2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Cards

2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Cards

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Returning for another collecting season, 2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey maintains a legacy of hit variety plus sets that come in groups of three.

The 50-card base set includes Blue Rainbow Foil, career-specific Green Rainbow Foil Jersey Relics (#'d), and season-specific Black Rainbow Premium Materials (#'d).

Adding to the main 2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey set, the Rookie Premieres subset is the primary draw for many collectors and these 33 rookie cards are issued in several versions. Common Rookies are numbered to 999 while Uncommon Autograph Rookies are limited to 375 and Rare Inscribed Autograph Rookies total just 49 copies. There are also Blue (#/499 or less) and Black (#/99 or less) parallels for each.

Another Rookie Premieres edition takes a memorabilia approach with Common Rookies Jersey (#/699), Uncommon Rookies Patch (#/35) and Rare Rookies Tag (#/5).

In addition2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey offers multiple inserts that should be familiar to collectors. Signature Pucks (1:16 packs) and Hall of Fame Signature Pucks (1:432 packs) showcase a distinct look that is mirrored by the multi-player Dual Signature Pucks (1:432 packs). Alternate puck logos add a limited chase with Team Logo (hand #/17 or less), and NHL Shield Logo (hand #/3 or less) parallels.

Tryptichs is back with considerable relic variety, including blocker, jersey, glove, leg pad, patch, skates, sticks, and strap. There are also signed versions. Another hobby favorite is the Ice Scripts insert which features on-card signatures done on plexiglass.

Other choices in 2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey play on the three-themed brand. Triple Relics are exactly as they sound with a trio of swatches for players from the past, present and future of the sport. Triple Rookie Autographs (#/25) feature three top names from the '16-17 rookie class on one card with Blue (#/5) and Black (1/1) parallels.

Release Date: 1/5/2017
Hobby Product Configuration: 4 cards per pack, 8 packs per box, 20 boxes per case (2 inners)

2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Hobby Box Break

  • 2 Autographs
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Set Checklist

2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Checklist

Base Set Checklist

RAINBOW FOIL PARALLEL CARDS: Blue Base #/849, Green Career Stat Relics #/629 or less, Black Season Stats Prime Relics #/86 or less, Printing Plates Base #/4.
All subjects not included in parallels. View specific options with the full spreadsheet.
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1 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
2 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
3 Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings
4 Martin Jones - San Jose Sharks
5 John Tavares - New York Islanders
6 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
7 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
8 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
9 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
10 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
11 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
12 Jaromir Jagr - Florida Panthers
13 Morgan Rielly - Toronto Maple Leafs
14 Jarome Iginla - Colorado Avalanche
15 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
16 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
17 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
18 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
19 Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche
20 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
21 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
22 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
23 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
24 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
25 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
26 John Klingberg - Dallas Stars
27 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
28 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
29 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
30 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
31 Sam Bennett - Calgary Flames
32 Torey Krug - Boston Bruins
33 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
34 Noah Hanifin - Carolina Hurricanes
35 Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils
36 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
37 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
38 Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks
39 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
40 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
41 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
42 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
43 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
44 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes
45 Nick Leddy - New York Islanders
46 Phil Kessel - Pittsburgh Penguins
47 Jack Johnson - Columbus Blue Jackets
48 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
49 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
50 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins

 

Rookie Premieres Common (Level 1) Set Checklist

33 cards. Serial Numbered #/999.
PARALLEL CARDS: Green Jersey Relic #/399 (No card #69), Black Base #/99.
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51 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
52 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
53 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
54 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers
55 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers
56 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
57 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
58 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
59 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
60 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
61 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
62 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
63 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
64 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes
65 Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders
66 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
67 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers
68 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning
69 Danton Heinen - Boston Bruins
70 Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks
71 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
72 Oliver Bjorkstrand - Columbus Blue Jackets
73 Nikita Soshnikov - Toronto Maple Leafs
74 Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings
75 Charlie Lindgren - Montreal Canadiens
76 Hudson Fasching - Buffalo Sabres
77 Ryan Pulock - New York Islanders
78 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
79 Sonny Milano - Columbus Blue Jackets
80 Daniel Altshuller - Carolina Hurricanes
81 Connor Brown - Toronto Maple Leafs
82 Justin Bailey - Buffalo Sabres
83 Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils

