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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Silhouettes Autographs return in 2013-14 Panini Crown Royale Hockey. Every pack promises a hit with a minimum of one autograph per four-pack box.
2013-14 Panini Totally Certified Hockey marks the ice debut of the colorful brand. Every pack promises either an autograph or memorabilia card as well as a rookie card or rookie parallel.
2013-14 Panini Titanium Hockey has an autograph or memorabilia card in every pack. Other highlights include rookie cards numbered to the player’s jersey number.
2013-14 In the Game Heroes and Prospects Hockey focuses on the sports future stars. Boxes promise two autographs and two memorabilia cards. 3-D cards return.
2013-14 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey fills in the gaps from the first set, offering more rookies and veterans in updated uniforms. Hobby boxes have six Young Guns and a pair of memorabilia cards.
2013-14 ITG StickWork Hockey is the first product dedicated solely to hockey sticks. Every box includes three game-used stick cards. Production is limited to 2,500 boxes.
2013-14 SPx Hockey is highlighted by bold designs and several levels of hits and high-end inserts. Boxes include an Auto Rookie Jersey and a pair of memorabilia cards. Every box also has an UD Ice bonus pack.
Living up to its name, 2013-14 SP Game Used Hockey focuses largely on hits. Every pack has an autograph or memorabilia card. Possibilities include pieces of Stanley Cup Finals memorabilia and over-sized premium swatches.
Want free cards? 2014 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day runs January 18. Collectors visiting participating hobby shops get exclusive packs free of charge. Get full details for the promotion as well as checklists for both the Canadian and American sets.
An annual tradition for many, 2013-14 Panini NHL Stickers cover the best of what the league has to offer. The complete set includes 296 glossy stickers and 60 foil stickers.
After a one-year absence, Dominion Hockey returns as a standalone product for the 2013-14 NHL season. This high-end release promises at least 2 autographed memorabilia cards and 2 additional autograph or memorabilia cards.
Celebrating one of the most storied franchises in hockey history, 2013-14 Upper Deck Edmonton Oilers Collection includes a base set, three autographs and two manufactured patch cards in every box.
A multi-tiered set and a pair of mutli-swatch memorabilia cards per box are among the highlights for 2013-14 Upper Deck Black Diamond Hockey. The challenging set includes four levels of base cards. UD Ice returns again in the form of bonus packs.
2013 Upper Deck Team Canada Hockey brings the patriotic flair to a more traditional trading card set. Every box promises a pair of autographs from a list of about 200 signers.
2013-14 Select Hockey from Panini sees the company bring back another set from their Pinnacle Brands portfolio. Boxes of the chromium-focused set have 4 autographs and 4 Prizm parallels.
2013 ITG Superlative The First Six Hockey digs into the sport’s past. Focusing strictly on the Original Six franchises, each high-end box has seven hits including at least three on-card autographs.
2013-14 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey puts the double-rookie class on display with six Young Guns per box. Other box highlights include a pair of jersey cards and several basic inserts.
2013-14 Panini Prizm Hockey marks the first full NHL release for the chromium brand. Every hobby box promises a pair of autographs and a trio of Prizm parallels.
In the Game drops the gloves for a second time with 2013 ITG Enforcers II. Each box includes four autographs and three game-used memorabilia cards.
1992-93 Fleer Ultra Hockey is one of the sport’s earliest premium offerings. While it may not be worth a lot today, it features a strong design, compelling inserts and a large list of rookie cards.