2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards

2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards

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Filling in the gaps from Series 1, 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey covers most of the missing players and rookie holdovers. The flagship UD set is again led by Young Guns, which fall six per box, and includes rookie star Patrik Laine.

Built around the base set and Young Guns subset (1:4 packs), 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey offers multiple parallels of varying rarity. Among these are High Gloss and Exclusive parallels along with hobby-only Clear Cut PETG parallels, averaging 1:3 boxes.

Adding to the base cards, UD Canvas also has a main set alongside a Young Guns subset. The base Canvas cards average 1:7 packs while Canvas Young Guns are more rare at 1:48 packs. Much tougher to hit are Team Canada POE (1:192) and Retired Stars (1:192) Canvas.

Although 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey skews more to the set builders, rare hits are also in play. Signed options include limited 1,000 Point Club Autographs (#/100) and Autograph Jerseys (#/10), UD Signatures (1:576 packs), and O-Pee-Chee Update Signatures (1:576 packs). A rare UD Canvas Autograph for Pavel Bure has only ten copies.

In addition, memorabilia hits include Rookie Materials (1:72 packs) and Patch (#/25), UD Game Jerseys (1:72 packs) and Patch (#/15), and 1,000 Point Club Jerseys (1:864 packs).

Young Guns may overshadow the other rookie inserts, but the first-year players also see additional coverage. Rookie Breakouts features acetate stock and a print run of 100 copies. Meanwhile, UP Portraits Rookies (1:6 packs) includes 50 subjects along with serial numbered Gold Foil (#/99) and Platinum Blue (#/25) parallels. A rare inclusion celebrating the '15-16 champs, Day With the Cup falls 1:1,000 packs.

Not just updating Series 1, 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey also brings collectors an update to 2016-17 O-Pee-Chee. This includes base Update and Rookies with Retro cards. Hobby-only Red Border parallels are joined by Rainbow Foil and Black Border (#/100).

Release Date: 2/15/2017; ePack - No earlier than 3/1/2017
Product Configuration: 8 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case

2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Hobby Box Break

  • 6 Young Guns Rookies
  • 4 UD Canvas
  • 4 UD Portraits Rookies
  • 1 OPC Update
  • 4 OPC Update Rookies

2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Hobby Case Break

  • 4 Clear Cut PETG Parallels
  • 6 UD Canvas Young Guns
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2016-17 Upper Deck Patrik Laine Young Guns Canvas RC Graded BGS 9.5 NHL Jets
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C222 Thomas Chabot
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C221 Nick Baptiste
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C220 Jacob Larsson
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C219 Drake Caggiula
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C217 Joel Eriksson Ek
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C216 Kyle Connor
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16 17 Upper Deck Series 2 UD Canvas Young Guns #C215 Brandon Montour
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16 17 Upper Deck UD Canvas Young Guns #C119 Nick Sorensen
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16 17 Upper Deck UD Canvas Young Guns #C118 Gustav Forsling
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16 17 Upper Deck UD Canvas Young Guns #C117 Anthony Beauvillier
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16 17 Upper Deck UD Canvas Young Guns #C116 Oliver Bjorkstrand
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Set Checklist

2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Checklist

Pack odds key: h = Hobby, e = ePack, r = Retail, b = Blaster, f = Fat, t = Tin.

Base Set Checklist

Young Guns Odds - 1:4 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin, 1:6 blaster.
PARALLEL CARDS: Exclusives #/100 (h/e); Clear Cut (1:72 packs - Hobby only), High Gloss #/10 (h/e), Printing Plates 4/4 (h/e).
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

