Hockey Card Sets
Browse our database of hockey card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and hockey card price comparisons.
- 1910-1919 Hockey Cards
- 1920-1929 Hockey Cards
- 1930-1939 Hockey Cards
- 1940-1949 Hockey Cards
- 1950-1959 Hockey Cards
- 1960-1969 Hockey Cards
- 1970-1979 Hockey Cards
- 1980-1989 Hockey Cards
- 1990-1999 Hockey Cards
- 2008-2009 Hockey Cards
- 2009-2010 Hockey Cards
- 2010-2011 Hockey Cards
Although they’re not worth a lot due to overproduction, 1989-90 O-Pee-Chee Hockey is an otherwise strong set. The rookie crop includes Hall of Famers Joe Sakic and Brian Leetch as well as Theo Fleury and Trevor Linden.
2014-15 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey carries on where the first set left off. Hobby boxes have six Young Guns rookie cards with Jonathan Drouin and Andre Burakovsky among the available players.
2014-15 In the Game Ultimate Hockey marks the return of the venerable brand, although it’s the first one done in partnership with Leaf. Every pack includes both an autograph and a memorabilia card.
2014-15 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey marks the card maker’s 25th anniversary on the ice. Highlights include Young Guns rookie cards, die-cut acetate inserts and stamped buybacks.
2014 Upper Deck 25th Anniversary Young Guns Tribute Hockey cards are exclusive to the 2014 Toronto Fall Expo. Get full details on the cards and autographs that pay homage to the 1990-91 Upper Deck design.
2014 Canada Post NHL Original Six Stamp Sheets technically aren’t called hockey cards, but they might as well be. Get complete details on the lineup that includes randomly inserted autographs from Bobby Orr and more.
2014-15 O-Pee-Chee Hockey is highlighted by the sport’s biggest base set of the season. Inserts include a mix of parallels, nostalgic basic inserts, autographs and the final installment of Team Patch Logo cards.
2013-14 Upper Deck The Cup Hockey marks the end of the year’s double-rookie crop. As with past years, the focus in on low-numbered cards, most of which have autographs or premium memorabilia swatches.
2014 Upper Deck Team Canada Juniors is the most comprehensive look at the youngsters of Canada’s national program. Boxes include six total autographs, memorabilia cards and printing plates.
2014-15 SPx Hockey brings some flash to go with a handful of promised hits. Every box has four total autographs, memorabilia cards or premium inserts.
2014-15 Fleer Ultra Hockey sees the return of the one-time premium brand as a standalone release. Rather than autographs and hits, the product focuses more on nostalgia and traditional inserts with big designs.
One of the most popular sets of it era, 1990-91 O-Pee-Chee Premier Hockey is highlighted by a loaded checklist. Rookies include Jaromir Jagr, Mats Sundin, Sergei Fedorov and Mike Modano.
2014-15 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey focuses heavily on memorabilia cards, specifically multi-swatch cards. Hobby boxes have three of them as well as one autograph.
2014-15 Upper Deck Overtime Hockey promo cards return for another season, bigger than ever. The set offers an incentive to dealers and collectors ordering boxes of select 2014-15 Upper Deck hockey products.
2014-15 SP Game Used Hockey features a virtually all-hits lineup. Boxes come with one pack of five cards. All except extremely rare base cards are either an autograph or memorabilia card.
2014-15 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey brings back three levels of rookie cards along with some distinct autograph and insert designs. Boxes have at least three hits including two autographs.
2013-14 Panini Prime Hockey sees the return of several unique memorabilia offerings. Each high-end box has five hits including a Prime Rookies Quad Autograph.
2013-14 Panini National Treasures Hockey closes out the card maker’s NHL license in super high-end fashion. Boxes have five hits including an autographed patch rookie card.
2014-15 Panini NHL Stickers offer a simple way for new and young collectors to get into the hobby. The comprehensive checklist covers every team.
2013-14 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Hockey returns with its familiar mix of high-end hits. Every four-card box promises a rookie card, an autograph, and either a memorabilia card or another signed card.