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Lord Stanley of Preston

By: Keith Lenn aka KeithLenn

Note: This profile of Lord Stanley of Preston was written as a short position paper to serve as a nomination and support for his inclusion in the World Wide Hockey Hall of Fame, a “virtual” Hockey Hall of Fame in which this writer is a voting member. Lord Stanley was elected to the WWHHF as a Contributor in the virtual year of 1975. The WWHHF can be viewed at

Occasionally the single act of a person, however trivial or insignificant that act may seem at the time, has a profound effect on the future, be it More > Member and Trader of the Month for February

For the month of February, SCF is proud to announce both our Trader of the Month (TOTM) and Member of the Month (MOTM) awards. The TOTM winner is pef87 and the MOTM is boogiedownberlin.

During the month of February, Paul Finley (pef87) completed 107 trades and for this, was named SCF Trader of the Month. This is the first time that pef87 has been awared with the TOTM award.

Paul primarly likes to select a collect Rookies from the NHL and NFL each season. For this NHL season, he is collecting Nathan Gerbe of the Buffalo Sabres an Theo Peckham of the More >

Greensboro, NC Toy, Hobby and Sports Card Show Report

Guest Article by Enigma 

A couple of weekends a year, the Triad area in North Carolina will have a spike in its population anywhere between 500-1000. The epicenter of the population boon is the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC. The reason: the Greensboro Toy, Hobby and Sports Card Show.

Inside Pitch Promotions is the host of this event; usually three times a year in February, May and November. It’s a two day show that encompasses many hobbies, including sports card. Collectors from all over North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia make the trek to Greensboro to feed their cardboard appetite. Whether it’s More >

Hobby Boxes In Retail Stores?

Guest Article by gmoney168

Wal-Mart and Target are both great stores to pick up a few packs of sport cards or a blaster box quickly and conveniently, but they could be better. Just imagine walking into retail stores and finding some brand new hobby boxes, or at least, hobby packs. The main way most collectors currently pick up these items is through either their local hobby shop or online. However, there are some problems to this method. The harsh issues that individuals face include prices and inconvenience.

In hobby shops, the prices of most boxes are marked up way more than they More >