 

Rookie Premieres Uncommon Autograph (Level 2) Set Checklist

33 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Black Auto #/156 or less, Green Patch (not signed) #/35 (No card #102).
All subjects not included in Black parallel. View specific options with the full spreadsheet.
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84 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 99
85 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets #/ 175
86 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 175
87 Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers #/ 275
88 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers #/ 275
89 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets #/ 275
90 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames #/ 275
91 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 275
92 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 275
93 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 275
94 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes #/ 275
95 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders #/ 275
96 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators #/ 275
97 Dylan Strome - Arizona Coyotes #/ 275
98 Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders #/ 275
99 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 275
100 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers #/ 275
101 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 275
102 Danton Heinen - Boston Bruins #/ 275
103 Nick Schmaltz - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 275
104 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 275
105 Oliver Bjorkstrand - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 275
106 Nikita Soshnikov - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 275
107 Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings #/ 275
108 Charlie Lindgren - Montreal Canadiens #/ 275
109 Hudson Fasching - Buffalo Sabres #/ 275
110 Ryan Pulock - New York Islanders #/ 275
111 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 275
112 Sonny Milano - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 275
113 Daniel Altshuller - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 275
114 Connor Brown - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 275
115 Justin Bailey - Buffalo Sabres #/ 275
116 Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils #/ 275

 

Rookie Premieres Rare Autograph (Level 3) Set Checklist

34 cards.
PARALLEL CARDS: Green Tag (not signed) #/5 (No card #135,150), Black Auto #/3 (*Card #150 - 1/1).
All subjects not included in Black parallel. View specific options with the full spreadsheet.
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117 Auston Matthews "Go Leafs" - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 25
118 Patrik Laine "Go Jets" - Winnipeg Jets #/ 49
119 Mitch Marner "Go Leafs" - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 49
120 Jesse Puljujarvi "Go Oilers" - Edmonton Oilers #/ 49
121 Jimmy Vesey - New York Rangers #/ 49
122 Kyle Connor "Go Jets" - Winnipeg Jets #/ 49
123 Matthew Tkachuk "Go Flames" - Calgary Flames #/ 49
124 Ivan Provorov "Go Flyers" - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 49
125 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 49
126 Travis Konecny "Go Flyers" - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 49
127 Christian Dvorak "Go Yotes" - Arizona Coyotes #/ 49
128 Mathew Barzal "Go Isles" - New York Islanders #/ 49
129 Thomas Chabot "Sens" - Ottawa Senators #/ 49
130 Dylan Strome "Go Yotes" - Arizona Coyotes #/ 49
131 Anthony Beauvillier - New York Islanders #/ 49
132 Zach Werenski "Go Jackets" - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 49
133 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers #/ 49
134 Brayden Point "Go Bolts" - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 49
135 Danton Heinen "Go Bruins" - Boston Bruins #/ 49
136 Nick Schmaltz "Go Hawks" - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 49
137 William Nylander "Go Leafs" - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 49
138 Oliver Bjorkstrand "Go Jackets" - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 49
139 Nikita Soshnikov "Go Leafs" - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 49
140 Anthony Mantha "Go Wings" - Detroit Red Wings #/ 49
141 Charlie Lindgren - Montreal Canadiens #/ 49
142 Hudson Fasching "Go Sabres" - Buffalo Sabres #/ 49
143 Ryan Pulock "Go Isles" - New York Islanders #/ 49
144 Kasperi Kapanen "Go Leafs" - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 49
145 Sonny Milano "Go Jackets" - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 49
146 Daniel Altshuller "Go Canes" - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 49
147 Connor Brown "Go Leafs" - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 49
148 Justin Bailey "Go Sabres" - Buffalo Sabres #/ 49
149 Pavel Zacha "Go Devils" - New Jersey Devils #/ 49
150 Auston Matthews / Mitch Marner / William Nylander - Maple Leafs #/ 10

 

Ice Scripts Set Checklist

14 cards. Overall Odds 1:80 packs.
Specific group odds noted below.
2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey

IS-AH Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils D 1:138
IS-AM Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings D 1:138
IS-BO Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins B 1:689
IS-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers B 1:689
IS-LM Larry Murphy - Pittsburgh Penguins C 1:306
IS-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins D 1:138
IS-MM Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers A 1:1,838
IS-OV Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals A 1:1,838
IS-PB Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks C 1:306
IS-PZ Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils D 1:138
IS-TO Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks B 1:689
IS-TT Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings D 1:138
IS-WG Wayne Gretzky - Los Angeles Kings A 1:1,838
IS-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:306

 

Signature Pucks Set Checklist

46 cards. Overall odds 1:16 packs. Specific group odds noted below. *Cards found only in parallels noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Team Logo #/17, NHL Shield Logo #/3 (*No card #JM).
2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey

SP-AA Andreas Athanasiou - Detroit Red Wings G 1:31
SP-AH Adam Henrique - New Jersey Devils E 1:107
SP-AK Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings C 1:322
SP-AM Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs A 1:6,428
SP-BB Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks E 1:107
SP-BJ Boone Jenner - Columbus Blue Jackets G 1:31
SP-BS Brayden Schenn - Philadelphia Flyers E 1:107
SP-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers C 1:322
SP-CS Cory Schneider - New Jersey Devils D 1:322
SP-CW Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes E 1:107
SP-DK David Krejci - Boston Bruins E 1:107
SP-DS Derek Stepan - New York Rangers F 1:71
SP-EK Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers G 1:31
SP-GH Glenn Hall - Chicago Blackhawks A 1:6,428
SP-GI John Gibson - Anaheim Ducks G 1:31
SP-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers B 1:1,714
SP-HZ Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings C 1:322
SP-JA Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues G 1:31
SP-JH Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers D 1:322
SP-JM Josh Morrissey - Winnipeg Jets G 1:31
SP-JP Jesse Puljujarvi - Edmonton Oilers F 1:71
SP-JT Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks C 1:322
SP-JV James van Riemsdyk - Toronto Maple Leafs F 1:71
SP-KP Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils F 1:71
SP-LD Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers F 1:71
SP-MA Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings F 1:71
SP-MB Matt Beleskey - Boston Bruins G 1:31
SP-MD Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche C 1:322
SP-MH Mike Hoffman - Ottawa Senators G 1:31
SP-MM Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers B 1:1,714
SP-MU Matt Murray - Pittsburgh Penguins E 1:107
SP-NK Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning G 1:31
SP-PB Peter Bondra - Washington Capitals C 1:322
SP-PL Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets E 1:107
SP-RF Robby Fabbri - St. Louis Blues F 1:71
SP-RM Ryan Miller - Vancouver Canucks D 1:322
SP-RO Ryan O'Reilly - Buffalo Sabres G 1:31
SP-SC Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets *
SP-SH Scott Hartnell - Columbus Blue Jackets D 1:322
SP-SI Roman Josi - Nashville Predators G 1:31
SP-SM Sean Monahan - Calgary Flames F 1:71
SP-TL Trevor Linden - Vancouver Canucks C 1:322
SP-TO Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings E 1:107
SP-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars C 1:322
SP-VR Victor Rask - Carolina Hurricanes G 1:31
SP-WG Wayne Gretzky - Los Angeles Kings B 1:1,714
SP-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs F 1:71

 

Hall of Fame Signature Pucks Set Checklist

14 cards. Overall Odds 1:432 packs. Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Team Logo #/10, HOF Logo #/3.
2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey

HOFI-BO Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins B 1:1,551
HOFI-BS Borje Salming - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:775
HOFI-DG Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:775
HOFI-DH Dominik Hasek - Buffalo Sabres C 1:775
HOFI-GH Glenn Hall - Chicago Blackhawks A 1:2,629
HOFI-JS Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche B 1:1,551
HOFI-LM Lanny McDonald - Calgary Flames C 1:775
HOFI-ML Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins A 1:2,629
HOFI-MM Mark Messier - New York Rangers A 1:2,629
HOFI-NL Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings B 1:1,551
HOFI-PB Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks B 1:1,551
HOFI-PR Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens A 1:2,629
HOFI-SY Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings A 1:2,629
HOFI-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers A 1:2,629

