2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Cards

2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Cards

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Again returning as a standalone set, 2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey continues as an acetate-centered release. Boxes feature one hard-signed autograph and one memorabilia card.

The 200-card base set kicks things off and added rarity comes courtesy of the Ice Premieres Rookies and players including Jack Eichel and Connor McDavid. Available in multiple tiers, the most common rookie players are numbered to 1,999 and the rarest players, Level 1, are numbered to 99. There are also Autograph (#499, 199 or 125) and Autographed Patch (#/10) versions. Not just limited to the present, 2005-06 Retro Ice Premieres feature the earlier design. The Ice Premieres inserts combine to average three per box.

Only showcasing on-card signatures, the autograph inserts continue the quality theme of UD Ice. This includes Glacial Graphs (1:32 packs), Ringside Signings (1:64 packs), Signatures Swatches (1:64 packs) and Superb Script (#/49). There are also Superb Script Portraits, numbered to 15.

Collectors can also find four relic inserts in the release. Among these, Frozen Foursomes offer four jersey pieces from four different players on the same card. Other options include Frozen Fabrics (1:24 packs), Fresh Threads (1:24 packs) and Rookie Relic Jumbos (#/299). All relics are also found as limited Red and Black parallels.

More traditional inserts include Global Impact (1:8 packs) and World Juniors Championship (#/1,299 or 699).

Lastly, part two of the multi-product Exquisite Collection inserts can be found in UD Ice. With one Exquisite card per box, there are several choices available. This includes base Legends (#/499) and Rookies (#/399 or 299), as well as Signatures, Rookie Signatures, and 2003-04 Rookies Auto Patch Tribute. Limited Gold Spectrum (jersey #'d) and Black (1/1) parallels add to that total.

Release Date: 5/25/2016
Product Configuration: 4 cards per pack, 8 packs per box, 16 boxes per case (8 per inner case)

2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Box Break

  • 1 Autograph
  • 1 Memorabilia Card
  • 1 Exquisite Insert
  • 3 Ice Premieres Inserts
  • 32 Total Cards

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Set Checklist

2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Base Sidney Crosby

1 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
2 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
3 Mats Zuccarello - New York Rangers
4 Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings
5 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
6 Alexander Steen - St. Louis Blues
7 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
8 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
9 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
10 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
11 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
12 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
13 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
14 Mikkel Boedker - Arizona Coyotes
15 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
16 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
17 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders
18 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
19 Reilly Smith - Florida Panthers
20 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
21 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
22 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
23 Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres
24 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
25 Tyler Bozak - Toronto Maple Leafs
26 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
27 Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
28 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers
29 Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets
30 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
31 Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks
32 John Klingberg - Dallas Stars
33 Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens
34 Loui Eriksson - Boston Bruins
35 Tomas Plekanec - Montreal Canadiens
36 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
37 Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
38 Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars
39 Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
40 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
41 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
42 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
43 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
44 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
45 Brandon Sutter - Vancouver Canucks
46 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
47 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
48 David Krejci - Boston Bruins
49 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
50 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
51 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
52 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
53 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
54 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
55 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
56 Scott Hartnell - Columbus Blue Jackets
57 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
58 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
59 Jim Howard - Detroit Red Wings
60 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
61 John Tavares - New York Islanders
62 Milan Lucic - Los Angeles Kings
63 Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes
64 Mikko Koivu - Minnesota Wild
65 Martin Hanzal - Arizona Coyotes
66 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
67 Dion Phaneuf - Toronto Maple Leafs
68 Jannik Hansen - Vancouver Canucks
69 James Neal - Nashville Predators
70 Michael Cammalleri - New Jersey Devils
71 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
72 Bryan Little - Winnipeg Jets
73 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
74 Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins
75 Derick Brassard - New York Rangers
76 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
77 Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
78 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
79 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
80 Brent Seabrook - Chicago Blackhawks
81 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
82 Tyler Ennis - Buffalo Sabres
83 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
84 Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings
85 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
86 Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks
87 Borje Salming - Toronto Maple Leafs
88 Phil Esposito - Boston Bruins
89 Marcel Dionne - New York Rangers
90 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
91 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
92 Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks
93 Luc Robitaille - Detroit Red Wings
94 Jari Kurri - Edmonton Oilers
95 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
96 Larry Robinson - Montreal Canadiens
97 Paul Coffey - Pittsburgh Penguins
98 Doug Gilmour - Calgary Flames
99 Wayne Gretzky - Los Angeles Kings
100 Terry Sawchuk - Detroit Red Wings

 

Ice Premieres Base Set Checklist

100 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Ice Premieres Jack Eichel

Level 5 - #/1,999
101 Dylan DeMelo - San Jose Sharks RC
102 Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning RC
103 Joel Edmundson - St. Louis Blues RC
104 Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks RC
105 Joel Vermin - Tampa Bay Lightning RC
106 Duncan Siemens - Colorado Avalanche RC
107 Chris Driedger - Ottawa Senators RC
108 Tyler Randell - Boston Bruins RC
109 Jean-Francois Berube - New York Islanders RC
110 Taylor Leier - Philadelphia Flyers RC
111 Michael Keranen - Minnesota Wild RC
112 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings RC
113 Sam Brittain - Florida Panthers RC
114 Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets RC
115 Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars RC
116 Laurent Dauphin - Arizona Coyotes RC
117 Markus Hannikainen - Columbus Blue Jackets RC
118 Keegan Lowe - Carolina Hurricanes RC
119 Brett Kulak - Calgary Flames RC
120 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings RC
121 Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks RC
122 Joonas Kemppainen - Boston Bruins RC
123 Frank Vatrano - Boston Bruins RC
124 Petr Straka - Philadelphia Flyers RC
125 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks RC
126 Matt O'Connor - Ottawa Senators RC
127 Mark Alt - Philadelphia Flyers RC
128 Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars RC
129 Alexandre Grenier - Vancouver Canucks RC
130 Mackenzie Skapski - New York Rangers RC
131 Jujhar Khaira - Edmonton Oilers RC
132 David Musil - Edmonton Oilers RC
133 Erik Gustafsson - Chicago Blackhawks RC
134 Jaccob Slavin - Carolina Hurricanes RC
135 Chris Wideman - Ottawa Senators RC
136 Kyle Baun - Chicago Blackhawks RC
Level 4 - #/1,499
137 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs RC
138 Vincent Hinostroza - Chicago Blackhawks RC
139 Brendan Gaunce - Vancouver Canucks RC
140 Andrew Copp - Winnipeg Jets RC
141 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes RC
142 Adam Pelech - New York Islanders RC
143 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens RC
144 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers RC
145 Anton Slepyshev - Edmonton Oilers RC
146 Devin Shore - Dallas Stars RC
147 Christoph Bertschy - Minnesota Wild RC
148 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators RC
149 Connor Brickley - Florida Panthers RC
150 Stanislav Galiev - Washington Capitals RC
151 Jordan Weal - Philadelphia Flyers RC
152 Brady Skjei - New York Rangers RC
153 Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators RC
154 Sergei Kalinin - New Jersey Devils RC
155 Chandler Stephenson - Washington Capitals RC
156 Anthony Stolarz - Philadelphia Flyers RC
157 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins RC
158 Daniel Carr - Montreal Canadiens RC
159 Brett Pesce - Carolina Hurricanes RC
160 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators RC
Level 3 - #/999
161 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes RC
162 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings RC
163 Gustav Olofsson - Minnesota Wild RC
164 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars RC
165 Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres RC
166 Charles Hudon - Montreal Canadiens RC
167 Mike McCarron - Montreal Canadiens RC
168 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues RC
169 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins RC
170 Matt Murray - Pittsburgh Penguins RC
171 Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks RC
172 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames RC
173 Colin Miller - Boston Bruins RC
174 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks RC
175 Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks RC
176 Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators RC
177 Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks RC
178 Louis Domingue - Arizona Coyotes RC
Level 2 - #/499
179 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes RC
180 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators RC
181 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks RC
182 Garret Sparks - Toronto Maple Leafs RC
183 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks RC
184 Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens RC
185 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks RC
186 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche RC
187 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins RC
188 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets RC
189 Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens RC
190 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers RC
Level 1 - #/99
191 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues RC
192 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets RC
193 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks RC
194 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames RC
195 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets RC
196 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes RC
197 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks RC
198 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings RC
199 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres RC
200 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers RC