251 Hampus Lindholm - Anaheim Ducks
252 Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
253 Sami Vatanen - Anaheim Ducks
254 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
255 Antoine Vermette - Anaheim Ducks
256 Jonathan Bernier - Anaheim Ducks
257 Tobias Rieder - Arizona Coyotes
258 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
259 Alex Goligoski - Arizona Coyotes
260 Radim Vrbata - Arizona Coyotes
261 Brad Richardson - Arizona Coyotes
262 Louis Domingue - Arizona Coyotes
263 Luke Schenn - Arizona Coyotes
264 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
265 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
266 Torey Krug - Boston Bruins
267 David Backes - Boston Bruins
268 Dominic Moore - Boston Bruins
269 Joe Morrow - Boston Bruins
270 Rasmus Ristolainen - Buffalo Sabres
271 Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres
272 Brian Gionta - Buffalo Sabres
273 Evander Kane - Buffalo Sabres
274 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
275 Tyler Ennis - Buffalo Sabres
276 Dmitry Kulikov - Buffalo Sabres
277 Kyle Okposo - Buffalo Sabres
278 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
279 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
280 Dennis Wideman - Calgary Flames
281 Troy Brouwer - Calgary Flames
282 Brian Elliott - Calgary Flames
283 Micheal Ferland - Calgary Flames
284 Lee Stempniak - Carolina Hurricanes
285 Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes
286 Jordan Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
287 Ron Hainsey - Carolina Hurricanes
288 Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes
289 Joakim Nordstrom - Carolina Hurricanes
290 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks
291 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
292 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
293 Richard Panik - Chicago Blackhawks
294 Trevor van Riemsdyk - Chicago Blackhawks
295 Ryan Hartman - Chicago Blackhawks
296 Joe Colborne - Colorado Avalanche
297 Mikhail Grigorenko - Colorado Avalanche
298 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
299 Tyson Barrie - Colorado Avalanche
300 Nikita Zadorov - Colorado Avalanche
301 Semyon Varlamov - Colorado Avalanche
302 Blake Comeau - Colorado Avalanche
303 Seth Jones - Columbus Blue Jackets
304 Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets
305 Jack Johnson - Columbus Blue Jackets
306 Ryan Murray - Columbus Blue Jackets
307 Sergei Bobrovsky - Columbus Blue Jackets
308 Matt Calvert - Columbus Blue Jackets
309 Antti Niemi - Dallas Stars
310 Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars
311 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
312 Jiri Hudler - Dallas Stars
313 Dan Hamhuis - Dallas Stars
314 Antoine Roussel - Dallas Stars
315 Petr Mrazek - Detroit Red Wings
316 Riley Sheahan - Detroit Red Wings
317 Darren Helm - Detroit Red Wings
318 Gustav Nyquist - Detroit Red Wings
319 Niklas Kronwall - Detroit Red Wings
320 Thomas Vanek - Detroit Red Wings
321 Frans Nielsen - Detroit Red Wings
322 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
323 Kris Russell - Edmonton Oilers
324 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
325 Patrick Maroon - Edmonton Oilers
326 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
327 Milan Lucic - Edmonton Oilers
328 Adam Larsson - Edmonton Oilers
329 Zack Kassian - Edmonton Oilers
330 Jason Demers - Florida Panthers
331 Jonathan Marchessault - Florida Panthers
332 Jussi Jokinen - Florida Panthers
333 Nick Bjugstad - Florida Panthers
334 James Reimer - Florida Panthers
335 Keith Yandle - Florida Panthers
336 Jared McCann - Florida Panthers
337 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
338 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
339 Devin Setoguchi - Los Angeles Kings
340 Dustin Brown - Los Angeles Kings
341 Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings
342 Matt Dumba - Minnesota Wild
343 Charlie Coyle - Minnesota Wild
344 Mikael Granlund - Minnesota Wild
345 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
346 Eric Staal - Minnesota Wild
347 Jared Spurgeon - Minnesota Wild
348 Andrew Shaw - Montreal Canadiens
349 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
350 David Desharnais - Montreal Canadiens
351 Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
352 Alexei Emelin - Montreal Canadiens
353 Alexander Radulov - Montreal Canadiens
354 Kevin Fiala - Nashville Predators
355 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators
356 Mike Ribeiro - Nashville Predators
357 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
358 Colin Wilson - Nashville Predators
359 Ryan Ellis - Nashville Predators
360 Taylor Hall - New Jersey Devils
361 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
362 Travis Zajac - New Jersey Devils
363 Devante Smith-Pelly - New Jersey Devils
364 John Moore - New Jersey Devils
365 P.A. Parenteau - New Jersey Devils
366 Andrew Ladd - New York Islanders
367 Ryan Strome - New York Islanders
368 Travis Hamonic - New York Islanders
369 Johnny Boychuk - New York Islanders
370 Thomas Greiss - New York Islanders
371 Jason Chimera - New York Islanders
372 Josh Bailey - New York Islanders
373 Cal Clutterbuck - New York Islanders
374 J.T. Miller - New York Rangers
375 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
376 Oscar Lindberg - New York Rangers
377 Kevin Hayes - New York Rangers
378 Mika Zibanejad - New York Rangers
379 Michael Grabner - New York Rangers
380 Jean-Gabriel Pageau - Ottawa Senators
381 Derick Brassard - Ottawa Senators
382 Cody Ceci - Ottawa Senators
383 Mike Hoffman - Ottawa Senators
384 Dion Phaneuf - Ottawa Senators
385 Craig Anderson - Ottawa Senators
386 Zack Smith - Ottawa Senators
387 Brayden Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers
388 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
389 Steve Mason - Philadelphia Flyers
390 Michael Raffl - Philadelphia Flyers
391 Scott Laughton - Philadelphia Flyers
392 Matt Read - Philadelphia Flyers
393 Chris Kunitz - Pittsburgh Penguins
394 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins
395 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
396 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
397 Olli Maatta - Pittsburgh Penguins
398 Nick Bonino - Pittsburgh Penguins
399 Bryan Rust - Pittsburgh Penguins
400 Mikkel Boedker - San Jose Sharks
401 David Schlemko - San Jose Sharks
402 Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
403 Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
404 Joonas Donskoi - San Jose Sharks
405 Marc-Edouard Vlasic - San Jose Sharks
406 Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks
407 Matt Nieto - San Jose Sharks
408 David Perron - St. Louis Blues
409 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
410 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
411 Jay Bouwmeester - St. Louis Blues
412 Kevin Shattenkirk - St. Louis Blues
413 Nail Yakupov - St. Louis Blues
414 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
415 Vladislav Namestnikov - Tampa Bay Lightning
416 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
417 Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
418 Valtteri Filppula - Tampa Bay Lightning
419 Alex Killorn - Tampa Bay Lightning
420 Jonathan Drouin - Tampa Bay Lightning
421 Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs
422 Morgan Rielly - Toronto Maple Leafs
423 Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs
424 Jhonas Enroth - Toronto Maple Leafs
425 Matt Hunwick - Toronto Maple Leafs
426 Matt Martin - Toronto Maple Leafs
427 Erik Gudbranson - Vancouver Canucks
428 Loui Eriksson - Vancouver Canucks
429 Sven Baertschi - Vancouver Canucks
430 Alexandre Burrows - Vancouver Canucks
431 Christopher Tanev - Vancouver Canucks
432 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
433 Jacob Markstrom - Vancouver Canucks
434 Lars Eller - Washington Capitals
435 Dmitry Orlov - Washington Capitals
436 Marcus Johansson - Washington Capitals
437 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
438 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
439 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
440 Tom Wilson - Washington Capitals
441 Brett Connolly - Washington Capitals
442 Shawn Matthias - Winnipeg Jets
443 Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg Jets
444 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
445 Bryan Little - Winnipeg Jets
446 Mathieu Perreault - Winnipeg Jets
447 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
448 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
449 Cory Schneider/Braden Holtby CL -  Devils / Capitals
450 P.K. Subban/Shea Weber CL - Predators / Canadiens
Young Guns Rookies - Shop YG on eBay
451 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
452 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
453 Miles Wood - New Jersey Devils
454 William Carrier - Buffalo Sabres
455 Drake Caggiula - Edmonton Oilers
456 Yohann Auvitu - New Jersey Devils
457 Markus Nutivaara - Columbus Blue Jackets
458 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
459 Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
460 Frederik Gauthier - Toronto Maple Leafs
461 Blake Speers - New Jersey Devils
462 Casey Nelson - Buffalo Sabres
463 Anthony DeAngelo - Arizona Coyotes
464 Mark McNeill - Chicago Blackhawks
465 Gemel Smith - Dallas Stars
466 Tristan Jarry - Pittsburgh Penguins
467 Brandon Tanev - Winnipeg Jets
468 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
469 Dominik Simon - Pittsburgh Penguins
470 Rob O'Gara - Boston Bruins
471 Tyler Bertuzzi - Detroit Red Wings
472 Thatcher Demko - Vancouver Canucks
473 Charlie Lindgren - Montreal Canadiens
474 Kevin Gravel - Los Angeles Kings
475 Troy Stecher - Vancouver Canucks
476 Brandon Montour - Anaheim Ducks
477 Nick Baptiste - Buffalo Sabres
478 Aaron Dell - San Jose Sharks
479 Timo Meier - San Jose Sharks
480 Michal Kempny - Chicago Blackhawks
481 Stephen Johns - Dallas Stars
482 Brandon Carlo - Boston Bruins
483 Kyle Rau - Florida Panthers
484 Nikita Soshnikov - Toronto Maple Leafs
485 Chase De Leo - Winnipeg Jets
486 Kevin Labanc - San Jose Sharks
487 Oskar Sundqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
488 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
489 Ondrej Kase - Anaheim Ducks
490 Ryan Pulock - New York Islanders
491 Tobias Lindberg - Toronto Maple Leafs
492 Scott Wedgewood - New Jersey Devils
493 Oliver Kylington - Calgary Flames
494 Shane Harper - Florida Panthers
495 Jacob Larsson - Anaheim Ducks
496 Zane Mcintyre - Boston Bruins
497 Jason Dickinson - Dallas Stars
498 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
499 Brendan Leipsic - Toronto Maple Leafs
500 Mitch Marner/Patrik Laine CL - Maple Leafs / Jets

