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2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey Cards

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey Cards



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New to the NHL hobby, 2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey operates with considerable rarity and extensive parallel choices in mind. Each hobby box averages around 15 color parallels per box, while the rare autographs drop two per inner case.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy NHL also ties in with the UD Bounty Program to reward collectors who build the base set.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Base / Rookies

Totaling 100 cards, the 2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey checklist includes some of the rarest base cards in the hobby. Base Veterans are numbered to 17 copies, while the Legends High Series subjects drop that amount to only eight copies. Similarly, the Rookies are kept to either 18 (cards #51-90) or eight total cards (#91-100).

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Although this might seem daunting, the base parallels are much more common, with Red, Blue, Green and Purple versions. Falling roughly 15 per box overall, these extend to the whole base set. See the full breakdown for the parallel odds below.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey Base Parallel Pack Odds

Red
Veterans - 1:2
Legends - 1:8
Rookies 1 - 1:4
Rookies 2 - 1:6
Rookies 3 - 1:80
Blue
Veterans - 1:3
Legends - 1:12
Rookies 1 - 1:6
Rookies 2 - 1:10
Rookies 3 - 1:288
Green
Veterans - 1:12
Legends - 1:48
Rookies 1 - 1:24
Rookies 2 - 1:40
Rookies 3 - 1:576
Purple
Veterans - 1:120
Legends - 1:480
Rookies 1 - 1:240
Rookies 2 - 1:360
Rookies 3 - 1:1,152

 

The final two cards in the set (#99 and #100) are exclusive to Upper Deck Bounty and are redeemed by building the entire Red set (#1-98). The faster you complete the set, the better the award haul will be. It is important to note that only approximately 1:3 Red variants will have redeemable Bounty codes.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Autographs / Inserts

Although not as much based around the premium hits of other sets, 2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey does have rare Synergy Autographs (1:40 packs) for top names that fall about 1:5 boxes.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Finishing with acetate and/or die-cut rainbow foil, the 2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy inserts also have an added low-numbered element of their own. Themed sets include Career Spanning (1:7 packs), Impact Players (1:3 packs) and Noteworthy Newcomers (1:5 packs). Plus, they each have Red Matrix (#/86 or less), Blue Hyperplaid (#/46 or less), and Green Diamond (#/16 or less) parallels.

Another chase of note is the all-metal Cast for Greatness (1:67 packs) insert. The 36-card set features 25 veterans, five legends and six rookies. The final card, Connor McDavid (card #36), is only available through the Bounty Program.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Broken down into four groupings, Exceptional Talent offers Tier 1 (1:8), Tier 2 (1:16), Tier 3 (1:24) and Tier 4 (1:48) subsets. Finally, the Color Shift insert is a surprise addition that actually changes color when exposed to bright light.

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Release Date: 02/28/2018
Hobby Product Configuration: 3 cards per pack, 8 packs per box, 20 boxes per case (2 inners)

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey Hobby Box Break

  • 15 Parallels
  • 1 Career Spanning Insert
  • 2 Impact Players Inserts
  • 1 Noteworthy Newcomers Insert
  • 1 Exceptional Talent Insert

 

 

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Set Checklist

2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey Checklist

Base Set Checklist

50 cards. Serial numbered #/17 or #/7.
BASE PARALLELS: Red (1:2), Blue (1:3), Green (1:12), Purple (1:120).
LEGENDS PARALLELS: Red (1:8), Blue (1:12), Green (1:48), Purple (1:480).
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Base
1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers #/ 17
2 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames #/ 17
3 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings #/ 17
4 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars #/ 17
5 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators #/ 17
6 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins #/ 17
7 John Tavares - New York Islanders #/ 17
8 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres #/ 17
9 Taylor Hall - New Jersey Devils #/ 17
10 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 17
11 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 17
12 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues #/ 17
13 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers #/ 17
14 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers #/ 17
15 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens #/ 17
16 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks #/ 17
17 Devan Dubnyk - Minnesota Wild #/ 17
18 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche #/ 17
19 Max Domi - Arizona Coyotes #/ 17
20 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals #/ 17
21 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 17
22 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings #/ 17
23 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 17
24 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets #/ 17
25 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators #/ 17
26 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks #/ 17
27 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 17
28 Artemi Panarin - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 17
29 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals #/ 17
30 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 17
31 Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights #/ 17
32 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins #/ 17
33 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning #/ 17
34 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks #/ 17
35 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers #/ 17
36 Jeff Skinner - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 17
37 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets #/ 17
38 Ryan Johansen - Nashville Predators #/ 17
39 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings #/ 17
40 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 17
Legends
41 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 7
42 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils #/ 7
43 Pat LaFontaine - New York Islanders #/ 7
44 Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks #/ 7
45 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens #/ 7
46 Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche #/ 7
47 Mike Bossy - New York Islanders #/ 7
48 Ray Bourque - Boston Bruins #/ 7
49 Mark Messier - New York Rangers #/ 7
50 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers #/ 7

