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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2015-16 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey continues to emphasize game-used memorabilia. Hobby boxes promise a total of three autograph or relic cards.
Led by three tiers of rookie cards, 2015-16 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey features some unique designs. Boxes include two autographs and a total of four hits.
A new spin on a familiar brand, 2015-16 Upper Deck Black Diamond moves to the high-end realm with one pack per box. Offering an added bonus, each hobby box also contains one Exquisite Hockey pack.
2015-16 Upper Deck Full Force Hockey is new brand that is heavy on inserts and features a variety of card technologies, including 3D and acetate.
Centered around the young stud for the Edmonton Oilers, 2015-16 Upper Deck Connor McDavid Collection Hockey is a factory set with 26 total cards.
Focusing on game-used hockey sticks, 2015 Leaf In The Game Stickwork Hockey returns under the Leaf banner. Each box includes three stick memorabilia cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey sticks largely with what’s worked in the past and made it the sport’s most popular release. Young Guns rookie cards highlight the product and fall six per hobby box.
Part of the fall Sportcard & Memorabilia Expo in Toronto, 2015 Upper Deck Fall Expo Hockey promo packs feature exclusive cards that are obtained by box breaking redemption programs. View full details and a checklist for the set.
2015-16 Leaf ITG Superlative Hockey offers a high-end product with a limited print run and the first autographs for rookie Jack Eichel of the Buffalo Sabres. Each box includes seven total autographs or memorabilia cards.
2015-16 Upper Deck Buybacks Hockey delves into the company’s past to create a new product line. Highlights include signed versions of already-released Upper Deck cards.
Collectors can bust a pack of NHL cards with their morning coffee thanks to 2015 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Collector’s Series Hockey. View the full details on the promotional packs.
2015-16 Upper Deck Biography of a Season Hockey chronicles the notable first-season events for Wayne Gretzky and Connor McDavid with an online-exclusive promotional set.
The top option for high-end NHL collectors, 2014-15 Upper Deck The Cup Hockey returns with a considerable mix of premium inserts. Each tin box offers four hits.
2015 Upper Deck Team Canada Juniors focuses on the youngsters in the country’s national program. Boxes come with six hits including an autographed patch card.
2015-16 Panini NHL Stickers offer a product that’s simple, comprehensive and affordable. The set has more than 500 stickers including almost 100 foils.
Featuring a detailed look at the storied hockey program in Canada, 2015 Upper Deck Team Canada Master Collection Hockey is a factory set that includes ten autographs, 26 memorabilia cards and a full base set.
From old-school designs to a massive checklist, 2015-16 O-Pee-Chee Hockey continues with the brand’s retro focus. While you won’t find autographs or memorabilia cards in every box, the price isn’t high either.
2014-15 Upper Deck Ultimate Collection Hockey is upping the autograph and memorabilia ante with four hits per single-pack box. This is up from two in 2013-14.
Featuring five game-used relic cards per box, 2015 Leaf In The Game Used Hockey offers an appealing option for memorabilia collectors.
After more than a decade’s absence, 2014-15 Upper Deck Premier Hockey marks the high-end brand’s return. Boxes come with five hits including an acetate Rookie Auto Patch card.