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ChampionshipArt - The Art of Champions

Mark Messier - New York Rangers

Mark Messier - New York Rangers

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In the 1993–94 NHL season, the Rangers rebounded to secure the top spot overall and entering the Stanley Cup with high expectations. Their journey to the championship became challenging after triumphing over the Islanders and Capitals in the initial rounds.

Facing a 3–2 deficit in the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals against arch-rivals, the New Jersey Devils, Mark Messier, the Rangers' captain, boldly addressed the New York media. He publicly guaranteed a Game 6 victory. Messier backed  up to his promise, delivering a remarkable performance by scoring a natural hat trick in the third period, including an empty-net goal.

In the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals, Messier scored the Cup-winning goal in Game 7 at Madison Square Garden. This pivotal goal secured the Rangers their first Stanley Cup in 54 years.

Artwork by James G. Ferrara

Museum Quality Print

Fine Art Paper - Archival Print
S/N Limited Edition (ONLY 50 PRINTED)
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Dimensions: 17"x22"

Fine Art Canvas - Archival Print
S/N Limited Edition (ONLY 5 PRINTED)
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Dimensions: 17"x22

Note: It is recommended that canvas prints be mounted, not stretched when framing

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Museum Quality Prints

Cold Press Fine Art Archival Paper - An acid free, 100% cotton rag media with a bright textured finish. This paper has an extremely-high color gamut and black density.


UPS® Standard

UPS® Ground

UPS 2nd Day Air®

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The Art of Champions

Artist James G. Ferrara has taken his dual passion for sports and art to create some of the greatest figures and unforgettable moments in sports history.

"His style of mixing articulated realism with inspired backgrounds captures his subjects at their essence." ~ Dave Kaplan