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2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards – e-Pack Release

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Round two of the flagship NHL product, 2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey picks up after the Series 1 release. Featuring the Young Guns rookie card for Jack Eichel, each hobby box promises one memorabilia card.

The 200-card base set is once again the precursor to the the famed Young Guns subset. The 50 base rookies come 1:4 packs and the checklist includes Noah Hanifin and Jake Virtanen in addition to Eichel. Parallels for the entire base set include familiar options like Exclusives (#/100), High Gloss (#/10) and Printing Plates (1/1).

Averaging four per box (1:6 packs), UD Canvas includes a mix of subjects. Featuring Connor McDavid, the UD Canvas Young Guns are a bit more rare at 1:48 packs. UD Portraits is a 50-card set that includes only rookie players and drops four per box (1:6 packs). Platinum Gold (#/99) and Platinum Blue (#/25) parallels present more rarity for the Portraits.

The popular Day with the Cup insert returns with tough odds of 1:2,500 packs. Offering the boldest design, Rookie Breakouts are limited to 100 copies and showcase a die-cut acetate design.

Featuring one per hobby box, collectors can find either Rookie Materials or UD Game Jersey relic cards. There are also Patch versions for both, with the Rookie Materials Patches limited to 25 copies and UD Game Patch cards numbered to 15. 1,000-Point Club Jerseys are another tough hit at 1:864 packs.

While more limited, several signed cards offer more hits for collectors. UD Signatures and O-Pee-Chee Signatures both surface at a rate of 1:576 packs. 1,000-Point Club Autographs Jerseys are among the rarest with a print run of only ten.

Enhancing several earlier set or inserts, Series 2 has few updates. O-Pee-Chee Update offers 50 new cards including 40 rookie options that fall 1:6 packs. Regular OPC Update cards average one per box. Rainbow Foil, Red Border and Black Border (#/100) parallels add to the totals. More options come in the form of O-Pee-Chee Retro Updates that fall 1:12 packs overall.

It is important to note that Upper Deck Series 2 will also be issued as part of the Upper Deck e-Pack platform. No additional cards will be produced but part of the overall run will be set aside for e-Pack. While the date is not set firmly, Upper Deck has stated that they intend to "provide our brick and mortar retailers with a window before e-Pack starts." The earliest release for S2 e-Pack is March 17, 2016.

Estimated Release Date: Hobby: 2/18/2016; Retail: 2/24/2016; e-Pack: 5/4/2016
Product Configuration: 8 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case
Price Point: Mid-End Hockey Card
Target Audience: Set Builders, Rookie Card Collectors, Young Guns Fans

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Memorabilia Card
  • 4 UD Portraits Inserts
  • 4 UD Canvas Inserts
  • 6 Young Guns Rookie Cards
  • 5 OPC Updates
  • 2 OPC Retro Updates
  • 1 OPC Rainbow Foil Parallel
  • 192 Total Cards
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Set Checklist

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

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Young Guns odds - 1:4 hobby/retail packs, 1:6 blaster packs
PARALLEL CARDS (Hobby): Exclusives #/100, High Gloss #/10, Printing Plates 1/1
*Young Guns High Gloss parallels are missing the HIGH GLOSS tag on the front.
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 1