 

Ice Premieres Autographs Set Checklist

43 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice e Premieres Autograph Connor McDavid

IPA-AB Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 499
IPA-AS Anton Slepyshev - Edmonton Oilers #/ 499
IPA-BG Brendan Gaunce - Vancouver Canucks #/ 499
IPA-BH Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks #/ 499
IPA-BR Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars #/ 499
IPA-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets #/ 499
IPA-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 125
IPA-CP Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues #/ 499
IPA-CS Chandler Stephenson - Washington Capitals #/ 499
IPA-DF Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings #/ 499
IPA-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings #/ 199
IPA-DO Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks #/ 499
IPA-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 499
IPA-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames #/ 499
IPA-FA Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues #/ 199
IPA-HS Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes #/ 499
IPA-HU Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks #/ 499
IPA-JD Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens #/ 499
IPA-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks #/ 499
IPA-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks #/ 199
IPA-JW Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings #/ 499
IPA-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators #/ 499
IPA-LU Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres #/ 499
IPA-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes #/ 199
IPA-MI Colin Miller - Boston Bruins #/ 499
IPA-MJ Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars #/ 499
IPA-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche #/ 499
IPA-NC Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 499
IPA-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets #/ 199
IPA-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks #/ 199
IPA-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 499
IPA-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets #/ 499
IPA-NR Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks #/ 499
IPA-OL Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers #/ 499
IPA-PS Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators #/ 499
IPA-RF Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars #/ 499
IPA-RH Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 499
IPA-RK Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks #/ 499
IPA-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames #/ 199
IPA-SP Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 499
IPA-ST Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks #/ 499
IPA-VA Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators #/ 499
IPA-VH Vincent Hinostroza - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 199

 

Ice Premieres Autograph Patch Variations Set Checklist

35 cards. Serial Numbered #/10.
Eichel card not signed*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Ice Premieres Patch Jake Virtanen

IP-AB Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
IP-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
IP-BM Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
IP-BS Brady Skjei - New York Rangers
IP-CH Charles Hudon - Montreal Canadiens
IP-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
IP-DF Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
IP-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
IP-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
IP-HE Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
IP-HS Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
IP-JA Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets
IP-JD Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
IP-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
IP-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
IP-MC Mike McCarron - Montreal Canadiens
IP-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
IP-MP Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
IP-MS Mackenzie Skapski - New York Rangers
IP-NC Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
IP-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
IP-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
IP-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
IP-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
IP-NR Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
IP-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
IP-RH Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
IP-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
IP-SH Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks
IP-SK Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning
IP-SN Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks
IP-SP Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
IP-ST Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks
IP-ZF Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens
IP-JE Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres*

 

2005-06 Retro Ice Premieres Set Checklist

30 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey 2005-06 Retro Ice Premieres Connor McDavid

Level 2 - #/799
R-1 Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens
R-2 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
R-3 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
R-4 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
R-5 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
R-6 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
R-7 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
R-8 Stanislav Galiev - Washington Capitals
R-9 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars
R-10 Garret Sparks - Toronto Maple Leafs
R-11 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
R-12 Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators
R-13 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
R-14 Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres
R-15 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
R-16 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
R-17 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
R-18 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
R-19 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
R-20 Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
R-21 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
R-22 Gustav Olofsson - Minnesota Wild
R-23 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
Level 1 - #/149
R-24 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
R-25 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
R-26 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
R-27 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
R-28 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
R-29 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
R-30 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers

 

Fresh Threads Set Checklist

30 cards. Overall odds 1:24 packs.
Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Patch #/49, Black Patch #/10.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Fresh Threads Dylan Larkin

FT-AB Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs B 1:28
FT-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks A 1:159
FT-BM Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes B 1:28
FT-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets B 1:28
FT-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers A 1:159
FT-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings A 1:159
FT-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames B 1:28
FT-HS Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes B 1:28
FT-JD Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens B 1:28
FT-JE Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres A 1:159
FT-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks B 1:28
FT-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks B 1:28
FT-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators B 1:28
FT-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes A 1:159
FT-MM Mike McCarron - Montreal Canadiens B 1:28
FT-MP Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators B 1:28
FT-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche B 1:28
FT-NC Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers B 1:28
FT-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets A 1:159
FT-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks B 1:28
FT-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes B 1:28
FT-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets B 1:28
FT-NR Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks B 1:28
FT-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues B 1:28
FT-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames A 1:159
FT-SH Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks B 1:28
FT-SN Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks B 1:28
FT-SP Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators B 1:28
FT-SU Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins B 1:28
FT-ZF Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens B 1:28

 

Frozen Fabrics Set Checklist

23 cards. Overall odds 1:24 packs.
Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Patch #/30 or #/15, Black Patch #/5.
*Card #FF-DK and #FF-TS only found in parallels.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Frozen Fabrics Pavel Bure