 

Base Rookies Set Checklist

50 cards. Serial numbered #/18 or #/8.
TIER 1 PARALLELS (#51-70): Red (1:4), Blue (1:6), Green (1:24), Purple (1:240).
TIER 2 PARALLELS (#71-90): Red (1:6), Blue (1:10), Green (1:40), Purple (1:360).
TIER 3 PARALLELS (#91-98): Red (1:80), Blue (1:288), Green (1:576), Purple (1:1,152).
*Nolan Patrick/Nico Hischier parallels only available as UD Bounty prize.*
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Tier 1 RC
51 Carter Rowney - Pittsburgh Penguins #/ 18
52 Nicolas Kerdiles - Anaheim Ducks #/ 18
53 Vince Dunn - St. Louis Blues #/ 18
54 Calle Rosen - Toronto Maple Leafs #/ 18
55 Haydn Fleury - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 18
56 Tim Heed - San Jose Sharks #/ 18
57 Alex Kerfoot - Colorado Avalanche #/ 18
58 Nikita Scherbak - Montreal Canadiens #/ 18
59 J.T. Compher - Colorado Avalanche #/ 18
60 Jack Roslovic - Winnipeg Jets #/ 18
61 Denis Gurianov - Dallas Stars #/ 18
62 Ivan Barbashev - St. Louis Blues #/ 18
63 Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson - Boston Bruins #/ 18
64 Samuel Girard - Nashville Predators #/ 18
65 Madison Bowey - Washington Capitals #/ 18
66 Lucas Wallmark - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 18
67 Janne Kuokkanen - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 18
68 Jon Gillies - Calgary Flames #/ 18
69 Christian Fischer - Arizona Coyotes #/ 18
70 Christian Djoos - Washington Capitals #/ 18
Tier 2 RC
71 Logan Brown - Ottawa Senators #/ 18
72 Alexander Nylander - Buffalo Sabres #/ 18
73 Anders Bjork - Boston Bruins #/ 18
74 Adrian Kempe - Los Angeles Kings #/ 18
75 Colin White - Ottawa Senators #/ 18
76 Victor Mete - Montreal Canadiens #/ 18
77 Luke Kunin - Minnesota Wild #/ 18
78 Tyson Jost - Colorado Avalanche #/ 18
79 Jake DeBrusk - Boston Bruins #/ 18
80 Kailer Yamamoto - Edmonton Oilers #/ 18
81 Travis Sanheim - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 18
82 Jesper Bratt - New Jersey Devils #/ 18
83 Filip Chytil - New York Rangers #/ 18
84 Filip Chlapik - Ottawa Senators #/ 18
85 Evgeny Svechnikov - Detroit Red Wings #/ 18
86 Tage Thompson - St. Louis Blues #/ 18
87 Samuel Blais - St. Louis Blues #/ 18
88 Martin Necas - Carolina Hurricanes #/ 18
89 Alex Tuch - Vegas Golden Knights #/ 18
90 Alex Formenton - Ottawa Senators #/ 18
Tier 3 RC
91 Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils #/ 8
92 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks #/ 8
93 Owen Tippett - Florida Panthers #/ 8
94 Alex DeBrincat - Chicago Blackhawks #/ 8
95 Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes #/ 8
96 Josh Ho-Sang - New York Islanders #/ 8
97 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets #/ 8
98 Charlie McAvoy - Boston Bruins #/ 8
99 Nolan Patrick - Philadelphia Flyers #/ 8 *
100 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils #/ 8 *

