2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Cards

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Cards

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Arguably the biggest release of the year, 2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey is the annual starting point for the flagship NHL brand.

What it lacks in premium hits, Series 1 makes up for with the popular Young Guns and a ton of inserts.

Issued later in the season, Series 2 offers another round of cards.

See also: 2019-20 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Cards

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2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Base / Young Guns

As usual, 2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey features 250 cards in the main set. This breaks down to 198 common base cards, 49 Young Guns and three checklists.

Collectors will likely gravitate to the 50-card Young Guns (1:4 packs) subset, which adds another crop of rookies, including Alexis Lafreniere, to the long-running YG checklist.

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Parallels include Hobby-only Clear Cut (Base - 1:96 packs; YG - 1:288 packs), Exclusives (#/100) and High Gloss (#/10) cards.

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Reaching into the brand's past, a new parallel choice is the French text edition that falls 1:30 packs for base subjects and 1:120 packs for Young Guns.

On top of that, 2020 NHL Draft SP cards are very difficult to uncover at 1:12,960 packs.

Although not technically part of the base set, the UD Canvas line is another fan-favorite. The Canvas Young Guns average 1:48 packs compared to the base cards that drop at rate of 1:7 packs.

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2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Inserts

From there, the 2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey checklist touches on a number of different insert options. Several of these are new for the '20-21 season.

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Collectors can find debuting Dazzlers Blue (1:24 packs), done on patterned foilboard with a rare Pink (1:144 packs) parallel, along with Debut Dates (1:20 packs) for initial rookie appearances in '19-20, and Predominant (1:12 packs) cards featuring color player images set against a black-and-white background. These come as a Gold (1:260 packs) parallel, as well.

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There's also UD's nod to the global aspect of the game in NHL Worldwide (1:14 packs), which offers a limited Die-Cut (1:270 packs) version.

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Likely familiar to flagship fans, top rookies from 2019-20 get a curtain call in Rookie Retrospective, while UD Portraits (Base - 1:8 packs; Rookies - 1:30 packs) is back along with the Gold (#/99 or #/25) and Platinum Blue (#/25 or #/5) parallels. This two-part set is split between Series 1 and Series 2.

Returning for another year, the Clear Cut insert selection has several tough pulls that combine to average one per case.

Clear Cut

  • Foundation Duos - 1:288 packs
  • Leaders Trios - 1:4,000 packs
  • Honoured Members Update - #/100
  • Cut Components - 1:900 packs

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Those tracking down the SSP inserts can try their luck with Ceremonial Puck Drop (1:2,880 packs) and Day with the Cup (1:2,880 packs).

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In addition, the Retail Tins have O-Pee-Chee bonus packs with exclusive OPC Glossy Rookies. The three-card packs include limited Bronze (1:12 packs) and Gold (1:34 packs) parallels.

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Autographs / Relics

Even though it's one of the few UD releases not centered on hits, 2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey does contain a handful of signed cards and memorabilia inserts.

Hit-chasers can find Signature Sensations (1:276 packs) or Hobby-only UD Canvas Signatures cards in a horizontal or vertical layout that are limited to the player's uniform number.

The Upper Deck relic classic continues via UD Game Jersey cards with Patch parallels that have only 15 copies.

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Several of the inserts covered above also come as relics or autographs, such as Ceremonial Puck Drop Autographs (1:30,000 packs), Debut Dates Jersey (1:432 packs), Debut Dates Patch (#/25), Rookie Retrospective Jersey (1:432 packs), and Rookie Retrospective Patch (#/19).

Release Date: November 18, 2020
Product Configuration: 8 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Box Break Average

  • 6 Young Guns Rookie Cards
  • 4 UD Canvas
  • 6 Inserts (Debut Dates, NHL Worldwide, Predominant, Rookie Retrospective)
  • 4 UD Portraits Inserts
  • 1 Dazzlers Blue Insert

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Hobby Case Break Average

  • 1 Autograph
  • 4 Clear Cut Parallels
  • 6 UD Canvas Young Guns Rookies
  • 1 Clear Cut PETG Card

 

 

Set Checklist

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Checklist

Base Set Checklist

PARALLEL CARDS: French (1:30 Hobby/ePack), Clear Cut (1:96 Hobby), UD Exclusives #/100 (Hobby/ePack), High Gloss #/10 (Hobby/ePack).
UNANNOUNCED PARALLELS: Clear Cut UD Exclusives.
UD Exclusives and High Gloss come in English and French versions.

1 John Gibson - Anaheim Ducks
2 Danton Heinen - Anaheim Ducks
3 Hampus Lindholm - Anaheim Ducks
4 Josh Manson - Anaheim Ducks
5 Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
6 Jakob Silfverberg - Anaheim Ducks
7 Jakob Chychrun - Arizona Coyotes
8 Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
9 Conor Garland - Arizona Coyotes
10 Alex Goligoski - Arizona Coyotes
11 Phil Kessel - Arizona Coyotes
12 Darcy Kuemper - Arizona Coyotes
13 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
14 Brandon Carlo - Boston Bruins
15 Charlie Coyle - Boston Bruins
16 Charlie McAvoy - Boston Bruins
17 John Moore - Boston Bruins
18 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
19 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
20 Rasmus Dahlin - Buffalo Sabres
21 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
22 Carter Hutton - Buffalo Sabres
23 Marcus Johansson - Buffalo Sabres
24 Colin Miller - Buffalo Sabres
25 Rasmus Ristolainen - Buffalo Sabres
26 Mikael Backlund - Calgary Flames
27 Dillon Dube - Calgary Flames
28 Noah Hanifin - Calgary Flames
29 Elias Lindholm - Calgary Flames
30 David Rittich - Calgary Flames
31 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
32 Dougie Hamilton - Carolina Hurricanes
33 Petr Mrazek - Carolina Hurricanes
34 Martin Necas - Carolina Hurricanes
35 Brady Skjei - Carolina Hurricanes
36 Vincent Trocheck - Carolina Hurricanes
37 Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes
38 Kirby Dach - Chicago Blackhawks
39 Alex DeBrincat - Chicago Blackhawks
40 Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
41 Connor Murphy - Chicago Blackhawks
42 Brandon Saad - Chicago Blackhawks
43 Dylan Strome - Chicago Blackhawks
44 Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks
45 J.T. Compher - Colorado Avalanche
46 Joonas Donskoi - Colorado Avalanche
47 Samuel Girard - Colorado Avalanche
48 Philipp Grubauer - Colorado Avalanche
49 Nazem Kadri - Colorado Avalanche
50 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
51 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
52 Oliver Bjorkstrand - Columbus Blue Jackets
53 Nick Foligno - Columbus Blue Jackets
54 Boone Jenner - Columbus Blue Jackets
55 Elvis Merzlikins - Columbus Blue Jackets
56 Alexander Wennberg - Columbus Blue Jackets
57 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
58 Ben Bishop - Dallas Stars
59 John Klingberg - Dallas Stars
60 Esa Lindell - Dallas Stars
61 Joe Pavelski - Dallas Stars
62 Alexander Radulov - Dallas Stars
63 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
64 Justin Abdelkader - Detroit Red Wings
65 Jonathan Bernier - Detroit Red Wings
66 Filip Hronek - Detroit Red Wings
67 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
68 Frans Nielsen - Detroit Red Wings
69 Filip Zadina - Detroit Red Wings
70 Zack Kassian - Edmonton Oilers
71 Oscar Klefbom - Edmonton Oilers
72 Mikko Koskinen - Edmonton Oilers
73 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
74 James Neal - Edmonton Oilers
75 Darnell Nurse - Edmonton Oilers
76 Kailer Yamamoto - Edmonton Oilers
77 Noel Acciari - Florida Panthers
78 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
79 Sergei Bobrovsky - Florida Panthers
80 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
81 Keith Yandle - Florida Panthers
82 Frank Vatrano - Florida Panthers
83 Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
84 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
85 Alex Iafallo - Los Angeles Kings
86 Blake Lizotte - Los Angeles Kings
87 Adrian Kempe - Los Angeles Kings
88 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
89 Kevin Fiala - Minnesota Wild
90 Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
91 Mats Zuccarello - Minnesota Wild
92 Alex Stalock - Minnesota Wild
93 Jared Spurgeon - Minnesota Wild
94 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
95 Phillip Danault - Montreal Canadiens
96 Jonathan Drouin - Montreal Canadiens
97 Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens
98 Jeff Petry - Montreal Canadiens
99 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
100 Tomas Tatar - Montreal Canadiens
101 Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
102 Matt Duchene - Nashville Predators
103 Ryan Ellis - Nashville Predators
104 Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
105 Rocco Grimaldi - Nashville Predators
106 Calle Jarnkrok - Nashville Predators
107 Juuse Saros - Nashville Predators
108 Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils
109 Nikita Gusev - New Jersey Devils
110 Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils
111 P.K. Subban - New Jersey Devils
112 Miles Wood - New Jersey Devils
113 Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils
114 Jordan Eberle - New York Islanders
115 Nick Leddy - New York Islanders
116 Anders Lee - New York Islanders
117 Brock Nelson - New York Islanders
118 Jean-Gabriel Pageau - New York Islanders
119 Semyon Varlamov - New York Islanders
120 Tony DeAngelo - New York Rangers
121 Adam Fox - New York Rangers
122 Artemi Panarin - New York Rangers
123 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
124 Marc Staal - New York Rangers
125 Jacob Trouba - New York Rangers
126 Mika Zibanejad - New York Rangers
127 Artem Anisimov - Ottawa Senators
128 Connor Brown - Ottawa Senators
129 Bobby Ryan - Ottawa Senators
130 Mike Reilly - Ottawa Senators
131 Colin White - Ottawa Senators
132 Nikita Zaitsev - Ottawa Senators
133 Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers
134 Carter Hart - Philadelphia Flyers
135 Kevin Hayes - Philadelphia Flyers
136 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
137 Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
138 Travis Sanheim - Philadelphia Flyers
139 Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
140 Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
141 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
142 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
143 John Marino - Pittsburgh Penguins
144 Brandon Tanev - Pittsburgh Penguins
145 Jason Zucker - Pittsburgh Penguins
146 Erik Karlsson - San Jose Sharks
147 Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
148 Martin Jones - San Jose Sharks
149 Evander Kane - San Jose Sharks
150 Timo Meier - San Jose Sharks
151 Marc-Edouard Vlasic - San Jose Sharks
152 Jordan Binnington - St. Louis Blues
153 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
154 Ryan O'Reilly - St. Louis Blues
155 David Perron - St. Louis Blues
156 Zach Sanford - St. Louis Blues
157 Brayden Schenn - St. Louis Blues
158 Robert Thomas - St. Louis Blues
159 Blake Coleman - Tampa Bay Lightning
160 Yanni Gourde - Tampa Bay Lightning
161 Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning
162 Alex Killorn - Tampa Bay Lightning
163 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning
164 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
165 Zach Hyman - Toronto Maple Leafs
166 Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
167 Alex Kerfoot - Toronto Maple Leafs
168 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
169 William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
170 Morgan Rielly - Toronto Maple Leafs
171 John Tavares - Toronto Maple Leafs
172 Thatcher Demko - Vancouver Canucks
173 Brock Boeser - Vancouver Canucks
174 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
175 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
176 J.T. Miller - Vancouver Canucks
177 Tyler Myers - Vancouver Canucks
178 Tanner Pearson - Vancouver Canucks
179 William Karlsson - Vegas Golden Knights
180 Jonathan Marchessault - Vegas Golden Knights
181 Alec Martinez - Vegas Golden Knights
182 Nate Schmidt - Vegas Golden Knights
183 Reilly Smith - Vegas Golden Knights
184 Mark Stone - Vegas Golden Knights
185 Alex Tuch - Vegas Golden Knights
186 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
187 Nic Dowd - Washington Capitals
188 Lars Eller - Washington Capitals
189 Dmitry Orlov - Washington Capitals
190 T.J. Oshie - Washington Capitals
191 Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
192 Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals
193 Nikolaj Ehlers - Winnipeg Jets
194 Josh Morrissey - Winnipeg Jets
195 Mathieu Perreault - Winnipeg Jets
196 Neal Pionk - Winnipeg Jets
197 Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
198 Blake Wheeler - Winnipeg Jets
199 Nathan MacKinnon/Artemi Panarin CL
200 David Pastrnak/Alex Ovechkin CL

