SP Authentic Hockey has a lot of history, especially when it comes to the Future Watch subset. It was one of the sport's first to adopt serial numbering. Not long after that, autographs were added to the mix as well. The tradition carries on with the 2014-15 SP Authentic Hockey Future Watch Autographs.
The checklist is a big 60 cards. That gives it some depth and multiple cards for most teams. Numbered to 999, the cards aren't all together rare but there's appeal from both set and player collectors. As a result, values on SP Authentic rookie autographs tend to be stronger than a lot of other rookie cards over the long run.
Further adding to the cards' appeal is the fact that they're hard-signed. That's a big plus when you look at autographs from many other sets that use stickers.
Part of the 2014-15 SP Authentic Hockey main set, they're also rookie cards as opposed to inserts.
Johnny Gaudreau, Aaron Ekblad, Jonathan Drouin are all present along with all of the season's other key rookies.
Not all of the cards are live in packs. At least 12 (a couple of cards haven't surfaced yet that we know of) are redemptions including Gaudreau.
In addition to the signed cards, another 60 players have unsigned Future Watch rookie cards in the set. Also numbered to 999, these tend to be lower-tier players.
Every 2014-15 SP Authentic Hockey hobby box should have at least one Future Watch Autograph.
2014-15 SP Authentic Hockey Future Watch Autographs Visual Checklist
The Ortio and Draisaitl redemptions have different card numbers on them versus what was on the checklist released by Upper Deck. We've placed them in their original checklist spot.
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261 William Karlsson, Anaheim Ducks
263 Jake McCabe, Buffalo Sabres
265 Joni Ortio, Calgary Flames
267 Corban Knight, Calgary Flames
269 Phillip Danault, Chicago Blackhawks
271 Colton Sissons, Nashville Predators
273 Sam Reinhart, Buffalo Sabres
275 Nicolas Deslauriers, Buffalo Sabres
277 Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers
279 Chris Tierney, San Jose Sharks
281 Andrew Hammond, Ottawa Senators
283 Vincent Trocheck, Florida Panthers
285 Bo Horvat, Vancouver Canucks
287 Damon Severson, New Jersey Devils
289 Rocco Grimaldi, Florida Panthers
291 Alexander Wennberg, Columbus
293 Ryan Sproul, Detroit Red Wings
295 Jiri Sekac, Montreal Canadiens
297 Tobias Rieder, Arizona Coyotes
299 Shayne Gostisbehere, Philadelphia
301 Calle Jarnkrok, Nashville Predators
303 Griffin Reinhart, New York Islanders
305 Laurent Brossoit, Edmonton Oilers
307 Brett Ritchie, Dallas Stars
309 Aaron Ekblad, Florida Panthers
311 Adam Lowry, Winnipeg Jets
313 Jonathan Drouin, Tampa Bay
315 Mirco Mueller, San Jose Sharks
317 Ty Rattie, St. Louis Blues
319 Kerby Rychel, Columbus Blue Jackets
262 Darnell Nurse, Edmonton Oilers
264 Patrick Brown, Carolina Hurricanes
266 Mark Visentin, Arizona Coyotes
268 Stuart Percy, Toronto Maple Leafs
270 Patrik Nemeth, Dallas Stars
272 Curtis McKenzie, Dallas Stars
274 Melker Karlsson, San Jose Sharks
276 Christian Folin, Minnesota Wild
278 Sven Andrighetto, Montreal
280 Trevor van Riemsdyk, Chicago
282 David Pastrnak, Boston Bruins
284 Teuvo Teravainen, Chicago
286 Anthony Duclair, New York Rangers
288 Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washington
290 Dennis Everberg, Colorado Avalanche
292 Derrick Pouliot, Pittsburgh Penguins
294 Kevin Hayes, New York Rangers
296 Vladislav Namestnikov, Tampa Bay
298 Brandon Kozun, Toronto Maple Leafs
300 Marko Dano, Columbus Blue Jackets
302 Seth Griffith, Boston Bruins
304 Alexander Khokhlachev, Boston
306 Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary Flames
308 Markus Granlund, Calgary Flames
310 Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay
312 Andre Burakovsky, Washington
314 Curtis Lazar, Ottawa Senators
316 Teemu Pulkkinen, Detroit Red Wings
318 Victor Rask, Carolina Hurricanes
320 Jori Lehtera, St. Louis Blues
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