 

Dual Signature Pucks Set Checklist

7 cards. Overall Odds 1:432 packs. Specific group odds noted below.
PARALLEL CARDS: Team Logo #/5 (*No card #AL), NHL Shield Logo 1/1 (*No cards #AL, SN).
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SP2-AL Andreas Athanasiou / Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings D 1:828
SP2-BL Pavel Bure / Trevor Linden - Vancouver Canucks B 1:7,949
SP2-DI Jarome Iginla / Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche D 1:828
SP2-GM Wayne Gretzky / Mark Messier - New York Rangers A 1:15,898
SP2-MD Connor McDavid / Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers C 1:1,089
SP2-MN Auston Matthews / William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs C 1:1,089
SP2-SN Rick Nash / Derek Stepan - New York Rangers C 1:1,089

 

Triple Relics Set Checklist

17 cards.
 2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey
TR-BSS Jamie Benn / Tyler Seguin / Jason Spezza - #/ 49
TR-BTB Patrice Bergeron / Joe Thornton / Nicklas Backstrom - #/ 125
TR-CRS Guy Carbonneau / Patrick Roy / Denis Savard - #/ 25
TR-DGR Marcel Dionne / Wayne Gretzky / Luc Robitaille - #/ 25
TR-HCL Ron Hextall / Bobby Clarke / John LeClair - #/ 49
TR-HYH Brett Hull / Steve Yzerman / Dominik Hasek - #/ 25
TR-JBL Jaromir Jagr / Pavel Bure / Roberto Luongo - #/ 49
TR-JSS Sonny Milano / Jason Dickinson / Justin Bailey - #/ 125
TR-KDB Erik Karlsson / Drew Doughty / Brent Burns - #/ 49
TR-KML Phil Kessel / Evgeni Malkin / Kris Letang - #/ 25
TR-KOT Patrick Kane / Alexander Ovechkin / John Tavares - #/ 25
TR-LCJ Connor Brown / Charlie Lindgren / Josh Morrissey - #/ 125
TR-PGP Carey Price / Alex Galchenyuk / Max Pacioretty - #/ 49
TR-PSG Corey Perry / Teemu Selanne / Ryan Getzlaf - #/ 49
TR-QKC Jonathan Quick / Anze Kopitar / Jeff Carter - #/ 49
TR-SMS Henrik Sedin / Ryan Miller / Daniel Sedin - #/ 49
TR-ZWS Pavel Zacha / Miles Wood / Steven Santini - #/ 125

 

Tryptichs Autographs/Relics Set Checklist

81 cards. Autographs or relics noted below.