 

Base Street Clothes Image Variations Set Checklist

Unannounced. Let us know if you spot any others. Buy on eBay.

18 David Pastrnak - Suit
21 Jack Eichel - Suit
31 Matthew Tkachuk - Suit
38 Kirby Dach - Suit
51 Nathan MacKinnon - Suit
63 Tyler Seguin - Suit
67 Dylan Larkin - Suit
73 Connor McDavid - Suit
78 Aleksander Barkov - Suit
88 Anze Kopitar - Suit
99 Nick Suzuki - Suit
109 Nikita Gusev - Suit
122 Artemi Panarin - Suit
126 Mika Zibanejad - Suit
134 Carter Hart - Suit
139 Jake Guentzel - Shirt/Slacks
142 Evgeni Malkin - Suit
147 Tomas Hertl - Suit
152 Jordan Binnington - Suit
154 Ryan O'Reilly - Suit
161 Victor Hedman - Suit
164 Steven Stamkos - Suit
168 Mitch Marner - Suit
169 William Nylander - Suit
173 Brock Boeser - Suit
175 Quinn Hughes - Suit
184 Mark Stone - Suit
186 John Carlson - Suit
191 Alex Ovechkin - Suit
198 Blake Wheeler - Suit

 

Base Young Guns Rookies Set Checklist

Overall odds - 1:4 Hobby/ePack/Retail/Tin/Fat/Blaster; 1:50 Dollar.
PARALLEL CARDS: French (1:120 Hobby/ePack), Clear Cut (1:288 Hobby), Exclusives #/100 (Hobby/ePack), High Gloss #/10 (Hobby/ePack).
UNANNOUNCED PARALLELS: Clear Cut UD Exclusives.
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201 Alexis Lafreniere - New York Rangers
202 Reid Duke - Vegas Golden Knights
203 Alexander Alexeyev - Washington Capitals
204 Philip Broberg - Edmonton Oilers
205 Bowen Byram - Colorado Avalanche
206 Michael DiPietro - Vancouver Canucks
207 Joel Kiviranta - Dallas Stars
208 Joseph Woll - Toronto Maple Leafs
209 Josh Norris - Ottawa Senators
210 Morgan Geekie - Carolina Hurricanes
211 Vitek Vanecek - Washington Capitals
212 Lucas Carlsson - Chicago Blackhawks
213 Ty Dellandrea - Dallas Stars
214 Dylan Coghlan - Vegas Golden Knights
215 Gabe Vilardi - Los Angeles Kings
216 Pierre-Olivier Joseph - Pittsburgh Penguins
217 Martin Kaut - Colorado Avalanche
218 Tyler Benson - Edmonton Oilers
219 Egor Korshkov - Toronto Maple Leafs
220 Gustav Lindstrom - Detroit Red Wings
221 Victor Soderstrom - Arizona Coyotes
222 Olli Juolevi - Vancouver Canucks
223 Connor Ingram - Nashville Predators
224 Liam Foudy - Columbus Blue Jackets
225 Alexander True - San Jose Sharks
226 Nicolas Beaudin - Chicago Blackhawks
227 Thomas Harley - Dallas Stars
228 Jonas Johansson - Buffalo Sabres
229 Jansen Harkins - Winnipeg Jets
230 Alex Belzile - Montreal Canadiens
231 Ryan McLeod - Edmonton Oilers
232 Egor Zamula - Philadelphia Flyers
233 Mikey Anderson - Los Angeles Kings
234 Connor McMichael - Washington Capitals
235 Jason Robertson - Dallas Stars
236 Emil Larmi - Pittsburgh Penguins
237 Nick Robertson - Toronto Maple Leafs
238 Philipp Kurashev - Chicago Blackhawks
239 Peyton Krebs - Vegas Golden Knights
240 Shane Bowers - Colorado Avalanche
241 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
242 Mikhail Berdin - Winnipeg Jets
243 Vitali Kravtsov - New York Rangers
244 Artem Zagidulin - Calgary Flames
245 Kirill Ustimenko - Philadelphia Flyers
246 Jake Oettinger - Dallas Stars
247 Jake Evans - Montreal Canadiens
248 Timothy Liljegren - Toronto Maple Leafs
249 Pavel Francouz - Colorado Avalanche
250 Alexis Lafreniere/Vitali Kravtsov CL

 

Young Guns Jumbos Set Checklist

14 cards. 1 per Series 1 Young Guns Jumbo Blaster.

201 Alexis Lafreniere - New York Rangers
204 Philip Broberg - Edmonton Oilers
205 Bowen Byram - Colorado Avalanche
209 Josh Norris - Ottawa Senators
215 Gabe Vilardi - Los Angeles Kings
221 Victor Soderstrom - Arizona Coyotes
224 Liam Foudy - Columbus Blue Jackets
227 Thomas Harley - Dallas Stars
234 Connor McMichael - Washington Capitals
235 Jason Robertson - Dallas Stars
237 Nick Robertson - Toronto Maple Leafs
238 Philipp Kurashev - Chicago Blackhawks
239 Peyton Krebs - Vegas Golden Knights
243 Vitali Kravtsov - New York Rangers

 

2020 NHL Draft SPs Set Checklist

2 cards.
Base SP Odds - 1:12,960 Hobby/ePack; 1:32,400 Retail/Tin; 1:64,800 Blaster; 1:12,960 Fat Pack.
Variation SP Odds - 1:60,000 Hobby/ePack.

SP-1 Alexis Lafreniere
SP-1V Alexis Lafreniere - Variation

 

UD Canvas Set Checklist

90 cards.
Odds - 1:7 Hobby/ePack/Retail/Tin; 1:14 Blaster; 1:3.4 Fat Pack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Printing Plates 1/1 (Hobby/ePack).

C1 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
C2 Sam Steel - Anaheim Ducks
C3 Conor Garland - Arizona Coyotes
C4 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
C5 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
C6 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
C7 David Krejci - Boston Bruins
C8 Rasmus Dahlin - Buffalo Sabres
C9 Jeff Skinner - Buffalo Sabres
C10 Rasmus Ristolainen - Buffalo Sabres
C11 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
C12 Elias Lindholm - Calgary Flames
C13 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
C14 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
C15 Jaccob Slavin - Carolina Hurricanes
C16 Andrei Svechnikov - Carolina Hurricanes
C17 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
C18 Kirby Dach - Chicago Blackhawks
C19 Dominik Kubalik - Chicago Blackhawks
C20 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
C21 Andre Burakovsky - Colorado Avalanche
C22 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
C23 Seth Jones - Columbus Blue Jackets
C24 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
C25 Elvis Merzlikins - Columbus Blue Jackets
C26 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
C27 Ben Bishop - Dallas Stars
C28 Miro Heiskanen - Dallas Stars
C29 Filip Zadina - Detroit Red Wings
C30 Tyler Bertuzzi - Detroit Red Wings
C31 Jonathan Bernier - Detroit Red Wings
C32 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
C33 Kailer Yamamoto - Edmonton Oilers
C34 Zack Kassian - Edmonton Oilers
C35 Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
C36 Keith Yandle - Florida Panthers
C37 Dustin Brown - Los Angeles Kings
C38 Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
C39 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
C40 Eric Staal - Minnesota Wild
C41 Mats Zuccarello - Minnesota Wild
C42 Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
C43 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
C44 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
C45 Phillip Danault - Montreal Canadiens
C46 Ryan Johansen - Nashville Predators
C47 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
C48 Matt Duchene - Nashville Predators
C49 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
C50 Nikita Gusev - New Jersey Devils
C51 Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
C52 Jean-Gabriel Pageau - New York Islanders
C53 Josh Bailey - New York Islanders
C54 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
C55 Pavel Buchnevich - New York Rangers
C56 Mika Zibanejad - New York Rangers
C57 Chris Kreider - New York Rangers
C58 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
C59 Brady Tkachuk - Ottawa Senators
C60 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
C61 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
C62 James van Riemsdyk - Philadelphia Flyers
C63 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
C64 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
C65 Bryan Rust - Pittsburgh Penguins
C66 Erik Karlsson - San Jose Sharks
C67 Evander Kane - San Jose Sharks
C68 Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
C69 Ryan O'Reilly - St. Louis Blues
C70 Colton Parayko - St. Louis Blues
C71 Jaden Schwartz - St. Louis Blues
C72 Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
C73 Brayden Point - Tampa Bay Lightning
C74 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
C75 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
C76 Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs
C77 Morgan Rielly - Toronto Maple Leafs
C78 Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
C79 Elias Pettersson - Vancouver Canucks
C80 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
C81 Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights
C82 Jonathan Marchessault - Vegas Golden Knights
C83 Max Pacioretty - Vegas Golden Knights
C84 Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
C85 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
C86 Jakub Vrana - Washington Capitals
C87 Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
C88 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
C89 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
C90 Elias Pettersson/Quinn Hughes CL

 

UD Canvas Young Guns Set Checklist

30 cards.
Odds - 1:48 Hobby/ePack/Retail/Tin; 1:96 Blaster; 1:24 Fat Pack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Printing Plates 1/1 (Hobby/ePack).

