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2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Cards

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Cards

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2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey has all the hallmarks the flagship release is known for. Young Guns are the big one, but there's the premium but affordable feel that goes with the rest of it. Hobby boxes have six rookie cards, several inserts and the promise of one memorabilia card.

Keeping up with recent years, the base set has 200 cards. The Young Guns rookie cards are tacked onto this. Although 50 is the common size for the rookie subset, the final number won't be known until the season starts and Upper Deck knows how many players are eligible to appear. This includes Connor McDavid, Jack Eichel, Dylan Strome and other 2015 draft picks. Young Guns fall 1:4 hobby packs or six per box.

Both the base cards and rookies have two parallels. Exclusives are numbered to 100 while High Gloss Spectrum have ten copies each.

UD Canvas, a parallel-insert hybrid, return. Almost like a separate set within the set, these have a similar but different checklist to the main set. In the past, cards have different images. They get their name from the canvas-like stock they're printed on. UD Canvas cards combine to land 1:6 hobby packs. Canvas Young Guns are 1:48 packs.

The number of memorabilia cards drop from two down to one per hobby box in 2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey. However, they tradeoff is bigger swatches. Most boxes have a UD Game Jerseys card. As with previous years, these have patch versions numbered to 15. The A Piece of History Line continues with more 1,000 Point Club and 300 Wins Club jersey cards. Both are inserted 1:2,400 hobby packs. 300 Win Club Patch cards are numbered to 10.

As far as autographs go, they're difficult to pull with Signature Sensations appearing every 288 hobby packs. There are also serial numbered UD Canvas Signatures.

Other inserts in 2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey should be familiar to those who have collected the brand in recent years. Shining Stars once again have a tiered structure. Centers are inserted 1:16 packs while wingers are one per hobby box. Hobby boxes also have Legends, which are every other hobby box. There are also Goalies, but they're found in retail tins. All Shining Stars inserts have Royal Blue parallels.

Taking a similar approach with short prints are the Portraits inserts. While there are four per box, some types are easier to find than others. Veterans are 1:7.5 packs. Rookies and Legends are both 1:60 packs. Portraits have Gold (#/25 for veterans and legends, #/99 for rookies) and Blue (#/5 for veterans and legends, #/25 for rookies) parallels.

Acetate Clear Cut cards are case hits. They come in the following tiers: Superstars (1:360 hobby packs), Honored Members Update (#/100), Foundations (#/25) and Leaders (#/10).

UPDATE: It has been announced that Series 1 will be included in the e-Pack program and is available in that format now.

Product Configuration: 24 packs per box, 8 cards per pack
Price Point: Mid-End Hockey Card
Target Audience: Set Builders, Rookie Card Collectors, Young Guns Fans

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box Break

  • 1 Memorabilia Card
  • 2 Shining Stars Inserts
  • 4 Portraits Inserts
  • 4 UD Canvas Inserts
  • 6 Young Guns Rookie Cards
  • 192 Total Cards
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Set Checklist

2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Set Checklist

Base Set Checklist

250 cards. #201-250 are Young Guns short prints (inserted 1:4 hobby/retail packs; 1:5 blaster packs).

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PARALLEL CARDS: Exclusives #/100 (Hobby), High Gloss #/10 (Hobby), Printing Plates 1/1 (Hobby)
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1 Cam Fowler - Anaheim Ducks
2 Frederik Andersen - Anaheim Ducks
3 Hampus Lindholm - Anaheim Ducks
4 Sami Vatanen - Anaheim Ducks
5 Pat Maroon - Anaheim Ducks
6 Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
7 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
8 Martin Hanzal - Arizona Coyotes
9 Michael Stone - Arizona Coyotes
10 Mike Smith - Arizona Coyotes
11 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
12 Joe Vitale - Arizona Coyotes
13 Shane Doan - Arizona Coyotes
14 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
15 David Krejci - Boston Bruins
16 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
17 Dennis Seidenberg - Boston Bruins
18 Loui Eriksson - Boston Bruins
19 Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins
20 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
21 Brian Gionta - Buffalo Sabres
22 Nicolas Deslauriers - Buffalo Sabres
23 Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres
24 Marcus Foligno - Buffalo Sabres
25 Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres
26 Tyler Ennis - Buffalo Sabres
27 Dennis Wideman - Calgary Flames
28 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
29 Joe Colborne - Calgary Flames
30 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
31 Jonas Hiller - Calgary Flames
32 Karri Ramo - Calgary Flames
33 Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes
34 Elias Lindholm - Carolina Hurricanes
35 Jeff Skinner - Carolina Hurricanes
36 Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes
37 Nathan Gerbe - Carolina Hurricanes
38 Andrew Shaw - Chicago Blackhawks
39 Bryan Bickell - Chicago Blackhawks
40 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
41 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
42 Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks
43 Niklas Hjalmarsson - Chicago Blackhawks
44 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
45 Tyson Barrie - Colorado Avalanche
46 Erik Johnson - Colorado Avalanche
47 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
48 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche
49 Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche
50 Brandon Dubinsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
51 Cam Atkinson - Columbus Blue Jackets
52 David Savard - Columbus Blue Jackets
53 Jack Johnson - Columbus Blue Jackets
54 Matt Calvert - Columbus Blue Jackets
55 Scott Hartnell - Columbus Blue Jackets
56 Nick Foligno - Columbus Blue Jackets
57 Ales Hemsky - Dallas Stars
58 Antoine Roussel - Dallas Stars
59 Alex Goligoski - Dallas Stars
60 John Klingberg - Dallas Stars
61 Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars
62 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
63 Danny DeKeyser - Detroit Red Wings
64 Darren Helm - Detroit Red Wings
65 Riley Sheahan - Detroit Red Wings
66 Jonathan Ericsson - Detroit Red Wings
67 Niklas Kronwall - Detroit Red Wings
68 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
69 Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings
70 Ben Scrivens - Edmonton Oilers
71 Benoit Pouliot - Edmonton Oilers
72 Teddy Purcell - Edmonton Oilers
73 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
74 Matt Hendricks - Edmonton Oilers
75 Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers
76 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
77 Brian Campbell - Florida Panthers
78 Dave Bolland - Florida Panthers
79 Erik Gudbranson - Florida Panthers
80 Jussi Jokinen - Florida Panthers
81 Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers
82 Dustin Brown - Los Angeles Kings
83 Jake Muzzin - Los Angeles Kings
84 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
85 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
86 Marian Gaborik - Los Angeles Kings
87 Tanner Pearson - Los Angeles Kings
88 Trevor Lewis - Los Angeles Kings
89 Jared Spurgeon - Minnesota Wild
90 Jason Zucker - Minnesota Wild
91 Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild
92 Nino Niederreiter - Minnesota Wild
93 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
94 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
95 Andrei Markov - Montreal Canadiens
96 Tomas Plekanec - Montreal Canadiens
97 David Desharnais - Montreal Canadiens
98 Alexei Emelin - Montreal Canadiens
99 Lars Eller - Montreal Canadiens
100 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
101 Nathan Beaulieu - Montreal Canadiens
102 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
103 Carter Hutton - Nashville Predators
104 Eric Nystrom - Nashville Predators
105 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
106 James Neal - Nashville Predators
107 Seth Jones - Nashville Predators
108 Mike Fisher - Nashville Predators
109 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
110 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
111 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
112 Andy Greene - New Jersey Devils
113 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
114 Michael Cammalleri - New Jersey Devils
115 Patrik Elias - New Jersey Devils
116 Travis Zajac - New Jersey Devils
117 Frans Nielsen - New York Islanders
118 Jaroslav Halak - New York Islanders
119 John Tavares - New York Islanders
120 Josh Bailey - New York Islanders
121 Nikolai Kulemin - New York Islanders
122 Ryan Strome - New York Islanders
123 Travis Hamonic - New York Islanders
124 Keith Yandle - New York Rangers
125 Derek Stepan - New York Rangers
126 Chris Kreider - New York Rangers
127 Daniel Girardi - New York Rangers
128 Derick Brassard - New York Rangers
129 Marc Staal - New York Rangers
130 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
131 Ryan McDonagh - New York Rangers
132 Clarke MacArthur - Ottawa Senators
133 Cody Ceci - Ottawa Senators
134 Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators
135 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
136 Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators
137 Mika Zibanejad - Ottawa Senators
138 Brayden Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers
139 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
140 Mark Streit - Philadelphia Flyers
141 Matt Read - Philadelphia Flyers
142 R.J. Umberger - Philadelphia Flyers
143 Michael Del Zotto - Philadelphia Flyers
144 Derrick Pouliot - Pittsburgh Penguins
145 Chris Kunitz - Pittsburgh Penguins
146 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
147 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
148 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
149 David Perron - Pittsburgh Penguins
150 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
151 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
152 Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
153 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
154 Marc-Edouard Vlasic - San Jose Sharks
155 Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks
156 Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
157 Alex Pietrangelo - St. Louis Blues
158 Alexander Steen - St. Louis Blues
159 David Backes - St. Louis Blues
160 Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues
161 Kevin Shattenkirk - St. Louis Blues
162 Patrik Berglund - St. Louis Blues
163 Jori Lehtera - St. Louis Blues
164 Alex Killorn - Tampa Bay Lightning
165 Brian Boyle - Tampa Bay Lightning
166 Jonathan Drouin - Tampa Bay Lightning
167 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
168 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
169 Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
170 Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning
171 James Reimer - Toronto Maple Leafs
172 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
173 Joffrey Lupul - Toronto Maple Leafs
174 Leo Komarov - Toronto Maple Leafs
175 Morgan Rielly - Toronto Maple Leafs
176 Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs
177 Tyler Bozak - Toronto Maple Leafs
178 Christopher Tanev - Vancouver Canucks
179 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
180 Alexandre Burrows - Vancouver Canucks
181 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
182 Jannik Hansen - Vancouver Canucks
183 Derek Dorsett - Vancouver Canucks
184 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
185 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
186 Brooks Orpik - Washington Capitals
187 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
188 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
189 Matt Niskanen - Washington Capitals
190 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
191 Jay Beagle - Washington Capitals
192 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
193 Bryan Little - Winnipeg Jets
194 Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets
195 Mathieu Perreault - Winnipeg Jets
196 Ondrej Pavelec - Winnipeg Jets
197 Tobias Enstrom - Winnipeg Jets
198 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
199 Filip Forsberg/Duncan Keith CL - Nashville/Chicago
200 Rick Nash/P.K. Subban CL - New York/Montreal
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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 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
232 Ben Hutton - Vancouver Canucks
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
250 Connor McDavid/Sam Bennett CL - Edmonton/Calgary

