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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- 2011-2012 Hockey Cards
Boasting the company’s biggest hockey checklist until the 1990s, 1975-76 Topps Hockey has a deceptively simple design. Key rookies include Pierre Larouche, Clark Gillies and Ron Greschner.
Led by a Wayne Gretzky rookie card, 1979-80 Topps Hockey will always have a special place for hockey card collectors. Although not quite as desirable as its 1979-80 O-Pee-Chee cousin, the blue design is a hobby classic.
As hockey launched its Expansion Era, 1967-68 Topps Hockey marked the final release to include only Original Six teams. The 132-card set includes rookies of Rogie Vachon, Glen Sather and Jacques Lemaire.
1962-63 Topps Hockey marks the first time they made a hockey set without white borders. Focusing on the Rangers, Bruins and Blackhawks, key rookies include Vic Hadfield and Jim Nielson.
Focusing on the Blackhawks, Rangers and Bruins, 1961-62 Topps Hockey is a 66-card set. Key rookie cards include Rod Gilbert and Jean Ratelle.
Celebrating the history of the Philadelphia Flyers, 2011-12 In the Game Broad Street Boys has six hits in every single-pack box. Collectors can look for team-focused autographs and game-used memorabilia cards from all of the franchise’s eras.
2011-12 Panini Rookie Anthology Hockey has both new rookie cards and updated Rookie Silhouettes and Limited Phenoms autographs. Every box comes with an autographed dual-memorabilia rookie, another autograph and two memorabilia cards.
2011-12 Panini Titanium Hockey boasts either an autograph or memorabilia card per pack. Rookie cards are extremely tough, limited to the featured player’s jersey number.
2011-12 Panini Contenders Hockey puts a huge emphasis on autographs. Falling three or four per box, collectors can look for signatures from a broad mix of rookie, veteran and retired players. Book cards offer up to six autographs.
2011-12 SPx Hockey sees the brand stick with its popular format of one autographed jersey rookie card per box. Each box is also bolstered by a pair of dual memorabilia cards.
2011-12 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey keeps the popular base set formula including short printed Young Guns rookie cards. Game-used jerseys fall two per box while autographs are just one per case.
2011-12 In the Game Between the Pipes info, checklist, reviews, boxes for sale and more. Celebrating its tenth year, the goalies-only release includes several multi-swatch game-used memorabilia cards. The set honors great and overlooked netminders of the past, present and future.
2011-12 Eltie Hockey sees the resurrection of the brand as a full released after an absence of more than a decade. Boxes promise at least three hits, including one rookie autograph variation.
2011-12 SP Game Used Hockey promises either a memorabilia or autograph card and a rookie card in every pack. High-end inserts include 500 Goal Marks and Supreme Pads, which feature jumbo goalie pad swatches.
2011-12 In the Game Captain-C Hockey honors some of the sports greatest leaders. Mixing past and present stars, boxes come with a total of five autographs and game-used memorabilia cards.
2011-12 Crown Royale Hockey aims for a regal, high-end feel. The release is highlighted by Rookie Silhouettes that feature on-card autographs and an embedded swatch. Every four-pack box comes with two autographs and two memorabilia cards.
2011-12 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey cards details, card gallery, highlights and other information. The set is bursting with rookie cards, offering six Young Guns per box as well as updates for Victory, O-Pee-Chee and MVP.
2011-12 In the Game Heroes & Prospects Hockey mixes the sport’s young stars with some of the game’s greats. Boxes are brimming with value, promising at least two autographs and two memorabilia cards.
Never before has there been a hockey card set like 2011-12 In the Game Enforcers Hockey. With hard-hitting content that focuses entirely on the NHL’s tough guys, boxes promise five autographs and two game-used memorabilia cards.
One of the first high-end sets of the new season, 2011-12 Panini Limited Hockey promises three hits in every single-pack box. Highlights include autographed Phenoms rookie cards and High Numbers base cards limited to 99 copies.