2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Cards

2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Cards

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Prominently featuring rookies, 2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey continues its focus on threes. Hobby boxes promise two autographs, one memorabilia card and an extra hit.

The main set in UD Trilogy is headlined by the three rookie card tiers. Each rookie has Common (#/999), Uncommon Autograph (#/499) and Rare Inscribed Autograph (#/49) options. There are also Triple Rookie Autographs, numbered to 25. In addition, the rookie options contain several parallels that vary in print run by the level. This includes Blue, Black, Patch and Tag parallels. For select rookies, collectors can also find limited Rainbow Foil Relic variations.

Traditional base cards include 100 regular versions as well as Relic Variations that carry themes like Career Stats, Debut Year and Single-Season Stats. Each of these are numbered to significant year, milestone number or stat that is specific to the player.

Among the more premium autograph choices, Signature Pucks  (1:14 packs) feature signatures directly on puck pieces and offer Retro Logo (#/16) and NHL Shield Logo (#/3) parallels. Dual Signature Pucks double the autographs and Ice Scripts also return.

One of the more unique inserts, Tryptichs are back after their debut in 2014-15. The set revolves around card trios that fit together and include autographs or relic pieces.

2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Tryptichs

Release Date: 1/13/2016
Product Configuration: 4 cards per pack, 8 packs per box, 18 boxes per case
Price Point: Mid- to High-End Hockey Card
Target Audience: Autograph Collectors, Rookie Collectors

2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Rookie Autograph
  • 1 Premium Autograph (Signature Pucks, Ice Scripts, Tryptich or Rare Rookie Autos)
  • 1 Memorabilia Card
  • 1 Additional Autograph or Memorabilia Card
  • 4 Numbered Cards
  • 32 Total Cards

UPPER DECK 2015-16 TRILOGY FACTORY SEALED HOCKEY HOBBY BOX $121.00
2015 16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Hobby Box $136.95
2015-16 UPPER DECK TRILOGY HOCKEY UNOPENED HOBBY BOX FROM SEALED CASE $139.95

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2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Blue Rainbow Foil 136 Oscar Lindberg Auto Hockey Card
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2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Blue Rainbow Foil 136 Oscar Lindberg Auto Hockey Card
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Set Checklist

2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

100 cards
All subjects not found in each parallel. View the full spreadsheet for specific print runs.
2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Base Rainbow Foil Black Patch Relic

1 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
2 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
3 Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks
4 Shane Doan - Arizona Coyotes
5 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
6 Mikkel Boedker - Arizona Coyotes
7 Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins
8 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
9 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
10 Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres
11 Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres
12 Matt Moulson - Buffalo Sabres
13 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
14 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
15 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
16 Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
17 Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes
18 Elias Lindholm - Carolina Hurricanes
19 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
20 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
21 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
22 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
23 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
24 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche
25 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
26 Brandon Dubinsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
27 Scott Hartnell - Columbus Blue Jackets
28 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
29 Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars
30 Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars
31 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
32 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
33 Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings
34 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers
35 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
36 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
37 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
38 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
39 Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
40 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
41 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
42 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
43 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
44 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
45 Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild
46 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
47 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
48 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
49 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
50 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
51 Calle Jarnkrok - Nashville Predators
52 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
53 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
54 Michael Cammalleri - New Jersey Devils
55 John Tavares - New York Islanders
56 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders
57 Ryan Strome - New York Islanders
58 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
59 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
60 Mats Zuccarello - New York Rangers
61 Mika Zibanejad - Ottawa Senators
62 Craig Anderson - Ottawa Senators
63 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
64 Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers
65 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
66 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
67 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
68 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
69 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
70 Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
71 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
72 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
73 Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues
74 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
75 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
76 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
77 Ben Bishop - Tampa Bay Lightning
78 Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
79 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
80 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
81 Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs
82 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
83 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
84 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
85 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
86 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
87 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
88 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
89 Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg Jets
90 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
91 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
92 Felix Potvin - Toronto Maple Leafs
93 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
94 Glenn Hall - Chicago Blackhawks
95 Martin Brodeur - St. Louis Blues
96 Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins
97 Mike Liut - St. Louis Blues
98 Patrick Roy - Colorado Avalanche
99 Brett Hull - Detroit Red Wings
100 Wayne Gretzky - All Star Team

