Four years after retiring from the NHL and fifteen years after skating for the Edmonton Oilers, Wayne Gretzky laced up his skates one more time. The Heritage Classic was held on November 22, 2003 was the first regular season NHL game to be played outdoors. The event was held in Edmonton, Alberta Canada between the Montreal Canadiens and the Edmonton Oilers. The game commemorated the 25th anniversary of the Edmonton Oilers joining the NHL in 1979 and the 20th anniversary of their first Stanley Cup win in 1984. Prior to the game, there was a MegaStars game between legends of the two franchises. Gretzky would don the blue and orange Oilers jersey for the last time during a game on this day. 'One More Time' is a limited edition (199) designed 20" x 24" image that pays homage to the final skate of Wayne Gretzky as an Oiler that has been signed in black paint pen. Gretzky's signature was witnessed under UDA's Five-Step Authentication Process.