Hockey Card Sets
Browse our database of hockey card sets which features set checklists, product highlights, reviews and hockey card price comparisons.
- 1910-1919 Hockey Cards
- 1920-1929 Hockey Cards
- 1930-1939 Hockey Cards
- 1940-1949 Hockey Cards
- 1950-1959 Hockey Cards
- 1960-1969 Hockey Cards
- 1970-1979 Hockey Cards
- 1980-1989 Hockey Cards
- 1990-1999 Hockey Cards
- 2000-2007 Hockey Cards
- 2008-2009 Hockey Cards
- 2009-2010 Hockey Cards
- 2010-2011 Hockey Cards
- 2011-2012 Hockey Cards
- 2012-2013 Hockey Cards
- 2013-2014 Hockey Cards
- 2014-2015 Hockey Cards
- 2015-2016 Hockey Cards
- 2016-2017 Hockey Cards
2005-06 Upper Deck Hockey is one of the strongest sets in the history of the flagship hockey line. Sidney Crosby, Alexander Ovechkin, Corey Perry and Henrik Lundqvist are just some of the notable rookie cards.
1991-92 Upper Deck McDonald’s Hockey marks the first of several sets the card maker produced for Canadian restaurants. The set centers around the All-Star Game.
2014-15 SP Authentic Hockey features a familiar configuration for one of the most enduring brands in the modern hobby. Boxes have three total autographs including one Future Watch autographed rookie card.
The 2015 Upper Deck Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Champions hockey card set celebrates the team’s third championship since 2010. And it’s not available in stores.
2015 Leaf Signature Series Hockey continues with the company’s expansion into autograph-driven sets for the sport. Each box come with eight signed cards.
2014-15 Upper Deck Masterpieces Hockey sees the return of the all-painted brand as a standalone product. Hobby boxes come with three hits including at least one autograph.
2014-15 Leaf ITG Heroes and Prospects Hockey has been overhauled from past configurations. Once a product aimed at set builders, it’s now an all-hits release with five autographs and four memorabilia cards per box.
2014-15 Upper Deck Ice Hockey marks the return of the acetate-heavy brand as a standalone set. Highlights include an autograph and memorabilia card per box as well as lots of short prints.
2014-15 O-Pee-Chee Platinum Hockey puts a chromium spin on one of the sport’s most recognizable brands. Hobby boxes deliver several parallels as well as an on-card rookie autograph.
2014-15 Upper Deck AHL Hockey offers some of the first cards of the sport’s incoming prospects. Boxes come with five autographs.
2014-15 Fleer Showcase Hoceky blends elements from Fleer’s past with new spins. Boxes have a total of three autograph and memorabilia cards including one rookie patch autograph.
1993-94 Upper Deck Hockey continues with the brand’s tradition of glossy cards and some of the best photography in the hobby. The SP brand makes its ice debut as an insert set.
2014-15 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey carries on where the first set left off. Hobby boxes have six Young Guns rookie cards with Jonathan Drouin and Andre Burakovsky among the available players.
2015 Upper Deck National Hockey Card Day is a promotion that offers free packs of exclusive cards. Canada and the United States have separate sets and on separate dates.
2014-15 Upper Deck Overtime Hockey promo cards return for another season, bigger than ever. The set offers an incentive to dealers and collectors ordering boxes of select 2014-15 Upper Deck hockey products.
2014-15 ITG Leaf Metal Hockey is an all-autograph release that fills a void in the sport, which doesn’t have any chromium-style products. Boxes come with five autograph cards.
2014-15 SPx Hockey brings some flash to go with a handful of promised hits. Every box has four total autographs, memorabilia cards or premium inserts.
2014-15 Fleer Ultra Hockey sees the return of the one-time premium brand as a standalone release. Rather than autographs and hits, the product focuses more on nostalgia and traditional inserts with big designs.
2014-15 Upper Deck MVP Hockey kicks off the new card season with a budget-minded configuration. Each hobby box includes either an autograph, memorabilia card or Super Script parallel.
2014-15 Upper Deck Artifacts Hockey focuses heavily on memorabilia cards, specifically multi-swatch cards. Hobby boxes have three of them as well as one autograph.