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1970-71 Topps Hockey Cards

1970-71 Topps Hockey Cards

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After several years of unique or modified designs taken from other company products, 1970-71 Topps Hockey went with what appeared to be an altered design of its set from the previous year. The graphic hockey stick disappeared and a series of five lights has filled the background.

Fronts feature a player image that is superimposed in front of a background that is colored by team. That background includes five "lights," one near each corner and one in the center. The player's name, team and position appear in the white area beneath the player that also includes the border around the card. Backs are green and black and divided into two parts. On the left is a black box with the player's name, team, position and vitals. Below that is an artist-rendered action shot that includes a card number inside a puck. The box on the right has year/life statistics and a biography.

1970-71 Topps Hockey has cards from all of the NHL's teams, including the expansion Buffalo Sabres and Vancouver Canucks. Most players are grouped within their own teams, but a few have been updated to reflect off-season trades. The set's final card is a checklist.

Notable rookies in 1970-71 Topps Hockey include Gilbert Perreault, Brad Park and Wayne Cashman.

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Set Checklist

1970-71 Topps Hockey Cards Set Checklist

132 cards.

1 Gerry Cheevers
2 Johnny Bucyk
3 Bobby Orr
4 Don Awrey
5 Fred Stanfield
6 John McKenzie
7 Wayne Cashman RC
8 Ken Hodge
9 Wayne Carleton
10 Garnet "Ace" Bailey RC
11 Phil Esposito
12 Lou Angotti
13 Jim Pappin
14 Dennis Hull
15 Bobby Hull
16 Doug Mohns
17 Pat Stapleton
18 Hubert "Pit" Martin
19 Eric Nesterenko
20 Stan Mikita
21 Roy Edwards
22 Frank Mahovlich
23 Ron Harris
24 Bob Baun
25 Pete Stemkowski
26 Garry Unger
27 Bruce MacGregor
28 Larry Jeffrey
29 Gordie Howe
30 Billy Dea
31 Denis DeJordy
32 Matt Ravlich
33 Dave Amadio
34 Gilles Marotte
35 Eddie Shack
36 Bob Pulford
37 Ross Lonsberry
38 Gord Labossiere
39 Eddie Joyal
40 Lorne "Gump" Worsley
41 Bob McCord
42 Leo Boivin
43 Tom Reid RC
44 Charlie Burns
45 Bob Barlow
46 Bill Goldsworthy
47 Danny Grant
48 Norm Beaudin RC
49 Rogatien Vachon
50 Yvan Cournoyer
51 Serge Savard
52 Jacques Laperriere
53 Terry Harper
54 Ralph Backstrom
55 Jean Beliveau
56 Claude Larose
57 Jacques Lemaire
58 Pete Mahovlich
59 Tim Horton
60 Bob Nevin
61 Dave Balon
62 Vic Hadfield
63 Rod Gilbert
64 Ron Stewart
65 Ted Irvine
66 Arnie Brown
67 Brad Park RC
68 Ed Giacomin
69 Gary Smith
70 Carol Vadnais
71 Doug Roberts
72 Harry Howell
73 Joe Szura
74 Mike Laughton
75 Gary Jarrett
76 Bill Hicke
77 Paul Andrea RC
78 Bernie Parent
79 Joe Watson
80 Ed Van Impe
81 Larry Hillman
82 George Swarbrick
83 Bill Sutherland
84 Andre Lacroix
85 Gary Dornhoefer
86 Jean-Guy Gendron
87 Al Smith RC
88 Bob Woytowich
89 Duane Rupp
90 Jim Morrison
91 Ron Schock
92 Ken Schinkel
93 Keith McCreary
94 Bryan Hextall
95 Wayne Hicks RC
96 Gary Sabourin
97 Ernie Wakely RC
98 Bob Wall
99 Barclay Plager
100 Jean-Guy Talbot
101 Gary Veneruzzo
102 Tim Ecclestone
103 Gordon "Red" Berenson
104 Larry Keenan
105 Bruce Gamble
106 Jim Dorey
107 Mike Pelyk RC
108 Rick Ley
109 Mike Walton
110 Norm Ullman
111 Brit Selby
112 Garry Monahan
113 George Armstrong
114 Gary Doak
115 Darryl Sly RC
116 Wayne Maki
117 Orland Kurtenbach
118 Murray Hall
119 Marc Reaume
120 Pat Quinn
121 Andre Boudrias
122 Poul Popiel
123 Paul Terbenche
124 Howie Menard
125 Gerry Meehan RC
126 Phil "Skip" Krake
127 Phil Goyette
128 Reg Fleming
129 Don Marshall
130 Bill Inglis RC
131 Gilbert Perreault RC
132 Checklist
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User Reviews

Phil Chmiel
Phil Chmiel

Colorful set featuring Brad Park and Gilbert Perreault rookies. Each player in the set has a wall of color behind him with 5 lights. Lots of stars in this set that has only 132 cards. Sabres and Canucks debut.

The HOF stars & the colors.

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