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2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey Cards

2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey Cards

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Bringing even more UD exclusives to our northern neighbors, 2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada takes a national hockey team approach with a full promo set.

Exclusive to Canadian Tire, an automotive/sporting goods/hardware/home goods retail chain that sells quite a bit more than just tires, the 2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada promotional release starts on December 1 and goes until December 28, 2017 (or as supplies last). The five-card packs run $1.99 CAD (before tax) with any purchase, and it is up to the specific location to decide the number of packs you can purchase in a single transaction.

This concept seems quite similar to the immensely popular 2017-18 Upper Deck Tim Hortons, except the coffee promo is an NHL set while this obviously focuses on Team Canada.

2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada

The 2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada checklist is actually pretty robust with 160 cards in the main set. The breakdown includes 100 base cards, 40 base Short Prints, and 20 more cards that are part of the Heir to the Ice subset. In addition, limited Gold Foil Signature and Black Foil Signature versions can be found for select players.

2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

2017 Canadian Tire Upper Deck Team Canada inserts include Team Canada Canvas, which features 45 main cards and 10 high-number Canvas Short Prints. An acetate favorite, the Clear Cut line offers Program of Excellence (30 cards) and World Juniors (10 cards). Finally, the 12-card OPC Retro set highlights all-time greats from the program, while Vs. (versus) draws attention to 24 top NHL players who represent other countries. Collectors can find 13 of these players also featured in the Vs. Signatures parallel.

There is no collector album for the set, and  2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada pack odds will be added if they are released.

Release Date: 12/01/2017; End Date: 12/28/2017 (or as supplies last)
Product Configuration: 5 cards per pack ($1.99 per pack with any purchase), 48 packs per box

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Set Checklist

2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey Checklist

Base Set Checklist

Includes 40 base short prints (1:2.5 packs) and 20 Heir to the Ice (1:10 packs).
PARALLEL CARDS: UD Exclusives Silver #/100, UD Exclusives Gold #/10, Printing Plates 1/1.
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