2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey

T-ANA1 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks : Auto #/ 60
T-ANA2 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks : Patch #/ 49
T-ANA3 Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks : Jsy #/ 199
T-BH1 Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues : Auto #/ 40
T-BH2 Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues : Stick #/ 25
T-BH3 Brett Hull - St. Louis Blues : Jsy #/ 49
T-BOS1 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins : Auto #/ 40
T-BOS2 Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins : Auto #/ 40
T-BOS3 Johnny Bucyk - Boston Bruins : Auto #/ 40
T-BUF1 Gilbert Perreault - Buffalo Sabres : Auto #/ 80
T-BUF2 Dominik Hasek - Buffalo Sabres : Patch #/ 25
T-BUF3 Dale Hawerchuk - Buffalo Sabres : Jsy #/ 49
T-CALG1 Al MacInnis - Calgary Flames : Auto #/ 60
T-CALG2 Doug Gilmour - Calgary Flames : Auto #/ 40
T-CALG3 Lanny McDonald - Calgary Flames : Stick #/ 49
T-CAN1 Wayne Gretzky - Team Canada : Stick #/ 10
T-CAN2 Sidney Crosby - Team Canada : Stick #/ 10
T-CAN3 Connor McDavid - Team Canada : Auto #/ 20
T-CAP1 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals : Auto #/ 20
T-CAP2 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals : Patch #/ 49
T-CAP3 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals : Jsy #/ 199
T-CBH1 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks : Auto #/ 40
T-CBH2 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks : Patch #/ 25
T-CBH3 Corey Crawford - Chicago Blackhawks : Jsy #/ 149
T-DAL1 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars : Auto #/ 40
T-DAL2 Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars : Stick #/ 49
T-DAL3 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars : Glove #/ 25
T-DEF1 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators : Glove #/ 10
T-DEF2 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings : Glove #/ 10
T-DEF3 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks : Patch #/ 49
T-EDM1 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers : Auto #/ 20
T-EDM2 Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers : Auto #/ 20
T-EDM3 Jari Kurri - Edmonton Oilers : Tag #/ 1
T-LAK1 Tyler Toffoli - Los Angeles Kings : Glove #/ 49
T-LAK2 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings : Glove #/ 49
T-LAK3 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings : Auto #/ 40
T-LEAF1 Borje Salming - Toronto Maple Leafs : Stick #/ 25
T-LEAF2 Wendel Clark - Toronto Maple Leafs : Stick #/ 25
T-LEAF3 Doug Gilmour - Toronto Maple Leafs : Stick #/ 25
T-MONT1 Denis Savard - Montreal Canadiens : Auto #/ 40
T-MONT2 John LeClair - Montreal Canadiens : Auto #/ 40
T-MONT3 Guy Carbonneau - Montreal Canadiens : Auto #/ 40
T-MTL1 Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens : Auto #/ 40
T-MTL2 Guy Carbonneau - Montreal Canadiens : Stick #/ 10
T-MTL3 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens : Auto #/ 20
T-NASH1 Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators : Auto #/ 80
T-NASH2 James Neal - Nashville Predators : Patch #/ 49
T-NASH3 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators : Jsy #/ 249
T-NET1 Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins : Auto #/ 40
T-NET2 Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals : Patch #/ 25
T-NET3 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings : Jsy #/ 249
T-NYI1 John Tavares - New York Islanders : Auto #/ 40
T-NYI2 Clark Gillies - New York Islanders : Stick #/ 25
T-NYI3 Bob Bourne - New York Islanders : Patch #/ 25
T-NYR1 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers : Auto #/ 20
T-NYR2 Derek Stepan - New York Rangers : Stick #/ 49
T-NYR3 Rick Nash - New York Rangers : Jsy #/ 199
T-OIL1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers : Tag #/ 1
T-OIL2 Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers : Patch #/ 49
T-OIL3 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers : Patch #/ 49
T-PEN1 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins : Auto #/ 20
T-PEN2 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins : Auto #/ 20
T-PEN3 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins : Patch #/ 49
T-PR1 Patrick Roy - Colorado Avalanche : Glove #/ 10
T-PR2 Patrick Roy - Colorado Avalanche : Stick #/ 10
T-PR3 Patrick Roy - Colorado Avalanche : Auto #/ 20
T-RC1-1 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs : Jsy #/ 249
T-RC1-2 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs : Jsy #/ 249
T-RC1-3 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs : Jsy #/ 249
T-RC2-1 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets : Jsy #/ 149
T-RC2-2 Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils : Jsy #/ 249
T-RC2-3 Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings : Jsy #/ 199
T-SJS1 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks : Auto #/ 60
T-SJS2 Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks : Stick #/ 10
T-SJS3 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks : Patch #/ 25
T-VAN1 Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks : Auto #/ 40
T-VAN2 Trevor Linden - Vancouver Canucks : Auto #/ 60
T-VAN3 Kirk McLean - Vancouver Canucks : Jsy #/ 149
T-WINGS1 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings : Auto #/ 20
T-WINGS2 Brett Hull - Detroit Red Wings : Patch #/ 25
T-WINGS3 Chris Chelios - Detroit Red Wings : Stick #/ 25

Shop Boxes

Shop for 2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Hobby Boxes

Each hobby box is slated to have:

  • 2 Autographs

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2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Hobby Box, New, Sealed! $104.00
2016-17 Upper Deck Trilogy Hockey Factory Sealed Hobby Box $159.95
2016 17 UPPER DECK TRILOGY HOCKEY HOBBY 10-BOX CASE $1,423.95
2016 17 UPPER DECK TRILOGY HOCKEY HOBBY 20-BOX CASE $2,820.95

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User Reviews

  1. Is upper deck even trying anymore. Same stuff every year. Their products are different shades of white

  2. I would like to thank UD for not including any Canucks’ rookies in this product. You have saved my wallet from any pain. Anyone thinking of joining a break to try and hit a Canuck (unless you want a Sedin base), better to go to a casino, your money will be so better spent.