251 Andrew Cogliano - Anaheim Ducks
252 Jiri Sekac - Anaheim Ducks
253 Chris Stewart - Anaheim Ducks
254 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
255 Jakob Silfverberg - Anaheim Ducks
256 Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks
257 Carl Hagelin - Anaheim Ducks
258 Antoine Vermette - Arizona Coyotes
259 Mikkel Boedker - Arizona Coyotes
260 Steve Downie - Arizona Coyotes
261 Tobias Rieder - Arizona Coyotes
262 Anthony Duclair - Arizona Coyotes
263 Connor Murphy - Arizona Coyotes
264 Matt Beleskey - Boston Bruins
265 Ryan Spooner - Boston Bruins
266 Torey Krug - Boston Bruins
267 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
268 Brett Connolly - Boston Bruins
269 Jimmy Hayes - Boston Bruins
270 Matt Moulson - Buffalo Sabres
271 David Legwand - Buffalo Sabres
272 Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres
273 Chad Johnson - Buffalo Sabres
274 Rasmus Ristolainen - Buffalo Sabres
275 Evander Kane - Buffalo Sabres
276 Mikael Backlund - Calgary Flames
277 David Jones - Calgary Flames
278 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
279 T.J. Brodie - Calgary Flames
280 Lance Bouma - Calgary Flames
281 Dougie Hamilton - Calgary Flames
282 Michael Frolik - Calgary Flames
283 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
284 Jordan Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
285 Riley Nash - Carolina Hurricanes
286 Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
287 Ron Hainsey - Carolina Hurricanes
288 Ryan Murphy - Carolina Hurricanes
289 Kris Versteeg - Carolina Hurricanes
290 Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes
291 Marko Dano - Chicago Blackhawks
292 Scott Darling - Chicago Blackhawks
293 Artem Anisimov - Chicago Blackhawks
294 Trevor Daley - Chicago Blackhawks
295 Teuvo Teravainen - Chicago Blackhawks
296 Brent Seabrook - Chicago Blackhawks
297 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
298 Mikhail Grigorenko - Colorado Avalanche
299 Francois Beauchemin - Colorado Avalanche
300 Blake Comeau - Colorado Avalanche
301 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
302 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
303 Carl Soderberg - Colorado Avalanche
304 Alex Tanguay - Colorado Avalanche
305 Nikita Zadorov - Colorado Avalanche
306 Boone Jenner - Columbus Blue Jackets
307 Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets
308 Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
309 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
310 Ryan Murray - Columbus Blue Jackets
311 Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars
312 Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars
313 Johnny Oduya - Dallas Stars
314 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
315 Antti Niemi - Dallas Stars
316 Cody Eakin - Dallas Stars
317 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
318 Justin Abdelkader - Detroit Red Wings
319 Petr Mrazek - Detroit Red Wings
320 Mike Green - Detroit Red Wings
321 Tomas Jurco - Detroit Red Wings
322 Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings
323 Brad Richards - Detroit Red Wings
324 Jim Howard - Detroit Red Wings
325 Andrej Sekera - Edmonton Oilers
326 Justin Schultz - Edmonton Oilers
327 Nail Yakupov - Edmonton Oilers
328 Anton Lander - Edmonton Oilers
329 Cam Talbot - Edmonton Oilers
330 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
331 Nick Bjugstad - Florida Panthers
332 Vincent Trocheck - Florida Panthers
333 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
334 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
335 Brandon Pirri - Florida Panthers
336 Reilly Smith - Florida Panthers
337 Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
338 Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings
339 Milan Lucic - Los Angeles Kings
340 Alec Martinez - Los Angeles Kings
341 Christian Ehrhoff - Los Angeles Kings
342 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
343 Brayden McNabb - Los Angeles Kings
344 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
345 Justin Fontaine - Minnesota Wild
346 Mathew Dumba - Minnesota Wild
347 Thomas Vanek - Minnesota Wild
348 Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild
349 Mikko Koivu - Minnesota Wild
350 Charlie Coyle - Minnesota Wild
351 Marco Scandella - Minnesota Wild
352 Devante Smith-Pelly - Montreal Canadiens
353 Dale Weise - Montreal Canadiens
354 Tomas Fleischmann - Montreal Canadiens
355 Jeff Petry - Montreal Canadiens
356 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
357 Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens
358 Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens
359 Craig Smith - Nashville Predators
360 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
361 Calle Jarnkrok - Nashville Predators
362 Mike Ribeiro - Nashville Predators
363 Barret Jackman - Nashville Predators
364 Colin Wilson - Nashville Predators
365 Cody Hodgson - Nashville Predators
366 Jacob Josefson - New Jersey Devils
367 Lee Stempniak - New Jersey Devils
368 Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils
369 John Moore - New Jersey Devils
370 Adam Larsson - New Jersey Devils
371 Eric Gelinas - New Jersey Devils
372 Nick Leddy - New York Islanders
373 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders
374 Marek Zidlicky - New York Islanders
375 Johnny Boychuk - New York Islanders
376 Anders Lee - New York Islanders
377 Brock Nelson - New York Islanders
378 Antti Raanta - New York Rangers
379 J.T. Miller - New York Rangers
380 Viktor Stalberg - New York Rangers
381 Kevin Hayes - New York Rangers
382 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
383 Mats Zuccarello - New York Rangers
384 Milan Michalek - Ottawa Senators
385 Mark Stone - Ottawa Senators
386 Chris Neil - Ottawa Senators
387 Craig Anderson - Ottawa Senators
388 Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
389 Mike Hoffman - Ottawa Senators
390 Curtis Lazar - Ottawa Senators
391 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
392 Scott Laughton - Philadelphia Flyers
393 Wayne Simmonds - Philadelphia Flyers
394 Sam Gagner - Philadelphia Flyers
395 Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers
396 Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers
397 Michael Raffl - Philadelphia Flyers
398 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
399 Ian Cole - Pittsburgh Penguins
400 Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins
401 Olli Maatta - Pittsburgh Penguins
402 Nick Bonino - Pittsburgh Penguins
403 Beau Bennett - Pittsburgh Penguins
404 Martin Jones - San Jose Sharks
405 Matt Nieto - San Jose Sharks
406 Tommy Wingels - San Jose Sharks
407 Joel Ward - San Jose Sharks
408 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
409 Paul Martin - San Jose Sharks
410 Jay Bouwmeester - St. Louis Blues
411 Dmitrij Jaskin - St. Louis Blues
412 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
413 Paul Stastny - St. Louis Blues
414 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
415 Troy Brouwer - St. Louis Blues
416 Brian Elliott - St. Louis Blues
417 Valtteri Filppula - Tampa Bay Lightning
418 Ben Bishop - Tampa Bay Lightning
419 Anton Stralman - Tampa Bay Lightning
420 Ryan Callahan - Tampa Bay Lightning
421 Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning
422 Cedric Paquette - Tampa Bay Lightning
423 Peter Holland - Toronto Maple Leafs
424 Jake Gardiner - Toronto Maple Leafs
425 P.A. Parenteau - Toronto Maple Leafs
426 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
427 Brad Boyes - Toronto Maple Leafs
428 Nick Spaling - Toronto Maple Leafs
429 Dion Phaneuf - Toronto Maple Leafs
430 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
431 Brandon Sutter - Vancouver Canucks
432 Radim Vrbata - Vancouver Canucks
433 Alexander Edler - Vancouver Canucks
434 Chris Higgins - Vancouver Canucks
435 Brandon Prust - Vancouver Canucks
436 Karl Alzner - Washington Capitals
437 Marcus Johansson - Washington Capitals
438 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
439 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
440 Justin Williams - Washington Capitals
441 Andre Burakovsky - Washington Capitals
442 Michael Hutchinson - Winnipeg Jets
443 Andrew Ladd - Winnipeg Jets
444 Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg Jets
445 Tyler Myers - Winnipeg Jets
446 Drew Stafford - Winnipeg Jets
447 Alexander Burmistrov - Winnipeg Jets
448 Adam Lowry - Winnipeg Jets
449 Carey Price/Henrik Zetterberg CL - Montreal/Detroit Canadiens/Red Wings
450 Corey Perry/Vladimir Tarasenko CL - Anaheim/St. Louis Ducks/Blues
Young Guns - Shop 
451 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
452 Charles Hudon - Montreal Canadiens
453 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
454 Logan Shaw - Florida Panthers
455 Frank Vatrano - Boston Bruins
456 Jujhar Khaira - Edmonton Oilers
457 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
458 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
459 Tanner Kero - Chicago Blackhawks
460 Chris Wideman - Ottawa Senators
461 Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens
462 Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks
463 Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars
464 Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators
465 Adam Pelech - New York Islanders
466 Michael Keranen - Minnesota Wild
467 Dylan DeMelo - San Jose Sharks
468 Mark Alt - Philadelphia Flyers
469 Jaccob Slavin - Carolina Hurricanes
470 Alexandre Grenier - Vancouver Canucks
471 Louis Domingue - Arizona Coyotes
472 Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres
473 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
474 Brady Skjei - New York Rangers
475 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
476 Max McCormick - Ottawa Senators
477 Vincent Hinostroza - Chicago Blackhawks
478 Taylor Leier - Philadelphia Flyers
479 Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
480 Garret Sparks - Toronto Maple Leafs
481 Brendan Gaunce - Vancouver Canucks
482 Chris Driedger - Ottawa Senators
483 Joel Vermin - Tampa Bay Lightning
484 Chandler Stephenson - Washington Capitals
485 David Musil - Edmonton Oilers
486 Gustav Olofsson - Minnesota Wild
487 Brett Pesce - Carolina Hurricanes
488 Anthony Stolarz - Philadelphia Flyers
489 Devin Shore - Dallas Stars
490 Petr Straka - Philadelphia Flyers
491 Mike McCarron - Montreal Canadiens
492 Raman Hrabarenka - New Jersey Devils
493 Markus Hannikainen - Columbus Blue Jackets
494 Sam Brittain - Florida Panthers
495 Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks
496 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
497 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
498 Tyler Randell - Boston Bruins
499 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
500 Jack Eichel/Zachary Fucale CL - Buffalo/Montreal Sabres/Canadiens

Acetate Series 1 Young Guns Set Checklist

Unannounced. Covers entire Series 1 Young Guns checklist (#201-249) but most feature different images.
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 2

201 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
202 Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings
203 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins
204 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
205 Andrew Copp - Winnipeg Jets
206 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
207 Joel Edmundson - St. Louis Blues
208 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
209 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
210 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
211 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
212 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
213 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
214 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
215 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
216 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings
217 Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets
218 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
219 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
220 Stanislav Galiev - Washington Capitals
221 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
222 Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
223 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
224 Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning
225 Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks
226 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
227 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
228 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
229 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
230 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks
231 Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks
232 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
233 Matt O'Connor - Ottawa Senators
234 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
235 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
236 Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks
237 Anton Slepyshev - Edmonton Oilers
238 Sergei Kalinin - New Jersey Devils
239 Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
240 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
241 Kyle Baun - Chicago Blackhawks
242 Jean-Francois Berube - New York Islanders
243 Joonas Kemppainen - Boston Bruins
244 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars
245 Evgeny Medvedev - Philadelphia Flyers
246 Keegan Lowe - Carolina Hurricanes
247 Colin Miller - Boston Bruins
248 Brett Kulak - Calgary Flames
249 Connor Brickley - Florida Panthers