Rookie Premieres Set Checklist

33 cards. #/999.
PARALLEL CARDS: Rainbow Foil Green Jersey #/599, Rainbow Foil Blue #/399, Rainbow Foil Black #/49
All subjects not found in each parallel. View the full spreadsheet for specific print runs.
2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Rookie Premieres Jersey Eichel

101 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
102 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
103 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
104 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
105 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
106 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
107 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
108 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
109 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
110 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
111 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
112 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
113 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
114 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
115 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
116 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
117 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
118 Kyle Baun - Chicago Blackhawks
119 Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning
120 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
121 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
122 Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets
123 Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars
124 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
125 Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks
126 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
127 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
128 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
129 Anthony Stolarz - Philadelphia Flyers
130 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
131 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
132 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
133 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres

Uncommon Autograph Rookies Set Checklist

33 cards. #/499. *Card #166 (Eichel) is not signed.*
PARALLEL CARDS: Rainbow Foil Black #/209 or less, Rainbow Foil Blue #/199, Rainbow Foil Green Patches #/35 (Not Signed)
All subjects not found in each parallel. View the full spreadsheet for specific print runs.
2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Rookie Premieres Uncommon Autograph McDavid

134 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
135 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
136 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
137 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
138 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
139 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
140 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
141 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
142 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
143 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
144 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
145 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
146 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
147 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
148 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
149 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
150 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
151 Kyle Baun - Chicago Blackhawks
152 Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning
153 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
154 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
155 Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets
156 Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars
157 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
158 Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks
159 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
160 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
161 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
162 Anthony Stolarz - Philadelphia Flyers
163 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
164 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
165 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
166 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres*

Rare Autograph Rookies Set Checklist

33 cards. #/49. *Card #166 (Eichel) is not signed.*
PARALLEL CARDS: Rainbow Foil Blue #/97 or less (jersey #), Rainbow Foil Green Tags #/5 (Not Signed), Rainbow Foil Black #/3
All subjects not found in each parallel. View the full spreadsheet for specific print runs.

167 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
168 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
169 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
170 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
171 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
172 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
173 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
174 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
175 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
176 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
177 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
178 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
179 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
180 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
181 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
182 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
183 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
184 Kyle Baun - Chicago Blackhawks
185 Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning
186 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
187 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
188 Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets
189 Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars
190 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
191 Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks
192 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
193 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
194 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
195 Anthony Stolarz - Philadelphia Flyers
196 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
197 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
198 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
199 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres*

Triple Autograph Rookie Set Checklist

1 card. #/25
PARALLEL CARD: Rainbow Foil Blue #/5, Rainbow Foil Green Tag #/3, Rainbow Foil Black 1/1
200 Connor McDavid/Dylan Larkin/Max Domi - Edmonton/Detroit/Arizona

Ice Scripts Set Checklist

36 cards. Specific group odds noted below
Overall odds - 1:48 packs.

IS-AK Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings - C 1:732
IS-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals - A 1:837
IS-BG Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens - D 1:121
IS-BO Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins - A 1:837
IS-BS Brandon Saad - Chicago Blackhawks - D 1:121
IS-CC Chris Chelios - Chicago Blackhawks - B 1:371
IS-CK Chris Kreider - New York Rangers - D 1:121
IS-CM Connor McDavid - , Team Canada - D 1:121
IS-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens - B 1:371
IS-DP Derrick Pouliot - Pittsburgh Penguins - E 1:209
IS-DS Darryl Sittler - Toronto Maple Leafs - B 1:371
IS-GL Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche - D 1:121
IS-JB Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs - C 1:732
IS-JJ Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers - A 1:837
IS-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks - B 1:371
IS-JR James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs - D 1:121
IS-JT John Tavares - New York Islanders - C 1:732
IS-JV Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers - C 1:732
IS-KT Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators - D 1:121
IS-MG Mike Gartner - Washington Capitals - D 1:121
IS-ML Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins - A 1:837
IS-MN Markus Naslund - Vancouver Canucks - D 1:121
IS-MS Mats Sundin - Toronto Maple Leafs - A 1:837
IS-NB Nick Bjugstad - Florida Panthers - E 1:209
IS-PD Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings - B 1:371
IS-PM Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks - A 1:837
IS-RB Rob Blake - Los Angeles Kings - B 1:371
IS-RJ Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets - D 1:121
IS-RN Rick Nash - New York Rangers - B 1:371
IS-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins - A 1:837
IS-SP Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars - B 1:371
IS-SU Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins - E 1:209
IS-SY Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings - A 1:837
IS-TH Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers - D 1:121
IS-TJ Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning - E 1:209
IS-WG Wayne Gretzky - St. Louis Blues - B 1:371