Canvas Set Checklist

120 cards
Base Odds - 1:6 hobby/retail, 1:12 blaster packs
Young Guns Odds - 1:47 hobby/retail, 1:96 blaster packs
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Base Canvas
C1 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
C2 Cam Fowler - Anaheim Ducks
C3 Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks
C4 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
C5 Mike Smith - Arizona Coyotes
C6 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
C7 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
C8 Loui Eriksson - Boston Bruins
C9 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
C10 Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres
C11 Tyler Ennis - Buffalo Sabres
C12 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
C13 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
C14 Jonas Hiller - Calgary Flames
C15 Karri Ramo - Calgary Flames
C16 Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes
C17 Elias Lindholm - Carolina Hurricanes
C18 Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes
C19 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
C20 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
C21 Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks
C22 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
C23 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche
C24 Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche
C25 Scott Hartnell - Columbus Blue Jackets
C26 Brandon Dubinsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
C27 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
C28 Kari Lehtonen - Dallas Stars
C29 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
C30 Niklas Kronwall - Detroit Red Wings
C31 Danny DeKeyser - Detroit Red Wings
C32 Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings
C33 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
C34 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
C35 Ben Scrivens - Edmonton Oilers
C36 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
C37 Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers
C38 Jussi Jokinen - Florida Panthers
C39 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
C40 Marian Gaborik - Los Angeles Kings
C41 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
C42 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
C43 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
C44 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
C45 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
C46 Lars Eller - Montreal Canadiens
C47 Devante Smith-Pelly - Montreal Canadiens
C48 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
C49 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
C50 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
C51 Mike Fisher - Nashville Predators
C52 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
C53 Michael Cammalleri - New Jersey Devils
C54 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
C55 John Tavares - New York Islanders
C56 Jaroslav Halak - New York Islanders
C57 Ryan Strome - New York Islanders
C58 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
C59 Derick Brassard - New York Rangers
C60 Keith Yandle - New York Rangers
C61 Chris Kreider - New York Rangers
C62 Clarke MacArthur - Ottawa Senators
C63 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
C64 Kyle Turris - Ottawa Senators
C65 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
C66 Wayne Simmonds - Philadelphia Flyers
C67 Matt Read - Philadelphia Flyers
C68 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
C69 David Perron - Pittsburgh Penguins
C70 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
C71 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
C72 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
C73 Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks
C74 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
C75 David Backes - St. Louis Blues
C76 Alexander Steen - St. Louis Blues
C77 Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues
C78 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
C79 Jonathan Drouin - Tampa Bay Lightning
C80 Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning
C81 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
C82 Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs
C83 Morgan Rielly - Toronto Maple Leafs
C84 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
C85 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
C86 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
C87 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
C88 Ondrej Pavelec - Winnipeg Jets
C89 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
C90 Jonathan Toews/Steven Stamkos CL - Chicago/Tampa Bay
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C91 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
C92 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
C93 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
C94 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks
C95 Andrew Copp - Winnipeg Jets
C96 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
C97 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
C98 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
C99 Mattias Janmark - Dallas Stars
C100 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
C101 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
C102 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
C103 Colin Miller - Boston Bruins
C104 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
C105 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings
C106 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators
C107 Stanislav Galiev - Washington Capitals
C108 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
C109 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
C110 Daniel Sprong - Pittsburgh Penguins
C111 Ronalds Kenins - Vancouver Canucks
C112 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
C113 Antoine Bibeau - Toronto Maple Leafs
C114 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
C115 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
C116 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
C117 Sergei Plotnikov - Pittsburgh Penguins
C118 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
C119 Nicolas Petan - Winnipeg Jets
C120 Jack Eichel/Dylan Larkin CL - Sabres/Red Wings

Canvas Signatures Set Checklist

CA-RN Rick Nash - New York Rangers #/61

2015 NHL Draft SP's Set Checklist

SP Odds - 1:4,000 h, 1:10,000 r, 1:20,000 b
SP Autograph Odds - 1:35,395 Hobby
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SP-1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
SP-2 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
SP-1A Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers (Autograph)

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

6 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall 1:2,400 Hobby
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PC-JI Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche - D 1:3,996
PC-MD Marcel Dionne - Los Angeles Kings - C 1:9,590
PC-MM Mike Modano - Dallas Stars - A 1:47,952
PC-SL Steve Larmer - Chicago Blackhawks - C 1:9,590
PC-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks - B 1:24,218
PC-VD Vincent Damphousse - Montreal Canadiens - D 1:3,996

A Piece of History 300 Win Club Relics Set Checklist

6 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall 1:2,400 Hobby
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/10 (Hobby)
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300-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers - B 1:3,400
300-JV John Vanbiesbrouck - New York Rangers - A 1:8,160
300-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins - B 1:3,400
300-RM Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks - B 1:3,400
300-TB Tom Barrasso - Pittsburgh Penguins - A 1:8,160
300-TS Terry Sawchuk - Detroit Red Wings - A 1:8,160

Clear Cut Foundations Set Checklist

30 cards. Serial numbered #/25.
Hobby only
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CCF-1 Corey Perry/Jakob Silfverberg - Anaheim
CCF-2 Mikkel Boedker/Tobias Rieder - Arizona
CCF-3 Patrice Bergeron/David Pastrnak - Boston
CCF-4 Zemgus Girgensons/Tyler Ennis - Buffalo
CCF-5 Jiri Hudler/Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary
CCF-6 Eric Staal/Justin Faulk - Carolina
CCF-7 Jonathan Toews/Corey Crawford - Chicago
CCF-8 Nathan MacKinnon/Tyson Barrie - Colorado
CCF-9 Ryan Johansen/Nick Foligno - Columbus/
CCF-10 Tyler Seguin/Cody Eakin - Dallas
CCF-11 Henrik Zetterberg/Tomas Tatar - Detroit
CCF-12 Jordan Eberle/Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton
CCF-13 Jaromir Jagr/Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida
CCF-14 Tanner Pearson/Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles
CCF-15 Devan Dubnyk/Mathew Dumba - Minnesota
CCF-16 Max Pacioretty/Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal
CCF-17 Roman Josi/Filip Forsberg - Nashville
CCF-18 Cory Schneider/Adam Henrique - New Jersey
CCF-19 John Tavares/Brock Nelson - NY Islanders
CCF-20 Henrik Lundqvist/Chris Kreider - NY Rangers
CCF-21 Erik Karlsson/Mark Stone - Ottawa
CCF-22 Claude Giroux/Wayne Simmonds - Philadelphia
CCF-23 Kris Letang/Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh
CCF-24 Logan Couture/Brent Burns - San Jose
CCF-25 Jaden Schwartz/Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis
CCF-26 Steven Stamkos/Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay
CCF-27 Morgan Rielly/James van Riemsdyk - Toronto
CCF-28 Bo Horvat/Daniel Sedin - Vancouver
CCF-29 Alexander Ovechkin/Marcus Johansson - Washington
CCF-30 Mark Scheifele/Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg

Clear Cut Honoured Members Set Checklist

6 cards. Serial numbered #/100.
Hobby only
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HOF-55 Rob Blake - Los Angeles Kings
HOF-56 Chris Chelios - Chicago Blackhawks
HOF-57 Mike Modano - Dallas Stars
HOF-58 Brad Park - Boston Bruins
HOF-59 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
HOF-60 Lanny McDonald - Calgary Flames

Clear Cut Leaders Set Checklist

6 cards. Serial numbered #/10.
Hobby only

CCL-PENALTY Steve Downie/Cody McLeod/Derek Dorsett
CCL-WINS Carey Price/Braden Holtby/Pekka Rinne
CCL-GOALS Alexander Ovechkin/Steven Stamkos/Rick Nash
CCL-RKPTS Mark Stone/Johnny Gaudreau/Filip Forsberg
CCL-SVPCT Carey Price/Devan Dubnyk/Steve Mason
CCL-POINTS Jamie Benn/John Tavares/Sidney Crosby

Clear Cut Superstars Set Checklist

32 cards. 1:360 packs.
Hobby only
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CCS-1 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
CCS-2 John Tavares - New York Islanders
CCS-3 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
CCS-4 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
CCS-5 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
CCS-6 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
CCS-7 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
CCS-8 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
CCS-9 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
CCS-10 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
CCS-11 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
CCS-12 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
CCS-13 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
CCS-14 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
CCS-15 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
CCS-16 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
CCS-17 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
CCS-18 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
CCS-19 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
CCS-20 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
CCS-21 Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues
CCS-22 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
CCS-23 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
CCS-24 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
CCS-25 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
CCS-26 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
CCS-27 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
CCS-28 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
CCS-29 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
CCS-30 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
CCS-31 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
CCS-32 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens

Day with the Cup Set Checklist

15 cards
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Dc-1 Patrick Sharp
DC-2 Niklas Hjalmarsson
DC-3 Jonathan Toews
DC-4 Brent Seabrook
DC-5 Antti Raanta
DC-6 Andrew Desjardins
DC-7 Daniel Carcillo
DC-8 Antoine Vermette
DC-9 Brandon Saad
DC-10 Brad Richards
DC-11 Kimo Timonen
DC-12 Duncan Keith
DC-13 Marian Hossa
DC-14 Teuvo Teravainen
DC-15 Trevor Van Riemsdyk

Parkhurst Rookies Set Checklist

10 cards.
Two to Three per Black Friday Bonus Pack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Blue 1:3 Black Friday Packs, Red 1:15 Black Friday Packs
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PR-1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
PR-2 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
PR-3 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
PR-4 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
PR-5 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
PR-6 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
PR-7 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
PR-8 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
PR-9 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
PR-10 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks

Shining Stars Set Checklist

50 cards
Defensemen Odds - 1:12 Blaster, 1:12 Starter / Royal Blue - 1:72 Blaster, 1:72 Starter
Goalies Odds - 1:12 Tins, 1:6 Fat Packs / Royal Blue - 1:72 Tins, 1:36 Fat Packs
Centers Odds - 1:16 h, 1:16 r, 1:16 Black Friday / Royal Blue - 1:48 h, 1:48 r, 1:48 Black Friday
Wingers Odds - 1:24 h, 1:24 r, 1:24 Black Friday / Royal Blue - 1:72 h, 1:72 r, 1:72 Black Friday
Legends Odds - 1:48 h, 1:48 r, 1:48 Black Friday / Royal Blue - 1:144 h, 1:144 r, 1:144 Black Friday
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SS-1 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
SS-2 Alex Pietrangelo - St. Louis Blues
SS-3 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
SS-4 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-5 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
SS-6 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-7 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
SS-8 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
SS-9 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
SS-10 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
SS-11 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
SS-12 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-13 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
SS-14 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
SS-15 Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild
SS-16 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
SS-17 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-18 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
SS-19 Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers
SS-20 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
SS-21 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-22 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
SS-23 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-24 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
SS-25 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
SS-26 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
SS-27 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-28 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
SS-29 John Tavares - New York Islanders
SS-30 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
SS-31 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
SS-32 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
SS-33 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
SS-34 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
SS-35 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
SS-36 Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-37 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
SS-38 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-39 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
SS-40 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
SS-41 Bobby Hull - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-42 Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche
SS-43 Grant Fuhr - Edmonton Oilers
SS-44 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
SS-45 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-46 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
SS-47 Mats Sundin - Toronto Maple Leafs
SS-48 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
SS-49 Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks
SS-50 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers

Signature Sensations Set Checklist

41 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall odds - 1:288 Hobby
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SS-AG Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens - G 1:1,271
SS-AH Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators - H 1:613
SS-AK Alex Killorn - Tampa Bay Lightning - F 1:1,846
SS-BB Ben Bishop - Tampa Bay Lightning - D 1:8,431
SS-BD Brenden Dillon - San Jose Sharks - F 1:1,846
SS-BH Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks - H 1:613
SS-BO Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins - B 1:28,162
SS-BR Brett Ritchie - Dallas Stars - F 1:1,846
SS-BS Brendan Smith - Detroit Red Wings - A 1:52,532
SS-CG Cody Goloubef - Columbus Blue Jackets - F 1:1,846
SS-DE Dennis Everberg - Colorado Avalanche - H 1:613
SS-DJ Dmitrij Jaskin - St. Louis Blues - E 1:4,268
SS-DS Derek Stepan - New York Rangers - C 1:9,585
SS-EL Elias Lindholm - Carolina Hurricanes - E 1:4,268
SS-ES Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes - G 1:1,271
SS-FF Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators - B 1:28,162
SS-JB Jordie Benn - Dallas Stars - H 1:613
SS-JC Jared Cowen - Ottawa Senators - E 1:4,268
SS-JP Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild - D 1:8,431
SS-JS Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues - F 1:1,846
SS-LE Lars Eller - Montreal Canadiens - G 1:1,271
SS-LG Luke Glendening - Detroit Red Wings - H 1:613
SS-LS Luke Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers - F 1:1,846
SS-NT Nate Thompson - Anaheim Ducks - G 1:1,271
SS-PS Paul Stastny - St. Louis Blues - F 1:1,846
SS-RN Riley Nash - Carolina Hurricanes - C 1:9,585
SS-RS Ryan Strome - New York Islanders - G 1:1,271
SS-SB Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets - E 1:4,268
SS-SC Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers - G 1:1,271
SS-SG Seth Griffith - Boston Bruins - G 1:1,271
SS-SV Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche - D 1:8,431
SS-SW Shea Weber - Nashville Predators - C 1:9,585
SS-TK Torey Krug - Boston Bruins - H 1:613
SS-TM Tyler Myers - Winnipeg Jets - C 1:9,585
SS-TR Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins - H 1:613
SS-TT Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings - H 1:613
SS-TY Ty Rattie - St. Louis Blues - H 1:613
SS-VN Valeri Nichushkin - Dallas Stars - G 1:1,271
SS-VR Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes - H 1:613
SS-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers - A 1:52,532
SS-ZG Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres - H 1:613

Super Snipers Set Checklist

6 cards. 1 per starter pack.

SS-1 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-2 John Tavares - New York Islanders
SS-3 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
SS-4 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
SS-5 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
SS-6 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals

UD Game Jersey Set Checklist

72 cards
Overall Odds - 1:24 h, 1:24 r, 1:240 b
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/15 (Hobby)
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GJ-AE Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers - E 1:104
GJ-AG Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens - F 1:90
GJ-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals - B 1:1,072
GJ-BB Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks - C 1:266
GJ-BE Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars - E 1:104
GJ-BI Ben Bishop - Tampa Bay Lightning - F 1:90
GJ-BR Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators - G 1:89
GJ-BW Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets - C 1:266
GJ-CC Charlie Coyle - Minnesota Wild - F 1:90
GJ-CK Chris Kreider - New York Rangers - F 1:90
GJ-CO Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks - E 1:104
GJ-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens - B 1:1,072
GJ-CR Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins - B 1:1,072
GJ-DD Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings - F 1:90
GJ-DK David Krejci - Boston Bruins - E 1:104
GJ-EK Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals - D 1:209
GJ-EL Elias Lindholm - Carolina Hurricanes - G 1:89
GJ-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins - C 1:266
GJ-GN Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings - D 1:209
GJ-HE Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks - G 1:89
GJ-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers - C 1:266
GJ-HS Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks - E 1:104
GJ-HU Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers - E 1:104
GJ-HZ Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings - C 1:266
GJ-JB Jonathan Bernier - Toronto Maple Leafs - G 1:89
GJ-JD Jonathan Drouin - Tampa Bay Lightning - D 1:209
GJ-JE Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers - E 1:104
GJ-JG Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames - C 1:266
GJ-JH Jonas Hiller - Calgary Flames - G 1:89
GJ-JI Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames - F 1:90
GJ-JN James Neal - Nashville Predators - E 1:104
GJ-JP Jason Pominville - Minnesota Wild - E 1:104
GJ-JQ Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings - G 1:89
GJ-JT Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg Jets - F 1:90
GJ-JV James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs - G 1:89
GJ-KA Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators - C 1:266
GJ-KO Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders - E 1:104
GJ-ML Milan Lucic - Los Angeles Kings - E 1:104
GJ-MP Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens - F 1:90
GJ-NB Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals - C 1:266
GJ-NK Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs - F 1:90
GJ-NM Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche - E 1:104
GJ-OL Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes - E 1:104
GJ-OP Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning - D 1:209
GJ-PA Ondrej Pavelec - Winnipeg Jets - G 1:89
GJ-PK P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens - D 1:209
GJ-PR Patrick Roy - Colorado Avalanche - A 1:10,724
GJ-PS Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars - E 1:104
GJ-RG Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks - D 1:209
GJ-RI Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators - E 1:104
GJ-RM Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks - E 1:104
GJ-RN Rick Nash - New York Rangers - E 1:104
GJ-SB Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets - F 1:90
GJ-SC Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers - F 1:90
GJ-SD Shane Doan - Arizona Coyotes - G 1:89
GJ-SH Scott Hartnell - Columbus Blue Jackets - F 1:90
GJ-SJ Seth Jones - Nashville Predators - G 1:89
GJ-SM Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers - F 1:90
GJ-SR Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres - F 1:90
GJ-SS Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning - C 1:266
GJ-SV Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche - G 1:89
GJ-TA John Tavares - New York Islanders - C 1:266
GJ-TH Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers - D 1:209
GJ-TJ Tomas Jurco - Detroit Red Wings - F 1:90
GJ-TO Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks - B 1:1,072
GJ-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars - D 1:209
GJ-TT Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings - G 1:89
GJ-VH Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning - D 1:209
GJ-VN Valeri Nichushkin - Dallas Stars - F 1:90
GJ-VT Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues - B 1:1,072
GJ-ZC Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins - F 1:90
GJ-ZG Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres - D 1:209

UD Portraits Set Checklist

60 cards
Base Odds - 1:7.5 h, 1:7.5 r, 1:15 b
Legends/Rookies Odds - 1:60 h, 1:60 r, 1:120 b
PARALLEL CARDS: Red (1 per Toys R Us Pack), Gold Base/Legends #/25 (Hobby), Gold Rookies #/99 (Hobby), Platinum Blue Base/Legends #/5, Platinum Blue Rookies #/25
2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Cards 36

P-1 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
P-2 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
P-3 John Tavares - New York Islanders
P-4 Rick Nash - New York Rangers
P-5 Pavel Datsyuk - Detroit Red Wings
P-6 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
P-7 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
P-8 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
P-9 Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks
P-10 Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks
P-11 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
P-12 Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
P-13 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
P-14 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
P-15 Shea Weber - Nashville Predators
P-16 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
P-17 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
P-18 Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
P-19 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
P-20 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-21 Ryan Johansen - Columbus Blue Jackets
P-22 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
P-23 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
P-24 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
P-25 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-26 Kyle Okposo - New York Islanders
P-27 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-28 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
P-29 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
P-30 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
P-31 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
P-32 Jiri Hudler - Calgary Flames
P-33 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-34 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
P-35 P.K. Subban - Montreal Canadiens
P-36 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
P-37 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
P-38 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
P-39 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
P-40 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
P-41 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
P-42 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
P-43 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
P-44 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
P-45 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
P-46 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
P-47 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
P-48 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
P-49 Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens
P-50 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
P-51 Phil Esposito - Boston Bruins
P-52 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
P-53 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-54 Bobby Hull - Chicago Blackhawks
P-55 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
P-56 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
P-57 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
P-58 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
P-59 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
P-60 Matt Puempel - Ottawa Senators

Winter Classic Jumbos Set Checklist

14 cards. 1 per tin.

WC-1 Troy Brouwer - Washington Capitals
WC-2 Patrick Sharp - Chicago Blackhawks
WC-3 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
WC-4 Brandon Saad - Chicago Blackhawks
WC-5 Mike Green - Washington Capitals
WC-6 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
WC-7 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
WC-8 Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks
WC-9 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
WC-10 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
WC-11 Eric Fehr - Washington Capitals
WC-12 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
WC-13 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
WC-14 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks

Young Guns Jumbos Set Checklist

14 cards. 1 per YG Blaster.

201 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
204 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
206 Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
208 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
210 Emile Poirier - Calgary Flames
211 Malcolm Subban - Boston Bruins
212 Jacob de la Rose - Montreal Canadiens
214 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
219 Jared McCann - Vancouver Canucks
221 Artemi Panarin - Chicago Blackhawks
223 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
228 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
229 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
232 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames

2014-15 Update - A Piece of History Set Checklist

Hobby only
500 Goal Club Autos Update GC-TS Teemu Selanne - Anaheim Ducks #/ 25
500 Goal Club Autos Update GC-MS Mats Sundin - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 25
500 Goal Club Autos Update GC-MM Mike Modano - Detroit Red Wings #/ 25
1,000 Point Club Autos Update PC-DS Darryl Sittler - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 10
1,000 Point Club Autos Update PC-DW Doug Weight - St. Louis Blues #/ 10
1,000 Point Club Autos Update PC-MB Mike Bossy - New York Islanders #/ 10
1,000 Point Club Autos Update PC-MS Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings #/ 10

More Info

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Ryan is a former member of The Cardboard Connection Writing Staff.   His collecting origins began with winter bike rides to the corner store, tossing a couple of quarters onto the counter and peddling home with a couple packs of O-Pee-Chee hockey in his pocket. Today, he continues to build sets, go after inserts with cool technologies, chase Montreal Expos and finish off his John Jaha master collection.

User Reviews

Dan C.
Dan C.

Most of this list is great but in the Young Guns Sam Bennett is shown as 232 and Ben Hutton is shown as 231. They should be reversed.
Young Guns Rookie Cards
231 Ben Hutton – Vancouver Canucks
232 Sam Bennett – Calgary Flames

Thanks anyway for a great reference tool.


Hi guys,

Even I am a big fan of Panini products, yesterday I opened 1 box of this product and, well what to write, I feel very pleased, I pulled this beauty:

2014-15 Update – A Piece of History – 1,000 Point Club Autos Update PC-MS Nicklas Lidstrom – Detroit Red Wings #/ 10

If anybody can help me with approximate value of this piece and what is the odd of insertion, I would be thankfull.


Series 1 almost always an enjoyable set. This year no differrent. Obviously lots of quality prospect among the young guns. As solid as ever with McDavid leading the pack.


Couple comments:
– Too many inserts / sub-sets! But that what you get for monopolizing the hobby I guess. Lose Shining Stars, and Canvas could probably be its own release.
– Too many cards produced to really hold value. Obviously printed more stock to take advantage of the McDavid craze, but once they hit the secondary market the prices drop.
– Trey, just opened my first box today and I pulled a Mike Richards Day with the Cup card (DC10). I don’t see this on your set checklist or in Beckett. Odd. Reasons?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

James We both receive the same checklists and I guess that it was missing some things. I just added the Day with the Cup checklist.


Lack of quality cards in every box…barely covers cost of box….garbage rookies fill these boxes


the initial impressions are from the upper deck e-pack program


Has anyone seen the Toys’R’Us Red Portraits??? also I have seen a subset called initial impressions on COMC… wondering what packs those come from?

Andrew Pusicz
Andrew Pusicz

Loving this product!!!! I Had the most unbelievable luck. Went to Wal-mart and picked up 1 tin. To my surprise i pulled the Eichel Canvas and the McDavid Young Guns. I couldn’t be any happier with this product. Now i just hope their values hold or go higher. That way i can tell the wife i am making an investment and not wasting money.
Think i am going to try my luck again, just to see if it was a fluke or if all the tins just have really good value to them.


I am commenting about a box that my brother got and he got amazingly lucky! the box was a parkhurst rookies box and out of the twelve packs, he got: two young guns canvas three young guns main set (including larkin) two shining stars royal blue and a couple of UD portraits. this box only cost 50$ at wall-mart

Mike Z.
Mike Z.

I predicted this well before it was released. UD KNEW this was gonna be equal to 2005 as far as hype and massively overproduced not only hobby boxes, but blasters, tins, and the new $35 ones at Walmart with the Parkhurst rookies. Just nuts. When are we all going to smarten up and start collecting Leaf more? They have beautiful cards, always in pristine condition, and on card autographs for a portion of the cost. Makes no sense, and Panini’s doing the same to the football and basketball hobbies.

It’s like 1990 Donruss baseball all over again. Market crash upcoming if they don’t knock it off with these “exclusive” aka monopolistic rights to Panini for NFL and NBA, UD for NHL, and Topps for MLB. Competition being good is Economics 101….