FF-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals B 1:108
FF-BR Bill Ranford - Edmonton Oilers B 1:108
FF-BW Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets C 1:32
FF-DH Dominik Hasek - Detroit Red Wings B 1:108
FF-DK David Krejci - Boston Bruins*
FF-DS Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks C 1:32
FF-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers C 1:32
FF-JA Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues C 1:32
FF-JF Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes C 1:32
FF-JI Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche C 1:32
FF-JR Jeremy Roenick - Los Angeles Kings B 1:108
FF-KE Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins C 1:32
FF-ML Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins A 1:1,040
FF-MZ Mats Zuccarello - New York Rangers C 1:32
FF-PB Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks A 1:1,040
FF-PK Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks B 1:108
FF-PR Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators C 1:32
FF-PS P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens C 1:32
FF-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins B 1:108
FF-SS Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning C 1:32
FF-ST Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars C 1:32
FF-TH Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers C 1:32
FF-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks*
FF-VT Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues C 1:32
FF-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers A 1:1,040

 

Frozen Foursomes Set Checklist

15 cards. Overall odds 1:128 packs.
Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Patch #/25 or #/5, Black Patch #/3
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Frozen Four
F4-CANES Eric Staal/Jeff Skinner/Justin Faulk/Cam Ward - Hurricanes D 1:175
F4-COL Nathan MacKinnon/Matt Duchene/Jarome Iginla/Gabriel Landeskog - Avalanche D 1:175
F4-EAST Tuukka Rask/Henrik Lundqvist/Carey Price/Marc-Andre Fleury D 1:175
F4-HABS Max Pacioretty/P.K. Subban/Brendan Gallagher/Carey Price - Canadiens D 1:175
F4-HOF1 Wayne Gretzky/Mario Lemieux/Mark Messier/Steve Yzerman A 1:7,104
F4-HOF2 Marcel Dionne/Guy Lafleur/Mike Bossy/Joe Sakic B 1:3,552
F4-JETS Blake Wheeler/Mark Scheifele/Andrew Ladd/Dustin Byfuglien - Jets D 1:175
F4-KINGS Jeff Carter/Drew Doughty/Anze Kopitar/Jonathan Quick - Kings D 1:175
F4-NYR Mats Zuccarello/Kevin Hayes/Derek Stepan/Henrik Lundqvist - Rangers D 1:175
F4-PENGU Evgeni Malkin/Phil Kessel/Kris Letang/Marc-Andre Fleury - Penguins C 1:592
F4-PRED Filip Forsberg/Roman Josi/Shea Weber/Pekka Rinne - Predators D 1:175
F4-RC1 Connor McDavid/Jack Eichel/Dylan Larkin/Max Domi C 1:592
F4-RC2 Artemi Panarin/Jake Virtanen/Kevin Fiala/Sam Bennett  D 1:175
F4-WASH Alexander Ovechkin/Evgeny Kuznetsov/John Carlson/T.J. Oshie C 1:592
F4-WEST Jonathan Quick/Pekka Rinne/Corey Crawford/Ryan Miller C 1:592

 

Glacial Graphs Autograph Set Checklist

42 cards. Overall odds 1:32 packs.
Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black #/75 or less.
*Card #GG-AP and #GG-NH found only in parallel.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Glacial Graphs Artemi Panarin

GG-AB Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers C 1:76
GG-AH Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators D 1:72
GG-AL Anders Lee - New York Islanders D 1:72
GG-AM Andy Moog - Edmonton Oilers C 1:76
GG-AN Antti Niemi - Dallas Stars C 1:76
GG-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals A 1:1,092
GG-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks*
GG-BC Bobby Clarke - Philadelphia Flyers B 1:300
GG-BR Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators B 1:300
GG-CC Charlie Coyle - Minnesota Wild D 1:72
GG-CH Carl Hagelin - Anaheim Ducks B 1:300
GG-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers A 1:1,092
GG-CW Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes B 1:300
GG-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings D 1:72
GG-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins C 1:76
GG-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins A 1:1,092
GG-GA Glenn Anderson - Edmonton Oilers A 1:1,092
GG-GL Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens A 1:1,092
GG-JC John Carlson - Washington Capitals C 1:76
GG-JK John Klingberg - Dallas Stars D 1:72
GG-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks B 1:300
GG-JS Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars B 1:300
GG-LA Andrew Ladd - Winnipeg Jets C 1:76
GG-LC Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks B 1:300
GG-LE John LeClair - Philadelphia Flyers C 1:76
GG-MD Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche B 1:300
GG-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins A 1:1,092
GG-MM Mike Modano - Dallas Stars A 1:1,092
GG-MR Mike Richter - New York Rangers B 1:300
GG-MS Mark Stone - Ottawa Senators C 1:76
GG-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes*
GG-NK Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning C 1:76
GG-OP Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning D 1:72
GG-PF Peter Forsberg - Colorado Avalanche A 1:1,092
GG-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues D 1:72
GG-RM Ryan McDonagh - New York Rangers C 1:76
GG-SC Ben Scrivens - Edmonton Oilers C 1:76
GG-SG Shayne Gostisbehere - Philadelphia Flyers D 1:72
GG-SP Stuart Percy - Toronto Maple Leafs D 1:72
GG-SV Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche C 1:76
GG-TB Tom Barrasso - Pittsburgh Penguins C 1:76
GG-TH Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers B 1:300
GG-TP Teemu Pulkkinen - Detroit Red Wings D 1:72
GG-ZP Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild B 1:300

 

Global Impact Set Checklist

25 cards. 1:8 packs.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Global Impact Domi

GI-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
GI-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
GI-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
GI-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
GI-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
GI-JE Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
GI-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
GI-JS Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators
GI-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
GI-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
GI-MC Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
GI-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
GI-MJ Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars
GI-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
GI-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
GI-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
GI-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
GI-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
GI-NR Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
GI-OL Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
GI-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
GI-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
GI-SG Stanislav Galiev - Washington Capitals
GI-VA Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
GI-ZF Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens

 

Rinkside Signings Set Checklist

32 cards. Overall odds 1:64 packs.
Specific group odds noted below.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Rinkside Signings Connor McDavid

