanders' four consecutive Cup wins from 1980 to 1983 and their appearance in the 1984 Cup Final, is an NHL record of 19 consecutive playoff series wins that currently stands unbroken. This would be the second of eight consecutive Finals contested by a team from Alberta (Oilers x 6, Calgary Flames x 2), and the first of five consecutive Finals to end with the Cup presentation on Alberta ice (Oilers x 4, Montreal Canadiens x 1).