Upper Deck Adjusts Schedule for Remaining 2012-13 Hockey Card Releases

Upper Deck Adjusts Schedule for Remaining 2012-13 Hockey Card Releases

Upper Deck has announced they've revamped their hockey card lineup for 2012-13. Not surprisingly, the announcement that no new players can get rookie cards this year has led to some cancellations.

2012-13 SPx, 2012-13 Upper Deck Series 2 and 2012-13 Ultimate Collection Hockey won't be made -- at least as standalone products. Some elements from these sets will be worked in to other products that are going forward. One specific card Upper Deck showcased is an SPx Autographed Rookie Patch quad card featuring four patch pieces. The company did say the actual card will be numbered to 30, not 25 as shown.

Upper Deck is also working on what rookie redemptions in 2012-13 Upper Deck Artifacts and 2012-13 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey will be. They haven't announced any specifics yet.

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