2019-20 Score Hockey Cards
While Panini isn't fully back in the hockey card game, 2019-20 Score Hockey is a start for those who prefer competition in the collecting world. It's been over five years since Panini left the hockey market following Upper Deck's exclusive NHL card contract.
Selling for $14.99 per two-card pack, or $50 per five-pack bundle, direct from Panini's online store, '19-20 Score includes one base parallel or autograph per pack.
2019-20 Score Hockey Set Details
Keeping with the basic Score stylings, the online-only 2019-20 Score Hockey features cards for two young stars on the New York Rangers. While the set can't use official NHL or team logos, 2019-20 Score Hockey does offer the first cardboard under Panini's autograph card exclusive for Kaapo Kakko and Vitali Kravtsov. Kakko was the second pick in the 2019 NHL Draft and Kravtsov went ninth in 2018.
The two players are featured in a base set that includes limited parallels, autographs and a dual autograph.
Each 2019-20 Score Hockey pack includes one base card for either Kakko or Kravtsov and then a parallel or autograph for the other player. So, to say it another way, you should get both players in each pack. If you pull the base Kaapo Kakko rookie, that means the parallel or autograph will be for Vitali Kravtsov.
Release Date: October 2, 2019
Product Configuration: 2 cards per pack
2019-20 Score Hockey Pack Break
- 1 Base Card and 1 Base Parallel or Autograph
2019-20 Score Hockey Checklist
Subject to change.
Base Set Checklist
2019-20 Score Hockey Autograph Checklist
Autographs Set Checklist
Dual Autographs Set Checklist
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So let me see if I have this straight. Panini has rehashed FIVE old sets, made them all very similar looking to the products that came out 6+ years ago, they are charging similar if not higher prices then they used to…
AND ALL 5 SETS CONTAIN NOTHING BUT THE SAME 2 RANGERS PROSPECTS!?!?
Holy cow! How dumb do they think collectors are!? And they’re not even premium young players, it’s one ok depth forwards and one guy who may not make the NHL. This is unlike any cash grab I’ve ever seen, unless you’re a Kappo collector who wants to drop a grand on a dozen cards with no logos avoid these products.