RS-AB Andre Burakovsky - Washington Capitals D 1:85
RS-AI Arturs Irbe - Carolina Hurricanes D 1:85
RS-AK Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings A 1:3,298
RS-BE Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs B 1:636
RS-BG Bill Guerin - Dallas Stars B 1:636
RS-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers A 1:3,298
RS-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens A 1:3,298
RS-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins D 1:85
RS-ES Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes B 1:636
RS-JA Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues D 1:85
RS-JB Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars B 1:636
RS-JH Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames D 1:85
RS-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks B 1:636
RS-JS Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars B 1:636
RS-JT Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks A 1:3,298
RS-MB Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils A 1:3,298
RS-MK Mike Keane - Montreal Canadiens D 1:85
RS-MM Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers A 1:3,298
RS-MO Matt Moulson - Buffalo Sabres C 1:510
RS-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche D 1:85
RS-NL Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings A 1:3,298
RS-ON Owen Nolan - Quebec Nordiques B 1:636
RS-RB Rod Brind`Amour - Carolina Hurricanes D 1:85
RS-SB Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets B 1:636
RS-SD Scott Darling - Chicago Blackhawks D 1:85
RS-SG Shayne Gostisbehere - Philadelphia Flyers D 1:85
RS-SJ Seth Jones - Nashville Predators C 1:510
RS-SR Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres C 1:510
RS-TH Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks D 1:85
RS-TO Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings C 1:510
RS-TT Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings C 1:510
RS-ZP Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild A 1:3,298

 

Rookie Relic Jumbos Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial Numbered #/299.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Patch #/15, Black Patch #/3.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Rookie Relic Jumbos Artemi Panarin

RRJ-AB Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
RRJ-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
RRJ-BH Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks
RRJ-BM Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
RRJ-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
RRJ-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
RRJ-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
RRJ-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
RRJ-HS Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
RRJ-JD Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
RRJ-JE Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
RRJ-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
RRJ-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
RRJ-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
RRJ-MC Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
RRJ-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
RRJ-MP Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
RRJ-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
RRJ-MS Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
RRJ-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
RRJ-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
RRJ-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
RRJ-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
RRJ-NR Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
RRJ-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
RRJ-RH Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
RRJ-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
RRJ-SH Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks
RRJ-SP Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
RRJ-ST Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks

 

Signature Swatches Set Checklist

26 cards.
Overall odds 1:64 packs. Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black Patch #/15, #7, or #/3 (#SS-MS - 1/1).
*Card #SS-NL found only in parallel.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Signature Swatches Connor McDavid

SS-AL Andrew Ladd - Winnipeg Jets E 1:93
SS-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals A 1:3,193
SS-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers A 1:3,193
SS-CP Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks D 1:433
SS-DG Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs B 1:3,560
SS-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings D 1:433
SS-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins B 1:3,560
SS-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames E 1:93
SS-GF Grant Fuhr - Edmonton Oilers C 1:496
SS-JB Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs E 1:93
SS-JC John Carlson - Washington Capitals E 1:93
SS-JH Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames E 1:93
SS-KT Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators E 1:93
SS-LR Luc Robitaille - Los Angeles Kings A 1:3,193
SS-MA Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets E 1:93
SS-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins D 1:433
SS-MG Mike Gartner - New York Rangers C 1:496
SS-MS Martin St. Louis - New York Rangers C 1:496
SS-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets E 1:93
SS-NL Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings*
SS-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks E 1:93
SS-OP Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning C 1:496
SS-RB Rod Brind`Amour - Carolina Hurricanes C 1:496
SS-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames D 1:433
SS-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins A 1:3,193
SS-SJ Seth Jones - Nashville Predators E 1:93
SS-TH Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks C 1:496

 

Superb Script Set Checklist

23 cards. Serial Numbered #/49.
PARALLEL CARDS: Portraits (#SSP) #/15
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Superb Script Max Domi

SS-AB Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
SS-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
SS-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
SS-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
SS-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-FA Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
SS-JD Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
SS-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
SS-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
SS-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
SS-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
SS-MP Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
SS-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
SS-MS Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
SS-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
SS-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
SS-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
SS-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
SS-OL Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
SS-RF Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
SS-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
SS-SP Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-VA Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators

 

World Junior Championship Set Checklist

11 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey World Junior Championship

WJ-CM Connor McDavid - Team Canada #/ 699
WJ-HS Hunter Shinkaruk - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-JV Jake Virtanen - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-MD Max Domi - Team Canada #/ 699
WJ-MS Malcolm Subban - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-NP Nicolas Petan - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-NR Nick Ritchie - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-RF Robby Fabbri - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-SB Sam Bennett - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-ST Shea Theodore - Team Canada #/ 1,299
WJ-ZF Zachary Fucale - Team Canada #/ 1,299

 

2014-15 Ice Update Set Checklist

15 cards. Specific pack odds and print runs noted below.
Ice Premieres Autos IPA-CT Chris Tierney - San Jose Sharks 1:2,200
Glacial Graphs GG-PK Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks Group A 1:3,251 (Overall 14-15 Glacial 1:1,012)
Glacial Graphs GG-DB Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets Group B 1:1,470 (Overall 14-15 Glacial 1:1,012)
Glacial Graphs Gold // GG-DB Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets 1:5,521
Glacial Graphs Gold // GG-PK Patrick Kane "Go Hawks" - Chicago Blackhawks 1:5,521
Glacial Graphs Black // GG-DB Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets #/ 10
Glacial Graphs Black // GG-PK Patrick Kane "09-10: 88 points" - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 10
Rinkside Signings RS-CK Chris Kunitz - Pittsburgh Penguins Group B 1:1,951 (Overall 14-15 Rinkside 1:1,175)
Rinkside Signings RS-GC Gerry Cheevers - Boston Bruins Group A 1:2,956 (Overall 14-15 Rinkside 1:1,175)
Rinkside Signings RS-SB Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets Group A 1:2,956 (Overall 14-15 Rinkside 1:1,175)
Signature Swatches Gold // SS-CO Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 10
Signature Swatches Black // SS-CO Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 1
Signature Swatches Black // SS-DS Denis Savard - Montreal Canadiens #/ 1
Signature Swatches Black // SS-JR Jeremy Roenick - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 1
Signature Swatches Black // SS-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks #/ 1

 

2015-16 Exquisite Collection Hockey Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

26 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Exquisite Base Legends

Base - #/149
20 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
21 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
22 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
23 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
24 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
25 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
26 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
27 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
28 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
29 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
30 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
Legends - #/499
31 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
32 Bobby Hull - Chicago Blackhawks
33 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
34 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
35 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
36 Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs
37 Terry Sawchuk - Detroit Red Wings
38 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
39 Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche
40 Doug Harvey - Montreal Canadiens
41 Phil Esposito - Boston Bruins
42 Peter Forsberg - Colorado Avalanche
43 Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins
44 Mike Bossy - New York Islanders
45 Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens

 

Rookies Set Checklist

30 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Spectrum #/97 or less, Black 1/1.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Exquisite Collection Rookies Connor McDavid