The Mcdavid YG just went from $250 to $200 in Beckett. Not surprised cause the kid will have a hard time living up to the hype. Look for his Rookie cards to take a plunge in 2 years. Collect Eichel he is the real deal.

I really like this product. I just love the clarity of the pictures. I’ve been having pretty decent luck with the tins. I don’t know what you call the container that’s larger than the blasters, is that the Black Friday packaging? I do have a question… I do have a Connor McDavid and Ronalds Kenins, but they’re, in my world, misprints. What I mean by that is, Young Guns is covering 95% of the name. Back in my serious hey day of collecting in the ’80’s, those were highly sought after. Anyone else getting these??


I got a tin for christmas and I got a shining stars centers even though only goalies are supposed to be in the tins. one of the portraits that I got was the same guy as the shining stars centers (Evgeni malkin). all in all I like this product the base cards have excellent photography (as is typical of s1 and s2). This is pretty much the same thing it has been for the last few years


Bought a case, noticed that every box had all the inserts in the exact same spots. Nothing in this product to chase other than the McDavid Young Gun. Would have been better off buying the card itself rather than wasting a ton of money on a case.


Not too bad not too special. Paid $55 for a box of 12 packs which I think is a bit high for cards that aren’t high end.
Pulled 2 canvas
2 shining Stars
2 young guns
1 canvas
7 inserts in 12 packs is good but if the price keeps going up I won’t keep buying these each year.


Gord you are So correct!!! 15-16 UD #1 Tin WHOLESALE from Grosnor is $38.00 Plus HST & Shipping
Toys R Us 15-16 UD #1 Tin is $39.99 Plus HST
Real Sad when I can buy Retail for less then wholesale
This is Only because Pre-orders ($22) were not filled & prices INFLATED!!!! by the Distributors
What a Joke!!!
Collectors need to make a Stand & STOP Buying!!!!


How has it come to be that a Retail Store who Pre-orders 2015-16 UD Series #1 from the ONLY 2 Canadian Distributors that we can Buy from DO NOT get their Pre-Order filled & then all of a sudden the Distributors have the product at INFLATED PRICES?????
I have had many customers saying the YG Hit Ratio is not to be as it should.
This is what happens when the Monopoly is given, the consumer gets RIPPED Off!!!
Mass produced & overpriced.
It’s the 90’s all over.
I personally will NOT Collect any further & will be closing my Retail Store due to the Antics of UD & the Distributors.
I’m so Disgusted in the GREED of others!!!!


Product is nice, a lot of YG. I rate only 3 cause of the poor odds of hitting nice inserts and for the price that always going up. I bought 2 hobby ine the first week at 100$ each, hit McDavid and Domi in the same box and Eichel SP-2 in the second, one hobby after 2 weeks of the releasing at 120$ and the store I usually go made me a deal on a 4th one at 135$ cause UD changed their prices again to 140$ (paid 130$). Since 2 weeks, there’s no more hobby and I heard they were now 160$… After that I turned into the Wal-Mart parkhurst boxes… Paid 35$ and pulled another McDavid. So I risk myself to buy 2 tins. got nothing very nice but at least a couple of YG canvas. If you didn’t buy already a box, just go on ebay and buy complete sets. Even if you overpay, it will cost you more to buy boxes now.

FYI, I went to 4 differents stores and spoke with owners. They are very disapointed and blame UD for the prices. Also, one of them told me that ratios were higher than last year. That means, more expensive, less hits. I know there’s plenty of nice prospects but does it justify a praice raise of 60% in one month? Small collectors like me can’t afford those prices, so imagine when Series 2 will release with Eichel YG and McDavid YG Canvas…

If you haven’t start yet, just don’t do it. Too expensive.


Opened 6 Tins & ONLY 2 Tins had 3 Young Guns the other 4 Tins ONLY had 2 Young Guns


I rate this product low due to greed and as usual, poor quality.

JP – You really see a price drop in hobby? You must live in the states.

Brian Nov 25 – “Quality affordable hockey sets”? You must be blind and rich! Quality…LOL!

Darren A – I don’t think there will be hot boxes in series 1. Is there ever? I think they made way too much of this stuff to make hot boxes. Aren’t most complaining about their cases being garbage?


I see now that the Mcdavid frenzy is dying down that hobby box prices are coming down slowly.


Blasters are 24$ right now at Toys R Us in Canada. Even had a 15% discount if you paid with Paypal with a code. There’s no oversized YG in those one, but thought it was still a good deal!


Found the blaster boxes with oversized YG cards in Walmart. $29.99. Im guessing that’s the going rate everywhere. I’ve looked at different card shop websites and no one else seems to carry them. I don’t know if this is exclusive to Walmart.

Out of curiosity, does anyone know if there are “hot boxes” or “hot cases” out there? If so, what makes them “hot”? Has anyone heard of anything like a YG per pack or insert of some kind per pack?


Has anyone opened packs from Toys R Us… I’ve been looking for a Ryan Hartman UD Portraits Red, but can’t seem to find them anywhere


I have opened two of the Walmart boxes so far and pulled a Domi, Panarin and a canvas Eichel so far. Went to the Walmart by my house over the weekend and all they had were tins. Cleared out the Walmart by my work today of 8 boxes and have a case of tins ordered. McDavid, Eichel, etc. are just bonuses for me that I’ll have graded and hopefully sell. I just like to break boxes on Christmas Eve and Day so thought I’d give it a shot.

Michael Tuchel
Michael Tuchel

I purchased 2 blaster boxes from Target and the 4 Young guns that I received were misprinted. The players name was covered up by the Young Guns logo. Has anyone else had this experience? I also stopped by the local hobby shop and picked up 4 packs out of a retail box, first pack had a Connor McDavid Young Guns so I guess I cannot complain.


Kevin C. | Nov 28, 2015 | Reply

In case not everyone has saw this pattern yet, if you hit a Philly Medvedev YG, McDavid is ALWAYS in the box. FYI

You are SO RIGHT………………….


Here is my update:
3 Hobby Cases, 6 Tin Cases = 9 McDavid YG, 1 Eichel Canvas……………….and 500 total YG cards.
The Tins are generating 1 McDavid per case, just like the Hobby cases. Tins cases are 1/3 price of Hobby cases, but only 12 packs vs. 24 for Hobby.
Just received a 20 box Retail case. We’ll see what comes of that. Happy Hobby.

Jt brown
Jt brown

Is it better to buy the series one or mvp


I see the oversized YG are popping up on eBay now, any have any insight on if these are in walmarts or in toys r us? Or do you have to go through your lcs?


I got two of the Retail tins and must of had some incredible luck, pulled 2 Young Guns McDavid’s, one in each, on top of that one tin had two jerseys and the other 1, jerseys were Riemsdyk, Hertl, and Sharp


I’m trying to find the value of the oversized McDavid young guns card. Anyone know?


Any word on the Super Snipers insert set. I haven’t seen any cards from that group on ebay as of yet? Are the starter packs not out yet and/or where can they be purchased from? Thanks!

Kevin C.
Kevin C.

In case not everyone has saw this pattern yet, if you hit a Philly Medvedev YG, McDavid is ALWAYS in the box. FYI…

Just one question, are the parkhurst rookies actually rookies or just inserts? I need some clarification. Thank you.


SJP: They are a short-print, but the number is unknown. According to the odds stated in the 15-16 UD Series 1 checklist here, the Red Parkhurst rookie versions are 1 in 15 packs.


I got lucky bidding on a Red Parkhurst Connor McDavid.
Apparently it’s a short print? Does anyone know how many?


Seems like Series 1 is sold out ?
Got 4 boxes for 135$CAN each (about 100$US).
Prices are going up…

justin belliveau
justin belliveau

I bought a box the other week for 120$… waste of money got the worst YG’S EVER.
Doubles in base which never happened to me for last year’s set. 2 tins same YG’S in both tins!! 2 blasters 3 YG’s? Really disappointed in Series 1 this year.


Upper Deck Hockey has always been the front runner in producing quality affordable hockey sets. The photography is excellent and player selection also very good. What I cannot understand, this year’s product debuted at approx. $80.00 per box in most hobby shops, and now prices have jumped to almost $110.00 per box. Why have prices jumped more than 30% in a matter of weeks? The product is not short-printed, other than the normal Young Guns, serial numbered inserts are almost non-existant, and for the most part, hardly any change from previous years inclusions (portraits, canvas & shining stars). For what you are getting verses the inflated selling prices (probually LARGLY due to the McDavd Young Guns) Upper Deck Hockey is not a wise purchase. The chances of pulling a Connor McDavid are slim at best, and aside from the Domi & Subban RC’s, there’s just not much there to shout about. I would not recommend purchasing this product. You would be better off to go out and buy $100 worth of lottery tickets. I’ll bet your return would be greater with the lottery!