Signature Pucks - Primary Logos Set Checklist

76 cards. Specific group odds noted below
Overall odds - 1:14
PARALLEL CARDS: Retro Logos #/16 (No SP-ZG), Shield Logos #/3 (No SP-ZG)
2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Signature Pucks McDavid

SP-AD Anthony Duclair - Arizona Coyotes - B 1:147
SP-AE Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers - B 1:147
SP-AI Arturs Irbe - Carolina Hurricanes - C 1:156
SP-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals - B 1:147
SP-AV Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning - F 1:48
SP-BB Ben Bishop - Tampa Bay Lightning - E 1:70
SP-BE Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs - C 1:156
SP-BG Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens - D 1:85
SP-BH Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks - E 1:70
SP-BR Brett Ritchie - Dallas Stars - D 1:85
SP-CC Chris Chelios - Detroit Red Wings - B 1:147
SP-CH Charles Hudon - Montreal Canadiens - F 1:48
SP-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers - C 1:156
SP-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens - B 1:147
SP-CS Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils - C 1:156
SP-DG Doug Gilmour - Calgary Flames - B 1:147
SP-DO Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes - F 1:48
SP-DP Derrick Pouliot - Pittsburgh Penguins - F 1:48
SP-FA Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks - D 1:85
SP-FP Felix Potvin - Los Angeles Kings - D 1:85
SP-GA Mike Gartner - Washington Capitals - D 1:85
SP-GN Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings - B 1:147
SP-JB Jordan Binnington - St. Louis Blues - F 1:48
SP-JI Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche - B 1:147
SP-JK John Klingberg - Dallas Stars - F 1:48
SP-JL Jori Lehtera - St. Louis Blues - E 1:70
SP-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks - C 1:156
SP-JT Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks - B 1:147
SP-JV John Vanbiesbrouck - New York Rangers - C 1:156
SP-KO Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders - B 1:147
SP-KT Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators - F 1:48
SP-KY Keith Yandle - New York Rangers - B 1:147
SP-LD Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers - E 1:70
SP-LE Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins - A 1:2,237
SP-MA Martin Brodeur - St. Louis Blues - B 1:147
SP-MB Martin Biron - Buffalo Sabres - E 1:70
SP-MC Marty McSorley - Edmonton Oilers - D 1:85
SP-MD Marcel Dionne - Los Angeles Kings - C 1:156
SP-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins - B 1:147
SP-MG Mikael Granlund - Minnesota Wild - E 1:70
SP-MK Mike Keane - Montreal Canadiens - D 1:85
SP-ML Mike Liut - Hartford Whalers - E 1:70
SP-MS Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins - F 1:48
SP-MZ Mats Zuccarello - New York Rangers - D 1:85
SP-NB Nick Bjugstad - Florida Panthers - F 1:48
SP-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets - F 1:48
SP-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes - C 1:156
SP-NK Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning - F 1:48
SP-OR Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins - B 1:147
SP-PA David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins - E 1:70
SP-PD Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings - B 1:147
SP-PM Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks - B 1:147
SP-PO Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild - D 1:85
SP-PR Patrick Roy - Colorado Avalanche - A 1:2,237
SP-PS Patrick Sharp - Chicago Blackhawks - B 1:147
SP-RB Rob Blake - Los Angeles Kings - B 1:147
SP-RJ Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets - D 1:85
SP-RK Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks - D 1:85
SP-RM Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks - B 1:147
SP-RN Rick Nash - New York Rangers - B 1:147
SP-RY Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators - C 1:156
SP-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames - E 1:70
SP-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins - A 1:2,237
SP-SE Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers - E 1:70
SP-SL Steve Larmer - Chicago Blackhawks - D 1:85
SP-SR Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres - C 1:156
SP-SV Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche - C 1:156
SP-TA John Tavares - New York Islanders - B 1:147
SP-TB Tom Barrasso - Pittsburgh Penguins - D 1:85
SP-TJ Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning - F 1:48
SP-TK Torey Krug - Boston Bruins - F 1:48
SP-VI Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks - E 1:70
SP-VO Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers - E 1:70
SP-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers - B 1:147
SP-ZG Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres - F 1:48
SP-ZP Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild - B 1:147

