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02-26-2013, 04:21 PM #1
Why don't the card companies CELEBRATE hockey's history??
I was uploading my gigantic (two 1-inch binders) baseball card collection to PhotoBucket last night and these were in there, amongst others.................
So my question is..........where's the Hockey Hall of Fame set?? Where's the 1917 Commemorative set?? The Ace Bailey All-Star Benifit game insert set?? It's all rookies and patches and shields, when there's an entire HISTORY out there, not just the Jean Beliveaus, Bobby Orrs & Wayne Gretzkys in every year of The Cup, or the same players in Parkhurst Champions that were in 06/07 Parkhurst....... Not just the team by team breakdowns from ITG, or the whoever is still alive from the 60's 70's and 80's it doesn't really matter if they were any good but we can get 'em to sign some cards so we'll put out Panini Classics.........
There used to be a Hamilton Tigers in the NHL. And the Pittsburgh Pirates and Philadelphia Quakers and Montreal Maroons and New York Americans amongst others. But I gotta be bombarded by yet another Richard Brodeur auto or seven, and another $500 Gilbert Brule shield, and 41 different PK Subban rookies.............
Shout-out to Mister Tom Selleck!!! When's my Slap Shot set coming out????? Or even one lousy insert??????
02-26-2013, 04:25 PM #2
02-26-2013, 05:30 PM #3
I wouldn't mind seeing something that celebrates now-defunct clubs. California Golden Seals, Quebec Bulldogs, or with my bias the Montreal Maroons or Montreal Wanderers.
02-26-2013, 05:35 PM #4
I would love a hall of fame set though too
Last edited by comfortably9numb; 02-26-2013 at 05:39 PM. Reason: added more for clarification
02-26-2013, 05:38 PM #5
Might have to do with the fact that there are no large card companies based in Canada and that hockey is pretty much the 4th sport in terms of sales in the United States. Not many people running these companies know about hockey so they wouldn't be as knowledgeable about the sport. People in America can rattle off Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron but I doubt many know the hockey equivalents.Trade Bucket: Hidden Content
02-26-2013, 05:45 PM #6