 

UD Canvas Set Checklist

Base Odds - 1:7 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin, 1:14 blaster.
Young Guns Odds - 1:48 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin, 1:96 blaster.
Retired Stars / Program of Excellence Odds - 1:192 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin, 1:384 blaster.
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

Base
C121 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
C122 Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
C123 Hampus Lindholm - Anaheim Ducks
C124 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
C125 Martin Hanzal - Arizona Coyotes
C126 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
C127 David Krejci - Boston Bruins
C128 David Backes - Boston Bruins
C129 Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres
C130 Kyle Okposo - Buffalo Sabres
C131 Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames
C132 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
C133 Brian Elliott - Calgary Flames
C134 Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes
C135 Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes
C136 Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes
C137 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
C138 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
C139 Artem Anisimov - Chicago Blackhawks
C140 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche
C141 Carl Soderberg - Colorado Avalanche
C142 Cam Atkinson - Columbus Blue Jackets
C143 Alexander Wennberg - Columbus Blue Jackets
C144 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
C145 Patrick Sharp - Dallas Stars
C146 Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings
C147 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
C148 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers
C149 Milan Lucic - Edmonton Oilers
C150 Adam Larsson - Edmonton Oilers
C151 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
C152 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
C153 Vincent Trocheck - Florida Panthers
C154 Jake Muzzin - Los Angeles Kings
C155 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
C156 Tanner Pearson - Los Angeles Kings
C157 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
C158 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
C159 Mikko Koivu - Minnesota Wild
C160 Eric Staal - Minnesota Wild
C161 Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
C162 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
C163 Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens
C164 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
C165 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
C166 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
C167 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators
C168 Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils
C169 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
C170 Taylor Hall - New Jersey Devils
C171 John Tavares - New York Islanders
C172 Andrew Ladd - New York Islanders
C173 Jaroslav Halak - New York Islanders
C174 Travis Hamonic - New York Islanders
C175 Mats Zuccarello - New York Rangers
C176 J.T. Miller - New York Rangers
C177 Mika Zibanejad - New York Rangers
C178 Derick Brassard - Ottawa Senators
C179 Jean-Gabriel Pageau - Ottawa Senators
C180 Mike Hoffman - Ottawa Senators
C181 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
C182 Wayne Simmonds - Philadelphia Flyers
C183 Brayden Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers
C184 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
C185 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
C186 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
C187 Patrick Marleau - San Jose Sharks
C188 Mikkel Boedker - San Jose Sharks
C189 Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues
C190 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
C191 David Perron - St. Louis Blues
C192 Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning
C193 Alex Killorn - Tampa Bay Lightning
C194 Vladislav Namestnikov - Tampa Bay Lightning
C195 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
C196 Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs
C197 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
C198 Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs
C199 Loui Eriksson - Vancouver Canucks
C200 Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
C201 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
C202 Sven Baertschi - Vancouver Canucks
C203 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
C204 Justin Williams - Washington Capitals
C205 Andre Burakovsky - Washington Capitals
C206 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
C207 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
C208 Mathieu Perreault - Winnipeg Jets
C209 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
C210 Steven Stamkos/John Tavares CL - Lightning / Islanders
Young Guns Rookies - Shop Canvas YGs
C211 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
C212 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers
C213 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
C214 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
C215 Brandon Montour - Anaheim Ducks
C216 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
C217 Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
C218 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
C219 Drake Caggiula - Edmonton Oilers
C220 Jacob Larsson - Anaheim Ducks
C221 Nick Baptiste - Buffalo Sabres
C222 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
C223 Nikita Zaitsev - Toronto Maple Leafs
C224 Mike Reilly - Minnesota Wild
C225 Timo Meier - San Jose Sharks
C226 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
C227 Adam Erne - Tampa Bay Lightning
C228 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
C229 Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks
C230 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
C231 Josh Morrissey - Winnipeg Jets
C232 Artturi Lehkonen - Montreal Canadiens
C233 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning
C234 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
C235 Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
C236 Thatcher Demko - Vancouver Canucks
C237 Zach Sanford - Washington Capitals
C238 Julius Honka - Dallas Stars
C239 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
C240 Auston Matthews / William Nylander CL - Maple Leafs
Retired Stars
C241 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
C242 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
C243 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
C244 Dale Hawerchuk - Winnipeg Jets
C245 Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues
C246 Norm Ullman - Detroit Red Wings
C247 Trevor Linden - Vancouver Canucks
C248 Mike Richter - New York Rangers
C249 Dominik Hasek - Buffalo Sabres
C250 Mike Modano - Dallas Stars
C251 Pat LaFontaine - New York Islanders
C252 Darryl Sittler - Toronto Maple Leafs
C253 Luc Robitaille - Los Angeles Kings
C254 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
C255 Stan Mikita - Chicago Blackhawks
Program of Excellence Rookies
C256 Jason Dickinson - Team Canada
C257 Josh Morrissey - Team Canada
C258 Ryan Pulock - Team Canada
C259 Alan Quine - Team Canada
C260 Anthony Mantha - Team Canada
C261 Thomas Chabot - Team Canada
C262 Michael Matheson - Team Canada
C263 Chris Bigras - Team Canada
C264 Travis Konecny - Team Canada
C265 Mitch Marner - Team Canada
C266 Lawson Crouse - Team Canada
C267 Brayden Point - Team Canada
C268 Dylan Strome - Team Canada
C269 Anthony Beauvillier - Team Canada
C270 Mathew Barzal - Team Canada

 

UD Canvas Signatures Set Checklist

1 card. Serial Numbered #/10. Hobby and ePacks.

