2000-01 UD Series 1 was the signature product for Upper Deck that season and introduced the hobby t0 the concept of eCards through a set that was redeemable online for digital versions. These digital version cards were also a contest card of sorts that had the chance to transform into eVolve jersey and jersey autographs, […]
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.
2000-01 UD Reserve was an unremarkable product that offered practice jerseys and buyback autographs as its main draw, without making any promises. Falling on the lower end of the scale, the release consisted primarily of inserts and base cards, which while attractive looking, offered little in the way of lasting value. The relic cards containing swatches […]
2000-01 Topps Stars was a fun product that offered some big name hits. Each box promised at least 1 memorabilia and 1 autograph hit, as well as various inserts and base cards. Some of the big names include Patrick Roy, Steve Yzerman, and Don Cherry. Unlike many of the 2000-01 Topps releases, this is a […]
2000-01 Topps Premier Plus was a fun product, that despite offering no guaranteed hits, still had the potential for some big name pulls. Products such as this are an essential part of the hobby, as they provide an affordable option to fans who may not have the budget for more expensive products. Even without the […]
2000-01 Topps Gold Label was an attractive set that included a chance at autographs and memorabilia, along with its insert sets. The bulk of the product is made up of base and base parallels, including serial numbered rookie cards. Collectors should also note that the insert sets all have a 1 of 1 parallel available. […]
2000-01 Topps and O-Pee-Chee were two separate, but identical products that would be considered by today’s standards to be low-end. Collectors will note that the Topps brand was sold in the United States, while O-Pee-Chee was Canadian. This is a system that has existed for years for the two brands. While there are limited autographs […]
2000-01 Stadium Club is a mid-end Topps owned product that offers collectors inserts, rookies, and the chance at pulling a memorabilia or autographed card. Among the autographed series are some rare 11×14 autographed pictures, some dual autograph cards, and a solo autograph card set. There is also one memorabilia set in the product and these […]
2000-01 SPx Hockey was a mixed bag product, offering both memorabilia cards and inserts. Each hobby box promises a rookie jersey as well as a Winning Materials combo relic card. Popular among collectors was the 500 Goal Club jersey cards, as well as their autographed parallels, the most valuable of which is undoubtedly Mario Lemieux. […]
2000-01 SP Game Used offered fans a memorabilia focused product, as well as the chance at some big name autographs. Each pack promised one jersey card, as well as 2 base cards, with the chance that one would be a serial numbered rookie card. Some lucky collectors could find that they also received and autographed […]