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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- 2016-2017 Hockey Cards
2016-17 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey is back on the ice with three hits and one rookie redemption in every box. Gold Aurum inserts are a new, premium hit option.
Led by the Young Guns rookie card for Jack Eichel and the UD Canvas for Connor McDavid, 2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey builds on the first series with more players and several set updates. Each hobby box includes one relic card.
The chromium take on OPC, 2015-16 O-Pee-Chee Platinum Hockey promises one on-card rookie autograph and several inserts and parallels per hobby box.
2015-16 Panini Anthology Hockey marks the end of the Panini hockey line with an all-hit look at the past, present and future of the sport. Each hobby box includes six total hits with at least two autographs.
An early-season favorite, 2016-17 O-Pee-Chee Hockey contains a 660-card base set, multiple inserts and the popular Patches. Each hobby box includes several inserts, short prints, and parallels.
2015-16 Leaf Metal Hockey takes a chromium look at the new NHL season. Boxes feature five autographs and collectors can chase the case-hit Jack Eichel rookie autographs.
2015-16 Upper Deck Contours Hockey is new hit-per-pack NHL product that promises four autographs or relics in each box. In addition to a focus on rookies, there are also celebrity-based autograph inserts.
2015-16 Upper Deck MVP Hockey is the first set of the new collecting year and is geared to budget and set collectors. Boxes includes one hit and plenty of parallels and short prints.
One of the main prospect options for hockey collectors, 2015-16 Upper Deck AHL Hockey provides coverage for the top American Hockey League players. Hobby boxes include five autographs.
A prospect set with a Canadian focus, 2016 Upper Deck Team Canada Juniors Hockey features four total hits per hobby box.
Geared toward Hockey Hall of Fame members, 2015-16 Leaf ITG Enshrined Hockey is filled with all-time talent. Each box includes a total of four autographs or game-used relics.
2016 In The Game The Final Vault Hockey combines a mix of previous ITG cards with a format based around hits. Each box includes four autographs and five game-used memorabilia cards.
2015-16 Fleer Showcase Hockey is driven by the strong 15-16 rookie class and the brand power of previous Fleer products. Each box includes one rookie autograph, two additional hits and one insert per pack.
2015-16 Upper Deck Premier Hockey returns to the ice with another hit-based release. Each box promises five total autographs or relics, including one acetate Rookie Auto Patch.
2015-16 SPx Hockey brings the noise with one guaranteed autograph and two additional hits per box. This includes signed options for Connor McDavid.
Featuring six hits per box and signed cards for 2015 rookie stud Jack Eichel, 2015-16 Leaf Ultimate Hockey presents a quality product for hockey collectors.
The 2015-16 Upper Deck NHL Star Rookies Box Set is all about the new faces in the league. Led by Connor McDavid, the 25-card factory set also offers the possibility of limited autograph options.
2016 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day is a promotion that offers free packs of exclusive cards. Canada and the United States each have separate sets and a special final card only available with purchase.
2015-16 SP Game Used Hockey remains a hit-only release focused on premium relics. Each box includes five cards and all are autographs, relics or low-numbered base case.
2015-16 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey continues to emphasize game-used memorabilia. Hobby boxes promise a total of three autograph or relic cards.