C-PB Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks

 

UD Signatures Set Checklist

19 cards. Overall odds: 1:576 Hobby and ePacks.
Specific group odds noted below.
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

UDS-CT Chris Tierney - San Jose Sharks C 1:884
UDS-DF Derek Forbort - Los Angeles Kings C 1:884
UDS-DK David Krejci - Boston Bruins A 1:3,923
UDS-GC Gregory Campbell - Columbus Blue Jackets B 1:2,853
UDS-JA Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues A 1:3,923
UDS-KP Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils A 1:3,923
UDS-LD Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers A 1:3,923
UDS-MG Mikhail Grigorenko - Colorado Avalanche C 1:884
UDS-MH Mike Hoffman - Ottawa Senators A 1:3,923
UDS-ND Nicolas Deslauriers - Buffalo Sabres C 1:884
UDS-NN Nino Niederreiter - Minnesota Wild A 1:3,923
UDS-NS Nick Shore - Los Angeles Kings B 1:2,853
UDS-PB Pierre-Edouard Bellemare - Philadelphia Flyers C 1:884
UDS-QH Quinton Howden - Winnipeg Jets C 1:884
UDS-RJ Roman Josi - Nashville Predators A 1:3,923
UDS-SR Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres A 1:3,923
UDS-TW Tom Wilson - Washington Capitals B 1:2,853
UDS-WK William Karlsson - Columbus Blue Jackets C 1:884
UDS-ZG Zemgus Girgensons - Buffalo Sabres B 1:2,853

 

A Piece of History 500 Goal Club Autograph Set Checklist

1 card. Serial Numbered #/25. Hobby and ePacks.

GC-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals

 

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

7 cards. Overall Odds - 1:864 hobby/ePacks.
Specific group odds noted below.
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

PC-BC Bobby Clarke - Philadelphia Flyers A 1:5,760
PC-DT Dave Taylor - Los Angeles Kings C 1:1,152
PC-MH Marian Hossa - Chicago Blackhawks C 1:1,152
PC-ML Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins A 1:5,760
PC-PE Patrik Elias - New Jersey Devils C 1:1,152
PC-PL Pat LaFontaine - New York Islanders A 1:5,760
PC-TF Theoren Fleury - Calgary Flames B 1:8,640

 

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

17 cards. Serial Numbered #/10. Hobby and ePacks.

PC-AO Adam Oates - Boston Bruins
PC-DG Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs
PC-DH Dale Hawerchuk - Winnipeg Jets
PC-DS Denis Savard - Chicago Blackhawks
PC-JI Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
PC-JJ Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
PC-JK Jari Kurri - New York Rangers
PC-JR Jeremy Roenick - Chicago Blackhawks
PC-MD Marcel Dionne - Los Angeles Kings
PC-MG Mike Gartner - Toronto Maple Leafs
PC-MM Mike Modano - Dallas Stars
PC-MM Mark Messier - New York Rangers
PC-MS Martin St. Louis - Tampa Bay Lightning
PC-PC Paul Coffey - Pittsburgh Penguins
PC-RB Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins
PC-SL Steve Larmer - Chicago Blackhawks
PC-VD Vincent Damphousse - Montreal Canadiens

 

Day with the Cup Set Checklist

7 cards.
Overall Odds - 1:1,000 hobby/ePack; 1:2,500 retail/fat/tin; 1:5,000 blaster.
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

DC17 Olli Maatta - Pittsburgh Penguins
DC18 Trevor Daley - Pittsburgh Penguins
DC19 Chris Kunitz - Pittsburgh Penguins
DC20 Nick Bonino - Pittsburgh Penguins
DC21 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
DC22 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
DC23 Ben Lovejoy - Pittsburgh Penguins

 

Day with the Cup Flashbacks Set Checklist

5 cards.
Overall Odds - 1:9,720 hobby; 1:1,000 ePack; 1:24,300 retail/fat/tin; 1:46,800 blaster.

DCF-1 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
DCF-2 Igor Larionov - Detroit Red Wings
DCF-3 Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings
DCF-4 Larry Murphy - Detroit Red Wings
DCF-5 Chris Osgood - Detroit Red Wings

 

Rookies Portraits Set Checklist

50 cards.
Overall Odds - 1:6 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin; 1:12 blaster.
PARALLEL CARDS (Hobby, ePack only): Gold Foil #/99, Platinum Blue Foil #/25.
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

P-61 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
P-62 Pontus Aberg - Nashville Predators
P-63 Mike Reilly - Minnesota Wild
P-64 Steven Santini - New Jersey Devils
P-65 Artturi Lehkonen - Montreal Canadiens
P-66 Brandon Carlo - Boston Bruins
P-67 Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks
P-68 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
P-69 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-70 Justin Bailey - Buffalo Sabres
P-71 Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders
P-72 Connor Brown - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-73 Jakob Chychrun - Arizona Coyotes
P-74 Brendan Leipsic - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-75 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
P-76 Zach Sanford - Washington Capitals
P-77 Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
P-78 Drake Caggiula - Edmonton Oilers
P-79 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning
P-80 Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-81 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-82 Jacob Larsson - Anaheim Ducks
P-83 Oliver Kylington - Calgary Flames
P-84 Charlie Lindgren - Montreal Canadiens
P-85 Troy Stecher - Vancouver Canucks
P-86 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
P-87 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers
P-88 Michael Matheson - Florida Panthers
P-89 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
P-90 Tyler Motte - Chicago Blackhawks
P-91 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
P-92 Jason Dickinson - Dallas Stars
P-93 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
P-94 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
P-95 Mikhail Sergachev - Montreal Canadiens
P-96 Nikita Zaitsev - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-97 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers
P-98 Oliver Bjorkstrand - Columbus Blue Jackets
P-99 Blake Speers - New Jersey Devils
P-100 Kevin Labanc - San Jose Sharks
P-101 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
P-102 Tristan Jarry - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-103 Miles Wood - New Jersey Devils
P-104 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers
P-105 Julius Honka - Dallas Stars
P-106 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
P-107 Nick Paul - Ottawa Senators
P-108 Chris Bigras - Colorado Avalanche
P-109 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
P-110 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

Rookie Breakouts Set Checklist

28 cards. Serial Numbered #/100. Hobby and ePacks.
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