C91 Alexis Lafreniere - New York Rangers
C92 Jason Robertson - Dallas Stars
C93 Morgan Geekie - Carolina Hurricanes
C94 Gabe Vilardi - Los Angeles Kings
C95 Philip Broberg - Edmonton Oilers
C96 Pavel Francouz - Colorado Avalanche
C97 Vitali Kravtsov - New York Rangers
C98 Jake Oettinger - Dallas Stars
C99 Nicolas Beaudin - Chicago Blackhawks
C100 Liam Foudy - Columbus Blue Jackets
C101 Pierre-Olivier Joseph - Pittsburgh Penguins
C102 Michael DiPietro - Vancouver Canucks
C103 Victor Soderstrom - Arizona Coyotes
C104 Timothy Liljegren - Toronto Maple Leafs
C105 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
C106 Ty Dellandrea - Dallas Stars
C107 Connor McMichael - Washington Capitals
C108 Bowen Byram - Colorado Avalanche
C109 Olli Juolevi - Vancouver Canucks
C110 Egor Zamula - Philadelphia Flyers
C111 Josh Norris - Ottawa Senators
C112 Peyton Krebs - Vegas Golden Knights
C113 Tyler Benson - Edmonton Oilers
C114 Mikhail Berdin - Winnipeg Jets
C115 Philipp Kurashev - Chicago Blackhawks
C116 Alexander Alexeyev - Washington Capitals
C117 Mikey Anderson - Los Angeles Kings
C118 Nick Robertson - Toronto Maple Leafs
C119 Thomas Harley - Dallas Stars
C120 Jason Robertson/Nick Robertson CL

 

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Autograph Checklist

Ceremonial Puck Drop Autographs Set Checklist

3 cards.
Overall odds - 1:30,000 Hobby/ePack.

CPD-1 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
CPD-6 Dominik Hasek - Buffalo Sabres
CPD-8 Bianca Andreescu - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

Signature Sensations Set Checklist

46 cards.
Overall odds - 1:276 Hobby/ePack.

SS-AG Adam Gaudette - Vancouver Canucks
SS-AJ Andreas Johnsson - Toronto Maple Leafs
SS-AM Alec Martinez - Vegas Golden Knights
SS-AR Zach Aston-Reese - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-AT Alex Tuch - Vegas Golden Knights
SS-AV Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
SS-BG Brendan Gallagher - Montreal Canadiens
SS-CA Craig Anderson - Ottawa Senators
SS-CD Chris Driedger - Florida Panthers
SS-CK Chris Kreider - New York Rangers
SS-CM Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
SS-DG Denis Gurianov - Dallas Stars
SS-DH Darren Helm - Detroit Red Wings
SS-DK Dominik Kahun - Buffalo Sabres
SS-DO Dmitry Orlov - Washington Capitals
SS-GI Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
SS-GR Andy Greene - New York Islanders
SS-JG Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-JL Johan Larsson - Buffalo Sabres
SS-JM John Marino - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-JS Jaccob Slavin - Carolina Hurricanes
SS-JT Jordan Staal - Carolina Hurricanes
SS-JV James van Riemsdyk - Philadelphia Flyers
SS-JW Jordan Weal - Montreal Canadiens
SS-KK Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
SS-KL Kevin Labanc - San Jose Sharks
SS-MD Matt Dumba - Minnesota Wild
SS-MF Morgan Frost - Philadelphia Flyers
SS-MG Mikael Granlund - Nashville Predators
SS-MJ Martin Jones - San Jose Sharks
SS-MS Mikhail Sergachev - Tampa Bay Lightning
SS-NH Niklas Hjalmarsson - Arizona Coyotes
SS-PM Petr Mrazek - Carolina Hurricanes
SS-PZ Pavel Zacha - New Jersey Devils
SS-RB Rudolfs Balcers - Ottawa Senators
SS-RF Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
SS-RH Roope Hintz - Dallas Stars
SS-RL Ryan Lindgren - New York Rangers
SS-RS Ryan Suter - Minnesota Wild
SS-SS Sam Steel - Anaheim Ducks
SS-ST Riley Stillman - Florida Panthers
SS-TB Teddy Blueger - Pittsburgh Penguins
SS-TD Thatcher Demko - Vancouver Canucks
SS-TJ Tyler Johnson - Tampa Bay Lightning
SS-WK William Karlsson - Vegas Golden Knights
SS-YG Yanni Gourde - Tampa Bay Lightning

 

UD Canvas Autographs Set Checklist

Unannounced. Let us know if you spot any others.

CA-CH Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets #/37
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2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Memorabilia Checklist

 

Debut Dates Jersey Relics Set Checklist

20 cards.
Overall odds - 1:432 Hobby/ePack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/25.

DD-1 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
DD-2 Adam Fox - New York Rangers
DD-3 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
DD-4 Cayden Primeau - Montreal Canadiens
DD-5 Kirby Dach - Chicago Blackhawks
DD-6 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
DD-7 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
DD-8 Mario Ferraro - San Jose Sharks
DD-9 Elvis Merzlikins - Columbus Blue Jackets
DD-10 Joel Farabee - Philadelphia Flyers
DD-11 Ilya Mikheyev - Toronto Maple Leafs
DD-12 Dominik Kubalik - Chicago Blackhawks
DD-13 Noah Dobson - New York Islanders
DD-14 Cody Glass - Vegas Golden Knights
DD-15 Nikita Gusev - New Jersey Devils
DD-16 Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals
DD-17 Kaapo Kakko - New York Rangers
DD-18 Morgan Frost - Philadelphia Flyers
DD-19 Adam Boqvist - Chicago Blackhawks
DD-20 John Marino - Pittsburgh Penguins

 

Rookie Retrospective Jersey Relics Set Checklist

20 cards.
Overall odds - 1:432 Hobby/ePack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Patch #/19.

RR-1 Dominik Kubalik - Chicago Blackhawks
RR-2 Victor Olofsson - Buffalo Sabres
RR-3 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
RR-4 Kaapo Kakko - New York Rangers
RR-5 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
RR-6 Joel Farabee - Philadelphia Flyers
RR-7 Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals
RR-8 Mackenzie Blackwood - New Jersey Devils
RR-9 Elvis Merzlikins - Winnipeg Jets
RR-10 Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
RR-11 Adam Fox - New York Rangers
RR-12 Martin Necas - Carolina Hurricanes
RR-13 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
RR-14 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
RR-15 Kirby Dach - Chicago Blackhawks

 

UD Game Jersey Set Checklist

96 cards.
Overall odds - 1:36 Hobby/ePack; 1:24 Retail; 1:240 Blaster; 1:75 Tin.

GJ-AA Artem Anisimov - Ottawa Senators
GJ-AB Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
GJ-AE Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
GJ-AH Adam Henrique - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-AK Adrian Kempe - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-AL Anders Lee - New York Islanders
GJ-AM Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings
GJ-AN Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-AR Alexander Radulov - Dallas Stars
GJ-AV Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
GJ-BB Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
GJ-BC Brett Connolly - Florida Panthers
GJ-BH Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
GJ-BN Brock Nelson - New York Islanders
GJ-BS Brayden Schenn - St. Louis Blues
GJ-CD Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-CF Cam Fowler - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-CH Carter Hutton - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-CO Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
GJ-CW Colin White - Ottawa Senators
GJ-DK Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
GJ-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
GJ-DN Darnell Nurse - Edmonton Oilers
GJ-DO Max Domi - Montreal Canadiens
GJ-DP David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
GJ-DS Derek Stepan - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-EB Jordan Eberle - New York Islanders
GJ-EK Evander Kane - San Jose Sharks
GJ-EL Elias Lindholm - Calgary Flames
GJ-FA Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs
GJ-FF Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
GJ-GL Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
GJ-GN Gustav Nyquist - Columbus Blue Jackets
GJ-GU Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
GJ-HE Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
GJ-HO Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
GJ-IP Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-JA Justin Abdelkader - Detroit Red Wings
GJ-JB Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
GJ-JC Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-JE Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
GJ-JG Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
GJ-JH Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
GJ-JM J.T. Miller - Vancouver Canucks
GJ-JQ Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-JS Jeff Skinner - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-JT Jacob Trouba - New York Rangers
GJ-KC Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-KH Kevin Hayes - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-KK Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
GJ-KL Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
GJ-KO Kyle Okposo - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-KP Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils
GJ-KT Kyle Turris - Nashville Predators
GJ-KU Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
GJ-KY Keith Yandle - Florida Panthers
GJ-LD Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
GJ-MA Jonathan Marchessault - Vegas Golden Knights
GJ-MD Matt Dumba - Minnesota Wild
GJ-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
GJ-MS Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-MT Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
GJ-NB Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
GJ-NH Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
GJ-NK Nazem Kadri - Colorado Avalanche
GJ-OE Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-PB Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
GJ-PH Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
GJ-PK Phil Kessel - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-PL Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-PR Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
GJ-RD Rasmus Dahlin - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-RF Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
GJ-RJ Ryan Johansen - Nashville Predators
GJ-RN Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
GJ-RR Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-RT Robert Thomas - St. Louis Blues
GJ-SA Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
GJ-SC Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-SS Sam Steel - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-ST Dylan Strome - Chicago Blackhawks
GJ-SW Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
GJ-TH Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
GJ-TK Torey Krug - Boston Bruins
GJ-TR Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
GJ-TT Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes
GJ-VA Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
GJ-VH Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning
GJ-VT Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
GJ-WB Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils
GJ-WK William Karlsson - Vegas Golden Knights
GJ-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
GJ-ZP Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
GJ-ZW Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets

 

UD Game Patch Set Checklist

98 cards. Serial numbered #/15. Hobby/ePack.