Signature Pucks - Draft Logos Set Checklist

1 card. #/21
PARALLEL CARD: Draft Logos Retro #/5

SP-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers

Dual Signature Pucks Primary Logos Set Checklist

13 cards. Specific group odds noted below
Overall odds 1:432 packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Retro Logos #/5, Shield Logos (SP2-GM, SP2-RT, SP2-SN, SP2-TN) 1/1
2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Dual Signature Pucks Gretzky McDavid

SP2-BK Andre Burakovsky/Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals - C 1:573
SP2-FP Marc-Andre Fleury/Carey Price - Team Canada - A 1:4,187
SP2-GM Wayne Gretzky/Connor McDavid - Team Canada - B 1:1,794
SP2-JK Tyler Johnson/Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning - C 1:573
SP2-LM Gabriel Landeskog/Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche - B 1:1,794
SP2-PG Max Pacioretty/Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens - B 1:1,794
SP2-RT Bobby Ryan/Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators - C 1:573
SP2-RW Pekka Rinne/Shea Weber - Nashville Predators - B 1:1,794
SP2-SN Ryan Strome/Brock Nelson - New York Islanders - C 1:573
SP2-SS Joe Sakic/Mats Sundin - Quebec Nordiques - A 1:4,187
SP2-ST Patrick Sharp/Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks - A 1:4,187
SP2-TN Tomas Tatar/Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings - C 1:573
SP2-WR Alexander Wennberg/Kerby Rychel - Columbus Blue Jackets - C 1:573

Tryptichs Set Checklist

99 cards. Serial-numbered
Cards either feature a signature or relic and specifics are noted below.
2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Tryptichs Gretzky

