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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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.
2012-13 Upper Deck The Cup Hockey continues the premium offering collectors have become accustomed to seeing. Each five-card tin box includes a Rookie Auto Patch and another autographed patch. There is also an Ultimate Collection bonus pack, which contains another autograph or memorabilia card.
1991-92 Upper Deck Hockey has all the hallmarks of the company’s early base sets. The cards are high-quality and showcase excellent photography. The checklist is loaded with rookies. So why is it so cheap?
2013-14 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey centers on game-used memorabilia. Each hobby box has three relic cards, including one that has multiple players. Boxes also have an autograph and a rookie redemption.
1990-91 Upper Deck Hockey marked the company’s debut in the sport. Released in two series, the stellar checklist includes rookie cards of Jaromir Jagr, Pavel Bure, Mike Modano and Sergei Fedorov.
Can’t get enough of Jaromir Jagr’s rookie mullet? 2013-14 ITG Decade The 90′s takes collectors back with three autographs and three game-used memorabilia cards in every box. One memorabilia card in each box has four swatches.
2012-13 Panini Prime Hockey is the company’s high-end release of the year. Every box includes three big hits plus a two-card Dominion pack. Unique patch, skate, glove and lace cards are among the top cards.
Targeted at set builders, 2013-14 O-Pee-Chee Hockey is one of the biggest sets of the year. The checklist is led by top rookies from last season. Popular manufactured team patch cards return.
2013-14 Score Hockey arrives with a new hobby configuration highlighted by 52-card jumbo packs. Loaded with rookies, the set also includes several familiar inserts. Autographs fall two per hobby box.
The 2013 Upper Deck Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Box Set honors the Original Six franchise’s championship run. The set includes 30 basic cards and one box topper.
2013-14 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey comes loaded with unique content, including plexiglass autographs and signed puck cards. The release also has some of the first rookie cards of players debuting during the shortened 2012-13 NHL season.
With the 2013 NHL Draft shaping up to be the best in years, 2013 In the Game Draft Prospects Hockey spotlights the top players available. Every box comes with three on-card autographs and a pair of game-used memorabilia cards.
2012-13 SP Authentic Hockey continues to focus on rookies and autographs. Every hobby box has three signatures including one autographed Future Watch rookie card. It also includes several Upper Deck update and SPx components.
Combining several brands and designs, 2012-13 Panini Rookie Anthology Hockey also includes a Prizm bonus pack in every hobby box. Collectors can expect a lot of content from players who debuted late in the 2011-12 season.
2012-13 In the Game Ultimate Memorabilia 12th Edition Hockey sees the return of the high-end brand with an autograph and a game-used memorabilia card in every pack.
Honoring great goalies of the past, present and future, 2012-13 In the Game Between the Pipes Hockey comes with at least two autographs and a pair of game-used memorabilia cards in every box.
2012-13 Fleer Retro Hockey heads back to the 1990s with several classic insert designs. Every box promises six autographs and four 1990s-inspired inserts.
2013 Leaf Best of Hockey brings the company’s high-end buyback brand to the ice for the first time. Every box comes with a slabbed or graded buyback and a sketch card.