    From a quick scan, teams with no rookies in this product: Anaheim, Colorado, Dallas, Florida, Los Angeles, Minnesota, Nashville, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, San Jose, Vancouver, and Washington.

    Yes more than one third of the NHL teams do not have a rookie. Get ready to be skunked big time in team random breaks if you have my luck. Best to wait till spX or whatever product with rookie updates to buy boxes or join breaks.

  3. Have to agree an other expensive product with no real value. and already box breakers are advertising team random at $55.00 a spot for worthless product last years had more rookies these years is less and off course the hype with Mathews just like last year with McDavid. The amount of product 1 company is forking out is way too much just imagine if score-fleer-topps-donruss-pacific were still around how many products would come out every month and at the current price levels we see for junk-mid decent a collector would need 5k-10k to buy 1-2 boxes of each product. this is worse then the 1990s as still too much garbage product and way over inflated in price. Better yet have breakers who are making money hand over fist just buy the cases from upper deck and open them and then let them sell card by card then will see how long breakers will be around. Collectors fault don’t buy over priced wax boxes or teams breaks. you will learn the hard way in the long run when your out $$$$$$$$$$$$

  4. I totally understand why people are complaining about this product: the scarcity of the number of teams in the rookie set makes it unappealing for some of them. Of course, the random teams box breaks may become a total loss of money. Vancouver and Ottawa are only two examples out of many. BUT, at the same time, this is a product with very few sets and number of Rookies, which means the chances to hit a decent card are increased. Besides the Base set and the Rookie set with its 3 levels, there are the Puck Signatures, Ice Scripts, and Triptychs (Materials and Materials/Auto). I’m not saying every box will have a High End Laine or Matthews or that every box will break even. But I think that the chances to pull a good signature or a good rookie are much better than with other products. Personally I like this kind of items, were the good rookies are concentrated and the number of sets is quite limited. Certainly, this is unfair for a Canucks fan, but a Maple Leafs fan will find this product quite worthy. I will wait for the grading of the product, after I open my cases, but this is one of my favorites. On the negative side, while I love its simplicity, I feel that there’s no innovative initiative here. I understand that the sets I named in the lines above are the trademark of the collection, and I don’t complain about that. Every product needs something to be recognized by, but I would also have expected something new.

  5. And I forgot…It seems that finally they listen to the many complaints regarding the golden markers used for the signatures on pucks. Many of them were barely noticeable. This year, from what I can see in the pictures, they used a light-blue colour which is much more visible.

  6. Very impressed by the quality of this set and the great potential it offers. Will buy a case and see what I get !!

  7. Time to get rid of sets like these. Too much of the same and in the end it means nothing. I think its time for us to all have a voice here and get Upper Deck to get in gear.

    Upper Deck, O-Pee-Chee I understand. Parkhurst looks pretty good but we are missing a lot of cards from a lot of players and these should be seen as a chance to celbrate hockey not just make money. If its a good product you will make money.

  8. Product should be revamped or removed. They improved the puck signatures, but the rest is tired. UD doesn’t really seem to be trying to do anything but maintain margin these days.

  9. Have posted here a few times – have lost all interest in this hobby in very short order. Seriously, you all need to give your heads a shake, or better yet, discuss the “modern” hockey card hobby with someone who has no clue about it. You will quickly find you’re all dupes (me included there for a while).

    Upper deck is a ponzi scheme. It’s business model is based on fairy dust hence I suspect the rumblings of the sketchy financial situation the company is in. Upper deck is a private company – ever wonder why no major company involved in the hobby world or, perhaps, a big entertainment conglomerate have not bought upper deck yet? Seems kinda weird yeah? The money is in selling your private company and cashing out. How come the guys at upper deck haven’t done that yet? I suspect it’s because potential buyers recognize its simply smoke and mirrors with no real value. And borderline criminal.
    Anyway I hope many of you finally realize the modern hockey card hobby, with only 1 provider (a monopoly I think……), is a lose lose lose proposition. I can seriously see some people getting into major trouble in terms of addiction and debt buying this stuff. It is 100% no different than gambling except you’re playing at the high roller table ($150-$900 / box) without even realising it. Would any of you play blackjack at the $500 min table? I suspect not many. But you’re happy to do that with hockey cards?