RB1 Artturi Lehkonen - Montreal Canadiens
RB2 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
RB3 Brandon Carlo - Boston Bruins
RB4 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
RB5 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
RB6 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
RB7 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
RB8 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers
RB9 Hudson Fasching - Buffalo Sabres
RB10 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
RB11 Mikhail Sergachev - Montreal Canadiens
RB12 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
RB13 Jakub Vrana - Washington Capitals
RB14 Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
RB15 Jakob Chychrun - Arizona Coyotes
RB16 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
RB17 Sonny Milano - Columbus Blue Jackets
RB18 Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks
RB19 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers
RB20 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
RB21 Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils
RB22 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
RB23 Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders
RB24 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
RB25 Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings
RB26 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers
RB27 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
RB28 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

Rookie Materials Set Checklist

41 cards. Specific group odds noted below.
Overall odds: 1:72 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin, 1:720 blaster.
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/25 (h/e).
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

RM-AB Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders C 1:475
RM-AM Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs A 1:1,146
RM-BL Brendan Leipsic - Toronto Maple Leafs D 1:642
RM-BP Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning E 1:128
RM-BR Chris Bigras - Colorado Avalanche E 1:128
RM-CB Connor Brown - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:475
RM-CD Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes C 1:475
RM-EL Esa Lindell - Dallas Stars E 1:128
RM-HF Hudson Fasching - Buffalo Sabres C 1:475
RM-IP Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers B 1:642
RM-JB Justin Bailey - Buffalo Sabres E 1:128
RM-JC Jakob Chychrun - Arizona Coyotes B 1:642
RM-JE Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild D 1:642
RM-JP Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers A 1:1,146
RM-JV Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers D 1:642
RM-KC Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets A 1:1,146
RM-KK Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:475
RM-LC Lawson Crouse - Arizona Coyotes C 1:475
RM-MA Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings C 1:475
RM-MB Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders B 1:642
RM-MI Michael Matheson - Florida Panthers E 1:128
RM-MM Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs A 1:1,146
RM-MR Mike Reilly - Minnesota Wild E 1:128
RM-MS Mikhail Sergachev - Montreal Canadiens A 1:1,146
RM-MT Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames A 1:1,146
RM-NS Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks B 1:642
RM-OB Oliver Bjorkstrand - Columbus Blue Jackets C 1:475
RM-OK Oliver Kylington - Calgary Flames E 1:128
RM-OS Oskar Sundqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins E 1:128
RM-PB Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers B 1:642
RM-PL Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets A 1:1,146
RM-PZ Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils B 1:642
RM-RP Ryan Pulock - New York Islanders E 1:128
RM-SA Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes C 1:475
RM-SM Sonny Milano - Columbus Blue Jackets B 1:642
RM-SO Nikita Soshnikov - Toronto Maple Leafs E 1:128
RM-TC Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators B 1:642
RM-TK Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers B 1:642
RM-TM Tyler Motte - Chicago Blackhawks D 1:642
RM-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs A 1:1,146
RM-ZW Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets B 1:642

 

UD Game Jersey Set Checklist

48 cards. Overall odds: 1:72 hobby/ePack/retail/fat/tin, 1:720 blaster.
Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/15 (h/e)*.
*No Patch parallel for Justin Faulk (#GJ-JF).*

GJ-AD Anthony Duclair - Arizona Coyotes F 1:156
GJ-AH Andrew Hammond - Ottawa Senators F 1:156
GJ-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals C 1:851
GJ-BB Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks C 1:851
GJ-BE Matt Beleskey - Boston Bruins F 1:156
GJ-BR Brayden Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers E 1:260
GJ-BS Brandon Saad - Columbus Blue Jackets E 1:260
GJ-CA Craig Anderson - Ottawa Senators F 1:156
GJ-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens C 1:851
GJ-DH Dougie Hamilton - Calgary Flames F 1:156
GJ-DK Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks C 1:851
GJ-DU Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild F 1:156
GJ-EK Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators B 1:13,689
GJ-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins C 1:851
GJ-FF Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators D 1:426
GJ-GL Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche D 1:426
GJ-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers C 1:851
GJ-HS Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks C 1:851
GJ-HZ Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings C 1:851
GJ-JB Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars C 1:851
GJ-JF Justin Faulk - Carolina Hurricanes E 1:260*
GJ-JG Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames D 1:426
GJ-JQ Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings D 1:426
GJ-JS Jordan Staal - Carolina Hurricanes F 1:156
GJ-KA Nazem Kadri - Toronto Maple Leafs E 1:260
GJ-KU Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals D 1:426
GJ-LE Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins D 1:426
GJ-MA Mark Stone - Ottawa Senators E 1:260
GJ-MC Michael Cammalleri - New Jersey Devils F 1:156
GJ-MJ Martin Jones - San Jose Sharks E 1:260
GJ-MS Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets D 1:426
GJ-NA Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche D 1:426
GJ-NB Nick Bjugstad - Florida Panthers E 1:260
GJ-NK Niklas Kronwall - Detroit Red Wings F 1:156
GJ-NL Nick Leddy - New York Islanders F 1:156
GJ-NN Nino Niederreiter - Minnesota Wild F 1:156
GJ-OE Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes A 1:26,009
GJ-OP Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning E 1:260
GJ-PB Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins E 1:260
GJ-RG Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks C 1:851
GJ-RK Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks E 1:260
GJ-RO Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres E 1:260
GJ-SB Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames D 1:426
GJ-SR Sam Reinhart - Buffalo Sabres E 1:260
GJ-TA John Tavares - New York Islanders C 1:851
GJ-TO Tomas Tatar - Detroit Red Wings F 1:156
GJ-TT Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings D 1:426
GJ-VH Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning D 1:426

 

Jumbo Cards Parallel Set Checklist

28 cards.
Overall Odds - Base: 1 per Tin; Young Guns: 1 per YG Blaster.

Base
44 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
61 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
75 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
86 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
101 Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens
133 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
146 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
150 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
162 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
170 James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs
179 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
184 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
187 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
195 Dustin Byfuglien - Winnipeg Jets
Young Guns
451 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
452 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
458 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
459 Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
463 Anthony DeAngelo - Arizona Coyotes
468 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
471 Tyler Bertuzzi - Detroit Red Wings
475 Troy Stecher - Vancouver Canucks
482 Brandon Carlo - Boston Bruins
484 Nikita Soshnikov - Toronto Maple Leafs
486 Kevin Labanc - San Jose Sharks
488 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
498 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
499 Brendan Leipsic - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

2014-15 Upper Deck Update Hockey Heroes 2010s Autograph Parallel Checklist

3 cards. Hobby and ePacks.

