1998-99 O-Pee-Chee Chrome is essentially a slimmed down version of the main Topps release. These “chrome” style cards are shiny and each has an additional refractor set. unfortunately, unlike Topps, OPC Chrome does not offer any memorabilia or autograph hits, instead electing to offer only base and inserts. While some collectors may still be […]
Category: Hockey Checklist
If you are looking for a hockey checklist this is a good place to start, the checklists you will find here will also have images. Often the checklists here will be for products that don’t have teams associated or are a prospects product. For a hockey checklist sorted by the NHL teams you may want breakninja.com.
Major hockey trading card companies of today are Upper Deck and Leaf. Panini recently lost their NHL license and Leaf and ITG are unlicensed to produce the cards.
For full checklists sorted by team you should visit breakinja.com as they have in depth checklists with plenty of extra info like hit totals and rookie lists. This is also a very fast loading website so your wait times will be at a minimum.
1998-99 Pacific Revolution was another Pacific product that focused on inserts and base parallels, while ignoring memorabilia and autographs completely. While this would have mostly scared off big time collectors, it was the perfect product for those just getting started, as well as those on a budget. In addition, this release offered both :die-cut”, and […]
1998-99 Pacific Paramount is another standard Pacific product. As usual it focuses on inserts and parallels, while leaving out memorabilia and autographs completely. There is nothing about it that stands out from other Pacific products, but can still be a fun tear for younger collectors or those looking for a little 1990s nostalgia. Each box […]
1998-99 Pacific Omega is one of the better releases from the company. It doesn’t offer memorabilia or autographs, but does have some nice looking cards, as well as some one of ones. The Planet Ice Parallel is particularly interesting, as it uses a system of tiered rarity, ranging from #/100 to 1/1. Other interesting inserts […]
1998-99 Pacific Dynagon Ice is a classic Pacific product that focuses on inserts and parallels. Unlike many other products, this one offers printing plates, which was not a common inclusion during the late 90s. Even more unusual is the inclusion of both front and back plates. Other than the plates the product offers no memorabilia […]
1998-99 Pacific Crown Royale is an example of the standard Pacific product. It offers no memorabilia or autograph hits, but does have some nice insert sets that appeal to set builders. Each box also offers one Jumbo Cramer’s Choice cards, which are also available in serial numbered parallels. While this is clearly not a big […]
1998-99 Pacific Aurora is another small time product from Pacific, but is still the type of product that was popular in the late 90s. Each box contained a variety of inserts, including a collectible cube that had to be folded in order to assemble. There was also an extremely rare Martin Brodeur autograph chance, but […]
1998-99 Pacific Hockey is the base name brand for the company and offers a selection of cards that can be found in the other releases. like many Pacific brands, it doesn’t offer memorabilia or autographs, but instead relies on it collectibity for set builders and the rarity of hits such as Cramer’s Choice and Titanium […]
1998-99 Topps Gold Label was an oddball product that revolved around 1 central checklist. This main checklist accounts for the majority of the product, and comes in a variety of variations and tiers of rarity. This essentially means that there are multiple versions of the same base set, but that they are different enough that […]
1998-99 Topps Hockey was the title release for the company in the 98-99 collecting season, and offered fans some nice looking cards, as well as the chance at an autograph. Unlike later years, this release did not have a corresponding O-Pee-Chee release, instead opting to use O-Pee-Chee as a base parallel set. Extremely rare for […]