T-BEES1 Cam Neely - Boston Bruins #/ 5 Tag
T-BEES2 Phil Esposito - Boston Bruins #/ 20 Auto
T-BEES3 Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins #/ 15 Glove
T-BOS1 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins #/ 20 Auto
T-BOS2 Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins #/ 40 Auto
T-BOS3 Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins #/ 75 Patch
T-CBH1 Bobby Hull - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 40 Auto
T-CBH2 Glenn Hall - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 50 Jsy
T-CBH3 Tony Esposito - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 40 Auto
T-CGY1 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames #/ 250 Jsy
T-CGY2 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames #/ 200 Jsy
T-CGY3 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames #/ 150 Jsy
T-CHI1 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 200 Jsy
T-CHI2 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 25 Patch
T-CHI3 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 20 Auto
T-COL1 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche #/ 200 Jsy
T-COL2 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche #/ 60 Auto
T-COL3 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche #/ 5 Tag
T-DRAFT1 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche #/ 25 Patch
T-DRAFT2 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers #/ 250 Jsy
T-DRAFT3 Jonathan Drouin - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 80 Auto
T-EDM1 Jari Kurri - Edmonton Oilers #/ 25 Stick
T-EDM2 Glenn Anderson - Edmonton Oilers #/ 40 Auto
T-EDM3 Grant Fuhr - Edmonton Oilers #/ 25 Stick
T-FLY1 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 60 Auto
T-FLY2 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 25 Patch
T-FLY3 Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 250 Jsy
T-GOALIE1 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens #/ 50 Blocker
T-GOALIE2 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings #/ 50 Blocker
T-GOALIE3 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers #/ 10 Blocker
T-GOON1 Marty McSorley - Los Angeles Kings #/ 25 Stick
T-GOON2 Dave Schultz - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 60 Auto
T-GOON3 Wendel Clark - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 50 Stick
T-ISLES1 Bob Bourne - New York Islanders #/ 40 Auto
T-ISLES2 Billy Smith - New York Islanders #/ 25 Patch
T-ISLES3 Mike Bossy - New York Islanders #/ 20 Auto
T-JJ1 Jaromir Jagr - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 50 Patch
T-JJ2 Jaromir Jagr - New York Rangers #/ 25 Stick
T-JJ3 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers #/ 75 Stick
T-LAK1 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings #/ 25 Glove
T-LAK2 Dustin Brown - Los Angeles Kings #/ 25 Glove
T-LAK3 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings #/ 25 Glove
T-MB1 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils #/ 50 Blocker
T-MB2 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils #/ 25 Patch
T-MB3 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils #/ 25 Glove
T-NET1 Terry Sawchuk - Detroit Red Wings #/ 25 Stick
T-NET2 Glenn Hall - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 5 Patch
T-NET3 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens #/ 50 Stick
T-NYI1 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders #/ 25 Patch
T-NYI2 John Tavares - New York Islanders #/ 25 Glove
T-NYI3 Ryan Strome - New York Islanders #/ 250 Jsy
T-OIL1 Nail Yakupov - Edmonton Oilers #/ 50 Patch
T-OIL2 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers #/ 80 Auto
T-OIL3 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers #/ 200 Jsy
T-ON1 Owen Nolan - Quebec Nordiques #/ 25 Patch
T-ON2 Owen Nolan - Quebec Nordiques #/ 60 Auto
T-ON3 Owen Nolan - Quebec Nordiques #/ 150 Jsy
T-PENS1 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 10 Glove
T-PENS2 Tom Barrasso - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 80 Auto
T-PENS3 Paul Coffey - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 15 Patch
T-PHI1 Bobby Clarke - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 60 Auto
T-PHI2 Pelle Lindbergh - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 15 Stick
T-PHI3 Dave Schultz - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 80 Auto
T-RC1-1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC1-2 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC1-3 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC2-1 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC2-2 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC2-3 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC3-1 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC3-2 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators #/ 250 Jsy
T-RC3-3 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets #/ 250 Jsy
T-RUS1 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals #/ 20 Auto
T-RUS2 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 25 Patch
T-RUS3 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings #/ 15 Elbow Pad
T-SC1 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 100 Jsy
T-SC2 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 20 Auto
T-SC3 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 50 Stick
T-STAR1 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins #/ 20 Auto
T-STAR2 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers #/ 20 Auto
T-STAR3 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 60 Auto
T-TBL1 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 150 Jsy
T-TBL2 Jonathan Drouin - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 60 Auto
T-TBL3 Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 50 Patch
T-TML1 Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 150 Jsy
T-TML2 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 60 Auto
T-TML3 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 50 Patch
T-TOR1 Felix Potvin - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 40 Auto
T-TOR2 Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 25 Stick
T-TOR3 Borje Salming - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 40 Auto
T-VAN1 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks #/ 50 Stick
T-VAN2 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks #/ 80 Auto
T-VAN-3 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks #/ 150 Jsy
T-WG1 Wayne Gretzky - Los Angeles Kings #/ 25 Stick
T-WG2 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers #/ 20 Auto
T-WG3 Wayne Gretzky - All Star Team #/ 15 Socks
T-WINGS1 Chris Chelios - Detroit Red Wings #/ 40 Auto
T-WINGS2 Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings #/ 40 Auto
T-WINGS3 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings #/ 20 Auto

