2010-11 Crown Royale Hockey’s corny regal themes and card design offer collectors a refreshing departure from the cookie cutter cards of today. After a seven year absence from the ice, Crown feels right at home in the hockey card section.
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27 random Taylor Hall hockey card pictures from 2010-11 SPx, 2010-11 Certified, 2010-11 Limited, 2010-11 Upper Deck, 2010-11 SP Game Used, In the Game, 2010-11 Donruss, 2010-11 Score and more!
2010-11 SPx Hockey returns with simpler card design and unlike past years, isn’t the first product of the year to deliver rookie autographs. Overall, it’s an above average offering that will appeal to hardcore SPx fans.
If you hate 2010-11 O-Pee-Chee Hockey, than you may as well hate Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe and Bobby Orr as well, as this is one of those products that even if you don’t like, you have to respect
Limited Hockey, SP Game Used, Upper Deck Ice Premieres, Young Guns parallels, Certified highlight the top selling Taylor Hall hockey cards from the first half of January. The Oilers freshman skater’s 1/1 Limited NHL Logoman and Upper Deck Young Guns french parallel among the list’s most intriguing cards.
The introduction of the Upper Deck Ice Premieres rookie card to this year’s Black Diamond takes the product to a whole new level in 2010-11. For the most part, the rest of the product remains the same as year’s past outside of a few subtle improvements to the set’s card design.
Donruss’ return to hockey is a triumphant success that offers collectors a substantial amount of cold as ice cards per $60-$70 hobby box. The Rated Rookie won’t beat a Young Gun, but the product as a whole is much deeper than Upper Deck Series One.
2010-11 Score Hockey is a solid product for beginner collectors and kids. In terms of $1 per pack hockey products, Score is a far superior product to Upper Deck’s currently available Victory hockey. The great thing about Score is that it gives kids a chance to collect players like Taylor Hall, P.K. Subban, Jordan Eberle and other big name 2010-11 NHL Rookies.
2010-11 Certified is a thoroughly enjoyable product from top to bottom, it usually takes until Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey to have this much fun. Certified delivers one of the best early season rookie autograph lineups in years highlighted by Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Paajarvi, Seguin, Skinner, Kadri and Subban!
2010-11 Artifacts Hockey is essentially the same early season hockey card offering as in season’s past, the only difference is that this year it faces off against Panini’s 2010-11 Certified Hockey, which is a better product.
Guess the price that different hockey collectibles sold for on eBay. From an original Ice Super Chexx Bubble Hockey Coin-Op Game to a Vintage Satin Montreal Canadiens Starter Jacket, this 10 question quiz will put your eBay eye to ultimate test!
2010-11 Victory is a generic hockey card product that carries a low $1 per pack price point. Kids and budget set builders will probably enjoy the product far more than most collectors. I would recommend holding off for the far superior 2010-11 OPC Hockey, which carries a similar pack price point.
A look at 12 years of card design of the SP Authentic Future Watch Rookie Card. With names like Crosby, Ovechkin, Kane Stamkos, and Tavares, some of the hobby’s best hockey RC’s have been Future Watch Autographs over the years.
Tavares’ Future Watch Auto’s, UD ICE RC’s continue to dominate. The NHL Season may be over, but hockey card season is just heating up.
This years SP Authentic is an extremely high quality product that excels in every facet. The card design is as sharp as ever, the patches hearty, and the 2009-10 NHL Rookie Class fully represented.
John Tavares, Matt Duchene, and the Future Watch Auto dominate first week sales of hockey hobby favorite.
Antti Niemi Future Watch Patch Auto tops the first day sales for the hobby hockey favorite.
Tavares, Duchene, and the 5 rookies who shaped the 2009-10 Hockey Card Season.