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    Which Flames player has the most sought-after hockey card?

    What is the most sought-after Calgary Flames hockey card of all time?

    What 3.5- by 2.5-inch cardboard collectible has been pursued by more Calgary hockey fans than any other?

    Go through the list of the organization’s all-time greats and you’d assume Jarome Iginla’s rookie card would be in the heaviest of demand.
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    I didn't read the article, but....

    This is a difficult one, because there aren't that many "difficult" Flames rookies. I mean Iginla isn't that difficult but I would presume it would be a Johnny Gaudreau rookie auto/patch of some sort - that or Gaudreau's SPA RC - if not then Matthew Tkachuk's 16/17 SPGU True Base Rookie would be up there considering it's limited to xx/19.

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