Trilogy Update Set Checklist

Overall '14-15 Updates 1:496
2013-14 Signature Pucks Shield Logos SP-JQ Jonathan Quick Los Angeles Kings #/ 3
2014-15 Ice Scripts IS-CG Claude Giroux Philadelphia Flyers Group B 1:594 Auto
2014-15 Ice Scripts IS-PS Patrick Sharp Chicago Blackhawks Group A 1:3,024 Auto
2014-15 Ice Scripts IS-RM Ryan McDonagh New York Rangers Group B 1:594 Auto


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User Reviews

  1. The base set is equilibrated with 3 players for each team and 10 legends, although I guessed I’d say 95% of them in advance. Jamie Benn is missing and there’s Liut again (but to be fair, he’s in Blues uniform, not Whalers anymore). I understand though this is about personal taste and whatever checklist they make, some people will like it, some other won’t. What I don’t really like is the immense number of rookie parallels. This engenders some problems: it mixes up the collectors, you lose track of what rookie has what inserts and parallels, and it dilutes the value of the cards. I understand though this product is called Trilogy and it’s normal to have 3’s everywhere and I see why there are Common, Uncommon, and Rare rookie cards, but again, there are so many of them. Besides the Common Base set is numbered out of 999. It’ll be Artifacts all over again when people didn’t make a difference about the parallel cards and all sold for the same price (I’m not talking about the low numbered signatures of course).

    I know this is a mercantile vision of it but I would like to address once and for all the critics who think Hockey cards and sports cards in general are exclusively a hobby. No, this is not true. Hockey cards are ALSO a business. Sure, a hobby, but a BUSINESS too. If not, UD will simply give them away. Let us not be naive and see them only for collecting purposes. What I’m trying to say is that some people will criticize UD business wise (they’re unhappy with the pulls, they dilute the value of a card by making a tone of inserts, etc.), some other will criticize UD hobby wise (unhappy with the checklist, the design of the cards, the errors in printing etc.). To be honest I always see on forums this continuous criticizing from a side to another. I believe both kind of cards users may coexist and if a seller criticizes a product, it doesn’t mean a collecter can’t love it or vice versa.

    That being said, I will not leave an evaluation yet, since I haven’t seen the actual product. I’ll break some cases and will see then.

    Happy collecting and selling :)

  2. As long as people buy products whether its low or high in price the manufacture/s will be more then happy to keep producing more and more every year as long as there making profits and PROFITS is the magic word. If Upper Deck for example was not making money from all the hockey products it has printed manufactured over the years it would not be here today.

    The real good days for collecting was in the 1970-1980s bought the packs to get gum and they were only 15 cents a pack, hell of inflation in todays world with new packs/boxes going for over $100.00 for 5 cards.

    You are better off buying cards that you want to collect instead of buying boxes, in the long run you loose big money buying wax boxes.

    And when any product comes out where it be sport cards – cell phones – I pads -TV s- lap tops-computers- what do most they run to buy it as if you wont be able to find later. that’s a big No No cause you can always find stuff 6 months later for cheaper price.

  3. lol @ NHL 33…GOOD LUCK FINDING ANY 15-16 PRODUCT CHEAPER DOWN THE ROAD

  4. Actually 33NHL, you’re very wrong about your last statement, especially for the 2015-16 products. The best time to buy most of the products(if not all of them), is on pre-order. Down the road they will either cost more, be sold out, or the cards will have less resale value if you’re trying to recoup some of your costs.

  5. Not actually providing a review of the product because it would be unfair as a guy who doesn’t collect the set, but I will say the set is disappointing for group breaks because sooooo much value is hoarded into a few teams that there’s a ton of teams that have almost no chance of netting you anything of interest at all….

    There’s going to be alot of team selects here where the top teams sell right away and the breakers have to beg people to take the medium teams…people take the smaller teams for the fun of it but even at $15 alot of them are like lighting your money on fire

    I understand group breaking is a tiny part of the hobby but for me personally it’s the only aspect of it that overlaps with Trilogy specifically

  6. did not get the box break breakdown as shown on this page
    missed on the premium autograph
    – 1 Premium Autograph (Signature Pucks, Ice Scripts, Tryptich or Rare Rookie Autos)

    Instead got 2 rookie autos of 499 – none rare

    so if you are expecting to pay a premium price and get a premium auto..
    since there are many more common autos as compared to premium ones…
    you will not get a premium auto in every box break –

    misinforming the masses…..