 

Synergy Autographs Set Checklist

86 cards. 1:40 packs. Buy on eBay.
Specific group pack odds noted below.
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

A-AA Artem Anisimov - Chicago Blackhawks : B 1:190
A-AB Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers : B 1:190
A-AD Alex DeBrincat - Chicago Blackhawks : D 1:81
A-AG Alex Galchenyuk - Montreal Canadiens : B 1:190
A-AL Anders Lee - New York Islanders : C 1:84
A-AM Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings : C 1:84
A-AN Alexander Nylander - Buffalo Sabres : C 1:84
A-AO Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals : A 1:575
A-AT Alex Tuch - Vegas Golden Knights : D 1:81
A-AV Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning : C 1:84
A-AW Alexander Wennberg - Columbus Blue Jackets : C 1:84
A-BB Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks : C 1:84
A-BJ Anders Bjork - Boston Bruins : C 1:84
A-BO Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins : C 1:84
A-BS Brayden Schenn - St. Louis Blues : B 1:190
A-CA Cam Atkinson - Columbus Blue Jackets : C 1:84
A-CF Christian Fischer - Arizona Coyotes : D 1:81
A-CK Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes : C 1:84
A-CM Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers : A 1:575
A-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens : A 1:575
A-CS Conor Sheary - Pittsburgh Penguins : C 1:84
A-DG Denis Gurianov - Dallas Stars : D 1:81
A-DH Dominik Hasek - Buffalo Sabres : A 1:575
A-DS Darryl Sittler - Toronto Maple Leafs : A 1:575
A-EK Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators : A 1:575
A-EM Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins : A 1:575
A-ES Evgeny Svechnikov - Detroit Red Wings : D 1:81
A-FA Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs : C 1:84
A-GI Jon Gillies - Calgary Flames : D 1:81
A-GL Guy Lafleur - Montreal Canadiens : A 1:575
A-GR Mikael Granlund - Minnesota Wild : C 1:84
A-HL Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers : A 1:575
A-JA Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues : B 1:190
A-JB Jesper Bratt - New Jersey Devils : D 1:81
A-JC John Carlson - Washington Capitals : B 1:190
A-JE Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings : B 1:190
A-JO Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche : A 1:575
A-JP Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks : B 1:190
A-JR Jack Roslovic - Winnipeg Jets : D 1:81
A-JS Jason Spezza - Dallas Stars : C 1:84
A-JT Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks : A 1:575
A-KA Evander Kane - Buffalo Sabres : C 1:84
A-KE Adrian Kempe - Los Angeles Kings : D 1:81
A-KP Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils : C 1:84
A-LD Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers : B 1:190
A-LK Luke Kunin - Minnesota Wild : C 1:84
A-MA Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs : A 1:575
A-MB Madison Bowey - Washington Capitals : D 1:81
A-MC Charlie McAvoy - Boston Bruins : B 1:190
A-ME Mark Messier - New York Rangers : A 1:575
A-MF Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights : B 1:190
A-MG Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames : C 1:84
A-MI Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs : B 1:190
A-MM Matt Murray - Pittsburgh Penguins : B 1:190
A-NE Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets : C 1:84
A-NK Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning : B 1:190
A-NS Nikita Scherbak - Montreal Canadiens : C 1:84
A-PB Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers : D 1:81
A-PD Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets : D 1:81
A-PK Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks : B 1:190
A-PL Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets : B 1:190
A-PO Jason Pominville - Buffalo Sabres : C 1:84
A-PR Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens : A 1:575
A-RA Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars : D 1:81
A-RK Ryan Kesler - Anaheim Ducks : B 1:190
A-RL Roberto Luongo - Florida Panthers : B 1:190
A-RS Ryan Spooner - Boston Bruins : C 1:84
A-SA Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes : C 1:84
A-SC Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins : A 1:575
A-SK Brady Skjei - New York Rangers : C 1:84
A-SM Samuel Morin - Philadelphia Flyers : D 1:81
A-SS Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning : A 1:575
A-SY Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings : A 1:575
A-TA Tage Thompson - St. Louis Blues : D 1:81
A-TJ Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning : B 1:190
A-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars : A 1:575
A-TT Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes : C 1:84
A-TV John Tavares - New York Islanders : A 1:575
A-TY Tyson Jost - Colorado Avalanche : D 1:81
A-VH Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning : B 1:190
A-VK Vladislav Kamenev - Nashville Predators : D 1:81
A-VT Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues : B 1:190
A-VZ Valentin Zykov - Carolina Hurricanes : D 1:81
A-WG Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers : C 1:84
A-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs : B 1:190
A-WS Wayne Simmonds - Philadelphia Flyers : B 1:190