Canvas Set Checklist

150 cards
Base odds - 1:6 hobby/retail packs, 1:12 blaster packs
Young Guns odds - 1:48 hobby/retail packs, 1:96 blaster packs
Retired Stars odds - 1:192 hobby/retail packs, 1:384 blaster packs
Program of Excellence odds - 1:192 hobby/retail packs, 1:384 blaster packs
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 32015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 4

C121 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
C122 Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks
C123 Sami Vatanen - Anaheim Ducks
C124 Shane Doan - Arizona Coyotes
C125 Mikkel Boedker - Arizona Coyotes
C126 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
C127 Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins
C128 David Krejci - Boston Bruins
C129 Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres
C130 Evander Kane - Buffalo Sabres
C131 Matt Moulson - Buffalo Sabres
C132 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
C133 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
C134 Michael Frolik - Calgary Flames
C135 Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
C136 Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes
C137 Teuvo Teravainen - Chicago Blackhawks
C138 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
C139 Brent Seabrook - Chicago Blackhawks
C140 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
C141 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
C142 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
C143 Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets
C144 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
C145 Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
C146 Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars
C147 John Klingberg - Dallas Stars
C148 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
C149 Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars
C150 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
C151 Jim Howard - Detroit Red Wings
C152 Justin Abdelkader - Detroit Red Wings
C153 Teddy Purcell - Edmonton Oilers
C154 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers
C155 Nail Yakupov - Edmonton Oilers
C156 Nick Bjugstad - Florida Panthers
C157 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
C158 Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
C159 Milan Lucic - Los Angeles Kings
C160 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
C161 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
C162 Mikael Granlund - Minnesota Wild
C163 Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild
C164 Mikko Koivu - Minnesota Wild
C165 Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild
C166 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
C167 Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens
C168 Tomas Plekanec - Montreal Canadiens
C169 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
C170 Mike Ribeiro - Nashville Predators
C171 James Neal - Nashville Predators
C172 Lee Stempniak - New Jersey Devils
C173 Travis Zajac - New Jersey Devils
C174 Nick Leddy - New York Islanders
C175 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders
C176 Anders Lee - New York Islanders
C177 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
C178 Ryan McDonagh - New York Rangers
C179 Derek Stepan - New York Rangers
C180 Mike Hoffman - Ottawa Senators
C181 Mark Stone - Ottawa Senators
C182 Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
C183 Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators
C184 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
C185 Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers
C186 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
C187 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
C188 Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins
C189 Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
C190 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
C191 Brian Elliott - St. Louis Blues
C192 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
C193 Paul Stastny - St. Louis Blues
C194 Ryan Callahan - Tampa Bay Lightning
C195 Ben Bishop - Tampa Bay Lightning
C196 Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
C197 Dion Phaneuf - Toronto Maple Leafs
C198 Tyler Bozak - Toronto Maple Leafs
C199 Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs
C200 Alexandre Burrows - Vancouver Canucks
C201 Radim Vrbata - Vancouver Canucks
C202 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
C203 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
C204 Andre Burakovsky - Washington Capitals
C205 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
C206 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
C207 Andrew Ladd - Winnipeg Jets
C208 Bryan Little - Winnipeg Jets
C209 Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets
C210 P.K. Subban/Patrick Kane CL - Montreal/Chicago Canadiens/Blackhawks
Young Guns Rookies - Shop
C211 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
C212 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
C213 Adam Pelech - New York Islanders
C214 Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens
C215 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
C216 Brady Skjei - New York Rangers
C217 Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres
C218 Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
C219 Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators
C220 Brendan Gaunce - Vancouver Canucks
C221 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
C222 Chris Wideman - Ottawa Senators
C223 Connor Brickley - Florida Panthers
C224 Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks
C225 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
C226 Brett Pesce - Carolina Hurricanes
C227 Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks
C228 Garret Sparks - Toronto Maple Leafs
C229 Devin Shore - Dallas Stars
C230 Mike McCarron - Montreal Canadiens
C231 Jaccob Slavin - Carolina Hurricanes
C232 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
C233 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
C234 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
C235 Gustav Olofsson - Minnesota Wild
C236 Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
C237 Charles Hudon - Montreal Canadiens
C238 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
C239 Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks
C240 Connor McDavid/Jake Virtanen CL - Edmonton/Vancouver Oilers/Canucks
Retired Stars
C241 Bobby Clarke - Philadelphia Flyers
C242 Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche
C243 Bobby Hull - Chicago Blackhawks
C244 Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens
C245 Phil Esposito - Boston Bruins
C246 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
C247 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
C248 Jeremy Roenick - Philadelphia Flyers
C249 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
C250 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
C251 Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks
C252 Theoren Fleury - Calgary Flames
C253 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
C254 Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs
C255 Jari Kurri - Edmonton Oilers
Program of Excellence
C256 Charles Hudon - Team Canada
C257 Sam Bennett - Team Canada
C258 Malcolm Subban - Team Canada
C259 Hunter Shinkaruk - Team Canada
C260 Max Domi - Team Canada
C261 Jake Virtanen - Team Canada
C262 Slater Koekkoek - Team Canada
C263 Nicolas Petan - Team Canada
C264 Josh Anderson - Team Canada
C265 Robby Fabbri - Team Canada
C266 Zachary Fucale - Team Canada
C267 Nick Ritchie - Team Canada
C268 Shea Theodore - Team Canada
C269 Brendan Gaunce - Team Canada
C270 Connor McDavid - Team Canada

UD Canvas Signatures Set Checklist

1 card, #/16 (Hobby)

CA-BH Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues

600 Goal Club Set Checklist


Jarome Iginila - Colorado Avalanche

A Piece of History 1,000 Point Club Jersey Set Checklist

10 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall odds - 1:864 Hobby

PC-AO Adam Oates - Boston Bruins - C 1:1,193
PC-DG Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs - A 1:8,352
PC-DH Dale Hawerchuk - Winnipeg Jets - C 1:1,193
PC-DS Denis Savard - Chicago Blackhawks - C 1:1,193
PC-JJ Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers - C 1:1,193
PC-JK Jari Kurri - New York Rangers - C 1:1,193
PC-JR Jeremy Roenick - Chicago Blackhawks - B 1:5,011
PC-MG Mike Gartner - Toronto Maple Leafs - B 1:5,011
PC-MS Martin St. Louis - Tampa Bay Lightning - A 1:8,352
PC-RB Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins - C 1:1,193

A Piece of History 1,000 Point Club Jersey Autograph Set Checklist

1 card, #/10 (Hobby)