GJ-AA Artem Anisimov - Ottawa Senators
GJ-AB Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
GJ-AE Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
GJ-AH Adam Henrique - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-AK Adrian Kempe - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-AL Anders Lee - New York Islanders
GJ-AM Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings
GJ-AR Alexander Radulov - Dallas Stars
GJ-AV Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
GJ-BB Brent Burns - San Jose Sharks
GJ-BC Brett Connolly - Florida Panthers
GJ-BH Bo Horvat - Vancouver Canucks
GJ-BN Brock Nelson - New York Islanders
GJ-BS Brayden Schenn - St. Louis Blues
GJ-CD Christian Dvorak - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-CF Cam Fowler - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-CH Carter Hutton - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-CK Chris Kreider - New York Rangers
GJ-CP Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
GJ-CW Colin White - Ottawa Senators
GJ-DK Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks
GJ-DL Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
GJ-DN Darnell Nurse - Edmonton Oilers
GJ-DO Max Domi - Montreal Canadiens
GJ-DP David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
GJ-DS Derek Stepan - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-EB Jordan Eberle - New York Islanders
GJ-EK Evander Kane - San Jose Sharks
GJ-EL Elias Lindholm - Calgary Flames
GJ-FA Frederik Andersen - Toronto Maple Leafs
GJ-FF Filip Forsberg - Nashville Predators
GJ-JG Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
GJ-GL Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
GJ-GN Gustav Nyquist - Columbus Blue Jackets
GJ-CO Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-HO Braden Holtby - Washington Capitals
GJ-IP Ivan Provorov - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-JA Justin Abdelkader - Detroit Red Wings
GJ-JB Jamie Benn - Dallas Stars
GJ-JC Jeff Carter - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-JE Joel Eriksson Ek - Minnesota Wild
GJ-GU Jake Guentzel - Pittsburgh Penguins
GJ-JH Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
GJ-JM J.T. Miller - Vancouver Canucks
GJ-JQ Jonathan Quick - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-JS Jeff Skinner - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-JT Jacob Trouba - New York Rangers
GJ-KC Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-KH Kevin Hayes - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-KK Kasperi Kapanen - Toronto Maple Leafs
GJ-KL Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
GJ-AN Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
GJ-KP Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils
GJ-KT Kyle Turris - Nashville Predators
GJ-KU Evgeny Kuznetsov - Washington Capitals
GJ-KY Keith Yandle - Florida Panthers
GJ-LD Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
GJ-MA Jonathan Marchessault - Vegas Golden Knights
GJ-MD Matt Dumba - Minnesota Wild
GJ-MR Mikko Rantanen - Colorado Avalanche
GJ-MS Mark Scheifele - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-MT Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
GJ-NB Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
GJ-NH Nico Hischier - New Jersey Devils
GJ-NK Nazem Kadri - Colorado Avalanche
GJ-OE Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-KO Kyle Okposo - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-OP Ondrej Palat - Tampa Bay Lightning
GJ-PB Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
GJ-PH Patric Hornqvist - Pittsburgh Penguins
GJ-PK Phil Kessel - Arizona Coyotes
GJ-PL Patrik Laine - Winnipeg Jets
GJ-PR Pekka Rinne - Nashville Predators
GJ-RD Rasmus Dahlin - Buffalo Sabres
GJ-RF Radek Faksa - Dallas Stars
GJ-RJ Ryan Johansen - Nashville Predators
GJ-RN Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - Edmonton Oilers
GJ-RR Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-RT Robert Thomas - St. Louis Blues
GJ-SA Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
GJ-SC Sean Couturier - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-SS Sam Steel - Anaheim Ducks
GJ-ST Dylan Strome - Chicago Blackhawks
GJ-SW Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
GJ-TH Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
GJ-TK Torey Krug - Boston Bruins
GJ-HE Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
GJ-TR Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
GJ-TS Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
GJ-TT Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes
GJ-VA Viktor Arvidsson - Nashville Predators
GJ-VH Victor Hedman - Tampa Bay Lightning
GJ-VT Vladimir Tarasenko - St. Louis Blues
GJ-WB Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils
GJ-WK William Karlsson - Vegas Golden Knights
GJ-WN William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs
GJ-ZP Zach Parise - Minnesota Wild
GJ-ZW Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets

 

2020-21 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey Insert Checklist

 

1994-95 Rookie Tribute Die Cuts Set Checklist

10 cards. 1:4 Black Friday Blaster Packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Red (1:33 BF).

RDT-1 Jason Robertson - Dallas Stars
RDT-2 Morgan Geekie - Carolina Hurricanes
RDT-3 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
RDT-4 Gabe Vilardi - Los Angeles Kings
RDT-5 Nicolas Beaudin - Chicago Blackhawks
RDT-6 Maxim Letunov - San Jose Sharks
RDT-7 Josh Norris - Ottawa Senators
RDT-8 Mikey Anderson - Los Angeles Kings
RDT-9 Timothy Liljegren - Toronto Maple Leafs
RDT-10 Tyler Benson - Edmonton Oilers

 

Ceremonial Puck Drop Set Checklist

8 cards.
Overall odds - 1:2,880 Hobby/ePack; 1:7,200 Retail; 1:14,400 Blaster; 1:5,000 Tin/Fat Pack.

CPD-1 Henrik Zetterberg - Detroit Red Wings
CPD-2 Teemu Selanne - Winnipeg Jets
CPD-3 Bernie Federko/Al MacInnis/Brett Hull - Blues
CPD-4 Chris Phillips - Ottawa Senators
CPD-5 Markus Naslund - Vancouver Canucks
CPD-6 Dominik Hasek - Buffalo Sabres
CPD-7 Guy Carbonneau - Montreal Canadiens
CPD-8 Bianca Andreescu - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

Clear Cut Foundation Duos Set Checklist

31 cards.
Overall odds - 1:288 Hobby/ePack.

CCF-BE Aaron Ekblad/Sergei Bobrovsky - Panthers
CCF-BH Jack Hughes/Nico Hischier - Devils
CCF-CV John Carlson/Jakub Vrana - Capitals
CCF-DJ Matt Duchene/Roman Josi - Predators
CCF-DK Dominik Kubalik/Kirby Dach - Blackhawks
CCF-DO Victor Olofsson/Rasmus Dahlin - Sabres
CCF-DT Brady Tkachuk/Anthony Duclair - Senators
CCF-HC Connor Hellebuyck/Kyle Connor - Jets
CCF-HP Quinn Hughes/Elias Pettersson - Canucks
CCF-KC Erik Karlsson/Logan Couture - Sharks
CCF-KH Travis Konecny/Carter Hart - Flyers
CCF-KI Alex Iafallo/Anze Kopitar - Kings
CCF-KP Brayden Point/Nikita Kucherov - Lightning
CCF-KS Nick Schmaltz/Darcy Kuemper - Coyotes
CCF-MB Tyler Bertuzzi/Anthony Mantha - Red Wings
CCF-ML Elias Lindholm/Sean Monahan - Flames
CCF-MM Cale Makar/Nathan MacKinnon - Avalanche
CCF-MP David Pastrnak/Brad Marchand - Bruins
CCF-ND Leon Draisaitl/Darnell Nurse - Oilers
CCF-NM Mitch Marner/William Nylander - Maple Leafs
CCF-NP Jean-Gabriel Pageau/Brock Nelson - Islanders
CCF-NW Zach Werenski/Gustav Nyquist - Blue Jackets
CCF-OB Jordan Binnington/Ryan O'Reilly - Blues
CCF-PH Miro Heiskanen/Joe Pavelski - Stars
CCF-PS Artemi Panarin/Igor Shesterkin - Rangers
CCF-SG John Gibson/Jakob Silfverberg - Ducks
CCF-ST Tomas Tatar/Nick Suzuki - Canadiens
CCF-TK William Karlsson/Theodore - Golden Knights
CCF-TS Teuvo Teravainen/Svechnikov - Hurricanes
CCF-ZF Kevin Fiala/Mats Zuccarello - Wild
CCF-ZG Jason Zucker/Jake Guentzel - Penguins

 

Clear Cut Leaders Trios Set Checklist

6 cards.
Overall odds - 1:4,000 Hobby/ePack.

 

CCL-GAA Tuukka Rask/Jake Allen/Anton Khudobin - Bruins/Blues/Stars
CCL-GLS David Pastrnak/Alex Ovechkin/Auston Matthews - Bruins/Capitals/Maple Leafs
CCL-GWG David Pastrnak/Leon Draisaitl/Jack Eichel - Bruins/Oilers/Sabres
CCL-RPT Quinn Hughes/Cale Makar/Dominik Kubalik - Canucks/Avalanche/Blackhawks
CCL-SOG Nathan MacKinnon/Alex Ovechkin/Max Pacioretty - Avalanche/Capitals/Golden Knights
CCL-WIN Andrei Vasilevskiy/Connor Hellebuyck/Jordan Binnington - Lightning/Jets/Blues

 

Clear Cut Honoured Members Update Set Checklist

9 cards. Serial numbered #/100. Hobby/ePack.

HOF-93 Michel Goulet - Quebec Nordiques
HOF-94 Willie O'Ree - Boston Bruins
HOF-95 Al MacInnis - Calgary Flames
HOF-96 Frank Mahovlich - Toronto Maple Leafs
HOF-97 Bernie Parent - Philadelphia Flyers
HOF-98 Jacques Plante - Montreal Canadiens
HOF-99 Ed Giacomin - New York Rangers
HOF-100 Chris Pronger - St. Louis Blues
HOF-101 Joe Mullen - Calgary Flames

 

Cup Components Set Checklist

23 cards.
Overall odds - 1:900 Hobby/ePack.

