In hockey, the first goal on a new team for a player is always a cherished moment. Typically, the puck is retrieved by the team’s equipment manager and taped up with the date written in sharpie then given to the player as a souvenir. In Connor McDavid’s third game in the NHL, he scored at 12:18 of the second period against the Dallas Stars. He went on to score an impressive 15 more goals in a season where he missed 37 straight games due to injury, and also recorded 48 points with 32 assists. McDavid seems to always find a way to squeeze between defenders and find the back of the net. This 16” x 24” composite display is highlighted by an action photo of McDavid. This patented framed breaking through contains an Edmonton Oilers logo puck breaking through the Plexiglas. McDavid has inked his signature in black paint pen and added the limited edition inscription: “1st goal 10/13/15”. McDavid’s signature was witnessed under UDA’s Five Step Authentication Process.