PC-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks

Clear Cut Superstars Set Checklist

30 cards
Odds - 1:640 Hobby Packs

CCS-33 Brian Leetch - New York Rangers
CCS-34 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
CCS-35 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
CCS-36 Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets
CCS-37 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
CCS-38 David Krejci - Boston Bruins
CCS-39 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
CCS-40 Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs
CCS-41 Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres
CCS-42 Anthony Duclair - Arizona Coyotes
CCS-43 Alexander Steen - St. Louis Blues
CCS-44 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
CCS-45 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
CCS-46 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
CCS-47 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
CCS-48 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
CCS-49 Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers
CCS-50 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
CCS-51 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
CCS-52 Kris Versteeg - Carolina Hurricanes
CCS-53 Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning
CCS-54 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
CCS-55 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
CCS-56 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
CCS-57 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
CCS-58 Mike Bossy - New York Islanders
CCS-59 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
CCS-60 Mark Stone - Ottawa Senators
CCS-61 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
CCS-62 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins

Day with the Cup Set Checklist

11 cards

DC16 Johnny Oduya - Chicago Blackhawks
DC17 Marcus Kruger - Chicago Blackhawks
DC18 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
DC19 Scott Darling - Chicago Blackhawks
DC20 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
DC21 Bryan Bickell - Chicago Blackhawks
DC22 Kris Versteeg - Chicago Blackhawks
DC23 Andrew Shaw - Chicago Blackhawks
DC24 David Rundblad - Chicago Blackhawks
DC25 Kyle Cumiskey - Chicago Blackhawks
DC26 Joakim Nordstrom - Chicago Blackhawks

Day with the Cup Flashbacks Set Checklist

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 5

DCF-1 Mike Bossy - New York Islanders
DCF-2 Denis Potvin - New York Islanders
DCF-3 Bob Nystrom - New York Islanders

Puck Wizards Set Checklist

6 cards (One per Toys R Us pack)

PW1 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
PW2 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
PW3 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
PW4 John Tavares - New York Islanders
PW5 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
PW6 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins

Rookie Breakouts Set Checklist

28 cards, #/100 (Hobby)
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold Variation #/25 (Hobby)
Note: Only select rookies have Gold Variation parallel.*
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 6

RB1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers*
RB2 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche*
RB3 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
RB4 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
RB5 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames*
RB6 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
RB7 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins
RB8 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings
RB9 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
RB10 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes*
RB11 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues*
RB12 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks*
RB13 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
RB14 Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
RB15 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
RB16 Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings
RB17 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes*
RB18 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
RB19 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets*
RB20 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks*
RB21 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
RB22 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks
RB23 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
RB24 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
RB25 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
RB26 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks*
RB27 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings*
RB28 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres*

Rookie Materials Set Checklist

36 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall odds - 1:48 hobby/retail packs, 1:480 blaster packs
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/25 (Hobby)
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 7

RM-AA Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings - D 1:62
RM-AB Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs - D 1:62
RM-AP Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks - D 1:62
RM-AS Anthony Stolarz - Philadelphia Flyers - D 1:62
RM-BR Brendan Ranford - Dallas Stars - D 1:62
RM-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets - D 1:62
RM-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers - B 1:1,554
RM-DF Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings - D 1:62
RM-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings - C 1:271
RM-DS1 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins - D 1:62
RM-EP Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames - D 1:62
RM-HS Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes - D 1:62
RM-JA Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets - C 1:271
RM-JD Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens - D 1:62
RM-JE Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres - B 1:1,554
RM-JM Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks - A 1:2,401
RM-JV Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks - C 1:271
RM-JW Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings - D 1:62
RM-KF Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators D 1:62
RM-MD Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes - C 1:271
RM-MP Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators - D 1:62
RM-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche - D 1:62
RM-MS Mackenzie Skapski - New York Rangers - D 1:62
RM-NC Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers - D 1:62
RM-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets - C 1:271
RM-NH Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes - D 1:62
RM-NP Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets - D 1:62
RM-NS Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings - D 1:62
RM-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues - C 1:271
RM-RH Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks - D 1:62
RM-RK Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks - C 1:271
RM-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames - A 1:2,401
RM-SK Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning - D 1:62
RM-SN Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks - D 1:62
RM-SP Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators - D 1:62
RM-SU Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins - D 1:62

UD Game Jersey Set Checklist

48 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall odds - 1:48 hobby/retail packs, 1:480 blaster packs
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/15 (Hobby)
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 8

GJ-AB Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers - G 1:99
GJ-AK Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings - E 1,047
GJ-BH Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues - C 2,319
GJ-CG Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers - D 1,322
GJ-CK Chris Kreider - New York Rangers - G 1:99
GJ-CP Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks - F 117
GJ-CW Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes - G 1:99
GJ-DB Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets - F 117
GJ-DD Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings - D 1,322
GJ-DG Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs - A 588,924
GJ-DP Dion Phaneuf - Toronto Maple Leafs - D 1,322
GJ-DS Derek Stepan - New York Rangers - G 1:99
GJ-EK Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators - F 117
GJ-ES Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes - G 1:99
GJ-FA Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks - F 117
GJ-FF Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators - F 117
GJ-GF Grant Fuhr - Edmonton Oilers - C 2,319
GJ-GL Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche - F 117
GJ-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers - F 117
GJ-JC John Carlson - Washington Capitals - G 1:99
GJ-JO Roman Josi - Nashville Predators - F 117
GJ-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks - E 1,047
GJ-JQ Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings - G 1:99
GJ-JS Jeff Skinner - Carolina Hurricanes - G 1:99
GJ-JT Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg Jets - F 117
GJ-JV Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers - G 1:99
GJ-KE Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks - F 117
GJ-KH Kevin Hayes - New York Rangers - F 117
GJ-KL Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars - F 117
GJ-KR Niklas Kronwall - Detroit Red Wings - G 1:99
GJ-LC Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks - F 117
GJ-LE Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins - G 1:99
GJ-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins - G 1:99
GJ-MG Mikael Granlund - Minnesota Wild - G 1:99
GJ-MS Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets - G 1:99
GJ-OE Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes - F 117
GJ-PK Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins - F 117
GJ-PM Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks - G 1:99
GJ-PS P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens - F 117
GJ-RJ Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets - F 117
GJ-RL Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers - F 117
GJ-RS Ryan Strome - New York Islanders - F 117
GJ-SM Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers - G 1:99
GJ-SP Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars - G 1:99
GJ-SY Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings - B 18,846
GJ-TF Theoren Fleury - Calgary Flames - C 2,319
GJ-TR Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins - F 117
GJ-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars - E 1,047

UD Portraits - Rookies Set Checklist

50 cards
Overall odds: 1:6 hobby/retail packs, 1:12 blaster packs
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold #/99 (Hobby), Platinum Blue #/25 (Hobby)
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 9

P-61 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
P-62 Nick Cousins - Philadelphia Flyers
P-63 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-64 Colin Miller - Boston Bruins
P-65 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
P-66 Shane Prince - Ottawa Senators
P-67 Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Coyotes
P-68 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings
P-69 Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks
P-70 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
P-71 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
P-72 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
P-73 Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
P-74 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-75 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
P-76 Stefan Noesen - Anaheim Ducks
P-77 Connor Brickley - Florida Panthers
P-78 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
P-79 Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks
P-80 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
P-81 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
P-82 Anton Slepyshev - Edmonton Oilers
P-83 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
P-84 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
P-85 Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
P-86 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-87 Josh Anderson - Columbus Blue Jackets
P-88 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks
P-89 Stanislav Galiev - Washington Capitals
P-90 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
P-91 Slater Koekkoek - Tampa Bay Lightning
P-92 Kyle Baun - Chicago Blackhawks
P-93 Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings
P-94 Andrew Copp - Winnipeg Jets
P-95 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
P-96 Dylan DeMelo - San Jose Sharks
P-97 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars
P-98 Jean-Francois Berube - New York Islanders
P-99 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
P-100 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
P-101 Chandler Stephenson - Washington Capitals
P-102 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
P-103 Matt O'Connor - Ottawa Senators
P-104 Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
P-105 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
P-106 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
P-107 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
P-108 Sam Brittain - Florida Panthers
P-109 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
P-110 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks

UD Signatures Set Checklist

20 cards. Specific group odds noted below
Overall odds - 1:576 Hobby packs

UDS-AD Anthony Duclair - Arizona Coyotes - E 1:917
UDS-AL Anton Lander - Edmonton Oilers - C 1:5,322
UDS-BC Brett Connolly - Boston Bruins - B 1:14,879
UDS-BG Brandon Gormley - Colorado Avalanche - C 1:5,322
UDS-BH Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks - E 1:917
UDS-BO Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins - A 1:17,874
UDS-BS Brandon Sutter - Vancouver Canucks - D 1:2,988
UDS-CG Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers - B 1:14,879
UDS-CJ Calle Jarnkrok - Nashville Predators - E 1:917
UDS-CS Colton Sissons - Nashville Predators - E 1:917
UDS-ES Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes - A 1:17,874
UDS-JA Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues - D 1:2,988
UDS-JH Joey Hishon - Colorado Avalanche - D 1:2,988
UDS-JJ Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers - A 1:17,874
UDS-KL Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars - C 1:5,322
UDS-PH Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins - D 1:2,988
UDS-RS Ryan Sproul - Detroit Red Wings - C 1:5,322
UDS-TT Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings - E 1:917
UDS-VR Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes - E 1:917
UDS-VT Vincent Trocheck - Florida Panthers - E 1:917

Oversized Base Set Checklist

28 cards
Veterans - One per tin; Young Guns - One per Young Guns blaster box

20 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
44 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
62 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
68 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
85 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
102 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
110 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
119 John Tavares - New York Islanders
130 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
139 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
147 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
168 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
172 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
185 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
Young Guns
451 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
452 Charles Hudon - Montreal Canadiens
453 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
457 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
458 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
461 Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens
462 Hunter Shinkaruk - Vancouver Canucks
464 Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators
471 Louis Domingue - Arizona Coyotes
472 Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres
480 Garret Sparks - Toronto Maple Leafs
495 Shea Theodore - Anaheim Ducks
496 Nick Ritchie - Anaheim Ducks
499 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes

O-Pee-Chee Update Set Checklist

50 cards
Veterans odds - 1:24 hobby/retail packs, 1:48 blaster packs
Rookies odds - 1:6 hobby/retail packs, 1:12 blaster packs
PARALLEL CARDS: Rainbow Foil (Veterans odds 1:120 hobby/retail packs, 1:240 blaster packs; Rookies odds - 1:30 hobby/retail packs, 1:60 blaster packs), Rainbow Foil Black #/100, Red Border (Veterans odds 1:1,200 hobby packs; Rookies odds - 1:300 hobby packs)
RETRO UPDATE PARALLEL CARDS: Veterans odds - 1:42 hobby/retail packs, 1:84 blaster packs; Rookies odds - 1:17 hobby/retail packs, 1:34 blaster packs
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 102015-16 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards - e-Pack Release 11

U1 Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres
U2 Dougie Hamilton - Calgary Flames
U3 Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets
U4 Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars
U5 Mike Green - Detroit Red Wings
U6 Milan Lucic - Los Angeles Kings
U7 Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins
U8 Martin Jones - San Jose Sharks
U9 Troy Brouwer - St. Louis Blues
U10 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
U11 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
U12 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
U13 Connor Brickley - Florida Panthers
U14 Anton Slepyshev - Edmonton Oilers
U15 Dylan DeMelo - San Jose Sharks
U16 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
U17 Matt O'Connor - Ottawa Senators
U18 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
U19 Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks
U20 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
U21 Colin Miller - Boston Bruins
U22 Joel Edmundson - St. Louis Blues
U23 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins
U24 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
U25 Brock McGinn - Carolina Hurricanes
U26 Mike Condon - Montreal Canadiens
U27 Vincent Hinostroza - Chicago Blackhawks
U28 Sergei Kalinin - New Jersey Devils
U29 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
U30 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars
U31 Chris Wideman - Ottawa Senators
U32 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
U33 Joonas Kemppainen - Boston Bruins
U34 Tyler Randell - Boston Bruins
U35 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
U36 Jordan Weal - Los Angeles Kings
U37 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
U38 Chandler Stephenson - Washington Capitals
U39 Brendan Gaunce - Vancouver Canucks
U40 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
U41 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks
U42 Linus Ullmark - Buffalo Sabres
U43 Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings
U44 Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
U45 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
U46 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
U47 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
U48 Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks
U49 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
U50 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres

O-Pee-Chee Glossy Rookies Set Checklist

Inserted two to three cards per Mega Box Bonus Pack
PARALLEL CARDS: Red (1:4 Mega Bonus Packs), Black (1:18 Mega Bonus Packs)

R-1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
R-2 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
R-3 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
R-4 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
R-5 Jake Virtanen - Vancouver Canucks
R-6 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
R-7 Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens
R-8 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
R-9 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
R-10 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres

O-Pee-Chee Update Signatures Set Checklist

17 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall odds - 1:576 Hobby packs

US-CS Carl Soderberg - Colorado Avalanche - C 1:2,516
US-DD Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild - B 6,824
US-DL David Legwand - Buffalo Sabres - D 1:2,037
US-EE Emerson Etem - New York Rangers - E 1:1,562
US-GL Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche - C 1:2,516
US-JQ Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings - B 6,824
US-LA Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings - D 1:2,037
US-MB Matt Beleskey - Boston Bruins - C 1:2,516
US-MD Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche - C 1:2,516
US-MF Matt Fraser - Winnipeg Jets - E 1:1,562
US-NG Nikolay Goldobin - San Jose Sharks - C 1:2,516
US-OM Olli Maatta - Pittsburgh Penguins - A 16,476
US-RR Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks - A 16,476
US-RS Ryan Spooner - Boston Bruins - D 1:2,037
US-SR Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres - D 1:2,037
US-SU Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild - B 6,824
US-VT Vincent Trocheck - Florida Panthers - E 1:1,562

Update/Buybacks Set Checklist

2010-11 Upper Deck Buyback Autos - Base Set 444 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals #/ 12
2011-12 Upper Deck Buyback Autos - UD Canvas Retired C241 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers #/ 5
2012-13 Upper Deck Update - Hockey Heroes 1960's Autographs HH18 Brad Park - Boston Bruins #/ 15
2014-15 Masterpieces Update - Autographs 24 Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators
2014-15 Masterpieces Update - Autographs 50 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
2014-15 Masterpieces Update - Autographs 68 Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars

More Info

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Trey is a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options.