CCP-BH Tim Horton/Bob Baun - Maple Leafs
CCP-BT Alex Tanguay/Rob Blake - Avalanche
CCP-CL Paul Coffey/Kevin Lowe - Oilers
CCP-CM Pete Mahovlich/Yvan Cournoyer - Canadiens
CCP-CN Guy Carbonneau/Mats Naslund - Canadiens
CCP-GK Anze Kopitar/Marian Gaborik - Kings
CCP-GL Claude Lemieux/Scott Gomez - Devils
CCP-GT Butch Goring/John Tonelli - Islanders
CCP-HB Nicklas Backstrom/Braden Holtby - Capitals
CCP-HH Glenn Hall/Bobby Hull - Blackhawks
CCP-HR Brett Hull/Luc Robitaille - Red Wings
CCP-KT Jonathan Toews/Duncan Keith - Blackhawks
CCP-LA Ted Lindsay/Sid Abel - Red Wings
CCP-LM Matt Murray/Kris Letang - Penguins
CCP-MF Joe Mullen/Theoren Fleury - Flames
CCP-MR Mike Richter/Mark Messier - Rangers
CCP-NS Bob Nystrom/Billy Smith - Islanders
CCP-OB Ryan O'Reilly/Jordan Binnington - Blues
CCP-RT Bill Ranford/Esa Tikkanen - Oilers
CCP-SG Teemu Selanne/Jean-Sebastien Giguere - Ducks
CCP-SK Dave Schultz/Bob Kelly - Flyers
CCP-SS Serge Savard/Steve Shutt - Canadiens
CCP-SW Eric Staal/Cam Ward - Hurricanes

 

Day with The Cup Tribute Set Checklist

12 cards.
Overfall odds - 1:2,880 Hobby/ePack; 1:7,200 Retail; 1:14,400 Blaster; 1:5,000 Tin/Fat Pack.

DCF-1 Wayne Gretzky - Edmonton Oilers
DCF-2 Paul Coffey - Edmonton Oilers
DCF-3 Kevin Lowe - Edmonton Oilers
DCF-4 Mark Messier - Edmonton Oilers
DCF-5 Jari Kurri - Edmonton Oilers
DCF-6 Grant Fuhr - Edmonton Oilers
DCF-7 Steve Larmer - New York Rangers
DCF-8 Adam Graves - New York Rangers
DCF-9 Brian Leetch - New York Rangers
DCF-10 Esa Tikkanen - New York Rangers
DCF-11 Mark Messier - New York Rangers
DCF-12 Mike Richter - New York Rangers

 

Dazzlers Set Checklist

50 cards.
Overall odds - 1:24 Hobby/ePack/Retail/Black Friday.
GREEN PARALLELS: 1:7 Mass/Target/Wal-Mart Blaster.
ORANGE PARALLELS: 1:10 Fat Pack/Tin.
PINK PARALLELS: 1:144 Hobby/ePack/Retail/Black Friday.

DZ-1 Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks
DZ-2 Nick Schmaltz - Arizona Coyotes
DZ-3 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
DZ-4 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
DZ-5 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
DZ-6 Rasmus Dahlin - Buffalo Sabres
DZ-7 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
DZ-8 Johnny Gaudreau - Calgary Flames
DZ-9 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
DZ-10 Andrei Svechnikov - Carolina Hurricanes
DZ-11 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
DZ-12 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
DZ-13 Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
DZ-14 Zach Werenski - Columbus Blue Jackets
DZ-15 Tyler Seguin - Dallas Stars
DZ-16 Ben Bishop - Dallas Stars
DZ-17 Dylan Larkin - Detroit Red Wings
DZ-18 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
DZ-19 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
DZ-20 Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
DZ-21 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
DZ-22 Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings
DZ-23 Kevin Fiala - Minnesota Wild
DZ-24 Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens
DZ-25 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
DZ-26 Matt Duchene - Nashville Predators
DZ-27 Mackenzie Blackwood - New Jersey Devils
DZ-28 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders
DZ-29 Artemi Panarin - New York Rangers
DZ-30 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
DZ-31 Brady Tkachuk - Ottawa Senators
DZ-32 Carter Hart - Philadelphia Flyers
DZ-33 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
DZ-34 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
DZ-35 Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
DZ-36 Jordan Binnington - St. Louis Blues
DZ-37 Ryan O'Reilly - St. Louis Blues
DZ-38 Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning
DZ-39 Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
DZ-40 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
DZ-41 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
DZ-42 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
DZ-43 Elias Pettersson - Vancouver Canucks
DZ-44 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
DZ-45 Mark Stone - Vegas Golden Knights
DZ-46 Max Pacioretty - Vegas Golden Knights
DZ-47 Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
DZ-48 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
DZ-49 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
DZ-50 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets

 

Debut Dates Set Checklist

20 cards.
Overall odds - 1:20 Hobby/ePack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Printing Plates 1/1.

DD-1 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
DD-2 Adam Fox - New York Rangers
DD-3 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
DD-4 Cayden Primeau - Montreal Canadiens
DD-5 Kirby Dach - Chicago Blackhawks
DD-6 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
DD-7 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
DD-8 Mario Ferraro - San Jose Sharks
DD-9 Elvis Merzlikins - Columbus Blue Jackets
DD-10 Joel Farabee - Philadelphia Flyers
DD-11 Ilya Mikheyev - Toronto Maple Leafs
DD-12 Dominik Kubalik - Chicago Blackhawks
DD-13 Noah Dobson - New York Islanders
DD-14 Cody Glass - Vegas Golden Knights
DD-15 Nikita Gusev - New Jersey Devils
DD-16 Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals
DD-17 Kaapo Kakko - New York Rangers
DD-18 Morgan Frost - Philadelphia Flyers
DD-19 Adam Boqvist - Chicago Blackhawks
DD-20 John Marino - Pittsburgh Penguins

 

Fanimation Set Checklist

Unannounced. Let us know if you spot any others. Buy on eBay.

F-1 Colin White - Ottawa Senators
F-2 TBD
F-3 Shea Weber - Montreal Canadiens
F-4 TBD
F-5 Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
F-6 Anthony Mantha - Detroit Red Wings
F-7 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
F-8 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
F-9 Phil Kessel - Arizona Coyotes
F-10 Mark Giordano - Calgary Flames
F-11 Gabriel Landeskog - Colorado Avalanche
F-12 Eric Staal - Minnesota Wild
F-13 TBD
F-14 Aaron Ekblad - Florida Panthers
F-15 Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins
F-16 John Carlson - Washington Capitals

 

NHL Worldwide Set Checklist

30 cards.
Overall odds - 1:13 Hobby/ePack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Die-Cut (1:270), Printing Plates 1/1.

WW-1 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
WW-2 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
WW-3 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
WW-4 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
WW-5 Elias Pettersson - Vancouver Canucks
WW-6 Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
WW-7 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
WW-8 Jakub Voracek - Philadelphia Flyers
WW-9 Teuvo Teravainen - Carolina Hurricanes
WW-10 Nicklas Backstrom - Washington Capitals
WW-11 Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins
WW-12 Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights
WW-13 Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins
WW-14 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
WW-15 Tomas Hertl - San Jose Sharks
WW-16 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
WW-17 Philipp Grubauer - Colorado Avalanche
WW-18 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
WW-19 Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Arizona Coyotes
WW-20 Mats Zuccarello - Minnesota Wild
WW-21 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
WW-22 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
WW-23 Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers
WW-24 Elvis Merzlikins - Columbus Blue Jackets
WW-25 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
WW-26 Artemi Panarin - New York Rangers
WW-27 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
WW-28 Tomas Tatar - Montreal Canadiens
WW-29 Brad Marchand - Boston Bruins
WW-30 Ben Bishop - Dallas Stars

 

OPC Glossy Rookies Set Checklist

10 cards. 1:6 Tin Packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Bronze (1:11), Gold (1:33).

R-1 Gabe Vilardi - Los Angeles Kings
R-2 Jason Robertson - Dallas Stars
R-3 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
R-4 Liam Foudy - Columbus Blue Jackets
R-5 Tyler Benson - Edmonton Oilers
R-6 Morgan Geekie - Carolina Hurricanes
R-7 Martin Kaut - Colorado Avalanche
R-8 Josh Norris - Ottawa Senators
R-9 Jake Evans - Montreal Canadiens
R-10 Nicolas Beaudin - Chicago Blackhawks

 

Portraits Set Checklist

50 cards.
Overall odds - 1:6 Hobby/ePack/Retail/Tin/Fat Pack; 1:12 Blaster.
VETERAN PARALLELS (Hobby/ePack): Gold Foil #/25, Blue Foil #/5, Printing Plates 1/1.
ROOKIE PARALLELS (Hobby/ePack): Gold Foil #/99, Blue Foil #/25, Printing Plates 1/1.

Veterans
P-1 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
P-2 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
P-3 Connor Hellebuyck - Winnipeg Jets
P-4 Patrice Bergeron - Boston Bruins
P-5 Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
P-6 Thomas Chabot - Ottawa Senators
P-7 Tyler Bertuzzi - Detroit Red Wings
P-8 Ryan O'Reilly - St. Louis Blues
P-9 Mika Zibanejad - New York Rangers
P-10 Andrei Vasilevskiy - Tampa Bay Lightning
P-11 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
P-12 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
P-13 Travis Konecny - Philadelphia Flyers
P-14 Max Pacioretty - Vegas Golden Knights
P-15 Max Domi - Montreal Canadiens
P-16 Elias Pettersson - Vancouver Canucks
P-17 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
P-18 Mats Zuccarello - Minnesota Wild
P-19 Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
P-20 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
P-21 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
P-22 Darcy Kuemper - Arizona Coyotes
P-23 Marc-Andre Fleury - Vegas Golden Knights
P-24 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
P-25 Brock Nelson - New York Islanders
P-26 Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks
P-27 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
P-28 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-29 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
P-30 Ben Bishop - Dallas Stars
P-31 Ryan Getzlaf - Anaheim Ducks
P-32 Pierre-Luc Dubois - Columbus Blue Jackets
P-33 Mitch Marner - Toronto Maple Leafs
P-34 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
P-35 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
P-36 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
P-37 Aleksander Barkov - Florida Panthers
P-38 Brayden Schenn - St. Louis Blues
P-39 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
P-40 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
Rookies
P-41 Gabe Vilardi - Los Angeles Kings
P-42 Kieffer Bellows - New York Islanders
P-43 Jason Robertson - Dallas Stars
P-44 Jake Evans - Montreal Canadiens
P-45 Martin Kaut - Colorado Avalanche
P-46 Tyler Benson - Edmonton Oilers
P-47 Josh Norris - Ottawa Senators
P-48 Liam Foudy - Columbus Blue Jackets
P-49 Nicolas Beaudin - Chicago Blackhawks
P-50 Timothy Liljegren - Toronto Maple Leafs

 

Predominant Set Checklist

35 cards.
Overall odds - 1:11 Hobby/ePack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold (1:260), Printing Plates 1/1.