  7. fluffsta » That was the average box break per information directly from Upper Deck.

  8. I have seen just a couple boxes opened today. The signature Pucks look terrible due to the choice of pen. How these got out of QC I have no idea. The content does not deliver value compared to price, which is always the issue with Trilogy. This year because of Mcdavid, they have taken most other content out of products and this one will suffer huge. Just no value here. This product and Contours are going to be very difficult to watch.

  9. Cracked a mini case and it was awful and worse than last years. Parallels went way too fart this year and how they got to numbers of cards is real dumb. Not worth $170 Canadian a box.

  10. I grabbed an Eichel jersey rc /599 of this product off of ebay. I feel like I got a STEAL seeing that he doesn’t sign in upper deck and I saw some people asking 89.99 for the same card!

  11. After watching many breaks of this product I come to the conclusion that this stuff is boring to open and not worth the money. Many of the jersey cards had chips similar to the infamous Panini chips and all of the autos were on stickers which seems to be the norm now unfortunately. For a high end product autos should be on card ALL THE TIME.

    Forgot to mention that the signature pucks autos ESPECIALLY the ones /16 had smudges which is unacceptable!! QC at Upper Deck is just as bad as Panini.

  12. Sorry, forgot to mention I picked up that Eichel for $19.99 buy it now….it has to be worth atleast double that I would think!

  13. Interesting product but UD totally missed the boat on the autographed pucks. The logos are to big and the ink used makes it almost impossible to see or read the autograph. In my break some of the stickers were not put on the cards straight. Quality control was asleep in this product. I write this and I even hit a couple of nice cards but still only rate it two stars because of the issues with the autographs.

  14. I think this is a great product. I have purchased a total of 5 boxes. Each box had what was promised by upper deck. I didn’t really have any quality issues except for a few memobilia cards had a corner slightly damaged due to the design. I recieved two puck autos and luckly didn’t have a problem with the signatures. It would be nice to see the auto’s hard signed rather than a sticker, it’s more appealing. I paid $100 per box and I got my moneys worth. I do agree that there are too many parallels. If people are paying $130-$170, upperdeck should have inserted a premium auto in each box, especially with only 32 cards per box.

  15. I scored a Jack Eichel Rookie Premieres Level 3 Patch numbered to 35 in an auction on eBay that closed in the middle of the day for $36 and a second Level 3 without patch numbered to 49 for $50.
    I find the jersey and patch cards remind me of the Black Diamond cards with jersey/patches.
    So far the Artifacts cards are my favorites. The highest print run for the rookie redemptions parallels only ran to 399, and there were limited autographs amongst the different parallel levels. I feel like some of the newer sets offer far too many autographs to make them special.

  16. this is a real joke… I have 2 Larkin out of /999 and they’re not even the same size! One of them doesn’t fit in a magnet case!

  17. I give 2.5 stars to this product. I opened 2 hobby cases.

    Checklist – I like the fact that 3 players represent every team. The checklist is well balanced and they inserted 10 old stars, so they did a nice job.

    Design – Very nice design, especially the base cards. I like the circle pattern. I enjoy the Signature Pucks with darker colours. It looks serious and professional. I also love the greenish shades on the rookie cards.

    Quality
    1. Come on UD! The signatures on puck look horrible. I can’t remember which collection had the exact same problem with the colour of the ink used to sign the cards, but this is not the first time they make a mistake about the exact the same issue, which normally indicates they don’t take in consideration the feedback they receive from customers. I don’t know if they do it, but they should pay people just to read the forums, such as this one, and take note of the problems customers complain about.

    2. And also, the same problem in every collection: QUALITY CONTROL. I end up in every collection with a High-End card with chipped/damaged corners or edges. People who buy High-End products care a lot about these things and UD should make sure there are no mistakes on patches such as McDavid. I pulled one #/35 and it had some marks here and there. It’s not a catastrophe, but it’s not professional either. And I’m not even talking about the numerous damaged base cards.