 

Career Spanning Set Checklist

10 cards. 1:7 packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/35, Blue #/15, Green #/5.
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

CS-1 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
CS-2 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
CS-3 Martin Brodeur - New Jersey Devils
CS-4 Ray Bourque - Colorado Avalanche
CS-5 Lanny McDonald - Calgary Flames
CS-6 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
CS-7 Mark Recchi - Boston Bruins
CS-8 Dominik Hasek - Detroit Red Wings
CS-9 Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche
CS-10 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins

 

Cast For Greatness Metal Set Checklist

36 cards. 1:67 packs.
*Connor McDavid only available in UD Bounty program.*
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

CG-1 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
CG-2 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
CG-3 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
CG-4 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
CG-5 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
CG-6 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
CG-7 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
CG-8 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
CG-9 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
CG-10 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
CG-11 Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights
CG-12 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
CG-13 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
CG-14 John Tavares - New York Islanders
CG-15 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
CG-16 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
CG-17 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
CG-18 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
CG-19 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
CG-20 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
CG-21 Nolan Patrick - Philadelphia Flyers
CG-22 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
CG-23 Josh Ho-Sang - New York Islanders
CG-24 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
CG-25 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
CG-26 Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes
CG-27 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
CG-28 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
CG-29 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
CG-30 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
CG-31 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators
CG-32 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets
CG-33 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks
CG-34 Joe Sakic - Colorado Avalanche
CG-35 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
CG-36 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers *

 

Color Shift Set Checklist

30 cards. Unannounced insert. Shop on eBay.
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

C-1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
C-2 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators
C-3 John Tavares - New York Islanders
C-4 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
C-5 Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
C-6 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
C-7 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
C-8 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
C-9 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
C-10 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
C-11 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
C-12 Steve Yzerman - Detroit Red Wings
C-13 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
C-14 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks
C-15 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
C-16 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
C-17 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
C-18 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blue
c-19 Nolan Patrick - Philadelphia Flyers
C-20 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
C-21 Peter Forsberg - Colorado Avalanche
C-22 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
C-23 Patrick Roy - Montreal Canadiens
C-24 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
C-25 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
C-26 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets
C-27 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
C-28 Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes
C-29 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
C-30 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers

 

Exceptional Talent Set Checklist

42 cards.
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

Tier 1 - 1:8
ET-1 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
ET-2 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
ET-3 Tyson Jost - Colorado Avalanche
ET-4 Evgeny Svechnikov - Detroit Red Wings
ET-5 Alexander Nylander - Buffalo Sabres
ET-6 Owen Tippett - Florida Panthers
ET-7 Filip Chytil - New York Rangers
ET-8 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
ET-9 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
ET-10 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
ET-11 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
ET-12 P.K. Subban - Nashville Predators
ET-13 Artemi Panarin - Columbus Blue Jackets
ET-14 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
ET-15 John Tavares - New York Islanders
ET-16 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
ET-17 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
ET-18 Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
Tier 2 - 1:16
ET-19 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
ET-20 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
ET-21 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
ET-22 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
ET-23 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
ET-24 Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
ET-25 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets
ET-26 Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils
ET-27 Alex DeBrincat - Chicago Blackhawks
ET-28 Kailer Yamamoto - Edmonton Oilers
Tier 3 - 1:24
ET-29 Alexander Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
ET-30 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
ET-31 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks
ET-32 Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes
ET-33 Charlie McAvoy - Boston Bruins
ET-34 Josh Ho-Sang - New York Islanders
ET-35 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
ET-36 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
Tier 4 - 1:48
ET-37 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
ET-38 Nolan Patrick - Philadelphia Flyers
ET-39 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
ET-40 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
ET-41 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
ET-42 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers

 

Impact Players Set Checklist

50 cards. 1:3 packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/56, Blue #/26, Green #/16.
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

IP-1 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
IP-2 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
IP-3 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
IP-4 Patrick Marleau - Toronto Maple Leafs
IP-5 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
IP-6 Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks
IP-7 Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks
IP-8 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
IP-9 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks
IP-10 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
IP-11 Pavel Bure - Vancouver Canucks
IP-12 Ryan McDonagh - New York Rangers
IP-13 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
IP-14 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
IP-15 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
IP-16 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
IP-17 Mike Bossy - New York Islanders
IP-18 Nolan Patrick - Philadelphia Flyers
IP-19 Ryan Johansen - Nashville Predators
IP-20 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
IP-21 Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes
IP-22 Cam Atkinson - Columbus Blue Jackets
IP-23 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
IP-24 Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights
IP-25 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
IP-26 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
IP-27 Alex DeBrincat - Chicago Blackhawks
IP-28 Peter Forsberg - Colorado Avalanche
IP-29 Taylor Hall - New Jersey Devils
IP-30 Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators
IP-31 Anders Bjork - Boston Bruins
IP-32 Bobby Orr - Boston Bruins
IP-33 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
IP-34 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
IP-35 Dominik Hasek - Detroit Red Wings
IP-36 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
IP-37 Mario Lemieux - Pittsburgh Penguins
IP-38 Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings
IP-39 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
IP-40 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
IP-41 Pat LaFontaine - New York Islanders
IP-42 Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils
IP-43 Max Pacioretty - Montreal Canadiens
IP-44 Kailer Yamamoto - Edmonton Oilers
IP-45 Josh Ho-Sang - New York Islanders
IP-46 Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
IP-47 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets
IP-48 Jean Beliveau - Montreal Canadiens
IP-49 Joe Pavelski - San Jose Sharks
IP-50 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins

 

Noteworthy Newcomers Set Checklist

30 cards. 1:4.5 packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red #/24, Blue #/14, Green #/4.
2017-18 Upper Deck Synergy Hockey

NN-1 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
NN-2 Evgeny Svechnikov - Detroit Red Wings
NN-3 Haydn Fleury - Carolina Hurricanes
NN-4 Adrian Kempe - Los Angeles Kings
NN-5 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets
NN-6 Jack Roslovic - Winnipeg Jets
NN-7 Owen Tippett - Florida Panthers
NN-8 Tyson Jost - Colorado Avalanche
NN-9 Anders Bjork - Boston Bruins
NN-10 Clayton Keller - Arizona Coyotes
NN-11 Colin White - New Jersey Devils
NN-12 Martin Necas - Carolina Hurricanes
NN-13 Jesper Bratt - New Jersey Devils
NN-14 Alex DeBrincat - Chicago Blackhawks
NN-15 Josh Ho-Sang - New York Islanders
NN-16 Filip Chytil - New York Rangers
NN-17 Alex Kerfoot - Colorado Avalanche
NN-18 Logan Brown - Ottawa Senators
NN-19 Alexander Nylander - Buffalo Sabres
NN-20 Charlie McAvoy - Boston Bruins
NN-21 Ian McCoshen - Florida Panthers
NN-22 Victor Mete - Montreal Canadiens
NN-23 Christian Fischer - Arizona Coyotes
NN-24 Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils
NN-25 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks
NN-26 Alex Tuch - Vegas Golden Knights
NN-27 Robert Hagg - Philadelphia Flyers
NN-28 Brendan Lemieux - Washington Capitals
NN-29 Kailer Yamamoto - Edmonton Oilers
NN-30 Nolan Patrick - Philadelphia Flyers

 

 


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User Reviews

  1. Looks nice! Autographs will be great!

  2. Cards look really cheesy and overpriced. PASS

  3. I think this is a great product. Especially for SP and Parallel collectors. The base cards are going to be highly sought after and very valuable. Especially the rookies. The Boeser and McAvoy Rookies /8 are going to be some of the most valuable and sought after rookies cards out there this season. I can’t wait to see what the Tier 3 rookies are going to be priced at on EBay.