    Sure you can sell your cards on ebay. But do get ready for tons of non paying, degenerate buyers. That’s a whole different story…….

    Anyway. Please wake up.

  10. The cards look nice, but buying packs and boxes is pointless, you will lose money on most cases unless you get a really good hit. And why do we get up to 4 base cards (numbered) as hits in a box? What a waste. Some boxes don’t even have an auto Rookie card. The last two years in Trilogy and SP Authentic (the only two I generally collect) have been a total waste of money. I’m pissed off with Upper Deck for the lack of value/return in boxes – I’m buying no more.

  11. 3 stars for me. A nice and simple collection, with few subsets. With a case you can built almost the entire rookie collection and you also have a few extras. The design is nice, no damaged cards. The puck signatures is always a beautiful set, especially when we get to see the actual autos. Ice scripts is one of my favourites, although I would love to see amore realistic ice design, with scratches and everything. On the other hand, the high serial numbers make the blue base parallels a bit futile. Same thing could be said about the rookie first class. They should have eliminated at least one class. As for the profitability, I didn’t make my money because I didn’t have any major hit, but this is how the hobby works. I’m not mad, since for me Trilogy is a very nice set and you cannot always win. All in all, a decent product.

  12. good stuff. A lot of the commenters seem to think you should get your money back with every box you buy, if you are hoping for that get out of the hobby. did well with a case and an extra 3 boxes – the extra 3 boxes produced a great hit nylander and Matthews dual puck 5 of 5. the case was okay got a nylander black auto, laine, marner and the Columbus defensemen also got messier hall of fame puck to 5. it would be nice if we didn’t have posts about how bad the product is. I’m a collector so east coast talk about something good. if you think its a Ponzi scheme get out of
    collecting. let’s hear about the good pulls from you guys out there. I don’t like being called dumb. I like the rush when I get the big hit — some people play the slots others play the horses and some gamble on football games.

  13. Well said Damone. Agree 100% with you buddy.

  14. Agree with the last two posters… This is a pretty compelling set if you like to collect a mix of young and past stars… Price point isn’t crazy, and the resale (if that’s what you judge product on) is good…

  15. Can be very kind or very very bad – especially if you land the wrong teams in a group break. I have had both sides of the stick on this. On the one hand, I have randomed Toronto a few times and at least 2 decent Leaf cards come out of a case. I also landed Minny and Tampa (same break). I got nothing and referred to this checklist. 7 total cards featuring those teams (not including parallels)! I think 1 for Minny. If you are breaking this yourself, there are many nice rookies to be had! If you decide on a group random, oh man – feast or famine. Recommend for rookie, base set, and blue parallel (/849) as the set is relatively small and the /849 cards are plentiful and nice looking. For team collectors, quite a few are hardly represented.

  16. No value at all in the product. It’s like liting your money on fire. UD should be ashamed!

  17. Despite the lack of hard autos in the base set, I do love this product. The foil cards are always an eye-catcher and the rookie crop this year has been fantastic. I’ve been chasing down the hard to get Level 3 autos and the cool patch parallels too. It’s been fun and my set to collect this year. Thanks Upper Deck!

  18. This product should be no more than $100 CDN per box, that is my main argument for 3 stars but it is a nice product especially if you love the Leafs (I don’t) as 90% of boxes I have seen broken will contain at least one Leaf hit. I totally agree with above posts that getting in on team random group breaks can be a complete bust (more than likely) – I have been on both ends of the spectrum, landing Toronto twice at $55 for a double up (a big pile of Nylander’s #’d as low as 8, Gilmour HOF sig puck but zero Matthews’) and getting Minnesota, Vancouver, etc in others. If you can find a box at a decent price, I recommend giving it a go but my overall rating is this product is, at the moment, overpriced and (I know, Hippocritical) avoid team random group breaks!

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