User Reviews


Somebody on the e-pack site claimed that Upper Deck kept the Series I to 20% of the production run. I did not inquire if that included the inserts, assumed they meant box/case distribution.

Additionally, it was pointed out that Upper Deck is charging more per box on their site (by me). Somebody stated that may be a strategy to help the retailers out, since their prices are lower and people should be going to them for product (or card shows). May be possible (don’t shoot the messenger).

If the 20% is true, then I don’t understand why card companies aren’t giving out production #’s of everything. If I go through another spell of the 1990’s where there were SO MANY Shaq Topps printed and devalued (like our American currency in QE these past few years), then I will stop purchasing completely and merely indicate to folks it’s totally useless to support any of the companies.

Who knows w/ licensing and Panini (foreign company) joining the market, what we may be in store in the future – hope for the best everyone, like my boss says at work… :)


Any details on the Goal Tribute cards? Checklist above shows a 600 goal card for Iginla, but epack checklist has a Goal Tribute checklist (vs 600 goal) with Iginla and Ovechkin (500 goals). Are these auto, memorabilia, or just plain insert?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Josh Iginla is a basic insert. Have not seen anything for Ovechkin. Not everything extends across both physical and ePack formats.


Codey makes excellent point above. UD will have much higher profit margin on epack so it makes sense for them to load epack with more “hits” to push people in that direction. It might be subtle and unannounced but it most certainly will be the case.


With this recent e-pack feature, It has greatly affected my thirst to purchase wax. Upperdeck says the odds are still the same to pull the “rare” hits, which is only true if you purchase both epacks and physical packs. If one only purchases one type, the odds are highly affected. And not only are they affected but without any reference on how much. There are no numbers stating what the overall percentages of how much more wax boxes/packs/cases are over the epacks… or vise versa. It’s worse then when Upperdeck split hobby//retail. I buy the occasional card of favorite player on the secondary market, but wont be continuing to purchase cases/boxes/packs in the near future. Good luck with the breaks!

Ned waitt
Ned waitt

Does upper deck ever change designs. The last 3 years look the same. Upper deck has ruined hockey cards. It is to hard to collect rookie cards. They need to add 2 or 4 more young guns per box. Too many doubles and the canvas cards are a joke. Who wants a common player canvas card. The sportcard hobby is a disgrace anymore. Kids can not collect cards. Hobby boxes that are priced higher than 50 dollars should guarantee a 25$ plus card hit. I bought 3 series 2 2014/15 hockey boxes. I did get one hit over 10 dollars. No Gotisbehere,Nurse,Klingberg,Drouin,Horvat,Vashilevsky,or Gibson. Your kidding me upper deck I am no longer a fan of upper deck hockey cards. Buyers beware they floss Eichel’s name. 1 in every 1000 box might have one. They puposely under produce the stars so you can even pull a young gun double in same box. Upper deck ruined baseball card collecting now it will infect hockey cards.


As expected. Weaker YGs than series 1, but still a pretty solid product.

I agree as too many no names in the yg but opened 2 cases ,The first case was awesome ,pulled 3 Eickles(yg) and the McDavid canvas.I opened the 2nd case and was about what a normal case should be 1 Eickle,got 4 autos out of 2 cases as well as canvas progam of excellent but no rookie material McDavid.I agree with the rest of you about e-cards as bought so cause of bordom,pulled a McDavid YG but this is flooding the market because of greed and devaluating All good pulls.My son in law bought a tin at Wal-Mart and pulled an Eickel but in my opinion Eickles are easyer to pull than McD


Got some retail packs and a tin and I pulled some decent cards. Pavelski jersey card, a Koekkoek canvas POE card, Theodore YG, Domi portraits were the HL. But UD screwed me on the tin as many packs had 7 cards and not 8. Too many rookies I’ve never heard of or have barely played a game. The OPC inserts are pretty much worthless. The odds of getting an Eichel YG or mcdavid canvas must be astronomical or you’d have to buy a case or two…or 10. I enjoy collecting and pulling that great card is awesome but UD needs to get its act together.


Cheaper way to get Young Guns. I saw the tins and retail boxes at Toys r Us today. They were not in Walmart yet.


Me and my brother just got three tins straight from upper deck and we didn’t get a single jersey card! several cards were not cut properly, this upper deck stuff is just ridiculous, two of the tins had identical young guns! we did get a mcdavid o-pee-chee and panarin retro. but still three stars for me!


HH> the retail only just came out yesterday so i’m not sure that there would be any at walmart yet.


Thanks Trey. That’s what I thought.

Went looking for retail at 2 Walmarts yesterday and there wasn’t any on the shelves. There also wasn’t any room on the shelves as both stores were loaded with 30 to 40 boxes of Series 1 Parkhurst boxes and about the same amount of oversized YG’s boxes.

First time I have been in a Walmart since just after xmas. Wasn’t expecting to see that. They really do make a lot of this stuff.

Has anyone seen retail yet?

Jeff P
Jeff P

I am not so sure this is over-produced versus produced to order unlike last year Series 2 where the tough inserts were coming out in droves. The YG checklist is weak but that has often been a criticism of 2nd series releases. McDavid has raised the prices for product to be true but there is still a lot to like. Love? No – but like. My guess would be that at $10/box cheaper there wouldn’t be as much agita


Hi Trey,

What is the Mega Box? I’m guessing it is the Series 2 Walmart exclusive box like the Series 1 Parkhurst?


Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

HH I heard from UD and the Mega Box is an exclusive format found only at Walmart. Each box includes one three-card pack of the OPC Glossy Rookies.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

HH I have a question out to UD about it and will update if I hear anything back.


Kevin man, Trey just passed the info. I understand though where you’re coming from. UD is absolutely garbage this year. I know full well that this is lottery and I never complained about my specific pulls in a break. I’m talking about QC and customer services and overproduction. I’m talking about the fact that they take advantage of their customers because they are the only one there on the market. NHL should not accept monopoly on their products and they should always have at least two companies producing cards.

Mark, you’re not the only one there. I complained to UD because after I opened a case of Team Canada Juniors this year I was missing 18-19 of the base cards. Can you imagine that??!! I called them and they told me they will send me one copy of each of the missing cards. Like that will help! But guess what? Up to this day, I saw none of those cards.

So yes, I understand why people are getting frustrated…


Kevin C. >> I think the information was just passed on to you. This site is perfect for information on product, lists and surprises.
I agree that Upper Deck is now terrible at customer service. I just sent them a list of complaints about Trilogy. 2 weeks later I am still depressed on the product that I spent big bucks on. Looking forward to seeing the response.
Keep on going after Upper Deck and speak with your local dealer. This new epack thing is a slap in the face to the dealers selling cards.
We keep on buying and Upper Deck makes money, if more people start complaining maybe things will change since hockey is Upper Deck’s main product.
I did not notice any damaged cards in my 2 cases of series 2 but you should see Trilogy. The stickers with auto’s look like 3 year old kids placed them on. For a high end product, it is embarassing, but my bad I did not do more homework on Trilogy.
Trey Treutel >> I love this site and information. Lists are great and information is always right on. Too bad you were not running Upper Deck, lol.

Kevin C.
Kevin C.