PR-1 David Pastrnak - Boston Bruins
PR-2 Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals
PR-3 Connor McDavid - Edmonton Oilers
PR-4 Brady Tkachuk - Ottawa Senators
PR-5 Sebastian Aho - Carolina Hurricanes
PR-6 Nikita Kucherov - Tampa Bay Lightning
PR-7 Tyler Bertuzzi - Detroit Red Wings
PR-8 Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins
PR-9 Darcy Kuemper - Arizona Coyotes
PR-10 Kyle Palmieri - New Jersey Devils
PR-11 Tomas Tatar - Montreal Canadiens
PR-12 Elias Pettersson - Vancouver Canucks
PR-13 Matthew Tkachuk - Calgary Flames
PR-14 Joe Thornton - San Jose Sharks
PR-15 Drew Doughty - Los Angeles Kings
PR-16 Tuukka Rask - Boston Bruins
PR-17 Nathan MacKinnon - Colorado Avalanche
PR-18 Artemi Panarin - New York Rangers
PR-19 Eric Staal - Minnesota Wild
PR-20 Carter Hart - Philadelphia Flyers
PR-21 John Gibson - Anaheim Ducks
PR-22 Roman Josi - Nashville Predators
PR-23 Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers
PR-24 Ben Bishop - Dallas Stars
PR-25 Mark Stone - Vegas Golden Knights
PR-26 Leon Draisaitl - Edmonton Oilers
PR-27 Auston Matthews - Toronto Maple Leafs
PR-28 Jack Eichel - Buffalo Sabres
PR-29 Jordan Binnington - St. Louis Blues
PR-30 Seth Jones - Columbus Blue Jackets
PR-31 Kyle Connor - Winnipeg Jets
PR-32 Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks
PR-33 John Carlson - Washington Capitals
PR-34 Jonathan Huberdeau - Florida Panthers
PR-35 Mathew Barzal - New York Islanders

 

Rookie Retrospective Set Checklist

15 cards.
Overall odds - 1:27 Hobby/ePack.
PARALLEL CARDS: Printing Plates 1/1.

RR-1 Dominik Kubalik - Chicago Blackhawks
RR-2 Victor Olofsson - Buffalo Sabres
RR-3 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
RR-4 Kaapo Kakko - New York Rangers
RR-5 Nick Suzuki - Montreal Canadiens
RR-6 Joel Farabee - Philadelphia Flyers
RR-7 Ilya Samsonov - Washington Capitals
RR-8 Mackenzie Blackwood - New Jersey Devils
RR-9 Elvis Merzlikins - Winnipeg Jets
RR-10 Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
RR-11 Adam Fox - New York Rangers
RR-12 Martin Necas - Carolina Hurricanes
RR-13 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
RR-14 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
RR-15 Kirby Dach - Chicago Blackhawks

 

Sophomore Sensations Set Checklist

6 cards. 1 per Starter box.

SO-1 Quinn Hughes - Vancouver Canucks
SO-2 Dominik Kubalik - Chicago Blackhawks
SO-3 Igor Shesterkin - New York Rangers
SO-4 Jack Hughes - New Jersey Devils
SO-5 Cale Makar - Colorado Avalanche
SO-6 Victor Olofsson - Buffalo Sabres

 

Team Triples Set Checklist

21 cards. 1:5 Target Mega Blaster Packs.
PARALLEL CARDS: Gold (1:27).

 

TT-C1 Dillon Dube/Rasmus Andersson/Matthew Tkachuk - Flames
TT-C2 Johnny Gaudreau/Sean Monahan/Elias Lindholm - Flames
TT-E1 Kailer Yamamoto/Ethan Bear/Tyler Benson - Oilers
TT-E2 Leon Draisaitl/Ryan Nugent-Hopkins/Darnell Nurse - Oilers
TT-M1 Nick Suzuki/Cayden Primeau/Jesperi Kotkaniemi - Canadiens
TT-M2 Carey Price/Tomas Tatar/Shea Weber - Canadiens
TT-O1 Brady Tkachuk/Josh Norris/Erik Brannstrom - Senators
TT-O2 Anthony Duclair/Colin White/Thomas Chabot - Senators
TT-R1 Quinn Hughes/Mitch Marner/Brady Tkachuk - All-Star Team
TT-T1 Ilya Mikheyev/Rasmus Sandin/Pierre Engvall - Maple Leafs
TT-T2 Frederik Andersen/Mitch Marner/Auston Matthews - Maple Leafs
TT-V1 Thatcher Demko/Adam Gaudette/Quinn Hughes - Canucks
TT-V2 Brock Boeser/Elias Pettersson/Bo Horvat - Canucks
TT-W1 Sami Niku/Jack Roslovic/Ville Heinola - Jets
TT-W2 Mark Scheifele/Connor Hellebuyck/Kyle Connor - Jets
TT-COL Nathan MacKinnon/Gabriel Landeskog/Cale Makar - Avalanche
TT-DAL Tyler Seguin/Miro Heiskanen/John Klingberg - Stars
TT-NYR Artemi Panarin/Igor Shesterkin/Mika Zibanejad - Rangers
TT-TBL Nikita Kucherov/Andrei Vasilevskiy/Brayden Point - Lightning
TT-VGK Max Pacioretty/Mark Stone/Shea Theodore - Golden Knights
TT-WAS Alex Ovechkin/John Carlson/Jakub Vrana - Capitals

 

 

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User Reviews

  1. So this product will release before the 2020-21 season begins– so only carryover rookies from this season. I do not see how they get 49 YG’s.

  2. Day with the Cup (1:2,880 packs).

    Umm how does this work? There was no finals so no cup.

  3. Lots of time to go for this. If the season resumes, there will be a Cup winner. If not, they will likely do a retro or flashback set as they have already done multiple times. Or they’ll remove it entirely.

  4. Will Series 1 or 2 have Alexis Lafrenière ? Noticed McDavid, Matthews etc are usually Series 1. But they had more time with the draft being in June. My guess is series 2 is the main buy out of the two this year.

  5. I kinda agree with you. Draft is supposed to be early October, so obviously they can’t have any “new” rookies in Series 1 if they want to have a Nov release date.

    I’m relatively new to the hobby, so I’m not sure what they’d put in there, the preview says they’re still gonna do Young Guns. But with rookies and their kinds, the cat is kinda outta the bag once the cards are out there. Can’t really put that toothpaste back in the tube.

    They could maybe make cards for players they THINK will kinda debut that are already drafted, or if anyone made a name for themselves in the playoffs this year. But the problem there is, and it’s a problem I have with all the products pretty much, they’re so rookie reliant that they produce YG for guys who barely played, so there’s not even really anyone left for them to feature. Yakov Trenin has 21 NHL games played, he’s 23. Jimmy Schuldt is 25 and has 1 NHL game played. You’ve already reached pretty deep down that depth chart.

    I wonder if they might re-release some old YG. Since YG aren’t numbered, they could either just re-print old big name guys and mix them all around. Might be kinda cool to pull Young Guns that don’t look alike. You could have a new run with a new style, using old pictures, or using new pictures…but I’m not sure anyone would like that. Getting a “young gun” of Ryan Getzlaf even if the picture is old…I mean, I dunno. It would still be fairly collectible, but I think the value kinda wouldn’t be there.

    The more I think about the more I wanna wait to see a checklist. Might pre-order a box closer to the date just to lock in an acceptable price, but I don’t think too many people are rushing out there to pre-order a case without knowing the YG situation.

  6. To the last guy, that’s an interesting point. Will Series 2 contain the first overall pick this year?

    Seeing how card values of Lafreniere’s CHL/Team Canada have skyrocketed, he will be in Series 1. Even if it’s a Alexandar Georgiev style Young Gun.

    But I’m with you, I will be interested in seeing a checklist. I do like the redesigned UD Portraits. Kind of gives off a Be a Player vibe.

  7. I say avoid products of 2020-21 cause chances are slim to none that a 2020-21 hockey season will take place do to the travel restriction and in no way shape of form will they try to host a regular season with all 31 teams in a bubble as they are currently doing just for the playoffs. So all product in 2020-21 will be sub par to nothing mean while the prices on boxes or case and breaks will still be charging an arm and a leg but i guess thats why they are in business to over charge for boxes by inflated 30%-40% mark ups on boxes/cases. For a drafted player to have a rookie card under NHL and NHLPA rules that drafted rookie player must play 1 NHL game before a card is manufactured and thus be considered his rookie card, now if they give an exception that be a bunch of crap cause it only means it be done for the money and profits for Upper Deck and the Hobby sport cards stores/breakers. Look at MVP already redemption’s in boxes for card/player that is uncertain if there will be any new rookies from the 2020 Draft that will take place after the cup finals in late Oct cause if there is no 2020-21 season how can a redemption card be offered for a top rookie/s. Its all for the money and nothing more. it shows how low companies and card shops will go for profits.

  8. Forgot to mention look at current products 2019-20 such Ultimate that was released about 2+ weeks ago with in a week the master case was jacked by about $600 and go back even further SP GAME USED box back in March was only with tax $128.00 now jacked up to $189.00 most say reason not much left mean while card prices dont reflect the increase in box price, so this is an other way of trying to cash in before the real slow down in sales for the 2020-21 season.
    I say let the 2020-21 Product sit on shelves in the hobby shops or at distributors or at Upper Deck and let it collect dust.