2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

HH85 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 15
HH-88 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 15
HH-91 Patrick Kane/Alex Ovechkin - Chicago/Washington Blackhawks/Capitals #/ 10

2016-17 O-Pee-Chee Update Checklist

 

O-Pee-Chee Update Base Set Checklist

Overall Odds - 1:24 hobby/ePacks/retail/fat/tin, 1:48 blaster.
PARALLEL CARDS: Retro Variation (1:60 h/e/r/f/t, 1:120 b), Rainbow Foil (1:120 h/e/r/f/t, 1:240 b),  Black Rainbow Foil #/100 (h/e), Red Border (1:1,200 hobby).
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

661 Taylor Hall - New Jersey Devils
662 David Backes - Boston Bruins
663 Kyle Okposo - Buffalo Sabres
664 Mikkel Boedker - San Jose Sharks
665 Milan Lucic - Edmonton Oilers
666 Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
667 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators
668 Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs
669 Thomas Vanek - Detroit Red Wings
670 David Perron - St. Louis Blues

 

O-Pee-Chee Update Marquee Rookies Set Checklist

Overall Odds - 1:6 hobby/ePacks/retail/fat/tin, 1:12 blaster.
PARALLEL CARDS: Retro Variation (1:15 h/e/r/f/t, 1:30 b), Rainbow Foil (1:30 h/e/r/f/t, 1:60 b), Black Rainbow Foil #/100 (h/e), Red Border (1:300 hobby).
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey

671 Tyler Motte - Chicago Blackhawks
672 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
673 Zach Sanford - Washington Capitals
674 A.J. Greer - Colorado Avalanche
675 Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
676 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
677 Artturi Lehkonen - Montreal Canadiens
678 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
679 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
680 Nikita Zaitsev - Toronto Maple Leafs
681 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
682 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning
683 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
684 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers
685 Danton Heinen - Boston Bruins
686 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
687 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
688 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
689 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
690 Julius Honka - Dallas Stars
691 Jakob Chychrun - Arizona Coyotes
692 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
693 Kevin Labanc - San Jose Sharks
694 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
695 Tom Kuhnhackl - Pittsburgh Penguins
696 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
697 Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
698 Jacob Larsson - Anaheim Ducks
699 Anthony DeAngelo - Arizona Coyotes
700 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers
701 Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks
702 Troy Stecher - Vancouver Canucks
703 Brandon Carlo - Boston Bruins
704 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers
705 Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders
706 Drake Caggiula - Edmonton Oilers
707 Mikhail Sergachev - Montreal Canadiens
708 Nick Baptiste - Buffalo Sabres
709 Denis Malgin - Florida Panthers
710 Nick Lappin - New Jersey Devils

 

O-Pee-Chee Update Glossy Rookies Set Checklist

10 cards. One 3-card OPC Glossy Rookies Pack per Mega Box.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red Foil (1:4 OPC packs), Black Foil (1:18 OPC packs).

R-1 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
R-2 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
R-3 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
R-4 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
R-5 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
R-6 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers
R-7 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers
R-8 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
R-9 Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils
R-10 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets

 

O-Pee-Chee Update Signatures Set Checklist

19 cards. Overall odds: 1:576 Hobby and ePacks.
Specific group odds noted below.

US-AB Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders E 1:819
US-AM Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs A 1:171,936
US-BP Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning E 1:819
US-DH Danton Heinen - Boston Bruins E 1:819
US-HF Hudson Fasching - Buffalo Sabres E 1:819
US-JP Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers B 1:34,387
US-KC Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets C 1:3,821
US-MA Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings C 1:3,821
US-MM Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:3,821
US-MT Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames C 1:3,821
US-MW Miles Wood - New Jersey Devils E 1:819
US-NS Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks D 1:4,585
US-PB Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers D 1:4,585
US-PL Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets B 1:34,387
US-PZ Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils C 1:3,821
US-SM Sonny Milano - Columbus Blue Jackets E 1:819
US-TM Tyler Motte - Chicago Blackhawks E 1:819
US-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:3,821
US-ZW Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets D 1:4,585

 


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User Reviews

  1. OK, many players with 5 and less game, so interesting… UD, where the hell is rookie Lukas Sedlak, Columbus, who played 38 games? There is 0 cards so far in all UD products this year.

  2. So, with the Series 2 YGs announced, that make 13 Leafs (11 YGs + 2 YG CLs) in both series. So if you’re a TML fan, then this is your year. If not, oh well. And for me, oh well. After a 26 year run of buying UD, I have yet to buy any S1, and I’m more closer to S2 than S1 at this point of the year- and it’s not looking good. Sorry UD.

  3. I have been collecting serie 1 and 2 since 1990-91 cause it is the best ratio of veteran and rookie cards. NHLPA decide wich player can be add as Young Gun then UD decide wich one they want for the set. 50 is probably too much some time and many YG cards worth almost nothing but if they miss someone on the list they can always add him to the next serie. Hockey cards is a hobby, you shouldn’t think of resell to make profit beside if you are a merchant. For me Patrick Laine would be the only Young Gun inside it and I would be happy.

  4. Poor choice of selection when it comes to the young guns set.
    Who should be here who isn’t
    -Lukas Sedlak, Blue Jackets
    -Connor Sheary, Penguins
    -Brian Rust, Penguins
    -Tyler Pitlick, Oilers
    -Julius Honka, Stars
    -Kristers Gudlevskis, Lightning
    -Kieth Kinkaid, Devils
    -Adrian Kempe, Kings
    -Klas Dahlback- Hurricanes

    Who is here who need not be here
    (could easily be released in update, 2018 or 2019)
    -Charlie Lindgren, Canadiens
    -Thatcher Demko, Canucks
    -Mark McNeill, Blackhawks
    -Tyler Bertuzzi, Redwings
    -Brandon Montour, Ducks
    -Gemel Smith, Stars
    -Jason Dickinson, Stars
    -Chase De Leo, Jets
    -Tristan Jarry- Penguins

  5. Series Two is always a great product with the updating of rookies from other sets and having the advantage of seeing a lot more rookies make their debuts later in the season. Once again though UD seems to have dropped the ball in selecting their group of Young Guns. Not sure how they selected Tristan Jarry over Jake Guentzel (left Sheary and Rust out over the past year) and Lukas Sedlack plus a strong handful of others over the years not getting the nod. I get that UD now uses SP Authentic to make their Young Guns updates (Matt Murray last season) but for one of their most popular products to not have these guys is a major slip up.