  4. You can’t have a product with 1 of 86 different autos, only 1 in every 5 boxes, at this price point.It seems like a money grab in my opinion.

  5. Terrible hits

  6. I agree with Chris and John. Simply a terrible product for the price. All those parallels ,colors, etc. Is there no end to that nonsense? And one autograph every 5 boxes!!
    No value at all in this product who will be totally forgotten in a month or less.

  7. Bought a box today. Damaged cards on foil corners. Typical Upper Deck damaged cards. Terrible player selection. No # cards. No auto. No memorabilia. Just glorified colored “Ice” acetate cards.
    Avoid. Wasted $80.

  8. Just painfully watched a full case break in which I spent 90 bucks on 2 teams (Leafs and Panthers). Zero autographs and a handful of numbered cards. Hot garbage product from UD.

  9. Before it came out I thought it was going to be a great product with all the SPs. But the Rookie Base Card SP are case hits. Just one per 10 box case, and it’s not always a rookie. I just dont think it’s worth it.

  10. And I was also looking forward to hard signed, on card autos, but are just sticker autos! Upper Deck is getting lazy with all the sticker autos.

  11. This product is down right awful! I don’t see any value in opening this junk. This product will be discounted within 6 months. And even at $50/box it will still be over priced! Brutal!

  12. The box says
    “ALL NEW PRODUCT PACKED WITH HITS”
    I watched 7 boxes being broken without even ONE HIT in seven boxes.
    Apparently Upper Deck has NO CLUE what a “HIT” is..
    If you get a red card in every pack – then red cards are not a hit.
    If you get a Blue card in every 7 of 8 packs – then blue cards are not hits…
    non numbered green or purple parallels are not “HITS”
    other non numbered inserts are not hits.
    7 boxes – no autos – no jerseys in entire product as Upper Deck is trying to lower their cost of mem used in cards — but they dont lower prices.
    A hit is a card that is an auto or mem – or low numbered rookie – not base veterans as they still go for squat no matter the player.
    The person or team that worked on this set – needs to be fired, canned etc..
    This set is a pathetic product and Upper Deck should be thoroughly embarrassed to have produced this garbage.

  13. On looks alone, this is the worst of the 2017-18 lot so far, by a fairly wide margin, and maybe one of the worst ever. Zero stars. Incredibly cheesy fonts and graphics – this set might be the strongest case yet for the argument that there are just too many sets and variations each year. I’m collecting McAvoy rookies, and by my count, there are 163 unique McAvoy cards so far, and I’m sure I’ve missed a few, with a number of sets still to be released. 163. Either they’re running out of good designs, or every single design and variation conceived is being green lit. Either way, the brand and the hobby lose. Raise the bar. This is weak weak weak sauce. Those in the hobby need to show their disgust with their wallets – don’t buy these garbage sets. Don’t buy into breaks for them. These cards are offensive! The designers and those that approved the design should be fired, then rehired, just so they can be fired a second time.

  14. Wish I could give this zero stars. Cards are scratched, ugly and worthless. Completely overpriced and autos are stickers. Upper deck you suck.

  15. per Beckett – Color shift
    C-6 Jonathan Toews – Chicago Blackhawks
    C-18 Vladimir Tarasenko – St. Louis Blues

  16. What an absolute joke of a product. Maybe one of the worst ever. Wouldn’t be surprised if this stuff didn’t sell at Walmart for $30 a box.

  17. No thanks. Complete pass on this one.

  18. How can parallel cards be numbered higher than the base? I thought it was dumb in SPGU, and it’s even dumber here. Tiering out the cards to try and fabricate scarcity is out of control at UD. These cards would be better as inserts in another set, not a stand alone set. Plus the price is typical UD…way too high for the content.

  19. Red blue impact players

    Red blue noteworthy newcomers

    Red green impact players

    ZZZZZZZZZZ

    lol no thanks

  20. Worst Upper Deck product I have ever seen.

  21. This product has a nice design but aside from that is a horrible product.

    The Bounty program is a cool concept however this going to be a near impossible feat to do unless you buy 2 or more master cases. Usually with the amount of cards in the box/case a 20 box case should to the trick however the collation is horrible in this product. I seen 1 box with the same “base” cards in every other pack. UD better be giving out game used jersey autos to complete this impossible task.