1 Connor McDavid
2 Robby Fabbri
3 Brendan Gallagher
4 Matt Beleskey
5 Matt Murray
6 Tyler Ennis
7 Jeff Carter
8 Sean Monahan
9 Sean Couturier
10 Jonathan Toews
11 Tyler Toffoli
12 Andrew Ladd
13 Jason Spezza
14 Martin Jones
15 Bo Horvat
16 Ryan Ellis
17 Josh Morrissey
18 Derick Brassard
19 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
20 Sidney Crosby
21 Mark Giordano
22 Jaden Schwartz
23 Brett Ritchie
24 Claude Giroux
25 Cam Talbot
26 Morgan Rielly
27 Jarome Iginla
28 David Savard
29 Ryan Murray
30 Marc-Andre Fleury
31 Eric Staal
32 Calvin Pickard
33 Jordan Staal
34 Brayden Schenn
35 Matt Dumba
36 Chris Kunitz
37 Braden Holtby
38 Justin Williams
39 Logan Couture
40 Evander Kane
41 Mark Stone
42 Jeff Skinner
43 Jake Muzzin
44 Sam Reinhart
45 Brent Seabrook
46 Ryan O’Reilly
47 Dan Hamhuis
48 Ryan Spooner
49 Marc Staal
50 Mitch Marner
51 Jonathan Huberdeau
52 Boone Jenner
53 Jay Bouwmeester
54 Ryan Johansen
55 Griffin Reinhart
56 Duncan Keith
57 Devan Dubnyk
58 Shane Doan
59 Mike Smith
60 Adam Henrique
61 Patrick Sharp
62 Kris Letang
63 Tyson Barrie
64 Nazem Kadri
65 James Neal
66 Alexandre Burrows
67 Meaghan Mikkelson
68 Marie-Philip Poulin
69 Hailey Wickenheiser
70 Kirk Muller
71 Ed Belfour
72 Lanny McDonald
73 Dale Hawerchuk
74 Felix Potvin
75 Larry Robinson
76 Shayne Corson
77 Larry Murphy
78 Ray Bourque
79 Theoren Fleury
80 Marcel Dionne
81 Charlie Simmer
82 Mike Gartner
83 Owen Nolan
84 Bobby Clarke
85 Grant Fuhr
86 Joe Sakic
87 Darryl Sittler
88 Denis Potvin
89 Mark Recchi
90 Doug Gilmour
91 Rod Brind ’Amour
92 Rogie Vachon
93 Bobby Orr
94 Wendel Clark
95 Phil Esposito
96 Bobby Hull
97 Vincent Damphousse
98 Glenn Anderson
99 Trevor Linden
100 Paul Coffey
Base Short Prints - 1:2.5
101 Sidney Crosby SP
102 Brad Marchand SP
103 P.K. Subban SP
104 Jonathan Toews SP
105 Jordan Eberle SP
106 Jamie Benn SP
107 Tyler Seguin SP
108 Aaron Ekblad SP
109 Taylor Hall SP
110 Nathan MacKinnon SP
111 Alex Pietrangelo SP
112 Shea Weber SP
113 Mark Scheifele SP
114 Wayne Simmonds SP
115 Carey Price SP
116 Jonathan Drouin SP
117 Brent Burns SP
118 Rick Nash SP
119 Matt Duchene SP
120 Steven Stamkos SP
121 Patrick Marleau SP
122 Drew Doughty SP
123 Roberto Luongo SP
124 Patrice Bergeron SP
125 John Tavares SP
126 Corey Perry SP
127 Joe Thornton SP
128 Connor McDavid SP
129 Ryan Getzlaf SP
130 Mitch Marner SP
131 Steve Yzerman SP
132 Mike Bossy SP
133 Mario Lemieux SP
134 Patrick Roy SP
135 Mark Messier SP
136 Guy Lafleur SP
137 Frank Mahovlich SP
138 Bobby Orr SP
139 Martin Brodeur SP
140 Wayne Gretzky SP
Heir to the Ice - 1:10
141 Connor McDavid - Heir to the Ice
142 Brayden Point - Heir to the Ice
143 Anthony Mantha - Heir to the Ice
144 Dylan Strome - Heir to the Ice
145 Alexandre Carrier - Heir to the Ice
146 Matt Murray - Heir to the Ice
147 Lawson Crouse - Heir to the Ice
148 Mathew Barzal - Heir to the Ice
149 Max Domi - Heir to the Ice
150 Samuel Morin - Heir to the Ice
151 Mitch Marner - Heir to the Ice
152 Eric Comrie - Heir to the Ice
153 Tyson Jost - Heir to the Ice
154 Travis Konecny - Heir to the Ice
155 Thomas Chabot - Heir to the Ice
156 Anthony Beauvillier - Heir to the Ice
157 Blake Speers - Heir to the Ice
158 John Quenneville - Heir to the Ice
159 Shea Theodore - Heir to the Ice
160 Sam Bennett - Heir to the Ice

 

Base SSP Set Checklist

Unannounced. Shop on eBay. 
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada

SP-1 Nolan Patrick

 

Base Gold Foil Signatures Set Checklist

104 cards. Shop on eBay.
Specific group pack odds noted below.
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