  9. People do business for the money…not for your pleasure and your fandom.. If it does not please you, do not buy it? Card collecting has become an investment, and that is a good thing for the hobby. It gives it a worth and attracts people like me.. that are in it for the ups and down. Im learning more about hockey with this than I ever was.

  10. Too soon to rate. They’ll definitely be hard pressed to reach 49 ygs in S1. Maybe we get a few yg flashbacks tossed in like they did in 01-02 and 04-05? Could be cool, but wont garner the same return as legit ygs. Or perhaps, ygs for players who never got one. Jonathan Quick, Zdeno Chara, David Backes… Past their prime for sure, but were relevant once.

  11. In the past years by this time around products that would have been released or soon to be released would have been posted with entire checklists base cards rookies cards inserts patch cards etc etc. Ask your self how come no details have been provided and post on what cards be such as in UD Series 1 or MVP or Artifacts. It leaves collectors hanging and speculating if or not will have the players from the coming draft. If Upper Deck were to say no the products wont have the drafted players how many would then pre order or buy boxs/cases when products are released knowing that no top draft picks in it. Nothing is being said cause its like lest pre sell products and then will see what we do with what cards be in it. Its like saying buy the product now and i will tell you later that it will be with PRO SET cards inside…..

  12. Nick… The reason that products like SP Game Used and Ultimate Collection skyrocket is simple. It’s the people doing online case breaks. They suck up all the product and make it harder (and more expensive) for the average collector who wants to buy a box here and there.

  13. This product, if done right will be one of the best Upper Deck issues ever. The draft features a generational player, and the draft itself is deep. However, you need to pay attention to the checklist before you buy, for sure. My feelings is that Upper Deck will push back 6 weeks, at least. In the past many of the YG are shown in preseason game pics. Here is a big pitfall of this years product, you have to be careful that its not extremely short-printed. Combine that with the breakers and card grader market, the average collector may struggle with this issue. The breaker market is really messing the baseball, basketball and football market up. The manufacturers need to figure out a solution or the low end collector will walk. Really look forward to this product.

  14. Except the young guns, the cards in this series are ugly

  15. Should be next week at some point. UD checklists normally go up about 2 weeks from the release date.

  16. One of the few standard Upper deck products that I’ll rate a 4. Inserts look nice for a change.

  17. 5stars
    Been buying since first UD release. The best product and reasonable prices UD product.

  18. I believe we all have to consider the possibilities even if the top rookies are included in some shape of form not only in Series 1 but in an other 2020-21 product cause what will the cards be stated as if no 2020-21 season takes place. Have any out there have thought of that. Before the playoffs were over many speculated that new 2020-21 season would restart up by mid Nov to to early Dec and in the online draft word was said by NHL Gary Betman hopefully in Jan. That word hopefully means alot as well all have hope day to day life but think of it this was if you were a player in any sport team would you be able to cope being away from your family for 6-9 months possibly locked in a bubble?? I would hate to see buying expensive product and no season takes place and then come 2021-22 season would those cards be once again rookies???

  19. Be very careful guys theres a reason why the young guns checklist isn’t released yet….

    This was a huge deep draft but none of them will be playing until after series 1 is released…

    And upper deck has been very very quiet on this front if they will include anyone as a young gun and if it will qualify as a true rookie card…

    I know a lot of people who are buying cases and it could be for nothing….

  20. Yep, that’s the big question where we are all waiting for an official answer from UD.

  21. Love Upper Deck flagship and buy it every year regardless of the YG crop, print run, look of the inserts, rarity of autos, long term value of the cards and all the typical gripes. It’s FUN and a fun product to break during the doldrums of the post-cup, pre-preseason, post-fall, pre-xmas season. I’m looking forward to the set and see if we get a Laf YG or YG canvas. That and that alone will likely determine how much I buy of S1 vs S2. We’ll see soon enough.

    And hey “Nick” we saw your 4 one-star posts littered with irrelevant complaints. If it’s not a rating of the cards themselves just DON’T include a star rating on your comments! If I didn’t know any better I’d say you were intentionally trying to bring down the set’s star rating.

  22. You cant fully rate a product when other time product information would be disclosed a month ahead before release time. I can understand do to covid19 issues etc but it dont help buying something that you dont know what be in it. As far as collecting i have stopped years ago i only buy and sell reason its all about the $$ not the hobby. Rule was and is drafted player must play 1 NHL game before card considered rookie card. Next thing is in Upper Deck series 1 or 2 out of all the cards printed in each series which is the only and only rookie card same goes with other products. A rookie card is only the young guns in the BASE SET all other such as canvass/exclusives/glossy/autograph are sub sets inserts not rookie cards but most consider them as rookie cards as other wise product would not sell off the shelfs/breaks.

  23. Its not a good sign that its taking this long for the yg checklist….

    I predict.series 1 will be a joke.

  24. I do understand that there are changes because of the pandemic situation. But delaying the checklist is inexcusable. I bet that the moment they gave a precise release date, they had a checklist. And anyhow, what can change in the meanwhile? Absolutely nothing.The season will not start anyhow before the release date. Then, we must ask ourselves why the delay. Do they hope that customers will still pre-order boxes/cases hoping that Lafrenière will be in it, although he will not be? That’s the only logical explanation that I see for such a delay. If anybody has a better one, I will be glad to hear it. And no, I don’t rate the product for the cards themselves, but for the bad release strategy. I will still buy a few cases anyhow, but I hate the lack of transparency.

  25. I think it’s a good sign there is a delay. Likely to get Lafreniere YG in Ser 1

  26. Then they would announce it as soon as possible so that people can pre-order as many cases as possible. Why hide it? It doesn’t make any sense. Why do you think it’s a good sign?

  27. I think that Upper Deck is going to come out with some sort of abomination like they did in 2004-05 with some sort of mix of “Yong Guns” and established player im the mix as “young guns” also.

  28. I feel bad for the people who pre ordered case(s)….

    It will be crap even if there’s an exception granted for Alex…..all the other really good draft picks won’t be until season 2 assuming hockey comes back.

    But with covid situation in the usa out of control I can’t see it….

    Even series 2 could be risky next year.

    Be careful guys….

  29. At this point im expecting UP to announce a delay….

    there’s no way this comes out NOV 18th with still no YG checklist out….

    something is up….

  30. So glad to read all these reviews all but confirming Alexis won’t be in series 1, minutes after buying a case 🤦🏼‍♂️

  31. I was already mentioned that Alexis will be there but would love to know what other YG will be included. Its really strange that checklist its still not releases

  32. *Ladislav, who mentioned that Lafrenière will be in this product with 100% certainty? I’m asking that because you seem to imply it.
    * Trazler, not sure mate. At this point, they are being so disrespectful towards their clients, that it wouldn’t astonish me if they would simply give us the checklist 2-3 days before the release.

  33. the product will be crap….thats what this tells me….as they would of gloated by now UD…..

    the young guns will be cheap carry overs…..be none of the draft picks…even if they get alex in i dont even know if they can consider it his actual RC…

    so many people wasted so much money on cases its not even funny….

    thank god I didn’t…as I had a hunch something would be up…due to covid etc….

  34. I agree with some of you that UD has done a poor job with the announcement of the release of Series 1. The moment they provided a release date, they should more or less be able to provide the checklist. For anyone who has prepaid or committed to orders of boxes, cases, etc., they should know what they’re committed to expect in the product. I myself have not committed to anything because I’ll feel more comfortable once I know what the checklist will be.

    I do have a concern around the talk about rookies and if any new rookies (e.g. Lafreniere, Byfield, Stuetzle, etc.) will be considered their rookie card. If they have any players included from the recent draft, why would we not accept that as their rookie card? We’re all basing this off the season starting at some point but what if things go so bad that the NHL isn’t able to complete the season? I don’t see UD rereleasing the same rookie crop next year. I hope this doesn’t cause a different of opinions in the card community.

    Take care!

  35. *Peter. There’s an entire debate about what a true rookie vs. a rookie card is. I don’t want to get into details. Let’s just say that the YGs are true rookies. No debate there. Furthermore, the YGs are the very first actual rookie cards of a NHL player. That’s one of the reasons why the are so famous. MVP and OPC have either updates that will be released in a future set or redemptions. Same thing for Artifacts. That being said, while normally everybody agrees that the YGs are true rookie cards, in the case of Lafrenière the situation is even more complicated. Let’s say he will be in Series 1. But that means that he will not have played a single NHL game yet. Normally, the vast majority agrees that a rookie card is the picture of a player that has played at least one NHL game at the moment of the reales of the card. That will not be the case for Lafrenière. BUT, at the same time, it’s the NHLPA who decides what a rookie card is. They have already announced that they will be more flexible this year about the status of rookie vs. prospect, which what Lafrenière is for the moment. In a nutshell, the NHLPA will probably make some exceptions this year and UD will be allowed to print a Lafrenière YG, but that doesn’t mean that the customers will go along with it. For many of them, I’m sure, the Lafrenière YG card will not be a true rookie card. Furthermore, for some of them, it’ll not even be a rookie card period, since the guy hasn’t played a single second in the League. I hope this helps :)

  36. TCB, thanks for commenting. I get what you’re saying and it makes sense. We can all agree that this release will be more confusing due to the fact that not one player will have played a game yet and somehow rookies most likely will be released in advance. I myself would’ve been fine to wait the extra couple of months until the league begins preseason and that would at least eliminate the guesswork.

  37. There is always the possibilty that the Young Guns we are looking for could fall in Series 2 heavy or as inserts as usual iin SP later. Maybe other brands. This probably won’t help Series 1 preorders but I think the gauntlet for rookies for YG’s was laid down in MVP and Opeechee. They did take pics of Lafren in uniform on ice. Saw on UD’s social but what they are gonna do what these shots who knows?