  6. @Kenneth Mauax:

    Connor Sheary has cards in 15-16 product but not much
    Tyler Pitlick has cards in 13-14 product
    Kristers Gudlevskis has cards in 14-15 product
    Kieth Kinkaid has cards in 13-14 product

    The rest of the players you mentioned will most likely be inserted as Young Guns in SPA as an Upper Deck update like they did the past 2 year.

  7. Good crop of Young Guns compared to last year Series 2. Awesome for Leaf Fans to collect. But price is a little high for this type of product shouldn’t be more then $80. If your not into the extra stuff you get in hobby boxes and just want the young guns best bet is retail since it is a little cheaper.

  8. And Bryan Rust had cards in 2014-15.

    Also, Matt Benning is missing would like to see some cards of him

  9. Best quality/price serie. Upper Deck do not decide who can be there. NHLPA submit list of rookie they can use. Honestly only 5-10 young guns have good value over time but I like to see good prospect. dont worry for missing one they will add em next serie.

  10. Zach Hyman Canvas YG?

  11. I think someone needs to clarify the regulations Upper Deck has to follow in terms of releasing rookie cards. If a player is deemed a rookie, does Upper Deck only have that season to release that players card? Also there is a cutoff date in terms of a player being eligible to be included in products for that season.

    Myself, I don’t like the goalie rule where if the goalie dresses for a game, he is deemed eligible for a card. We saw this for Zachary Fucale last year and Thatcher Demko this year. Fucale still hasn’t played a game in the NHL and same with Demko.

    Why are there so many Maple Leafs?
    A couple I just looked up aren’t high draft picks nor played many games in the NHL. The only reason I can think of is they are highly touted prospects which many very well be as I know nothing of some of these players.

  12. Been Young Guns since 11-12 season. UD really needs to reevaluate the way they select rookie cards

    Series #1- Summer draft picks who made the team plus those who entered the league the previous year post mid season.

    Series 2- High end draft picks plus those who entered the league past mid season last year to current mid season.

    update- significant rookies who entered the league post mid season.

    also increase the # of young guns. SP Authentic rookies offers 20 more than UD but they’re never sold as a set and half are autos so they’re heavily overpriced.

  13. Conor Sheary unfortunately will never have a true Young Guns rookie card because his only true Rookie card was in last years Showcase product. Its limited to 599 serial numbered copies and is now very hard to locate and getting very expensive if you can find one at all. With the Penguins successful Cup run last season with him playing as well as he did at least Upper Deck could have included him in some of their other late products but they chose to limit it to Showcase only.

  14. So looking at the final checklist, There are some negatives. I do agree the YG selection is suspect, but looking at last years YG in S2, it was the same thing if not worse, and the boxes were the same amount, ya the McDavid hype was there but you had minimal cards on him, and most were SSP. UD seems to want decent players for the SP A update so you have to buy that product to get all the young guns. The hold on those YGs people have said above, had to be a plan from day one. That being said, kind of hard not to be upset with the YGs overall. When have we had two YGs over $100 in S2? Not to mention S1. Recoup is there for personal case breakers to resell. Look sure it’s a hobby, sure it’s all for fun, but to do it again, people need to try to recoup as best as they can to break even, to feed the addiction. It’s definitely a positive sign in this product. As on a personal level, there are some cool things you can get in S2.

    So another negative is that Signature sensations are garbage. I know that autos aren’t the big pull from these products but just an added bonus, but man do they suck. Probably worst batch in a while. OPC signatures on the other had, look good as all the big names are there, tough to hit especially Matthews at 1:597 cases if my math serves me correct, but usually OPC signatures go for pretty decent on the secondary market, so that’s exciting for the overall prospects

    Questions on if Clear Cut Superstars will be in S2 (was in S1 and S2 last year), and if S1 this year will have Acetate YG. I assume so, but probably no official checklist from UD to cardboard connection. But I think it’s safe to assume it’ll be in there, even though PETG is there.

    Overall, I’m giving the checklist a 4/5. Some YGs are clearly fillers, I do agree some were a poor choice and Signature Senastions suck, but I can live with it and look past that because this product just screams value from all the hit possiblities that have decent return value.

    Good luck to all busting on the 15th.

  15. Just so everyone knows, the clear cut cards have replaced the acetate young guns, they just gave them a name this year and included base cards in the set as well.

    David, Matt Benning will be in SPA as an update.

  16. Meh hobby box break. The price versus value from what I saw just wasn’t there. I did pull a group A rookie materials card and that was the only highlight of the box (Marner). At such a high price point, I will be buying singles and spots in random group breaks. So many useless young guns and maybe 5 worth chasing.

  17. I completely agree with Jumbo J. Bought 2 boxes and not one decent YG, no hobby hits at all ~ exclusives, HG, clear cut etc ~ and one YG meh canvas and 2 crappy game jerseys. I’m out $180 and prob have $30 worth of cards. I’m tired of gambling with UD and have bought my last box of cards. I will buy the cards I want on eBay or at shows. There is no value or fun in opening boxes anymore. This has been a very depressing year.

  18. I don’t quite understand why people complain about this product. Of course there will be rookies that will not make the league, since in Series 1 and 2 there are 100 Youg Guns. It seems to me that Series 1 and 2 are always the same. Same cards, same subsets, same format, same odds. This shouldn’t be a surprise for anybody. During the last years it’s been 2-3 copies per YG per 2 cases, 1 or 2 High Gloss, 7-8 Exclusives, etc. etc. This is a regular low end product. Plain and simple. The prices too are generally the same every year, except perhaps the last one with Series 1 because of McDavid. Besides that, I don’t see any price/value issue with this product. Odds are decent. Of course, if you only buy a box or two you can either pull a Laine and sell it for say 100$ or some low profile and one or two decent YG. But that’s normal since there are 50 YG in the set, and you’ll get 8-9 YG/box. The YG are equally distributed and when I opened my cases I didn’t notice variations from a YG to another one. I pulled for example more Laine and Marner than other 2$-3$ YG. From time to time you can hit the big hit, but don’t expect a High Gloss Laine in every box.

  19. I expect a hobby hit if I purchase a hobby box otherwise why buy hobby at all?

  20. And if $109 plus tax Cdn~ to start ~ is low end then there’s another problem with the hobby.

  21. Lots of great pulls in the case I opened, but my question to everyone is; Did anyone get any base cards that were not embossed? What I mean is on the front of the card, there is no Upper Deck logo, no name, no team logo, just the picture and the blue stripe where the logo and name are supposed to be. I must have about 100 of them from two of the boxes.