What are the ‘starter packs’ with the ‘Super Snipers’ cards? I haven’t seen any listed on eBay, and would like to get a Stamkos for my PC.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Dave71120 The Starter packs are part of the retail release. They are more of an entry-level option and come with a special binder. I’m not sure when they will show up.


I bought a retail box at target today. I live in Central Ohio. The box was only $20–must be cheaper in Columbus. Through the first 11 packs (really only 5 cards a pack?), the hits were pretty good considering the product/price point…UD Canvas (not a star player–Faulk of Carolina), a Young Gun (Medvedev) of Philly, an UD Rookie Portait (Puempel), Shining Star (Ekmann-Larson), a Royal Blue Shining Star (Pieterangelo). As I opened up the last pack, I commented to my wife that I was disappointed that I only had one YG so far and then bingo…..Mcdavid YG!! Hope he’s worth the hype–I’m tempted to sell it for the 150-200 its going for or flipping it for cards I’d rather want (Blue Jacket cards) or maybe just enjoying the card! Probably will just do that….after all i’m a collector. That would be something different from what I see on this board.



How do you get the jumbo Young Guns this year?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Mark Supposed to be in special Young Guns blasters.


youre lucky they didnt sale 2015-16 series 1 at walmart in canada but 125$ for a hobby and get the same number of special card its a bite weird when you paid 30$ more than a retail ^^. I got one Young gun canvas :D. 2 jersey in 2 tin box too lol. I really like the jersey card .


Just getting back in to this hobby, not because of McDavid but because of the love I had for it when I was young. I just wish there was still a stale piece of gum in every pack waiting for me. I found some of the exclusive Parkhurst blaster boxes at my local Walmart yesterday for $35 each. Picked up 4 and managed to pull a McDavid YG, 2 jerseys, Domi Parkhurst rookie, along with several other canvas and yg’s.



Well said. I think the collector actually asked Upper Deck to make the Series 1 and 2 product harder to get. My local shop had one of the McDavid High Gloss cards.


There is no difference between retail and hobby this year. Retail may be better. Walmart dropped the price from 49.99 to $35.00. I still can not get over the one box that I bought at Walmart, got the McDavid Young Guns, UD Canvas Young Guns Max Domi and a Parkhurst Rookies, Jack Eichel.
It just sucked that my first 10, I paid 49.99 but the last 5 I paid $35.00. I did amazing, regardless.


I broke 2 hobby boxes and am quite happy. Granted, two boxes is a very small sample size, but I did not encounter any collation problems – There were zero duplicates in each box, and I’ve already made the base set just from those two hobby boxes. No McDavid YG for me thus far, but between the two boxes the highlights were the Eichel/Larkin Canvas YG checklist, a Brodeur Clear Cut Superstars, a Shining Stars Legend royal blue Mark Messier, and an UD Exclusives Ryan Strome.

Those complaining about Series 1 already, honestly, you sound like a bunch of whiny spoiled children, and your juvenile rants make me sick. “I didn’t get a McDavid… I didn’t get an Eichel… I didn’t get a case hit… WAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!” Give me a break!!! On average there is one McDavid YG per case (in a perfect world). Look at the odds on the Canvas Young Guns – 6 per case, and there are 30 in the set, so there should be one Eichel Canvas YG in every *5* cases!! And, by the way, this is a HOBBY. If you are trying to make money, then I suggest taking an entirely different route, like the casinos in Las Vegas or your local lottery. If you don’t like what you pulled, I’m sure there are many people who would be happy to take them off your hands, or you could donate them so that others who would actually enjoy the cards could have them. Lastly, if you don’t like the prices being asked for boxes, then DON’T BUY ANY!

I apologize for getting on my soapbox, but the complainers and whiners are the ones who are ruining this hobby, and I have no qualms about calling them out on it. Would I like to pull a McDavid UD Exclusives or High Gloss? Absolutely, because I would sell it and take that money and buy a case or two [one of which I would happily break with my kids!!!], as well as build up my personal collection. But I don’t let the lack of “big hits” ruin the fun for me. If you want “big hits”, then wait and save your money for The Cup. Series 1 & 2 have never been hit-based products, and the hobby needs to get away from that “big hits” mentality if it wants to survive, let alone thrive, in the years to come.


Hi All,
My first post on here.
I buy 1 case each year, collect my YG set and sell/trade the rest. It’s fun (especially now that my kids are into it), but not going to pay the bills. Series 1 seemed to be about the same as most recent years. I had 2 cases, opened 1 and sold 1 (Due to the price hikes). I pulled 3 McDavid’s in one Case.amazing! However……if it was 3 of Kevin Fiala I wouldn’t have been happy at all. I hit a Keith Clear Cut, Tatar Auto, nothing else special.2 cards short of the YG set. A few YG cards with triples. I would agree with most of you that there are issues with these cases. In recent years I never get triple anything and always a set of YG. The Shining stars need to go, just short print some canvas or something anything but these. I also opened 10 boxes from Walmart. Pulled another McDavid YG and 4 Green and one Blue. I also pulled a Keith Day with the cup from these blasters. At $35 ($70 for 24 packs), this is priced right, anything more and no.Hobby @ $145 ..H E Double Hockey Sticks no! I checked 5 other Walmart’s and sold out (Waterdown, Brantford, Ancaster, Burlington, Hamilton). I did manage to get another 25 boxes in Cambridge. Fingers crossed for some canvas YG’s! and some more of the luck I had.


I cannot find any of this product at Walmart stores in Ontario any suggestions?? Thanks..


I bought a retail box but i dont hve received it from upperdeck now and i live in Canada 96$ tx in. My friend bought a retail and a thin box . 1jersey,4ud,4 shinning,6yg,4canvas for the retail and i bought a hobby box Because everyone is saying that hobby is better but i dont hve see any difference Except the odds for auto or other parralel is that right ? Maybe when ill receive my retail box there is Mc David in it


If you aren’t pulling a Young Guns McDavid. You are basically burning your money. Set is garbage and subsets are garbage. It’s $140.00 for a hobby box with a 1% chance of a McDavid. $175 for a McDavid rookie on ebay with a 100% chance…do the math.


Usually located in toy section by the Pokemon cards


where are the walmart boxes located in canada? dont see them in store


Bought three of 12 pack Walmart boxes. They included the parkhurst rookie packs. Got 3 Larkins (1 blue) 3 Eihlers, 2 Panarin and one red Eichel

Cost was $35 Canadian down from the regular $49.99
Pulled a Sam Bennett young guns canvas and a Panarin young guns. McCaan and Sam Bennett young guns too
Got a Lafleur and Lemieux Legends portraits and Roy shining stars

For the $105 before tax I spent I’m pretty happy with my cards


The Mcdavid cards will hold their value because he is a once in a generation player. He’s the next Crosby maybe better. Upper deck also SP his cards ~ even his regular YG ~ so if you’re lucky to get one it’ll hold its value.


Nothing is ever sold out in this hobby.
Thousands of cases left.

Once McDavid drops to $150 those holding them out will be sitting on dead money. This product is so flooded and diluted that there’s no way it can hold any value.

Distributors greed and general public stupidity is funny to watch.

Paying prices like he’s going to be a 70 goal 150 point player…


Shame on all of you. I pre-bought 3 cases back in August, $900/case, $850/case, $950/case. The Canadian show by Sunday, heard all cases sold out. The less the availability, the higher the cost, simple economics. Case breaks as advertised. I opened the first two cases, one McD YG per case. Figured that was the norm. Got my third case from Canada show, got two McD YG in that case. Ebay average on McD YG from $225-450.00, ungraded. Graded cards who knows. All my four McD YG will be graded by Beckett. Three cases, only one Day with the Cup, I think the advertised was 1:2500 packs. No Eichel Canvas, in three cases, but, hey, thats what happens sometimes.
Getting 6 cases of Tins tomorrow, pre-bought in August for $325/case. Now they are $456/case.
This product will be sold out soon, hobby and retail, I predict. Retail should be good with Shining Stars Goalies. Predict Beckett will come out with McD YG value $200-400 first monthly issue listing it. Whats left for Series 2? Eichel YG, but who else. UD promising McD Canvas. Enjoy your hobby!


I bought 10 blaster boxes from Wallmart. My first box, I got a UD Canvas Young Guns, a regular McDavid
Young Guns card. One of the Parkhurst Rookies was a Jack Echel.
The McDavid Parkhurst is averaging at about $75.00 and the Echel is averaging $40.00 on ebay. This is really good as the box was $49.99 canadian.
I got 5 Parkhurst Jack Echel’s but no Parkhurst McDavid’s out of my 10 boxes. I may go back tomorrow. A pretty good bang for your buck. Same odds from what I got. You get jersey cards too.


Hey Darren,

I live in Canada, and been to a few Walmart stores here and they all had them on their shelves for $49.99 CDN. I bet it is a lot cheaper in the states with the exchange rate, which is kick us Canadians in the nuts.