R-1 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 399
R-2 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators #/ 399
R-3 Andrew Copp - Winnipeg Jets #/ 399
R-4 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames #/ 399
R-5 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche #/ 399
R-6 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 399
R-7 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers #/ 399
R-8 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 399
R-9 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues #/ 399
R-10 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks #/ 399
R-11 Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators #/ 399
R-12 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 399
R-13 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks #/ 399
R-14 Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks #/ 399
R-15 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 399
R-16 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks #/ 399
R-17 Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars #/ 399
R-18 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks #/ 399
R-19 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues #/ 399
R-20 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 399
R-21 Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings #/ 399
R-22 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars #/ 399
R-23 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings #/ 399
R-24 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets #/ 399
R-25 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres #/ 299
R-26 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings #/ 299
R-27 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets #/ 299
R-28 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes #/ 299
R-29 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames #/ 299
R-30 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 299

 

2003-04 Rookie Autograph Patch Tribute Set Checklist

10 cards. Serial Numbered #/25.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Spectrum #/5, Black 1/1.
*Card #03T-NE and #03T-RF not found in Black Parallel.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Exquisite Collection Rookie Patch Dylan Larkin

03T-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
03T-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
03T-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
03T-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
03T-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
03T-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
03T-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets*
03T-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
03T-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues*
03T-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames

 

Material Signatures Set Checklist

19 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Exquisite Collection Material Collections Wayne Gretzky

EMS-BR Bill Ranford - Edmonton Oilers Stick #/ 135
EMS-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens Blocker #/ 135
EMS-DG Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs Patch #/ 25
EMS-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins Skate #/ 99
EMS-GF Grant Fuhr - St. Louis Blues Leg Pad #/ 99
EMS-GL Guy Lafleur - Quebec Nordiques Stick #/ 25
EMS-GR Wayne Gretzky - , All Star Team Socks #/ 10
EMS-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks Patch #/ 135
EMS-JS Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars Patch #/ 135
EMS-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins Leg Pad #/ 99
EMS-MG Guy Carbonneau - Montreal Canadiens Stick #/ 135
EMS-MK Mike Keane - Montreal Canadiens Stick #/ 135
EMS-ML Mario Lemieux -  All Star Team Pants #/ 10
EMS-MM Mark Messier - New York Rangers Stick #/ 10
EMS-RB Rod Brind`Amour - Carolina Hurricanes Patch #/ 135
EMS-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins Patch #/ 10
EMS-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks Glove #/ 25
EMS-SE Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars Patch #/ 99
EMS-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers Equipment Bag #/ 10

 

Rookie Signatures Set Checklist

24 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Spectrum #/35, Black #/10.
*Card #ERS-BM found only in Black parallel.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Exquisite Collection Rookie Signatures Connor McDavid

ERS-BM Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes*
ERS-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets #/ 399
ERS-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 149
ERS-CS Chandler Stephenson - Washington Capitals #/ 399
ERS-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings #/ 399
ERS-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 399
ERS-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames #/ 399
ERS-FA Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars #/ 399
ERS-JD Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks #/ 399
ERS-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks #/ 399
ERS-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks #/ 199
ERS-JW Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings #/ 399
ERS-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators #/ 399
ERS-MJ Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars #/ 399
ERS-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche #/ 199
ERS-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets #/ 199
ERS-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks #/ 399
ERS-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 399
ERS-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets #/ 399
ERS-OL Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers #/ 399
ERS-RH Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 399
ERS-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames #/ 199
ERS-SP Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 399
ERS-VA Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators #/ 399
ERS-VH Vincent Hinostroza - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 399

 

Signatures Set Checklist

29 cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Exquisite Collection Signatures Joe Sakic

ES-AE Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers #/ 125
ES-AG Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens #/ 125
ES-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals #/ 15
ES-CP Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks #/ 125
ES-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 35
ES-FP Felix Potvin - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 125
ES-GA Glenn Anderson - Edmonton Oilers #/ 35
ES-GL Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens #/ 35
ES-JB Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 125
ES-JF Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 125
ES-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks #/ 125
ES-JS Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche #/ 35
ES-JT Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 35
ES-LR Larry Robinson - Montreal Canadiens #/ 99
ES-MB Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils #/ 15
ES-ML Mario Lemieux - All Star Team #/ 15
ES-MM Mark Messier - New York Rangers #/ 15
ES-NL Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings #/ 125
ES-PB Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks #/ 35
ES-PD Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings #/ 35
ES-RM Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks #/ 99
ES-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 15
ES-SJ Seth Jones - Nashville Predators #/ 125
ES-SY Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings #/ 15
ES-TH Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers #/ 125
ES-TJ Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 125
ES-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Mighty Ducks #/ 35
ES-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers #/ 15
ES-ZP Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild #/ 125

 

Signatures Rookie Previews Set Checklist

12 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Spectrum #/15, Black #/5.
*Card #ESRP-AP found only in parallels.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Ice Exquisite Collection Rookie Signatures Connor McDavid

ESRP-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks*
ESRP-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 99
ESRP-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings #/ 149
ESRP-DS Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 249
ESRP-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks #/ 249
ESRP-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks #/ 249
ESRP-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators #/ 249
ESRP-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche #/ 249
ESRP-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets #/ 149
ESRP-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 249
ESRP-OL Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers #/ 249
ESRP-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues #/ 249
ESRP-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames #/ 149


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User Reviews

  1. If you have any issues with Upper Deck cards for quality control, please let them know at qa@upperdeck.com.
    You will need a upc code and a receipt.

    Good Luck.

  2. Does someone knows the release date of this product and ud black? Any help will be appreciate, thanks

  3. Has anyone had a look at the checklist for this product yet? Is Upper Deck aware that using current players and a few Legends would help?? All rookies now. Very few auto’s of Gretzky and Orr (UD Spokesman.) This had potential to be a shot in the arm for the horrific UD streak of lousy products, now I can’t see it. Terrible checklist

  4. I’m pretty nervous about buying a box of this by looking at the projected box contents and comparing it with the checklist…especially when the Level 5 for Ice Premieres is */1999…..followed by Level 4 being */1499……
    So you’re supposed to get: 1 auto, 1 memo, 1 exquisite card, 3 ice premeries per box….that’s fine and dandy but please don’t be fooled…at about $160-175CAD per box there’s easily the potential of getting jack squat in terms of value. Don’t get me wrong – I’m not living in a fantasy where I believe each box should match the value of cost (even though that would be sweet) but you would think you would at least be promised at minimum; 1/2 of your value of cost. I’m just not at all impressed with UD this season…they’re taking advantage of this McDavidmania to the max and I get it – they’re a business after all but it’s not a smart move for the longevity of the hobby.
    I’m going to sit through one single case break for free and that’ll dictate if I’m going to roll the dice.

