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    Prism mining

    Stopped by the same Walmart. Went digging for Rookie Anthology but came up with Prism...1999-2000 Pacific Prism to be exact. It was a fun break. Got some nice short print parallels and inserts.

    Here goes...
    Doug Gilmour #34 15/69 Premier Date ?? Not entirely sure.
    Mike Dunham ##75 Purple Variation 23/99
    Brad Stuart RC #128 Blue Variation 64/80
    Peter Bondra #146 Mirror Variation 154/160
    Teemu Selanne #5 377/480
    Andrew Brunette #6 431/480
    Byron Dafoe #13 340/480
    Joe Sakic #41 456/480
    Theoren Fleury Clear Advantage #13
    Mark Recchi Clear Advantage #17
    Ed Balfour Sno-Globe #8

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    It would be fun if they got some at the local Walmart. I love those nostalgia breaks :)
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    Sounds like a really fun break. Congrats!
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    Love the old school breaks. Thanks for sharing!
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