Base - 1:144
1 Connor McDavid - A 1:1,639
2 Robby Fabbri - E 1:308
3 Brendan Gallagher - B 1:1,160
4 Matt Beleskey - C 1:1,061
5 Matt Murray - B 1:1,160
8 Sean Monahan - D 1:779
10 Jonathan Toews - A 1:1,639
13 Jason Spezza - C 1:1,061
14 Martin Jones - C 1:1,061
15 Bo Horvat - C 1:1,061
19 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - A 1:1,639
20 Sidney Crosby - A 1:1,639
21 Mark Giordano - B 1:1,160
22 Jaden Schwartz - D 1:779
23 Brett Ritchie - E 1:308
24 Claude Giroux - A 1:1,639
26 Morgan Rielly - C 1:1,061
27 Jarome Iginla - A 1:1,639
28 David Savard - A 1:1,639
29 Ryan Murray - D 1:779
30 Marc-Andre Fleury - B 1:1,160
32 Calvin Pickard - B 1:1,160
39 Logan Couture - B 1:1,160
40 Evander Kane - E 1:308
41 Mark Stone - E 1:308
49 Marc Staal - C 1:1,061
50 Mitch Marner - A 1:1,639
51 Jonathan Huberdeau - E 1:308
52 Boone Jenner - D 1:779
55 Griffin Reinhart - E 1:308
60 Adam Henrique - B 1:1,160
61 Patrick Sharp - C 1:1,061
65 James Neal - A 1:1,639
71 Ed Belfour - A 1:1,639
72 Lanny McDonald - A 1:1,639
73 Dale Hawerchuk - B 1:1,160
74 Felix Potvin - D 1:779
76 Shayne Corson - E 1:308
77 Larry Murphy - B 1:1,160
78 Ray Bourque - A 1:1,639
79 Theoren Fleury - A 1:1,639
80 Marcel Dionne - A 1:1,639
81 Charlie Simmer - D 1:779
82 Mike Gartner - B 1:1,160
84 Bobby Clarke - A 1:1,639
85 Grant Fuhr - A 1:1,639
86 Joe Sakic - A 1:1,639
87 Darryl Sittler - A 1:1,639
88 Denis Potvin - A 1:1,639
90 Doug Gilmour - B 1:1,160
92 Rogie Vachon - B 1:1,160
93 Bobby Orr - B 1:1,160
94 Wendel Clark - C 1:1,061
95 Phil Esposito - B 1:1,160
96 Bobby Hull - A 1:1,639
97 Vincent Damphousse - C 1:1,061
98 Glenn Anderson - B 1:1,160
99 Trevor Linden - B 1:1,160
100 Paul Coffey - A 1:1,639
Base Short Prints - 1:720
101 Sidney Crosby - A 1:9,659
104 Jonathan Toews - B 1:2,485
106 Jamie Benn - B 1:2,485
108 Aaron Ekblad - D 1:1,935
109 Taylor Hall - D 1:1,935
110 Nathan MacKinnon - D 1:1,935
113 Mark Scheifele - D 1:1,935
114 Wayne Simmonds - C 1:2,730
115 Carey Price - B 1:2,485
118 Rick Nash - C 1:2,730
120 Steven Stamkos - B 1:2,485
121 Patrick Marleau - C 1:2,730
123 Roberto Luongo - B 1:2,485
125 John Tavares - B 1:2,485
126 Corey Perry - C 1:2,730
127 Joe Thornton - B 1:2,485
128 Connor McDavid - A 1:9,659
130 Mitch Marner - C 1:2,730
131 Steve Yzerman - A 1:9,659
132 Mike Bossy - B 1:2,485
133 Mario Lemieux - A 1:9,659
134 Patrick Roy - A 1:9,659
135 Mark Messier - A 1:9,659
136 Guy Lafleur - A 1:9,659
137 Frank Mahovlich - A 1:9,659
138 Bobby Orr - B 1:2,485
139 Martin Brodeur - A 1:9,659
140 Wayne Gretzky - A 1:9,659
Heir to the Ice - 1:864
141 Connor McDavid - A 1:15,559
142 Brayden Point - D 1:1,363
143 Anthony Mantha - C 1:4,617
144 Dylan Strome - A 1:15,559
146 Matt Murray - A 1:15,559
147 Lawson Crouse - B 1:7,007
148 Mathew Barzal - D 1:1,363
149 Max Domi - A 1:15,559
150 Samuel Morin - D 1:1,363
151 Mitch Marner - A 1:15,559
153 Tyson Jost - B 1:7,007
154 Travis Konecny - C 1:4,617
155 Thomas Chabot - D 1:1,363
156 Anthony Beauvillier - C 1:4,617
157 Blake Speers - D 1:1,363
158 John Quenneville - D 1:1,363
159 Shea Theodore - B 1:7,007

 

Base Black Foil Signatures Set Checklist

118 cards. Serial numbered #/5.