  5. Totally agree with you JG.
    And to add to your comment, it seems that Upper deck is now aware that group breaks seem to be the future, hence the high cost of most of their products. Sad sad sad!!!!

  6. Upper deck is ruining the hobby for me! Ice is a horrible product to buy boxes. Singles only cuz like JG said you get no value & 90% of the boxes have jack squat!

  7. Upper Deck is waking up but its a little too late , and by the time there contract is up for printing cards they will be bought out. This season 2015/16 was a Mcdavid bonanza for Upper Deck and for those that sell and break cases as that’s the only way boxes are sold thse days compare to the days of the 1990s. Come Septmber Upper Deck will have an other Bonanza with Matthews and again collectors will pay top dollar for mid to low value hockey cards. Just like McDavid now finding upper deck rookie at rock bottom prices as they are to many printed and only if Upper Deck would make public the amount of McDavids printed for Series 1 (???10000??)
    The cards they print are decent looking but you would think that ther be better control at printing time as it has shown this season too much damaged cards. Yes they will replace how though they really don’t cleary say how. In other words will they reprint the same damaged card sent in, or will they just give an other card from any where they see fit. If they give an other card the big question should be where do they get the other cards from to give you as replacement for the damaged card, same goes with redemptions cards when the redemption cards have expired what do they do with the rest of the cards do they keep them or destroy them thus it would ceate a much bigger short print on the redemptions cards that are not redemmed or they just keep the cards and give those as replacements to other cards that are damaged. As for redemption cards they should not be in pack period, unlike Mcdonald or Tim Hortons Hockey cards you would find a redemption winner card and you could easily get the card where it be a patch/jersey/auto so how come Upper Deck puts redemptions cards in ther hockey products and they cant fulfill them not even in 2 years after product release.

  8. Surely, this is my favourite product in terms of design and overall conception, but boy UD got greedy! Let’s check some numbers. There will be a total of 142,890 Ice Premiers rookie cards, which means 47,630 boxes produced. This means you get around one Ice Premiers Level 1 at every 144 boxes, or, if you want, one at every 9 cases. Also, the total of rookies Ice Premiers Level 1 represent 0,69% of the total of Ice Premiers rookies. Of course, the number per se, means nothing. Let’s just compare it with Ice Hockey 2014-15. There were 53,516 Ice Premiers rookie cards, which means 17,838 boxes produced. This means you get around one Ice Premiers Level 1 at every 54 boxes, or, if you want, one at every 3 cases. Also, the total of rookies Ice Premiers Level 1 represent 1,84% of the total of Ice Premiers rookies.

    In a nutshell, while the number of Ice Premiers Level 1 remained the same for both seasons, 990 (10 players /#99) and the number of Ice Premiers per box also remained the same (3/box), the number of total Ice Premiers rookies increased almost 3 times this seasons compared to 2014-15. This means the product got diluted, as almost all the products this season. You get three times less chances to hit a Level 1 compared to last year. Most probably you’ll get stuck with a worthless rookie card numbered on 1999. Why would you even number a card on 1999 anyways? Besides that, not only they increased the number of rookie players, but also they increased the serial numbers for every level, except level 1. Even level 2, this season is #/499, while last season it was #/249. A Noah Hanifin #/499 will sell for 3$-4$, and that’s level 2. So yes, the product is awesome, I love it, and if they would have kept the last season number of boxes and rookies, it would have been the product of the year, but with the overproduction, I’m afraid is a huge loss of money. That being said, a McDavid or an Eichel will worth a small fortune I believe.

  9. When you release a checklist, you might want to get someone to double check it before releasing it. For example, you list cards FF-DK, FF-TS, GG-AP, GG-NH, SS-NL, ERS-BM and ESRP-AP without player names next to them.

    Guessing:
    AP = Artemi Panarin.
    NH = Noah Hanifin or Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
    DK = David Krejci
    TS = Teemu Selanne
    NL = Nicklas Lidstrom
    BM = Bryan Marchment or Brock McGinn

  10. Dana » Hi Dana, I apologize for any confusion. We double-check everything we post. The reason those were not included in the main listing is because they are only found in the parallels. However, I understand that initials are not clear as to the player in question and it has been fixed.

  11. TS Boutique’s math is a little off based on my calculations:

    Ice Premieres: 132,900
    Boxes Produced: 44,300
    Cases Produced Approx: 2768
    /99 Ice Premieres Approx: 1 out of 44-45 boxes
    /99 Ice Premieres Approx: 1 every 3 cases
    /99 Connor McDavid Ice Premieres approx: 1 every 28 cases

    Anyone thinking of joining group breaks and paying $300+ for Edmonton might want to rethink their purchase and let the other idiots buy spots and come away with Slepyshev/Khaira/Musil ICe Premieres.

    Of course there are 20+ other Connor cards especially the Ice Premieres Auto Patch /10 which will show up 1 in every 277 cases. Good luck everyone.

  12. *Dana

    It’s T.C., not TS Boutique :)

    You’re right, my mistake. I was dead tired when I did the maths. You’re also right about the odds to find an Ice Premier Level 1 in a box. I forgot to divide by 3, since there are 3 per box. My number 144/3 means you will get one every 44-45 boxes, as you said. Again, my mistake!

    That being said, it changes nothing regarding the validity of my final conclusion. Since I also forgot to divide by 3 the number of total boxes for the season 2014-15, this year product is 3 times more diluted than the one from the last year. The last year you could get one Level 1 per case. I bought 2 cases and I pulled Gaudreau and Teravainen. All in all, sorry for the maths, but my conclusion was right.

    Also, don’t be so harsh on the guys here. They do a wonderful job, and I believe we can live with some minor faults, especially that they put online for us hundreds of checklists. Also, seeing how you dealt with the maths and corrected me, you’re very bright. I’m sure you figured out that ERS-BM is Brock McGinn, since in the list of players for that specific set there’s no Brad Marchand. Same goes for GG-NH, where there’s no Nugent-Hopkins, and for the others as well.

  13. Apologies about the TS and T.C. mistake. Also didn’t mean to offend the staff (as they really do a great job) as this is my go to place when checking out checklists.

    Also want to point out, when we are referring to cases, we mean Master Case not Inner Case so people joining 8 Box Inners will have to adjust odds (it gets worse).

  14. Dana » No offense taken. We try our best to always provide timely and accurate information. We are proud to be a free resource for collectors and never want to give confusing or incorrect info.

  15. Dana, you forgot that “retro” ice premiers are included in the 3 premiers that you get so the number for boxes go up.