Trey Treutel >> Seriously??? “Announcing it” is NO excuse. It should NOT have happened to begin with. The High Gloss cards are so valuable they should NEVER have had an error like that. That wasn’t picked up before or during production??? Give me a break. The defense of Upper Deck is just plain pathetic and sad. Error after error. AND there are also people with damaged cards straight out of the pack and UD told them too bad — not replacing them. Even with VIDEO evidence. UD already got their money, so screw the customer. In 5 years I’ll start collecting again. And NOT with Upper Deck!!!

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Kevin C. I was simply passing along the information provided to me.


Welcome back to 1990


Opened a second case today and did much better. 6 UD Canvas Young Guns, 2 UD Program of Excellence (Domi, Gaunce), 1 UD Portraits/99, 1 Acetate, 1 Retired UD Canvas, 1 Day with the Cup, 1 Young Guns High Gloss, 4 Ud Exclusives including 1 Young Guns/100, 1 Masterpieces auto (Johansen), three McDavid cards (opc-base, rainbow and UD Exclusives).
Still no McDavid UD Canvas. Out of the Overtime packs I did get a Rick Nash auto numbered out of 3. So that was cool.

Ed M.
Ed M.

Some observations after opening four hobby boxes today.

Love the distribution of Young Guns. Had an issue collecting the same guys over and over again in Series 1. Today, four boxes = 24 unique Young Guns.

Eichel/McDavid: One box contained an Eichel Rookie Materials, Portrait, and Young Gun cards. McDavid turned up on an OPC card in one box and a Canvas Young Guns checklist.

Each box had the standard jersey relic (including the Eichel), but also picked up a Kyle Turris Masterpieces Signature.

Completed two full base sets, with a third that’s pretty close.

Other notes:

1 Clearcut Superstar (McKinnon)
A Domi OPC Marquee Rookie
Portrait rookies of Galiev and Panarin.
2 UD Exclusives (Higgins & a Devils rookie I can neither spell nor pronounce), #’ed out of 100.
A Larkin OPC rookie.
3 Young Guns Canvas cards (including the McDavid checklist)
A Brendan Gaunce Program of Excellence Canvas.

Overall we are very pleased. Not sure I’ll chase the remaining Young Guns, may just try to find them in bulk at a show or on eBay. Happy with the Eichels after pulling two McDavid YGs in Series 1 out of one hobby box and four tins.


Been collecting Upper Deck for 2 years now. After a better outlook in 2014 product has dipped the past two years in a row. Don’t understand why Gudlevskis or Makarov weren’t included in the last couple of sets. Now they’re leaving out Meier, Nylander and Korpisalo out of this set just to name a few. Didn’t include Austin Watson?? This product is barely average. 20 really desirable cards, 6 or 7 I might consider. The rest just plain suck. WHAT THE HELL???


Collect the error cards, they are so over produced that in 2095 they might be worth something. Above comments are spot on. #UDJunk


Bad, bad, bad. From the poor checklist to the absolutely horrible quality control. And yes, they overproduced again. 1 star for me.


Why is Adam Oates included in the 1000 Point Club when is was included in the 1000 Point Club cards last year? Seems like a rather large mistake. At least they used a different photo.


I wish that somebody would/could take away upper decks nhl license… AND GIVE IT BACK TO PANINI!!


* Mark

They have a 5 years contract starting with 2014-15.

I opened 3 cases and had no McDavid Canvas.

Kevin C.
Kevin C.

I stand corrected on the unlabelled High Gloss. It was not Ryan Hartman, it was Brock McGinn of Carolina. The player wasn’t obviously the point, but I will correct the name of the player. At least I CORRECT my mistakes……

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Kevin C. Upper Deck did reveal right before release that the YG High Gloss callouts were missing but elected to include them so as to not delay the product.


What a joke !! Watched 3 cases being opened and 1 had no Eichel YG. 1 had 5 Mcdavids which is good but what about getting all the YG like years past. Just that makes me reluctant to even try a box. Will still buy 14-15 and earlier because those cases were well put together with all the young guns so you knew that by buying the case you would end up with a full set unlike 15-16. UD you have overstayed your welcome in hockey.

Kevin C.
Kevin C.

Again, the quality control at UD is down the toilet, just like in Black Diamond. FIRST day released, so far, a Ryan Hartman High Gloss Young GunS /10. They didn’t actually put “HIGH GLOSS” on the card. The best one….The “Program of Excellence” cards. Look nice right? Check out the card for Sam Bennett. IT HAS SAM REINHART PICTURED. Are you SERIOUS??? AGAIN??? What in the hell is wrong with UD?? They obviously DON’T know hockey….they only know the word “McDavid”. UD is SO screwed next year. And they deserve it. And Portrait after Portrait after Portrait….ENOUGH ALREADY!! If you get 5 Portraits of the same player in a case, MAYBE THERE ARE TOO MANY MADE!! Instead of using a little ingenuity and making a nice new design or anything, just fill the packs up with Portraits. It’s pathetic. And to all that say “don’t like it , don’t buy it”, no worries — I’m not buying ANY of this crap. I watched 2 hours of a break and saw enough of the stupidity. Until Panini comes back, UD can shove it where the sun don’t shine. YOU don’t care about your final product, I SURE as hell don’t care to buy it. I thought the Program of Excellence cards looked well made, but to put the WRONG PLAYER on it?? Inexcusable. GET IT TOGETHER UD FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!


I do not think Upper Deck does care. They are making money because we are still buying. This epack thing is just a slap in the face to the Card Stores.

I am still depressed about my wasted money on the Trilogy garbage I purchased two weeks ago. I would of been better off spending this money on Upper Deck Series 2. It is loaded with rookie cards.

They say the ratio is the same but you only get three UD Exclusives per case and in my case no High Gloss. If you read up on Upper Deck, they actually did some shady things in the past and no longer have NFL, MLB or NBA. They are lucky to have the NHL and must of let many staff go with less product to make. This is probably why their customer service sucks these days.

Does anyone know how much longer they have the NHL contract.

We should start complaining to the card stores. It sucks for them too because Upper Deck keeps raising the price for boxes with less cards in them.

What is the ratio of McDavid UD Canvas cards per case? I had 6 UD Canvas Young guns in my case but did not get the McDavid.



10.000 would be great. Let’s think about this. We all agree that every case has in average at least once every rookie in the set. 50 rookies in the set, 48 young guns per case. Now, 10.000 cases I think were sold, opened or used in breaks in the Province of Quebec only, where I live. With this planned overproduction, my guess is the number are much, much more higher than that.

Mark M
Mark M

Same as every year, flagship product but nothing spectacular. Yes series 1 was loaded with more of the good rookies but that is hardly different from other years. Photography not as good as previous years, especially for canvas cards.

Can’t help but laugh at the comments above – of course upper deck is a for profit business that just wants to maximize profits. But judging by the comments above so are most of the people buying their cards. No “value”, can’t turn a profit, cards aren’t “worth as much”, etc. Cracking wax has always been a money losing proposition. If the value of the cards inside the box was more than the box itself UD, Panini, etc would just sell single cards now wouldn’t they.