1 Connor McDavid
2 Robby Fabbri
3 Brendan Gallagher
4 Matt Beleskey
5 Matt Murray
8 Sean Monahan
9 Sean Couturier
10 Jonathan Toews
12 Andrew Ladd
13 Jason Spezza
14 Martin Jones
15 Bo Horvat
16 Ryan Ellis
17 Josh Morrissey
19 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
20 Sidney Crosby
21 Mark Giordano
22 Jaden Schwartz
23 Brett Ritchie
24 Claude Giroux
26 Morgan Rielly
27 Jarome Iginla
28 David Savard
29 Ryan Murray
30 Marc-Andre Fleury
35 Matt Dumba
36 Chris Kunitz
39 Logan Couture
40 Evander Kane
41 Mark Stone
48 Ryan Spooner
49 Marc Staal
50 Mitch Marner
51 Jonathan Huberdeau
52 Boone Jenner
55 Griffin Reinhart
60 Adam Henrique
61 Patrick Sharp
65 James Neal
71 Ed Belfour
72 Lanny McDonald
73 Dale Hawerchuk
74 Felix Potvin
76 Shayne Corson
77 Larry Murphy
78 Ray Bourque
79 Theoren Fleury
80 Marcel Dionne
81 Charlie Simmer
82 Mike Gartner
83 Owen Nolan
84 Bobby Clarke
85 Grant Fuhr
86 Joe Sakic
87 Darryl Sittler
88 Denis Potvin
90 Doug Gilmour
91 Rod Brind’ Amour
92 Rogie Vachon
93 Bobby Orr
94 Wendel Clark
95 Phil Esposito
96 Bobby Hull
97 Vincent Damphousse
98 Glenn Anderson
99 Trevor Linden
100 Paul Coffey
101 Sidney Crosby SP
102 Brad Marchand SP
103 P.K. Subban SP
104 Jonathan Toews SP
106 Jamie Benn SP
107 Tyler Seguin SP
108 Aaron Ekblad SP
109 Taylor Hall SP
110 Nathan MacKinnon SP
113 Mark Scheifele SP
114 Wayne Simmonds SP
115 Carey Price SP
117 Brent Burns SP
118 Rick Nash SP
119 Matt Duchene SP
120 Steven Stamkos SP
121 Patrick Marleau SP
123 Roberto Luongo SP
125 John Tavares SP
126 Corey Perry SP
127 Joe Thornton SP
128 Connor McDavid SP
130 Mitch Marner SP
131 Steve Yzerman SP
132 Mike Bossy SP
133 Mario Lemieux SP
134 Patrick Roy SP
135 Mark Messier SP
136 Guy Lafleur SP
137 Frank Mahovlich SP
138 Bobby Orr SP
139 Martin Brodeur SP
140 Wayne Gretzky SP
141 Connor McDavid - Heir to the Ice
142 Brayden Point - Heir to the Ice
143 Anthony Mantha - Heir to the Ice
144 Dylan Strome - Heir to the Ice
146 Matt Murray - Heir to the Ice
147 Lawson Crouse - Heir to the Ice
148 Mathew Barzal - Heir to the Ice
149 Max Domi - Heir to the Ice
150 Samuel Morin - Heir to the Ice
151 Mitch Marner - Heir to the Ice
153 Tyson Jost - Heir to the Ice
154 Travis Konecny - Heir to the Ice
155 Thomas Chabot - Heir to the Ice
156 Anthony Beauvillier - Heir to the Ice
157 Blake Speers - Heir to the Ice
158 John Quenneville - Heir to the Ice
159 Shea Theodore - Heir to the Ice
160 Sam Bennett - Heir to the Ice

 

Team Canada Canvas Set Checklist

55 cards, including 10 short prints. 1:5 packs. Shop on eBay. 
1987 SP Odds - 1:48 packs.
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

TCC-1 Sidney Crosby
TCC-2 Brent Burns
TCC-3 Jamie Benn
TCC-4 Taylor Hall
TCC-5 Connor McDavid
TCC-6 Nathan MacKinnon
TCC-7 Jeff Carter
TCC-8 Ryan O’Reilly
TCC-9 Mitch Marner
TCC-10 Joe Thornton
TCC-11 Corey Perry
TCC-12 Matt Duchene
TCC-13 Jonathan Toews
TCC-14 Shea Weber
TCC-15 P.K. Subban
TCC-16 Patrice Bergeron
TCC-17 Carey Price
TCC-18 Duncan Keith
TCC-19 Morgan Rielly
TCC-20 Rick Nash
TCC-21 Matt Murray
TCC-22 Tyler Seguin
TCC-23 Steven Stamkos
TCC-24 Brad Marchand
TCC-25 John Tavares
TCC-26 Drew Doughty
TCC-27 Jeff Skinner
TCC-28 Ryan Getzlaf
TCC-29 Claude Giroux
TCC-30 Darryl Sittler
TCC-31 Guy Lafleur
TCC-32 Mike Bossy
TCC-33 Bobby Hull
TCC-34 Bobby Clarke
TCC-35 Ed Belfour
TCC-36 Bobby Orr
TCC-37 Lanny McDonald
TCC-38 Steve Yzerman
TCC-39 Denis Potvin
TCC-40 Theoren Fleury
TCC-41 Phil Esposito
TCC-42 Shayne Corson
TCC-43 Larry Robinson
TCC-44 Mike Gartner
TCC-45 Marcel Dionne
1987 Short Prints - 1:48
TCC-46 Mario Lemieux SP
TCC-47 Ray Bourque SP
TCC-48 Grant Fuhr SP
TCC-49 Larry Murphy SP
TCC-50 Doug Gilmour SP
TCC-51 Mark Messier SP
TCC-52 Paul Coffey SP
TCC-53 Glenn Anderson SP
TCC-54 Dale Hawerchuk SP
TCC-55 Wayne Gretzky SP