    Innovations
    1. I really like the idea to have Patch and Jersey parallels for the base set.
    2. Also, I really love the Triptychs, which brings in a fun element for collectors : a puzzle. I believe there should be more sets such as this one where people chase after different pieces to complete the entire card. And I’m talking about real patches and jerseys, not the bad joke with Manufactured Patches from Black Diamond. Sure the idea was nice, to collect 6 cards to built the logo, but its application was really lame.

    Notable Pulls – 6 McDavid (2 autos, 2 rookies, 1 patch, 1 jersey), 3 Domi (1 auto, 1 rookie, 1 jersey), 6 Larkin (2 jersey, 2 auto, 2 rookies), 3 Panarin (1 auto, 2 rookies), 4 Eichel (2 rookies, 2 jerseys), 1 Gallagher puck signatures # /3. As you can see I didn’t have any major hit, but I can’t complain either.

    Problems:
    1.There are too many serial numbered parallels. “This engenders some problems: it mixes up the collectors, you lose track of what rookie has what inserts and parallels, and it dilutes the value of the cards. I understand though this product is called Trilogy and it’s normal to have 3s everywhere and I see why there are Common, Uncommon, and Rare rookie cards, but again, there are so many of them. Besides the Common Base set is numbered out of 999. It’ll be Artifacts all over again when people didn’t make a difference about the parallel cards and all sold for the same price (I’m not talking about the low numbered signatures of course)”.
    2. There are way too many rookie autos. They lose a tremendous value because of this, and their quality has to suffer. McDavid’s auto is very ugly and you can see that after making players sign around 1 billion stickers for one collection, they get tired of it and they simply scribble some signs on the card instead of a real signature.
    3. Way too many redemptions. I don’t even remember when’s the last time I had so many redemption in a 2 cases break.
    4. Stickers, stickers, stickers! Ok, I get it, this is a Mid-to-High End product, not a High End, but still. I would like to see some day UD guaranteeing hard signatures for ALL their High-End products and for some of the hits in their Mid-to-High End products (e.g. for all the cards numbered less than 50).
    5. Why put parallels that are numbered higher then the insert?! The Rare Rookie Autos are numbered on 49, but the blue parallel can be numbered on 97.

    Fun Facts – I told my wife before she started to open the cases, that if she finds a signed Eichel card it could worth 15.000$. Poor her. I let her look for the card for the first 4-5 boxes, than I told her the truth :)

  18. This product is stacked with hits that are not even as nice as the base card. They are numbered base cards in my opinion and trash. The jersey cards are small swatches and pretty ugly. The change in product this year is a huge dissipointment from years previous.

  19. Most of the cards do not fit in magnet holders. I do not understand why Upper Deck would cut the cards longer. Does anyone know why? So many of the stickers are not straight as well. I paid 1500 plus tax in Canadian dollars and feel ripped off. I do like the base cards and Tryptychs. Scored a nice Gretzky stick card.
    The Canadian dollar sucks these days and McDavid made everything go up in price.

  20. I finally heard back from Upper Deck about my issues on the 9 boxes of Trilogy that I wasted my money on.
    They would of replaced any cards with crooked stickers on it but they required the receipt and UPC Code from the boxes. I of course threw the boxes our but did have the receipt.
    I sent them the receipt and asked them to call the store that I purchased the boxes from to varify I am a great customer.
    To be honest I would of been happy with some sort of replacement for the Overtime packages that I did not get when purchasing. They said no to that too and now do not reply at this point in time.
    REMEMBER TO KEEP UPC CODES AN RECEIPTS AND MAKE SURE UPPER DECK HEARS ABOUT ALL ISSUES.
    If they ignore you go on their Facebook page, on this site or even write to the NHL so hopefully we can get a plan B on purchasing hockey cards when this contract is up.

  21. This is a total rip off and we (including me) still believe that, maybe, we will get something worth the money we are paying. When you think we are paying an average of $15 a pack to get 4 cards that does not even come close to $5 in Beckett values. Unless you are the lucky winner of a rare hit, Upper Deck is laughing their butt all the way to the bank on most product, including this one. They will kill the business … again. AVOID if you can.

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