  38. Alexei Lafreniere along with the rest of the high profile draft picks will almost certainly NOT be in Series 1. At least not in YG form. While the NHLPA is allowing some flexibility. It comes by allowing cards for players who were in on rosters for the playoffs in the bubble. Therefore players like Bowen Byram can have a YG in Series 1 but not Lafreniere, Byfield etc. My guess is that UD will have some kind of #1 draft pick redemption card inserted at a 1:5000 or 1:10000 ratio. Perhaps maybe they even go for redemptions for the top 3 or 5. The good news is that you’ll be able to get boxes for cheap. All the best YGs will be in Series 2, which will make Series 2 boxes go for high dollar. Just my 2 cents.

  39. When did they come out with these rules concerning what is or what is not a rookie card anyway. In the 90s, the program of excellence cards were and still is the true rookie cards for those players. Thornton and Marleau Poe cards in the 1996-97 sets are still considered their true rookies, so are their black diamond team Canada cards that same year. Neither were even drafted yet at the time of release. But these are still considered their true rookies no?

  40. *Ken. Indeed, they announced a list with 41 players whose cards could be released as RC cards. But it’s not even sure yet if they will use them all (probably). Also, they did not confirm or deny the possibility of Lafrenière being in the set as a YG or any other insert. We just do not know how much that “flexibility” stretches. I agree with you and I myself think that most probably he’ll not be in Series 1 as a YG, but as an insert. On the other hand, I don’t see them doing redemptions for YG for the first 3-4 picks. That would mean an insane cost for them because they have to process and ship all the redeemed cards. The only case in which they would do that, would be if they short printed those YG cards, but I highly doubt they will do it. My 2 cents is the same as yours :) :) : no YG from this year draft, but maybe some sort of inserts for Lafrenière. The prices will be low (hopefully) and they will jam Series 2 with goodies :)…and the prices will get high for that one.

  41. Lafreniere is in series 1? Sweet, I’ll be buying up a bunch then.

  42. UD should wait for Alexis to play an actual game to get a game photo which just can’t be possible. I sure hope there isn’t a photoshopped card (see Bobby Orr as a Blackhawk). Really they’ll only have his draft photoshoot unless they flew him in just for cards.

  43. Go to Upper Deck’s facebook. Scroll down to Lafren’s video. This was the shoot I mentioned above in Pro uniform.
    Kiviranta in Series 1 too. Nice.
    Will buy Series 1.

  44. NICK, WHY ALL THE NEGATIVE 1 STAR STUFF…COLLECTORS LOVE YOUNG GUNS …LIKE YOU SAID , YOU’RE ONLY IN IT FOR THE $$ ..HOW MANY YOUNG KIDS COME UP TO YOU AT A SHOW LOOKING FOR THEIR FAVOURITE YOUNG GUNS PLAYER ..THATS WHAT THE HOBBY IS ALL ABOUT..

  45. This last year and the coming season has been crazy and sports has never seen anything like it since the 40’s.
    What I find incredible with Upper Deck is the signature sensations line up they have in series one. The NHL players who all make big money sat around months before the season came back this past summer. Some teams never played. Why would Upper Deck and the players not build on that time and come up with a better line up of signatures for collectors and young collectors to look for. It will be a long time until you may be able to meet NHL players and get personal autographs.

  46. They’re kidding with that Lafreniere mockup, right? That’s beyond horrible.

  47. Not a mock-up. That’s a live image of his official YG card (minus the added UD logo watermark in the center).

  48. Upper Deck has done an interesting job on hype and question marks on this product. I find it very interesting how cases are sold out of the product and the Lafreniere young guns card as selling for a higher value then Auston Matthews young guns card. My local shop in Canada is selling boxes at $130.00 each. If hockey is cancelled this season and the Ranger rookie never plays until next year or ends up being an average player, that would be a lot of money thrown around buying this card. If the season does start in the new year, Series Two will follow with the hype with all the other rookies to collect.

  49. Just pulled the Jack Eichel variation (#21), Matthew Tkachuk variation (#31), and Kirby Dach variation (#38) in street clothes

  50. Fanimation Unannounced

    Fanimation F-5 Andrei Vasilevskiy
    Fanimation F-11 Gabriel Landeskog
    Fanimation F-12 Eric Staal
    Fanimation F-14 Aaron Ekblad

  51. The base cards are extremely ugly. I rarely say this about a design, but it has no flavour. Same with the Young Guns. The worst design in year. But that is not the problem. The problem is that they must have printed this product in astronomical numbers. If a product doesn’t guarantee a specific amount of serial numbered cards it’s hard to check how many cases they produced. But one thing is certain: for my first 2 cases, I pulled 0 YG exclusives and I believe 3 base exclusives. The last 2-3 years before, I always had 1-2 YG exclusives and 4-5 base cards exclusives. They will milk this Lafrenière cow like crazy with all those ePacks and the huge quantity of cards produced. One will need to buy 4-5 cases to get a YG exclusives. I’m not even talking about High Gloss. I haven’t seen one of those since 4 years ago when you still had some chances to get one base High Gloss. Maybe this is just my impression since I cannot support it by exact numbers. One may say I got unlucky, although I don’t believe it. One thing is certain, the only thing that saves this product is Lafrenière. If not, it would had been the worst Series 1 ever.

  52. I’m a bit bummed about this release. I look forward to it every year, but I feel like the set is uninspired. I’m willing to cut UD some slack due to the pandemic, but aside from Lafreniere, there are very few cards in this set to be excited about. The common inserts are as silly and gimmicky as ever and once more we see UD making a last ditch effort to cram last years rookie class down our throats. And on a personal note, I’m once again disappointed that A Piece of History (1000 point club, 500 goal club, 300 win club) are nowhere to be found.

    We continue to see prices increase for a product that, at this point, is basically just MVP.

    And for the record, I am writing this as a collector. I don’t own a card shop and I don’t flip cards on the secondary market.

  53. Busted two complete cases and six boxes from a third. Got two complete sets of Young Guns and one case had two Alexis YG and his Canvas YG as well. The Dazzler insert set looks amazing but on the other insert sets, not that impressed, especially the Portrait cards. Glad that you can actually tell a variation this year ad UD did great on those. French cards are sweet but you really have to pay attention to detail or you can miss them. Super Job UD!

  54. Awful, awful collation. I got incredibly lucky since I pulled 4 Lafrenière in 2 cases, but many of the young guns have only 1 copy in 2 cases. But most amazingly, I have no copy of #205. How can one buy 2 cases!!!!! and not even have a complete base set!?

  55. Felt kind of ripped off when they jacked the price to $120 cdn on release day. Base cards really boring and new inserts very ho-hum. Very poor collation in my box, I had several packs that were mostly doubles. Don’t think I’ll buy anymore unless the prices drop. I’m guessing they won’t until the season starts and we can speculate on these players.

  56. Great product as always and love the dummies that comment and know nothing about the product.
    No worries, leave it on the shelf and i will buy it. yes Lafreniere is in series1 and also his canvas YG.

  57. One more unannounced insert… UD Canvas Autographs..

    CA-CH Connor Hellebuyck /37

  58. Does it really say “Conner” on the McDavid Portraits card like on the picture on here?

  59. Gave it a chance. Bought 3 boxes. Every base card on top back has rough cuts. Two jersey cards I received were both chipped all over. Even worse a Foundations acetate I got was half printed and a clear cut Nick Foligno I got was cut jagged and looked like a bulldozer ran over it.
    Garbage for $270.00.

  60. Oh and about the round corner controversy geniuses around the internet are just figuring out. UD has been doing them on MVP and Opeechee this year too. I brought this up a few months ago with Opeechee. I checked with QA at UD. Sent pics and they looked into it. This is the new normal. They agreed on the rounded corners. They were made this way deliberatly. No replacements,

  61. Alex, I couldn’t disagree more. “Investing” is not the hobby – it is destroying what was the true hobby: card collecting. Collecting, trading, sharing is the hobby, not buying case after case of a high-end product in order to amass the most cards of the flavor of the day. And then sell those cards at overinflated prices for an overinflated profit. This ruins it for kids, for blue-collar collectors, fans of sport, and fans of the real hobby.

  62. Emily, well said. The last cheaper product for kids to afford is MVP. I still can not get over how the Lafreniere card is selling more then key young guns from the past. I hope he does turn out to be another McDavid.

  63. For Exclusives/High Gloss

    It looks like for the base part of the set (1-200) The even numbered cards have English on the back, the odd numbered cards have French on the back… It doesnt look like each card has its own Exclusives /100 and Exclusives French /100, same for HG

  64. Wow! All of the boxes I have purchased have round corners printing errors and beyond poor gloss. Upper Deck should be ashamed of the quality here. I will not touch anymore of this stuff it’s garbage and overhyped. Wait awhile and buy Alex L when it drops to normal prices. May the flippers buy it all.

  65. So, I waited to purchase retail boxes at Walmart. They sell at $31.92 plus tax (Canadian). I purchased 5 boxes. First one I opened had a jumbo Lafreniere young guns. Note, that the jumbo card does not have any packaging on it, it is just in the box.
    When I opened my 4th box, there was no jumbo card. I was really not cool with that until I opened one of the packs and got the regular Lafreniere young guns. The last box will be a stocking stuffer for my son at Christmas. I am glad I waited and gambled on blasters. It ended up being fun. In the past Walmart will have these boxes on sale so if you keep your receipt you can get a partial refund if it happens within a few weeks.

  66. Young Guns have rounded corners. Pulled a few cards that look like OPC from the 80’s with the paper shavings on the side. Many packs were already sticking together. Quality control is non-existent for UDS1. This product is not worth the inflated price to hunt for one card.

  67. UD needs to lose the exclusive license… period! There is no competition, no other company to force UD to put out a quality product. This is THE flagship brand for the NHL and UD. The inserts for this year are so childish looking… maybe they are trying to get more kids into the hobby which is GREAT! However, the canvas and portraits gimmick is just redundant. Besides the Canvas YG’s, who collects them? Very few seeing how many go unsold on eBay. Same with the portraits.
    The quality control this year is horrible! I’ve opened three cases and the amount of miscut and/or damaged cards is crazy. Don’t even get me started on the collation. The price increase, lack of quality control and the overall disregard for the people who buy their products is beginning to get to be too much for me personally. It’s cheaper for me to buy the base sets for series one and two for a few bucks and the YG sets instead of giving my money to a company that could care less.

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