 

Clear Cut Program of Excellence Set Checklist

30 cards. 1:96 packs. Shop on eBay. 
 2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada

POE-1 Carey Price
POE-2 Mitch Marner
POE-3 Jonathan Toews
POE-4 Taylor Hall
POE-5 Sidney Crosby
POE-6 Brent Burns
POE-7 Ryan Getzlaf
POE-8 Nathan MacKinnon
POE-9 Shea Weber
POE-10 Matt Murray
POE-11 Brad Marchand
POE-12 Corey Perry
POE-13 Steven Stamkos
POE-14 P.K. Subban
POE-15 John Tavares
POE-16 Claude Giroux
POE-17 Mark Scheifele
POE-18 Jamie Benn
POE-19 Matt Duchene
POE-20 Connor McDavid
POE-21 Mario Lemieux
POE-22 Martin Brodeur
POE-23 Bobby Orr
POE-24 Joe Sakic
POE-25 Mark Messier
POE-26 Steve Yzerman
POE-27 Paul Coffey
POE-28 Mike Bossy
POE-29 Frank Mahovlich
POE-30 Wayne Gretzky

 

Clear Cut Team Canada Juniors Set Checklist

11 cards. Overall odds - 1:288 packs. Shop on eBay. 
Odds are not known for the unannounced Nolan Patrick SP.
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

WJC-1 Connor McDavid
WJC-2 Matt Murray
WJC-3 Mitch Marner
WJC-4 Anthony Mantha
WJC-5 Dylan Strome
WJC-6 Mathew Barzal
WJC-7 Brayden Point
WJC-8 Thomas Chabot
WJC-9 Travis Konecny
WJC-10 Tyson Jost
WJCSP-NP Nolan Patrick

 

Retro O-Pee-Chee OPC Set Checklist

12 cards. 1:17 packs. Shop on eBay.
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

R-1 Connor McDavid
R-2 Mitch Marner
R-3 Jonathan Toews
R-4 John Tavares
R-5 Sidney Crosby
R-6 P.K. Subban
R-7 Carey Price
R-8 Steven Stamkos
R-9 Patrick Roy
R-10 Mario Lemieux
R-11 Mark Messier
R-12 Wayne Gretzky

 

Vs. (Versus) Set Checklist

24 cards. 1:6 packs. Shop on eBay. 
2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

VS-1 Auston Matthews - Team USA
VS-2 Alexander Ovechkin - Team Russia
VS-3 Artemi Panarin - Team Russia
VS-4 Anze Kopitar - Team Slovenia
VS-5 Patrik Laine - Team Finland
VS-6 Johnny Gaudreau - Team USA
VS-7 Jaromir Jagr - Team Czech Republic
VS-8 William Nylander - Team Sweden
VS-9 Evgeni Malkin - Team Russia
VS-10 Patrick Kane - Team USA
VS-11 Roman Josi - Team Switzerland
VS-12 Henrik Zetterberg - Team Sweden
VS-13 Leon Draisaitl - Team Germany
VS-14 Vladimir Tarasenko - Team Russia
VS-15 Erik Karlsson - Team Sweden
VS-16 Max Pacioretty - Team USA
VS-17 Henrik Sedin - Team Sweden
VS-18 Joe Pavelski - Team USA
VS-19 Marian Hossa - Team Slovakia
VS-20 Mats Zuccarello - Team Norway
VS-21 Gabriel Landeskog - Team Sweden
VS-22 Pavel Bure - Team Russia
VS-23 Brett Hull - Team USA
VS-24 Teemu Selanne - Team Finland

 

Vs. Black Set Checklist

Unannounced. Let us know if you spot any others.
 2017-18 Upper Deck Canadian Tire Team Canada Hockey

VSB-AM Auston Matthews - Team USA
VSB-WN William Nylander - Team Sweden
VSB-LD Leon Draisaitl - Team Germany
VSB-HL Henrik Lundqvist - Team Sweden
VSB-NH Nico Hischier - Team Switzerland

 

Vs. Signatures Set Checklist

14 cards. Serial numbered #/10.