    The “hits” in this product are non-existent so there is no motivation to purchase this product aside from chasing the aforementioned bounty. It’s like the series one and series 2 product but with less cards, higher price point and limited cards.

    But the nail in the coffin for this product is that out of 4 master cases there were alot of damaged cards. QC for this product is simply not there..

    This was a nice try to minic Chrome or Optic/Select but just did not meet up to standards.

    Big swing and a miss UD

  22. This product appears to just be a cash grab. I just participated in a case break and there were 2 signed cards in the case. Everything is a different colour but only 6 numbered cards. No jersey, patch, stick, tags or any memorabilia. There were 5 damaged cards. Collectors don’t collect colour variations anymore, or even sets. We want hardware, we want autographs, we want to collect our player or our team, not a bunch of un numbered colour variations. That was in the 90’s. We have EVOLVED beyond that. Definitely a product to ignore.

    The Bounty Program is a red herring. Not even worth pursueing

  23. So I got a few packs just to check it out and feel the cards for myself. I’ve seen them in online breaks and figured they couldn’t be so hideous in person, boy was I wrong.
    Most cards were in poor condition my acetate Daniel Sedin had scratches straight out of the pack, Impact Players Peter forsberg 56/56 bent corners. The color effects are just horrible so late 80s early 90s too cool for school

    Color parallels is getting really old and needs to be left in the low end products like parkhurst, do something a little more creative at 12$ a pack

  24. like someone already wrote way to many rookie card dominated products, if this continues next year we will have sets with 20 star players, 10 legends and 70 rookies.

  25. This stuff’s made for store breakers !! I like the idea of SSP base set and bounty program for some sets, but not all !! It’s a mix of Full Force and Ice cards. Too many Group A autographs. Seriously, Upper Deck need to connect way more with their customers. The marketing department needs fresh blood and real good ideas for products. I can’t believe they replace Fleer Showcase for this product who looks like kindergarden craft.

  26. Has anyone caught any RED colored rookies without a redeemable code (from 91-98) on the back of the card? Looks like they exist but only with the redeemable code. How is one to finnish the red colored cards from 1-98 if the last eight cards (91-98) don’t exist?

    Thanks

  27. I had no idea what this was when I was in my LCBS so I bought a pack, opened it and then looked up the product config (here) when I got home.

    I disagree with the person who said it’s the worst product UD has ever made as that honor belongs to Full Force (and will be very difficult to beat) however this is an easy 2nd place.

    This thing just screams of the people at UD having absolutely no idea what the market needs

  28. I understand that people may not like this as a box opening because it seems too confusing but there are many parallel collectors out there and this is perfect for them.
    The base set is hard to get but there are four other parallel base sets to collect, red being the easiest, then blue,green and purple. Bounty cards add to the set. Overall, I like the look of the cards. I mainly collect inserts but the value of some of the parallel or inserts are not bad. The exceptional talent and career spanning cards are a nice look.

  29. Player selection stinks. Whole premise of product is to upgrade to a better color. Should have spent a little time on the actual cards. I’ll go back to cracking SPX until something better comes along.

  30. Average rating, Had to try 1 box to see what all the fuss was about.
    I guess I did ok, Anthony Mantha auto. Patrik Laine Impact Players red #25/56. Tavares/Butcher Exceptional Talents. A few other inserts, bunch of Red, bunch of Blue. I did get 2 Denis Gurianov Red – 1 with a code, and one without – to answer JP.
    Is the first and last box though.

  31. 1 hit (auto/jersey) every 7-10 boxes, ummm no thanks. Way too overpriced just to build base sets. As for the bounty program, yeah if you want to buy 2-3 master cases in order to get the 3 cards you need to complete the set. Probably the worst product I have seen.

  32. too expensive

  33. Many, many parallels, way too many. I don’t quite like the quality of the acetates. It’s really hard to hit a big rookie hit. It wants to be a High End collection, but the quality is not there. The Cast for Greatness is a very good idea. I would like to see more metal cards, but the overall design looks cheap and childish. Not a lot of autos, no jerseys/patches. The SP cards are not special in any way. It’s just harder to pull them. I don’t know at what point this way of managing short prints on a large scale is appealing for customers. All in all, a failure from UD.

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