    We are talking about 6300 + cases here

    But only suckers buy boxes anyway… especially Canadians…

    McDavid is overrated and his stuff will drop 70% the next few years…

    The rookie class is really weak overall

    Plus I’d rather have Ultimate /99 than Ice /99 for cheaper

  16. I do not agree with the statement that this is an overrated rookie crop. I also think McDavid is the real deal. However, this Ice is melted, watered down garbage. Way to much filler. way to much crap memorabilia. Exquisite addition was nice, but far from strong enough to save this product. SPX, Sp Game Used, Contours, Ice…..terrible products in a year UD could have shined

  17. *Jakub

    The Rookie class is really weak? Jesus mate, if this year is really weak, what can we say about last year? Or two years ago? Anyhow, everyone is entitled to its own opinion, I’m just wondering why you’re saying this is a REALLY weak crop.

    In the end, I don’t know if the reality confirms our predictions made here on the forum.

    I opened 3 cases, which means 48 boxes. That means I should have pulled 144 Ice Premiers Rookies. I pulled 173 Ice Premiers, 26 Ice Premiers Retro, 21 Ice Premiers Auto and 1 Ice Premiers Variation Patch. Even if we consider only the base Ice Premiers, it still means the ratio is 3.6/box. If we take into account the Retro too, it means 4.15/box. Also, the conclusion about the Level 1 Ice Premiers proved to be wrong too. I’m not saying the maths were, I’m saying the reality was different from our predictions, since I pulled 3 Level 1: Bennett, Domi and Panarin. This means 1 per case, exactly like the last year. If I count the Retros where I pulled McDavid, it means 4 per 3 cases. Did I got crazy lucky or is there really at least one Level 1 per case? Anyone else?

  18. Some interesting comments above.
    My thoughts:
    1. This is a great product with a great design but watered down and overpriced this year, no doubt about it. But, compared to SPx, that Contours crap, and Trilogy this stuff is actually better value.
    2. McDavid overrated? No chance. Is his stuff currently overpriced? Yes. Will it drop 70%? No. Irony is that its all the guys refusing to buy boxes chasing the McDavids on eBay driving up the prices.
    3. Ice premieres /99 maintain value like crazy, ultimate /99 doesn’t even compare historically. But, this year a short print rookie premiere is astronomically hard to hit. I can’t even imagine the odds on hitting a Rookie Premiere Patch /10 (which have been, and will always continue to be money in the bank).

  19. *T.C. Boutique
    Yes you probably got lucky.. Or I was not lucky? Open a case and didn’t get anything. Even if I didn’t pull anything worth it, the cards look good and the product is one of my favorite this year ( not too hard to beat SPX and SP game used..)

  20. *T.C. Boutique
    “Did I get…” not “Did I got…” Sorry about that.

    * Mark M

    Excellent comment. I totally agree with you.

    This is my favourite collection in terms of design and structure. This year is overpriced and watered down, yes, for sure. But I still rate it a 3 stars. Cards look splendid. Quality is very good. The patches are nice. The rookies are numerous.

    * Mathieu

    Yes mate, indeed, it’s not hard at all to beat those horrible, horrible collections: SPx, SP Game Used and most of all, Contours. Boy, that was a bad product.

    In conclusion, keeping in mind the crap UD offered us this year on a silver plate, I’d say Ice is way above the average.

  21. I agree ice is a decent product.but why is it so expensive??? spa will be cheaper to buy and 3 hard signed autos.spa should be the product of the year

  22. Nice cards!

    But….for 150$ I need more than some McJesus, sorry, McDavid-Cards. The #1999 and #1499 Ice Premiers are not worth the money.

    A typical product for group-breaks, Edmonton for 300+$ (Connor-Hunter) and 200+ for Detroit, the rest for around 15-20$ for an inner case.

    Give it a reason why the Vancouver Canucks are so overweight in this product?

  23. Upper Deck took a great product for last year and made it so watered down with nobody rookies numbered to 1999 or is it 19,999? Hard to give it two star product. Broke an inner case of 8 boxes and bought two more, thinking it had to get better, it didn’t. I did not get a single Ice Premiers rookie under 999 for the entire break, not even one numbered to 499! Autos were low tiered rookies, no patches of any kind, every dime sized if that jersey swatch was a dull one color swatch. Myy case hit was a Bobby Ryan auto numbered to 15, which was not a big deal. Last year, this was my product of the year, this year below average to maybe avoid like the plaque.

  24. Good discussion about this product. I agree with a lot of your guys’ comments.

    If the print run on this product was similar to last years (i.e. level 5 rookies /999) with one level one rookie /99 per master case this product would be an absolute smash hit given the quality of the rookie class. I would venture to say most people would even be comfortable paying more per box. Take note Upper Deck…

  25. After leaving the hobby in the 90s due to over production it’s clear that nothing has really changed, other than they’re jut overproducing by splitting card production into many different redundant products. If all these jersey/patch cards are in fact authentic then some of these players must have worn 20 jerseys per game.

  26. *DaBomb

    Mate, that’s the trick. These jerseys and patches are not games-used materials. They are event used, which means used in autograph sessions, photo shootings, etc. There are hundreds of them for every player :) Some collections, SP Games Used for example, put game used jerseys and patches.

  27. Have opened:
    2 9 box cases of trilogy
    2 10 box cases of sp game used
    18 boxes of spx
    12 boxes of ice – 1 8 box case and 4 random boxes
    Spx is by far the worst – just one example- pulled a blank redemption card. Yup, blank. No sticker. Still dealing with the headache 2 months later….
    Sp game used – always exciting anticipation. And pretty much always major disappointment. Did pull an inked sweaters mcdavid redemption though. But still, overall, prob most gut wrenching series of the lot. So. Much. Allstar crap.
    Trilogy – prob most “fun” overall. Until you realize you have 6 Hartman level 1 autos…..did pull the most mcdavids, larkins, and panarins here though. Also scored major gretzky patch hit, mcjesus signature pucks, auto /499, 4 level 1 /999, 3 level 1 /399, basically loads of decent to better rookies. Also loads of crap rookies.
    As for ice-
    Millions of /1999 absolute crap
    2 /999 – Brock McGinn!!!! Crap
    4 /499 ice premieres – no one good
    5 retros – including 2 nick Ritchie……again, no one good.
    3 /499 autos – nick cousins being the big one…..
    2 signature swatches – Turris and ehlers
    1 rinkside signing – Sergei Bobrovsky (joy)
    2 Jared McCann exquisite (joy times 2)
    1 sprong spectrum exquisite
    1 sam bennett spectrum exquisite
    Biggest hit was prob lemieux /15 frozen fabrics red patch. No mcdavid. At all. Zero. No larkin. No panarin. So kinda bust that way. But millions of ice premieres /1999. Which is ridiculous.

