Hockey Card Sets
Browse our database of hockey card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and hockey card price comparisons.
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Product Details Product Details Panini brings back the popular and reasonably priced Score Rookie and Traded box set made popular in the early-1990s. Combining the hottest first-year players with some of the bigger names switching teams this past season, 2010-11 Score Rookie and Traded Hockey caps the year for Score’s return to the rink. Each [...]
Panini’s flagship brand hits the ice for a first skate in the hockey sector of the hobby this March. Each box is set to deliver 4 hits, 3 of which are on-card Rookie Ticket autographs and the potential for plenty other cold as ice cards including 1/1 Golden Ticket parallels made from 11 grams of actual gold! 2010-11 Playoff Contenders Hockey is set to release on March 30th with a hobby box price of around $130-$150.
One of the 90′s most beloved brands makes it’s triumphant return to the hobby this April. 2010-11 Pinnacle Hockey promises plenty of old favorites such as Team Pinnacle inserts as well as some intriguing new additions including autographed and memorabilia cards. Each hobby box of 2010-11 Pinnacle will carry a box price of around $80-$90 and delivers 4 hits, 4 Ice Breakers Rookie Cards, 4 Museum Collection Parallels, 1 Artist’s Proof Parallel and 1 Tough Times Insert Card.
2010-11 SP Authentic Hockey’s Future Watch checklist is highlighted by Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, P.K. Subban, Jeff Skinner and a host of the hobby’s hottest hockey rookies. The product delivers 3-4 autographs per hobby box.
2010-11 Upper Deck Series 2 picks up where Series 1 left off, packing 6 Young Guns, 6 20th Anniversary Parallels and 2 hits per $60-$70 hobby box. Other Series 2 highlights include 20th Anniversary Canadian World Jrs. variations, Die-Cut acetate cards, UD Signatures, Rookie Jerseys, Game Jerseys and Victory Update cards. Upper Deck Series 2 is scheduled to release in February of 2011.
2010-11 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey is arguably the best installment of UD Hockey yet. The base set photography perfectly captures the essence of the sport, the Young Guns shine as usual and the addition of the 20th Anniversary Parallels take Series 1 to a whole new level. 2010-11 Upper Deck Series 1 is the type of product that reminds you why you started collecting in the first place.
Crown Royale makes it’s triumphant return to the hobby this March packing plenty of hockey’s biggest names past, present and future into each pack. Crown Royale features a classy and somewhat fancy card design that is sure to please the eye. Each box of 2010-11 Crown Royale will deliver 4 hits and a host of intriguing die-cuts, rookies, relics, and autographs!
Panini’s Limited is a high-end hockey card offering that cuts straight to the hits! Each single pack hobby box will deliver 1 auto, 1 relic, and 1 additional relic or auto. 2010-11 Panini Limited is set to release on December 15th with a box price of around $100.
SPx Hockey returns with plenty of past favorites like Shadow Box case hits, Autographed Rookie Jersey cards, Flashback Fabrics, Winning Materials dual and triple Jersey cards, as well as a few interesting new additions, namely Ice Premiere Rookies.
2010-11 Donruss marks the return of the Rated Rookie to hockey cards for the first time since 1997-98. Early details suggest that Panini will use the Rated Rookie to counter the hobbies most popular low end rookie card series, the Upper Deck Young Guns series, both of which are seeded at a rate of 6 per box.
SP Game Used Hockey is back for another season of memorabilia driven hockey cards. The one hit per pack product will feature several new additions including “Championship Marks”, “Supreme Sticks”, “Famous Faceoffs”, and “Game Gear”. Game Used is set to hit the hobby ice this December.
ITG Heroes and Prospects Update Set features a 50-card base set, 1 Auto, and 1 Memorabilia card.
OPC Premier takes the ice for one final skate this August, Upper Deck announced that this will be the final season for the one of the hobbies most interesting hockey products. Premier is known for it’s unique manufactured patches, quad memorabilia rookie autographs, and it’s unique throwback card design.
One of the hobby’s most popular low-pack price products returns for yet another skate in 2010-11. OPC offers a deep 600-card base set filled with plenty of Rookies & Legends, intriguing parallels, and plenty of old school style that should please any hardcore hockey card collector.
Back are the ever popular Triple and Quad Diamond parallels as well as the 90′s inspired Hardware Heroes insert set. New to the 2010-11 rendition of Black Diamond is the addition of arguably the hobby’s greatest non-autograph rookie card series, the Upper Deck Ice Premiere RC!
Score returns to the ice after over a decade out of the hockey card game. Panini’s version of Score Hockey pays tribute to the first ever score hockey set with it’s card design and original 1990-91 Score on-card buyback autographs. In addition, each box will have a “Hot Rookie” redemption.
With Hot Boxes, High Quality Relics, and the 2010-11 NHL Rookie Class, Panini’s Certified has the makings of an excellent hockey product.
Artifacts is back for another season of intriguing Rookie Redemptions, Relics, and Numbered Cards.
2010-11 Upper Deck Victory Hockey card product details.
2009-10 Upper Deck The Cup Hockey Card Set Details, Reviews, Box Price Comparisons, and Auction Tracker.