Wayne Gretzky, Jari Kurri, Mark Messier and Dave Semenko.
These Mcdonald’s Oilers stickers (They were also known as cards with an adhesive strip on the back that could be moistened to stick in the album). Either way, they are extremely cool! These were available only in Edmonton, Alberta and area Mcdonald’s locations in 1983. The 25 stickers came in 7 panels. The first 6 panels were issued in wide rectangular form. The panels were as follows: Panel 1: Glenn Anderson, Coaches Sather, Muckler and Green, Jaroslav Pouzar. Panel 2: Paul Coffey, Andy Moog, Raimo Summanen. Panel 3: Pat Conacher, Lee Fogolin, Don Jackson, Mark Messier. Panel 4: Randy Gregg, Charlie Huddy, Kevin Lowe, Emery Edge Trophy. Panel 5: Rick Chartraw, Wayne Gretzky, Willy Lindstrom, Dave Lumley. Panel 6: Grant Fuhr, Pat Hughes, Kevin McClelland. Finally, Panel 7: Dave Hunter, Jari Kurri, Ken Linseman and Dave Semenko (this panel was the long rectangular one).
*The following information I got from fellow collector Bruce, this is great information!*
“An interesting fact is that McDonalds had the sole licence to produce local Edmonton Oilers Memorabilia in 1983-84 & that was why Red Rooster did not produce a Hockey Card Set for the Oilers this year. It proved to be a Good Luck Charm as the Oilers won their 1st Stanley Cup this year.”
The sizes of each of these panels varied. 6 panels were issued as wide rectangles. 1 panel was issued as a skinny rectangle. Most of the stickers measured 2.5 by 1.5 inches. There was an album issued by Mcdonald’s made to house these stickers.
This album measures about XX cm X XX cm (10 inches X 9 inches) and comes to you in near mint condition and currently sits empty with no stickers.