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
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- 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
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.
2012-13 In the Game Motown Madness celebrates the history and tradition of the Detroit Red Wings. Every box delivers six total hits, including four autographs and two game-used memorabilia cards.
2012-13 Panini Limited Hockey delivers a potent lineup of low-numbered cards. Nearly everything in the product is numbered to 299 or less. Single-pack boxes have three hits, including at least one autograph.
2012-13 In the Game Heroes and Prospects Hockey combines some of the game’s best with upcoming stars. A tweaked configuration sees 3-D draft hopefuls make their debut.
2012-13 SP Game Used Hockey sees the brand get a major overhaul. Every pack includes either an autograph or memorabilia card. Rookie Authentics rookie cards are numbered to the player’s jersey number.
2012-13 Panini Certified Hockey brings back the brand’s trademark shine complete with several levels of Mirror parallels. Every ten-pack hobby box promises an autograph and three additional hits.
Bucking the trend of fewer sets relying heavily on memorabilia cards, 2012-13 Upper Deck Artifacts arrives with four hits in every box including one autograph and three game-used cards. Rookie redemptions are one of several returning elements.
Celebrating the roots of the hobby, 2012-13 In the Game History of Hockey is one of the company’s most ambitious sets. Every pack has a vintage rookie card buyback, ITG buyback, autograph and limited base card. Highlights include original art cards from Jared Kelley that have game-used memorabilia swatches.
2012-13 Upper Deck Black Diamond Hockey sees the return of the multi-tiered set. Collectors can expect a familiar mix of short prints, rookies and rare inserts. Every box has two dual jersey cards.
2012-13 Panini Classics Signatures Hockey is an all-retired player set that delivers an autograph in every pack. Inserts include Social Signatures, Classic Combos and Classic Lines Triple Autographs.
1974-75 Topps Hockey is highlighted by a strong rookie crop that include Lanny McDonald, Denis Potvin and Borje Salming. Legendary coaches Scotty Bowman and Don Cherry also have rookies in the set.
1973-74 Topps Hockey features a boldly colored design. Although it looks similar to its O-Pee-Chee counterpart, the checklist is very different. Billy Smith is the key rookie.
1986-87 Kraft Drawings Hockey is one of the most attractive hockey card sets of the decade. The popular oddball issue includes some of the first cards of Patrick Roy and Wendel Clark.