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    Question Players or sets that were once hot but now are not

    Post any players or sets that were once hot and were what everyone wanted but are now either ice cold or sell for a fraction of what they once did.

    Anybody remember Manon Rhéaume the first lady of hockey? She was like the hockey version of Shaq in the early 1990s. Her stuff was hot with people coming into card shops asking about them but then she seemed to drop of the face of the earth after a couple of years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RGM81 View Post
    Steve Mason.
    This makes me sad, cuz its true.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjw241 View Post
    This makes me sad, cuz its true.
    I remember at the time of his hot streak being utterly bewildered by it. People were going gaga over a Columbus Blue Jackets goalie. I know that there was some of the "hey he's a World Junior Championship Goalie who won a gold medal just like Carey Price" to it, but at the end of the day, it was a guy who in the long term had absolutely no chance of success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frendo View Post
    Jim Carey was equally as expensive like Brodeur during at 1995-1996 but only for some years later they was worthing like nothing....

    Just stunning that he became one of those VERY few non canadian players who was equaling with all those big name canadian players, even if for a short time but it was a pain for me because I was collecting him then...same with Johan Hedberg who was crazy hot at 2001-2002 and was also selling at Brodeur's level or even more closing (not much but still) at Roy's level during that time, but he's still a bit popular nowadays, espeically his Penguins cards...
    Ah the Net Detective. He never really had the same success after he went to Boston.
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    Rick DiPietro, Valery Kamensky, Gilbert Dionne, Brett Lindros.

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    Gilbert Brule. At the end of 2004 people were paying $75.00 - $120.00 for his Junior Cards. His YG was a strong $40-$60.00 for a time as well.

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    Justin Pogge... was supposed to be the next big thing for the Leafs, they belived in him so much they traded Rask to Boston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by centrehice View Post
    Gilbert Brule. At the end of 2004 people were paying $75.00 - $120.00 for his Junior Cards. His YG was a strong $40-$60.00 for a time as well.
    I was so mad when the Habs passed on him for Price, whoops.

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    I remember when Blain Lacher was on fire and selling for stupid prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by habscards View Post
    I remember when Blain Lacher was on fire and selling for stupid prices.
    Yes so true but for a very short time, I collected him while he was hot...but he became a common goalie quite fast.
    His 95-96 Pinnacle Mask was crazy expensive then when the set was brand new...but his card is still the crown of the set IMO.

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    Jaromir Jagr
    Eric Lindros
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