Buy singles if you don’t like it or do us a favor and just leave this hobby you seem to hate so much.


hey upper deck, good luck in 16-17 you think Austin Mathews is going to generate this much hype, you guys are done, you ruined it in 15-16, next year you will starve and eventually lose the nhl license just like you lost every other sport…..


This product is and should be just average product and packs should be no more then $3.50 a pack. But the Mc David Bonanza has driven it to a cash cow for some. just like stock market sell high when every one is buying and make some good coin.
The best thing would be if Upper Deck would just number the Young Guns Rookies and you will all be surprised what the print runs are 10000 or more per card just like the 1990s. If these rookies carry a value say 20.00 should it not then be a short print rookie of 50 copies have 5 times the value. the less are printed the less can go around thus in the long run short printed cards where it be rookies or jerseys or autographs will have a greater value then cards printed to numbers to 10000 or more. I good example is the DONRUSS ELITE CARDS from the 1990s copies 10000 per card were selling for $50.00 plus back then why cause the hype and now you find on ebay for 5.00.


The planning for this product and structure is laughable. I bought one box and will not buy another. I finally am done giving UD any more money. The Series 1 Epack debacle (which has totally destroyed value) and how terrible SP Game Used was..and now this. Does anyone at Upper Deck care anymore? who is running the company these days? Is anyone listening??


There are acetate young guns on Ebay


I didn’t hear about e-pack until recently as I was looking at some cards on eBay. I didn’t see any mention of it on release of Series 1. I think it was a new idea after mass producing S1 so much. They had to come up with an idea to sell all the cards!!

I don’t think it was listed under S1 on this site to be released on a certain date. But I could be wrong.


I don’t think this years S2 will bring the same hit ratio as previous years. With Eichel, Hanafin and McDavid Canvas they will mass produce S2. Will be interesting to see what people say. I won’t spend a dime on it, just buy what I want on eBay. A lot of people clearly have an in on getting product cheap. Or have a lot of spare change!

I just found out an E-pack is more proof that they mass produce they crap out of this crap! You can buy e-packs online and boxes and cases and have the hits mailed to you. And trade in so many hit cards for a rare card. It’s just greed, money, money, money. Must piss off the Hobby Shops. A month isn’t that long after release.

dennis s
dennis s

what the hell is an e pack?


On one hand epacks definitely takes away the trill of opening the cards. Also the shipping UD charges is outrageous. I paid 17 USD to Canada and selected rapid (one day) it came two and half weeks later. Also they sleeved every card and used two toploaders together in a team bag. I hit a McDavid and it wasn’t even toploaders. That’s straight bush league. I only did cause I hit the McDavid. The pros to epacks are that you can get a box for a decent price as on eBay they go for around 150-160 cnd dlvd. Also if you were one of the first to get foil cards and put them on eBay, then you could make some money on the secondary market. Also the impression and greatness cards could sell well on eBay if you were to have them up first. But at the end of the day I’d still like to have the physical card in my hand intstantly when I break the product that is in front of me.

‘I know I have looked at this page before but I do not remember seeing a notice about some of the product being held for e-pack. If they just put that notice there recently, and someone like me ordered a case of series two before the notice was placed, is that even legal? Wouldn’t it be false advertising? I know I do not believe in e-pack, they are not cards, they are just pictures on a computer to me. If the notice was there since we could pre order, I stand correct. I will be very disappointed if it’s true, I like collecting upper deck.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

lck We are not Upper Deck. I added that recently to this page as a courtesy to collectors who may not have been aware. Upper Deck originally announced the e-Pack format and the fact that Series 2 would be included during All-Star Weekend.


I know your site and many others say the release date is tomorrow (17th) but I’m hearing many also say it’s supposed to come out on Thursday (18th) just wanted to know if you have any clarification on this.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Zach Actually updated this morning to the 18th as shown above.


I don’t like that Upper deck downsized the blaster packs to five cards.


Price per box based on content is brutal.
Sets with YG’s on EBAY for 300-350 on pre-buys already make cases useless.
Chase cards YG exclusives and High Gloss will make up for not buying a case for me. EBAY here I come for my series 2…


wow, I agree Adrian, used to spend a lot on boxes, I cant believe how much money I wasted on upper deck cards, your right hockey is saving them so they are maximizing their profits, I noticed the guys working at the upper deck booth at the expo had this attitude like were all stupid and crazy for opening so much product rather than thanking us that they have a job. iam completely turned off as well and will continue to just buy pc cards online rather than opening boxes




What is there more to say? The checklist looks horrible. They should have thought to equilibrate it a bit. They put all the cream in the Series 1 and now we are left with a lot of unknown players. The portraits, the jerseys and the OPC update save it a bit, but it’s still a 2 stars product for me, for the moment.


How about this for a prediction, I bet upperdeck will put all the young guns and all the pretrade or trade deadline players in another subset of 100 cards that will be put into another product. Just like last year. What do you think Rick.

I’m from Pittsburgh so not happy with the fact there are no Penguins in the Young Guns. There were at least 3 if not more rookies they could have chosen from. Also several new Penguins that didn’t get a card in this series.


Upper Deck really did not give a s*** who they picked to go into the young gun set for series 2.


Who picked the Young Guns for Series 2? Could they have checked who would be a rookie this year, instead of picking nobodies who play one or two games and get shelved for the rest of the season. Arizona has more than just Domi! Martinook? Dahlbec? And how about Edmonton there are at least 2 more players that have more games than the player that they picked. There are also 5 teams without young guns in series 2! I am pretty sure they could have carried over at least one Calgary player. Is not Rust a rookie for Pittsburgh? Let’s just say I am very disappointed and so are my three sons. We as a whole, will not spend another dime on upper deck this year.


What would the Mega Box Bonus pack mean?


fewer hits……….people will catch on…greeeeeeeed!

why…..strange player pictures,
need more game pictures not
pictures looking at the ice, etc

not impressed except for the young guns


i completely finished series 1. i dont know if i am going to collect this just based on morals of not buying from greedy pigs.


I am always a fan of S2. Always brings better value rather than series 1. The e-pack thing is a big joke. Shows you how much upper deck really cares about the well being of the hobby, as well as how overproduced S1 is.


What is an e-pack??

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

I’m thinking of boycotting this product because of epack. People have been getting way better hits and more frequency on epack than I got in 10 cases of series 1 I tell u. The greed is ridiculous.


and lets not forget when buying Hobby boxes they will be holding back cards again to put towards their e-packs!!! So we all know when the distributors say its sold out and raise the prices the following weeks. Its a lie!!!


I know you always get big hits on the hobby but I’m more able to buy the tins. I was disappointed that series 1 had no real hits on anything but the hobby, I’m assuming series 2 will be same ???


Edwin – Upper Deck has not announced the inclusion of the Acetate Young Guns in previous recent releases, making them an unannounced “surprise” for the products they are included in. I would expect them to continue that this year.

I’m looking forward to seeing the checklist this year’s Series 2. I expect it will be, to no one’s surprise, heavy on McDavid, Eichel, Domi, Ehlers, et al.


will there be Acetate Young Guns released for this years product??


So…portraits in series 1 AND 2?

That is too many portraits

Daivd Hollingsworth
Daivd Hollingsworth

Glad to see them add the OPC Rainbow and Black Rainbows this year.

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