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Paul Coffey in 9 Cards

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Paul Coffey played 1409 games in the NHL with 9 teams and was inducted in to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2004; this is his story in 9 cards.

I had read on SCF somewhere about collecting 9 cards of a player to tell their story. I was going through some cards from my 2000-01 UD Vintage set and came across Paul Coffey in a Bruins uniform and though that I could easily do a 9 card collection for him. Turns out that is not as easy as I had hoped as Coffey played for 9 teams in his career and I do not have cards of him with every team he played for. I debated just finding images of his cards on the Internet but that would be cheating so I will just go with 9 cards I have and maybe some day I will be able to add cards of him with the Chicago Blackhawks and Carolina Hurricanes.

Paul was drafted 6th overall by the Oilers in 1980.

Rookie Card - 1981-82 O-Pee-Chee #111

Paul played 7 seasons with Oilers winning 3 Stanley Cups and setting numerous team and NHL records.

1987-88 O-Pee-Chee Minis #8

Paul was traded to the Penquins in 1987 and won a 4th Stanley Cup with them in 1991.

1991-92 Pinnacle #377

Paul was traded to the Kings in 1992.

1992-93 Score #265

Paul was traded to the Wings in 1993.

1994-95 Fleer #58

Paul was traded to the Hartford Whalers in 1996 but only played 20 games with them.

1996-97 Donruss Canadian Ice #9

Paul was traded to the Flyers in 1996.

1996-97 Select Certified #89

Paul was traded to Chicago in 1998 buy only played 10 games with them. Paul was traded to the Hurricanes in 1998. Paul signed with the Bruins in 2000 where he played the final 18 games of his NHL career.

2001-01 Upper Deck Vintage #29

During Paul's career he won the Norris trophy 3 times and played in 14 All-Star games.

1994-95 Ultra All-Stars #9

And that is my story of the amazing career of Paul Coffey in 9 cards.


  1. Pheebs888's Avatar
    Very interesting idea! I'm going to feature this blog entry in the SCF magazine :)
  2. sludgy's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Pheebs888
    Very interesting idea! I'm going to feature this blog entry in the SCF magazine :)
    Thanks I was not sure that anyone even read it. :)

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