1985 Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Championship Ring is the 2nd straight Stanley cup for the oilers. It commemorated the stanley up finals champions in the NHL 1984-1985 Season. The oilers, led by Wayne Gretzky in goals with 73 and Jari Kurri with a career high 71, won the 1985 Stanley cup ring. Paul Coffey who setting records for most goals (twelve), assists (twenty-five), and points (thirty-seven) ever by a defenceman in a playoff year, also took important role in the winning of the oilers 1985 stanley up ring.
The Edmonton Oilers 1985 Stanley Cup Ring is in a Positive circle shape, The version here is the former owner Peter pocklington 1985 stanley cup ring replica. despite the ring is not very outstanding, the 1984–85 Oilers was strong and regarded as the greatest NHL team of all-time, and Gretzky was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy of that year.