VS-1 Auston Matthews - Team USA
VS-2 Alexander Ovechkin - Team Russia
VS-7 Jaromir Jagr - Team Czech Republic
VS-8 William Nylander - Team Sweden
VS-10 Patrick Kane - Team USA
VS-12 Henrik Zetterberg - Team Sweden
VS-13 Leon Draisaitl - Team Germany
VS-14 Vladimir Tarasenko - Team Russia
VS-16 Max Pacioretty - Team USA
VS-21 Gabriel Landeskog - Team Sweden
VS-22 Pavel Bure - Team Russia
VS-23 Brett Hull - Team USA
VS-24 Teemu Selanne - Team Finland
VSB-HL Henrik Lundqvist Team Sweden

 


Trey Treutel  |  E-Mail Author

Trey Treutel is an Ole Miss grad and a lifelong sports fanatic. He is a huge fan of the NBA and NFL, as well as soccer, college basketball and college football. As a kid, he collected football and basketball cards. In more recent years, he started collecting basketball cards again on a whim and has since expanded to other sports and entertainment options. Find Trey on Twitter at @datreute or Google+.


User Reviews

  1. This looks kind of awesome

  2. I really hope the print run will match the huge checklist. May be difficult to build a complete base set.

  3. My buddy just pulled a Nolan Patrick #SP-1 card that doesn’t seem to be listed here on this site. Just thought you may want to know. Thanks

  4. This set was to be released today. It has been all over ebay all week being sold by the case, set, individual cards and so on.
    Customers are suppose to be able to purchase these cards starting today. You would think Canadian Tire and Upper Deck would have some sort of control unless store owners can do what ever they want with the stock.
    I sent a message to Canadian Tire a few days ago and am still waiting to hear back.

  5. Making a comment from Marks comment.
    I agree with you you Mark.I bought a few packs at a Canadian Tire on Nov 30th,that would be there mistake thoygh,have the receipt to prove it.As far as cards being available on E.bay before the actuall release date is absolute B’S.That same crap happened with the Tim Horton hockey card set.Cards where available 10 days,on E.bay,before the the release date.
    It’s become pretty apparent to me now, that an Upper Deck employee is a theif,and that individual(s) has to be caught,charged with theft and fraud,plus fired.Hockey card collecting is supposed be fun and exciting for parents and kids,and for the collectors like myself! I put quite a bit of money into the Upper Deck products,but knowing that a theif(s) are out there has made me bitter!
    I hope Upper Deck launches an investigation to figure out who is responsible for these actions!

  6. It’s a bit extreme to suggest that the reason cards showed up early is due to a thief at Upper Deck. Unfortunately, this is not an issue for just UD as cards show up early on eBay for nearly all the card brands. I agree that it is frustrating when the schedule is not honored, but once the product is shipped, it falls to the distributor or retailer to hold it back until the official release date. Sellers know that listing first can help sales, so it’s a race to get cards as early as possible.

  7. Hi Trey. There’s a mistake in the checklist:
    Mark Messier is #R-11 – Retro O-Pee-Chee, not Yzerman.

    Cheers!

  8. Thanks!

  9. I went today and had some issue locating cards from my local Canadian Tire. Someone from customer service brought the cashier some packs. I was allowed to purchase 5 packs max for my transaction.
    The cards are very nice.

  10. Glen,

    I do not think it is Upper Deck employees. I think it is Tim Hortons and Canadian Tire managers, owners or employees taking the product and selling it.The Canadian Tire Team Canada cards are being sold by the case. I think this is unreal, especially at the beginning of the release. It would not be hard to figure out if it was theft, as the sellers are not hiding it and are on Ebay.

  11. Very nice product, Tim Hortons style. They added some subsets from other products, such as the retro OPC and the Canvas. Overall, for the price, is a very good product. Note please that there are 5 cards in the pack instead of 3 like in the Tim Hortons packs. A small issue though, some of the base and canvas pictures are identical (see Weber).