  22. Anthony – I don’t think Pitlick has a YG in 13-14. I don’t think he has a YG period. Maybe next year.

    I believe a player only needs to play one game to have a YG card. There are no other rules except MONEY, MONEY, MONEY!

    Why so many leafs? They have a lot of rookies and people in Canada love hockey. Cities like Toronto, Montreal and Edmonton to name a few love their hockey teams and hockey cards.

    I would like to know how much of this product is sold on Toronto this year.

    And the the higher price tag is because of the Canadian dollar. If dollar was even price would be very much like it was in 13/14.

  23. HH Pitlick had rookie cards in 2013-14 but not ygs. He will be like Rust and Sheary never having a yg

  24. Larry, it depends what you understand by hit in a Low-End product. Also, UD doesn’t advertise a hit by box. I always got in all my boxes what they advertise: at least 6 YG, 4 Canvas, 4 Portraits, etc. As I mentioned before, if you buy only a box, you can’t be sure you’ll hit Laine or Marner. The YG are equally distributed but there are 50 in the base set and only 6-7 in a box. If by hit you understand that in every box there should be a 100$ (Laine) card then we’re not on the same page here. Also, 105$/192 cards means 55 cents the card. Even then, the price for a store is around 80$/box, which means 40 cents the card. That’s Low-End for me. When UD needs to be criticized, I am the first to do it, but honestly I don’t know if that’s the case here, especially for the product not being a Low-End. I don’t pity UD. They make a buckload of money with other High-End crappy products. On the other hand we can discuss if 50 to 55 cents /card is a fair price or not. I don’t know the profit margins UD makes on a Series 2 box. Sure, they could be cheaper, but I only wanted to highlight that compared to other products, this one is indeed a Low-End.

  25. Did a case and hit a Laine YG /100 and a Matthews Canvas. Very pleased with this product, lots of numbered cards compared to last few releases. Very fun and affordable break!

  26. TCB… I am not expecting a Laine or Marner YG or YG exclusives etc. But if Im paying the extra $ to buy hobby then I expect something unique in my hobby box. If it’s exactly the same thing as I could get in a retail box, then why pay the extra $? Yes I know it’s just a lottery and for those of us who can’t but cases, you take a chance. I collect the set anyway so anything extra is a bonus. I’m not expecting a crazy ‘hit’ but if there’s absolutely nothing exclusive in a hobby box then why call it hobby? My retail box was better than my hobby box and I decided to buy the Laine YG instead of buying a 3rd box as it was pretty much the same cost anyways.

  27. Evan I can only find Panini and SP rookie for Pitlick. You’re right, if he didn’t have a YG yet, he won’t have one.

    Brandon Davidson doesn’t have a rookie card yet that I know of but he has an OPC base card. You think with all the releases they could cover everyone.

    T.C.B where do you buy a box of series 2 for 80.00 CAD? Where I live it was 105.00 last few years and the only reason they don’t jack the price up anymore is because of e pack. Every week series 2 used to be more than the previous week for bogus reasons.

  28. Larry u buy hobby for a chance at hobby hit exclusives, high gloss, patch, acetate, signatures that u cant even get in retail not because u r gonna hit them in a couple boxes the odds r on the box just another person who dont understand the hobby and thrill of the big pull.

  29. Last year i got mcdavid in my second wallmart parkhurst rookie blaster and still bought more for a chance at eichel canvas this year bought same blaster more than last year still no matthews but hit marner canvas but got matthews oversized lol

  30. Next year when larry hits the high gloss top rookie 1 every 2 boxes odds ,5 stars best product out there LOL, I have followed this site for years and never commented until i seen his post PRICEless go habs go

  31. HH I didn’t say I buy the box for 80$. I said the retailer buys it for that price. We often take the price we pay as the sale price established by UD, but we forget sometimes, myself included, that hobby stores must make a profit too. If we buy the box for 105$, the store buys it for around 80$.

  32. T.C.B, thanks I see that now. I’ll learn how to read one day!

  33. HH Davidson was in 2014-15 again only about 2 products and no YG

  34. Watkins…I won’t hit the HG next year because I’m done wasting my $ on new product esp hobby boxes as it’s just a lottery. I like collecting sets and I don’t expect a big hit in every box but I do expect something different than retail ~ a base clear cut or base exclusives card for example. Not big hits but something different than retail. I’ve opened several boxes this year and got no cards exclusives to hobby; in fact, most of my retail pulls over the years have been better than my hobby pulls. You can laugh all you want but it’s not funny what’s happening to the hobby and a lot of people are becoming addicted and spending $ they don’t have on boxes and cases. I limit myself and buy cards I want on eBay or at shows. But it’s just a money grab now for UD and only the rich old men and online box breakers can afford to buy new product and ‘hits.’

  35. I hope the guy who thinks he isn’t getting anything extra for buying hobby starts only buying retail, that way there will be more for me to buy. I wont have some gambler collector buying two boxes out of the case hoping for the big hit. us guys who buy the whole case or all the boxes until we get the laine hate you one and two box buyers. you guys should all move to case breaks. leave the boxes to us rich guys.

  36. these conversations are getting goofier all the time. now we have to worry about box breaker addicts.

  37. let’s talk about interesting stuff. what do you guys think about the new case breaking. as an avid collector i think it will only raise the price of wax boxes. store owners are going to be putting
    boxes away for case breakers that would normally go to the collector. store owners will allocate product to case breakers where they will make more money. so the hobby will be overrun with goof balls looking for the big hit.

  38. Hey trey I was wondering if you had any idea when this come out on upper deck e pack? Thanks

  39. No word yet. It’s usually at least several weeks after the release but I have not seen a specific date.

  40. Hey trey I was wondering if you had any idea when this come out on upper deck e pack?

  41. I have debated so much over the last year and a half and have now realized it is too expensive to buy cases or boxes of series 1 and 2 to try to get one big hit. The distributor is the one who is screwing the hobby. Too bad Upper Deck could not just ship the product straight to the hobby store making it cheaper for the customer. The autographs are never good. I love the young guns collecting, but will now just wait a few months and buy on EBAY. The base set can be purchased or buy a few boxes at Walmart by retail.
    I still have fun with O-Pee-Chee and O-Pee-Chee Platinum.

  42. 3 boxes hardly any value. buying less and less upper deck product each year done for this year

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