    But I must say, I do like the cards. And the exquisite is always fun. Kind of……
    Basically ice is ok, but like it all, about $50-60 too expensive. Per box.
    I don’t think I’ll even bother with SPA.
    It’s fun.
    But somehow always feel kinda like UD is the mafia. And we’re making them so much money for, really, very little in return.
    Seriously, just pull a damaged (and heaven forbid – an awesome card) card and see how quickly you will see this all for what it really is. UD have a monopoly and they are laughing all the way to the bank.

    Fun nonetheless though

  28. Sorry, I did also pull
    1 level 1 premieres /99 ehlers which would be up there for case hit, and indeed, it is a nice hit for sure.
    Still stand by my previous summary :)
    Too expensive. Too, way too, much filler.
    But fun if you’re ok with wasting a grand. Or two.

  29. More UD CRAP, was really looking forward ICE this year, but they have watered it down so much with just more filler crap. 4 Case on not 1 RC/99 and best McJesus i got was a /399 Exquisite. Plain junk, i really need to start reading a trusting reviews on this product before buying a few cases after its release :(

  30. This is my favorite product of ud of all time. I usually will open 1-2 cases a year. Until now!!!!! After doing a random group break and watching basically nothing get nice get pulled other than a bennett retro /149 and a lot of crappy autos I noticed how watered down this year is. I had pre ordered a 8 box case and didn’t want to screw my local card shop as I have good relations with them. I pulled a Malkin auto jersey and a whole lot of nothing RCs and autos . With the price point way up from other years and less chance at hitting good cards. I would advise staying away. This is the nicest looking product they have released but too much money for nothing unless you hit mcdavid. I have now cancelled my sp authentic case and cup case I pre ordered. I’m sick and tired of giving upperdeck my hard earned money for nothing. I will now save tens of thousands of dollars and just buy the cards I want which will be cheap cause I’m not collecting mcdavid (if I even do that) I hope someone from upperdeck reads these comments and tried to fix the problem they have created. As a customer I want upperdeck to tell me why I should spend my hard earned money on there products.
    My issues are
    1-products are way too much money for what you get. Contours is a perfect example my local card shop is selling at less than cost cause there sitting on 50+ cases
    2_ more redemptions than I’ve ever seen which in 2 years they won’t honor them and just do what with the tons of extra cards who knows?? Maybe another buy back product and they don’t care. Start honoring all redemptions. If you can’t get them in don’t put out the product. Atleast panini has said they are honoring all redemptions.
    3 all products are so watered down getting a good hit is basically impossible.
    4 most products are now based around group breakers, who can really afford to spend 2-600 bucks a box for 4-8 cards. And pull crap.
    5- upperdeck customer service is really really bad. Train your employees to treat your customers with respect and have answers not just give us the run around . We the hobby collectors are the ones keeping you in business but for how long who knows. I was told by there great customer service we don’t honor expired redemptions and never have . But if you simply go on you tube you can watch videos of people who they have help customers out and sent a replacement. If you honor 1 customers you should honor them all.

    Basically here’s my break down. I’ve been collecting upperdeck since they came out in 1991. Spent over 200000 dollars on there hockey products since then and this is basically it’s the last strAw for me. It’s a shame now with a son who loves hockey I refuse to spend any time or money buying there products anymore. I’ve now realized I’m not the only one thinking this way it’s 80-90% of hobby collectors. If they don’t do something to fix the issues and start listening to what people are saying and complaing about you won’t be around much longer. This exclusive licence has allowed upperdeck to do what ever they want sounds like a monopoly. I hope the nhlpa steps in and reads people’s comments.
    Until upperdeck either gets it together or tells me why I should give them my hard earned money I will wait till Panini comes back and will move my hobby to more game used jerseys,sticks, and other. Which is a shame cause it helps bond me and my son together cracking packs and boxes. It was a great hobby. I did give 2 stars on this product cause the design is good.

  31. I’m a big time wax collector, I think the addition of exquisite to this product makes the product better. before with ice all you were hoping for was the 99 star rookies, which wer very hard to pull. in my open if you got a mediocre case of this years ice versus a mediocre case of last years ice you probably took the same monetary hit.

    in any event I pened probably 20 boxes of ice starting with a case and then three or four at other times. the case was horrible no 99 no great exquisites probably best card was rinkside signing and superb rookie scripts of non exciting players.

    but I didn’t quit breaking wax thank god. the next twelve boxes yielded the big one mcdavid rookie ice to 99, mcdavid superb scripts auto, mcdavid exquisite rookie auto, mcdavid rookie, larkin superb scripts auto but was a redemption, fabbri gold spectrum rookie exquisite patch auto and a Lemieux material auto.

    you have to decide if the product can produce big hits and the ice 99 rookies are always big hits — if so you have to keep cracking wax even if the first crack was bad.

    I hate when people whine about the product — you all know that unless you hit the big one youre going to lose money but you crack wax for the gamble and the rush you get when you hit the big one — the big ones are always far and few between

  32. Dave’s reply above is 100% on target.
    Sums up exactly what me sense is as well.
    And the whole thing about US stores not being able to ship to canada (and vice versa) for 1 calendar year is absolute nonsense. And, I would add, absolutely illegal if anyone had the $$ to bring a federal anti-competition (collusion I believe is the term…) case against them. Class action suit anyone.
    I kid of course….kind of.

  33. I agree 100% with Damone. I actually do not buy cases anymore because I get much better pulls when I buy individual boxes. I have had great luck pulling high end cards from this set and every other set except series 2. As far as not having your kid collect cards because you are not pulling high value cards is crazy. The point of this hobby is to collect players and or teams you like and not even think about the value. Who cares about the value! As long as you are not collecting them for a living, just be wary about how many boxes you purchase, especially at this price. I do agree that the prices have gotten a little out of control, especially for kids who want to collect. It should be fun, not stressful. Especially when a parent wants to collect with there kid. Compared to what some other sets where selling for per box compared to this set, at $130 a box I think was the best bang for your buck. Best of luck if you decide to make future purchases!

  34. I used to love Ice. I have purchased an enormous amount of UD product this year and Ice by far had the most terrible return. I opened 3 master cases and would be lucky to have 20% value of what I paid. It is so watered down I don’t know where to start. In two of the cases (next to each other on a pallet) I got almost identical cards. Both were terrible. The third case has better cards than the first two combine but was still not enough to salvage anything.

    Upper deck you need to stop mass printing cards. You’ve watered down things to the point that breaking even on a box has about the same odds as winning the lottery. At least in the past you came away with something.

    I really want to support this company. I love busting cards but I might as well burn 80% of my disposable income in a bonfire. Terrible terrible value.

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