12 packs in a box, and I seem to get about 10 hit cards… a couple packs are all base cards. I wonder how many retail boxes are made. These Parkhurst rookie cards are nothing to go crazy over, there are going to be a ton of them… It is the young gun McDavid card everyone should be going for.


Whereabouts do you live? I am in Florida and NO stores have the retail here and do not even know when they are getting it in. Then again, most people here don’t know what hockey is…


I bought 3 boxes from Walmart…. and got 3 black friday McDavid cards.

PR-1 Connor McDavid – Edmonton Oilers – Green in colour…. I am pretty sure they printed a ton of these and are going to be worthless. However, I get the thrill of just opening the packs!

There are no AUTOS in retail. Whoopy doo. They are 1 in like 10,000 packs of retail anyway, lol. I am putting my money into the retail….if I can find them anywhere!!??


Looking at the odds, I don’t see any difference between retail and hobby besides the release date and price


Even though Panarin didn’t have the hype McDavid or Eichel had, and that he was undrafted, his stats would indicate he can hold his own. Especially because he leads rookies in assists and points, and is top five in among rookies in goals and plus/minus. I’d say he’s established himself as a solid standout among rookies. I’m surprised his cards aren’t fetching more on eBay. Seems to be a outperforming Eichel, that’s for sure, and Eichel’s canvas is selling for five times Panarin’s. Unfortunate how those less informed about the sport are dictating what has more value.


UD did the usual good job with Series 1 of producing first rookies of what use to be an affordable product. As a long time collector of the YG Exclusive set, some of the prices sellers are asking for common or semi common YG exclusives is borderline criminal. Since when is Panarin a star?
I bought a case after buying into the HYPE and came away disappointed. Missing 2 young guns from completing a set after opening a case is not what I expected. Not pulling a McDavid or Domi rookie was a piss off and I will never buy another case again. Not only that, no patch, 1 clearcut and a few canvas cards were all I got. Not even a big name canvas rookie. 1 autograph is the only other special card I received. 1 YG exclusive of a common rookie and 2 base exclusives.
Worst case luck of anyone?


Any information on what the Black Friday packs/ parkhurst rookies. I see some parkhurst rookies on eBay right now and I thought those were the cards you get in the pack but that was on Black Friday. I contacted one of the sellers and they told me there was a bonus pack in a 10 pack + 2 bonus S1 box but that there wasn’t a oversized YG or a winter classic card.

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Zack I saw those too. When we originally inquired, UD said they would be found in a special retail SKU to be released on Black Friday. My guess is that some stores received it a few weeks early.


Paul, it is simple economics that is driving up the price. As a fan and hobbyist I am excited about it. Also because I played my cards right and predicted this would happen – I scraped together enough cash to pre-order a whole case at a reasonable price. If they wouldn’t raise the price the product would sell out in no time. They’re still running a business and it would be dumb not to raise the price at the current high demand.


All in all it is a usual Upper Deck series one product – lots of rookies – all at the same odds as any other year – But the hype of McDavid has heightened this product – Lots of mid to high other rookies under the radar…
My issue is the Games that UD and The distributors are playing with this product – One Day after the Toronto show the price went from $115.00 Canadian a box to $155.00 per hobby Box – and limited boxes to hobby shops…. I here that some shops are charging $175.00 Canadian per Box
This is absolutly disgusting – this product is not woth that kind of Money –
Ud and the Distrbutors wanted to bring the hobby back -you sucseded now at your greed you are pushing the people away-
This Product is NOT worth the selleing Price in Hopes that you Hit a McDavid ” aratio of 1 in 7 if you are Lucky –
Ud – Grosnors and Universal – I am Thourghly disgusted in the way you are now Gouging the public with your greed!!!!!!


As I liked this product every yr because of it’s value. I feel with the the McDavid craze this product is not feasible anymore and what the LCS’s are selling it. It has risen 35% since release date. I am just glad I pre-odered my case and paid the pe-order price when it came it and not the ridiculous price that it is selling at. I am so glad that I pulled 2 McDavids, PANARIN Larkin, Domi, a Bennett and Larkin Canvas.


The young guns cards in my box are exactly the same ones in several other boxes I’ve seen opened. Upper deck has major collation problems. And of course trying to get a McDavid or decent YG canvas or exclusives/HG card is like winning the lottery. This will be the last box I open. I’ll just buy the cards I really want.

Brad B
Brad B

We all should’ve taken the money we spent on cases and bought stock in upper deck, then we’d be the ones laughing all the way to the bank!


I got a hobby box and a Sprong YG canvas was the only decent YG card. I did hit a Piece of History stick card which was cool but all in all kind of disappointing. But you ride your luck and cross your fingers. Sometimes you get lucky. I’ll be buying retail from now on. Hobby boxes just aren’t worth the extra cost in my opinion.


I feel bad for some of you who had a weak case or especially Chris J who didn’t get any McDavids in two cases. That’s just insane, and terrible luck. Did you at least get any other huge hits? I personally did quite well so far. I’ve opened 6 boxes of my case and pulled 2 McDavid Yg’s and 1 Eichel YG canvas. Also a Panarin YG, Domi YG, and Ehlers YG canvas. I feel quite fortunate after reading some other’s experiences. Those saying it’s like the 90’s again with over production and then complaining that they didn’t hit anything good I think are confused. They may have produced more cases this year but at least it doesn’t appear that they over produced the hits, which was the problem in the past. It’s harder to hit big, but that’ll keep the hobby healthy. Obviously some people will be very disappointed, but that’s the gamble. Would you rather there be one auto per box and 10 Mcdavids a case? That would be way worse for the hobby.


Yes, it is disappointing Upper deck overproduced this year. The thing is though, they created this demand for their rookie YG line over decades or consistent production. That brand loyalty has created value in McDavid’s YG which is the driving force of the product this year. They do not control the economy and cannot be blamed for the amount Canadians have to pay or the return value when not hitting a McD. How crazy is it though to be able to hit a $250 base YG at a rate of 12% per box? Parallels are rare, I know, but it’s pretty insane to know you could hit a $6,000 or $10,000+ McD parallel if you’re that lucky. These resale numbers aren’t inflated either…they’re facts and for a $100 box, that’s pretty awesome.
What is frustrating however are the retailers who stocked up on cases, who sell a case for regular price, then claim they’re sold out and start trickling the rest of their stock pile for 20-30% more within 4 days.

Chris J
Chris J

Opened 2 cases, ZERO Mcdavid,absolutely ridiculous. I’m not looking to make any money here, but when I open this much product and have 5 no name young guns, 1 of a couple decent otherboxess, and pathetic inserts you can’t try and defend this product. I fully realize it’s a lottery, but when you increase your odds and still come away feeling like you just got a prostate exam done with 80 grit sandpaper, upper deck can bite me, it’s obvious they could care less about hockey fans. Panini had hot boxes for some of their sets, upper deck has brought out some “bend over” boxes for hockey fans.


If you look back at the Upper Deck commercial for what you can get in a case, it states Look for the following hits…. They did let us know ahead of time this year. I was doing a price check and the box is selling at 99.99 at my local shop. CloutsnChara is selling it for $109 so the price has went up over 4 days. I am assuming it is selling out.

You do NOT get enough of solid hits. Lacks autographs. Does anyone know when the retail version hits the shelves? What stores would commonly sell it? Target? Walmart? Toys R Us?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Darren A Retail availability can boil down to the location so there rarely is a concrete date that applies across the board. I did see pre-sales for retail formats online that list 11/18 as the release date.

Brad B
Brad B

Yes, all my canvas cards were base. No high gloss. I did get 4 exclusives, but none were young guns. I really don’t care about the exclusives and the high gloss, I consider all that stuff to be a bonus if you get one. I wish I had money to throw away, however I do not. I do expect upper deck to meet the averages they post on the boxes, if the fall one short, no big deal. That just makes me think- how mass produced was this product that they could miss putting a single young guns canvas in an entire case?

steve Di Grazia
steve Di Grazia

Nothing special could have a little more pop / case but it’s exactly what I expected. Upper deck needs step there game up. I opened a case and a half not one high gloss card. But like I said it is what I expected bring back national treasures hockey please please please please now that was a product worth the money

Mark Davies
Mark Davies

From what I read, the collector kind of asked for the hits to be harder to get so it is harder to finish master sets. The price is over a thousand dollars so the increase of a case price means we are pretty much paying for the McDavid Young Gun card, if you get 1. I got three in two cases so it is a potential $900 value for those cards but with taxes I paid around $2300 for two cases. If I sold everything, I am not sure if I would break even. Since I got the Overtime Gretzky auto, I can not complain too much for my purchase.
If you go on ebay, many cards are priced and fairly cheap prices. Some Portraits are priced at Buy It Now for $3.99, and from what I picked there may be 1 for three cases. Seems like all the case breakers are selling the product fairly cheap. If you got the McDavid auto, you are hitting the lottery.
I do like the UD Jersey cards but I am not sure if 1 per box places the value up. It will be interesting to see how hard it will be to get the McDavid Young Gun in the retail tins coming out at the end of November.