    As for the other problem, there are many things to talk about.

    1. No, this is not an UD employee, but store managers. Some will sell before the release date, some others after. Some will limit the quantity of packs per client, some others will not. It’s not an excuse, but they don’t manage hobby stores. They receive thousands of products they have to manage and they simply don’t care about some hockey cards, a product they do not normally even sell in their stores and they receive once every 4-5 year perhaps. UD sends precise indications, but not all of them care about.

    2. Now, I checked this morning the inventory, and all the stores in Montreal or the big cities still have a lot of packs. So, if someone lives nearby a big city will have absolutely no issue finding the product. There are thousands of packs left. The problem arises with stores in small towns that indeed, many sold out the product. Since you cannot buy this product online, I image it must be infuriating for those people who didn’t even get the chance to purchase it because someone before the release date bought everything.

    3. As Trey mentioned, business is business. The manager can decide if he wants to limit the quantity per client or not. And why is that? Well, in a big store, where they have 2000 packs, there are chances they get stuck with them if they sell pack by pack. Since this is not a hobby store, if people are allowed to purchase only 1-2 packs with a purchase, it’s very hard to sell them all, since not a lot of people will buy with their screw-driver or painting brush a pack of hockey cards, especially that this is not very publicized, as Tim Hortons was. Sure, they could limit the number of purchases at 5 packs, but who can forbid you to go 2-3 times a day, 5-6 times a week and still buy the number of packs you need? Or to send your cousin, brother, friend, etc. to buy for you.

    The truth is, these kind of collections, released in coffee shops and hardware stores, will always have these kind of problems, no matter what UD will try to do.

  12. Trey,
    Yes my comment about an Upper Deck employee being a thief may have a bit extreme to some.Although my feelings and frustration remain the same,i apologize if I offended anyone with my comment.

    Mark,
    I had the same thing happen to me at a Canadian Tire store,the manager said I could only purchase 5 packs at a time.I just simpley said,if I want to buy 10 chocolate bars are you going to tell me I could buy only 5! I showed the checklist and explained how Upper Deck can make it very difficult to complete a set,after giving that fact,i purchased 40 packs with no problem.Anyone that collects hockey cards would know I’m correct about how difficult and frustrating it can be to complete a set,this Canadian Tire set is proof,the last 20 cards Heir to the Ice,out of the 160 card set are going to be a problem.I have purchased 100 packs and only pulled 5 Heir to the Ice cards and 2 0f them where signatures. 100 packs and still need 4 cards to complete 1-100,So anyone that is told there is a limit of packs to buy,just explain.
    No one should have the right to you how many packs of cards you can purchase at a one time anyway! That does not happen at a Hobby Shop.

  13. Almost forgot,like any other Upper Deck product,this is a very nice set!
    It would be nice to be able to complete it a bit easier without spending a ton!
    Very nice set though!

  14. I just came back from my local canadian tire. they had about a box per cashier.
    I bought an entire box without any problems. Awesome pulls. great looking cards better than tim hortons. the base 100 cards set is easy to do compared to tim horton’s. I almost have a second complete set.

    heir to the ice 10/10 B.speers
    one signature track E (fabbri)
    one program of exellence (bossy)
    one Black variant of the VS cards (Laine)

  15. It’s going to be impossible to get every card on the full checklist

  16. I saw a Short Print Nolan Patrick Clear Cut Team Canada Juniors card on sale on eBay which is not listed on this site. Just thought you might want to know. Thanks

  17. Thanks! Seems to be lots of extras compared to what the “final” checklist showed.

  18. I have always built this set in the hobby format and i must say the quality of these cards is of a base brand upper deck or better.

    I just hope i can find enough traders out here in nova scotia or they have enough packs for me to be able to complete it.

    On a side note i was able to buy 85 packs at one time today without a hassle. I assume it could have been as many as i desired.

  19. I already have two sets of base cards 1-100
    but I’m still confused..I have over 500 cards so far…but not one of any of these cards… Gold Foil signature card =59 cards…Gold foil signature short prints =28 cards…Black foil signatures = 67 cards & Black foil signatures-short Prints = 33 cards…So how the !!! are we able to get a complete full set?..any suggestions?