Mark M
Mark M

Sorry guys, I understand your comments just fine. They fall into one of two categories:

“I didn’t pull anything good so this product sucks” OR

“I can’t resell what I pulled from my case breaks for a profit so this product sucks”

Bottom line, for a “hit” to be valuable it has to be rare. If it isn’t rare (like many of the “all-hit” or “hit per pack” products) it won’t sell for much as the secondary market will be flooded with them. So either way there will be complaints as it seems that most of the people left in this hobby are simply are only interested in resale value.

I don’t know how much upper deck produced and frankly I don’t care. Oh, and most people I see that cracked panini cases in the past (and that continue to now for football and basketball) lost their shorts.


I’ve opened two boxes, and the most notable cards I’ve found so far have been a Jack Eichel canvas young guns, and a Marcel Dionne 1000 point club with a small chunk of stick embedded in it.

I broke 4 boxes from a fresh case. I had 3 YG of 2 Rookies in the 4 boxes & a pair of YGs for 3 other Rookies! No McDavid or Eichel., no exclusives, had 3 jerseys (2 being the boring white) but no patch. Had 1 auto, F. Forsberg, sticker. Being in Canada, this product costs too much ($99.99) and I can confirm that it seems that there are many less hits per box than earlier years.
While I figured I’d have to be lucky to pull McDavid or Eichel, I just don’t understand how I could get so many of the same YG in 4 boxes from the same case! I had a pair of Ehlers but my best YG was Panarin.
I’m done with Series1.


Any idea how many cases have been released?


*Mark M. You are totally right, but I guess you misunderstood the essence of the comments you are referring at. In general, if you’re not a big seller, is not worth it to open cases for money, because it’s like lottery. That’s one thing. On the other hand people complain with reason that Upper Deck takes profit of a situation where they have no competition. In almost all collection up to now, they reduced the number of packs per box or cards in the packs and the price remained the same comparing to the last year. I open a lot of cases of every collection and I felt (and I am not the only one) that for the Series 1 the hits are less than the last year. I believe that they produced much more cases, but kept the same hits, so there are less hits per box. If you’re ok with that, that’s one thing, but people have the right to complain that they pay expensive money for a merchandise that diminished in quality just to make more money for the owner.

My 12 box case was basically the same as others here. I didn’t even get the 50 different Young Guns (no Domi, Galiev, Parayko), but I did get 3 YG Checklists… yeah 3. Inserts/parallel wise I got: 1 SigSen autograph, 1 Clear Cut Superstar, 3 Exclusives: (2 base & 1 YG), 12 Jerseys, a host of UD Portraits, a bunch of Shining Stars (base & blue), and of course, UD Canvas singles. I think this is the worst case of UD I’ve managed in at least the last 5 years. 3 numbered cards in the whole case. In past years, I was averaging at least 6+ Exclusives per case, and 1 High Gloss. As for the 50 Young Guns, the most I was ever off from getting all 50 might have been 1, not 3. I’m just really disappointed overall with this UD1 release. I just feel that I got a whole lot less than what I normally expect from this product- not just dollar wise- but expectation wise.


This stuff seems overproduced, less than one exclusive per box? Recently those were falling one per box. Unless those were just extreme anomalies, did anyone pull similar hit quantities to years past?


Production level have to be close to 1989 Upper Deck. As stated other than McDavid there was nothing of value in the 6 cases I busted. Avoid Upper Deck this year at all cost.

Mark Davies
Mark Davies

I am surprised no UD Canvas young guns. Both my cases were full of them. I think five per case. I did not get the Eichel.
My second case had no High Gloss but 1 Portraits /25 and only 1 McDavid Young Gun. I did get duplicates of other top Young Guns.
I was lucky from the start because one of my Overtime packs had a Gretzky Auto numbered out of 3. As pointed out above, the case hits are not there anymore. The autos suck as well.

Mark M
Mark M

This product is the same as every year, and its great.

If you are a true collector you will enjoy this.

If you are busting boxes and cases to flip for profit, as usual, unless you get lucky you will be disappointed. This is the same with any product (Panini or otherwise, despite what you might read above). It shouldn’t be a reason to rate a product one star because you didn’t get 12 high glosses in your case or whatever you needed to even come close to breaking even.

I did a case, it was a fun rip and I got a McDavid regular young gun. A few PC cards, and several base sets and tons of inserts some of which I may be able to flip for some $$. At the end of the day I lost money, but I don’t go to a movie or a sporting event expecting to leave with more money than when I came in either. If losing money is a big deal, then you are in the wrong hobby.

Gary Lynch
Gary Lynch

Always a big favourite of mine … In one hobby box I pulled 9 YGs 1 Exclusive 20/100 2 YG canvas and 6 regular YGs … :D


Collectibles are getting more popular ( check Tim Horton card set , sold out very fast everywhere in Canada ) and maybe could have been very present for the next 5-10 years like they were in the 90’s.

Unfortunately, Upper-deck have decided to produce massively with a bad USD/CAD rate for the canadian market. ( Box cost is approximatively 115$ with taxes and was 86$ two years ago ).

The average market value of a box for UD 2015-16 serie 1 seem to be around 40-45$ CAD for an average lose of 70$ / box.

Well do i have to tell anything more than it is like throwing money in air without any tax receipt?

Brad Bradley
Brad Bradley

I pulled only 1 Mcdavid young guns out of an entire case. I didn’t pull 1 single canvas young guns. Isn’t there supposed to be a canvas young guns in every 48 hobby packs? A GIANT RIPOFF!


When does retail hit the shelves?


Don’t know why we keep buying this product.. Bring back Panini…People spend their hard earned money on ((trusted)) collectibles and its like winning the lottery to pull a decent box.. Collectors will just focus on third party sellers to get the cards they want.. GO JETS GO


I guess (I have no numbers to support my theory) UD made so many of these cases, because they knew full well that people will go crazy because of McDavid. The result? Well, as Eric above complained, the hits are very scarce. Same thing here: I opened 5 cases and the only real hit I had is a McDavid High Gloss. Sure, this is huge, but I simply got crazy lucky. Only 1 patch, no numbered portraits, only 1 High Gloss and very few Exclusives. Upper Deck got very greedy and with every collection they seem to care less and less about the collectors. We really need Panini to get back in business.


Very disapointed with the hits… Opened 6 cases and got NO PATCH, only 16 exclusives, 1 High Gloss and 1 portraits #’d….

Used to get one patch per case and a lot more exclusives/high gloss…

Mark Davies
Mark Davies

I love the Portraits cards. I opened a case and was lucky to get two McDavid YG cards. The one thing I noticed was I only had two Exclusives /100 cards in a case. The one box with the McDavid Young Guns had the Max Domi Young Guns as well.
I would love to hear what other people got in a case for Exclusives. Note, that I did get one high gloss insert as well.


Anticipating tomorrow, opening some Upper Deck Series1 cases. I decided to skip the Toronto card show this weekend to open the product. Looking forward to the black friday promotion.
Too bad McDavid had to get injured last night.


I don’t quite understand. The Parkhurst Rookies are to be found only in the Black Friday packs? We can’t find them in the Hobby packs?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

T.C.Boutique That’s the way it appears based on the information provided by UD in the final checklist.

Denton Edge
Denton Edge

Where do you get the starter packs? Seems like they want you to go to 10 stores before you can complete your insert sets.

Matt is cool 123 123 123
Matt is cool 123 123 123

gonna get that oscar lindberg high gloss and don’t forget malcolm subban oh man what a great set of young guns


Thank you Trey… Could you check about the Starter Pack as well? Thank you

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Eric I heard back from Upper Deck. The Black Friday packs are Wal-Mart blaster box exclusives that will be available on Black Friday at locations in the US and Canada. The Starter packs are also part of a retail release. They are more of an entry-level option and come with a special binder.


Could you tell us what are the Black Friday Bonus Pack?? I tought the Shining Stars centers/wingers would be included in the hobby boxes…. Thank you

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

Eric We are trying to find out more information about the Black Friday packs. The Centers, Wingers and Legends are found in hobby packs.


4 stars for me…I think the young guns group is really great which is why it’s not getting 3 stars.

-Nice Design
-Nice Rookies checklist
-Potentially alot of fun to open boxes at a not-too-crazy price (canadians paying more than usual this year though)

-Almost exactly the same configuration as previous years…I don’t know why they don’t innovate more with the configuration of the products…
-I hate that they make the insert sets such that you can’t get them all from hobby boxes (shining stars being the worst example)…


Any speculative guesses on box prices?

Trey Treutel
Trey Treutel

SageK Boxes are currently pre-selling for around $81.

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