  20. Those cards you mentioned are autographs and fairly rare, especially the short prints. The Black Foil version only has five total copies, so it’s nearly impossible to get that entire set.

  21. In my 85 packs i got

    2 base sets 1-100 and a third 97/100 cards

    34 short prints cards 101-140 (6 dups)

    8 htti short prints cards 141-160 (1 dup)

    17 Canvas cards including 2 1987 team canvas at 1:7 & 1:48

    14 VS cards at 1:6 and one unannouced black parralell (nylander)

    6 o pee chee retro at 1:17

    One exclusive at 1:100 (silver)

    One clear cut POE at 1:96

    One base gold foil auto at 1:144 (griffen Reinhart)

    One heir to the ice gold foil auto at 1:864 (mathew barzal)

  22. Thx Trey….

  23. Hey collectors,
    150 packs opened so far,438 doubles and still no card # 85 Grant Fuhr.
    7 players I have 10 doubles,1 I have 11.
    Where is Grant !!!! I have TCC: Grant Fuhr
    This is what I have so far….
    SP base set: 23/40 cards
    Heir to the Ice: 10/20 cards
    TCC: 31/55 total…SP: 4/10 cards
    V.s (versus) 17/24 cards

    Hard to pull cards….
    UD Exclusive GOLD: Marcel Dionne #erd:5/10
    UD Signature GOLD: Ryan Murray
    Heir to the Ice Signature = 2
    Anthony Mantha
    Lawson Crouse
    CCPE: Shea Weber– The only CC: I have pulled so far..
    V.s Black: = 3
    William Nylander
    Henrik Ludqvist = 2
    Very satisfied with these pulls,but where Is base card # 85 Grant Fuhr !!!! Making me crazy!!! Lol!
    Good luck to everyone pulling(cracking) packs!

    Glen.W

  24. Glen.W..I have 6 extra #85 Grant Fuhr cards… so lets trade..if anybody else needs cards to trade ..contact me @ blevit@hotmail.com..Cheers

  25. I bought 5 packs and pulled 3 Heir To the Ice! (1:10) I really like the overall look and feel of the cards and I love that there is now an affordable Team Canada set.

  26. Glen W – Name me one UD product that doesn’t cost a ton to collect? I can’t think of one! Why doesn’t the reply button work?

  27. N.B. – 1.99 a pack is very affordable although you’re suppose to buy something. Tell me how much you spend to complete the set and then let me know if you think it is still affordable!!

  28. Love this set!!! Question, why no Lindros in this set?

  29. Great cards.
    Just bought my 1st 10 packs and got sidney crosby #101 autograph card. Im still in shock. Best pull of my life👍👍

  30. HH I don’t plan on buying a lot of packs, I may or may not go for the set. I normally collect 1 set a year as well as all the rookies. I am a student who loves to collect cards… I don’t chase master sets so I don’t anticipate spending a lot. This set is much easier to collect than the Team Canada juniors that come out every year and I like the cards better than the comparable Tim Hortons cards. My store doesn’t require a purchase for the cards.

  31. Great product but very hard or at least impossible to collect the whole set. I have opened 6 boxes so far and while I have 5 1-100 sets, 1 1-140 set, a full set 1-12 retros, a full set of white VS 1-24 I only have one O Pee Chee clear, 4 clear cut, 1 canvas beyond number 50, a number of UD Exclusive (Silver) and 4 gold leaf signatures. Going to be a tough set. I hope along with others we can set up trade night here on Vancouver Island.

  32. Did anyone got Black print plate

  33. Product is ok, would’ve been better if the SP 101-140 had a slightly different look and not the same players from base set. Maybe even make the SP cards championship versions of the base (ie. players with trophy, medal, etc.) At least these weren’t as bad as the Leafs Centennial diecut SP set that were basically the same card, but cut.

    Value wise, I was lucky to buy only 10 packs and pulled a jersey numbered Aaron Ekblad GOLD /10

  34. Really good product and not too expensive.

    I just pulled a magenta printing plate one of one for Doug Gilmour. Anybody have an idea of what the value is?

  35. Great set. I’m 5 cards short from completed the 160 card set. One print plate of Mark Messier, two exclusives (Messier and Simmonds). Haven’t pulled one auto (as of yet). I have pulled two Versus Black cards of Lundqvist.

  36. Hey Dave Roosa…I’m in Burnaby with a lot of trade cards…blevit@hotmail.com

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