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    2008-09 Artifacts/BD/OPC & 2007-08 Trilogy

    Haven't posted in just over a week as I was on holidays in San Diego. Not sure why I live in Edmonton when there are places like SD, lol! Anyway, seeing as I was missing the draft I thought I'd try & open some hockey card packs instead. After going to a couple addresses from google and realizing these joints were shut down, I finally located a couple card shops. Bought 1 pack of Trilogy & Artifacts at the first shop and 2 packs of Black Diamond & OPC each at the 2nd shop.

    2008-09 Artifacts
    248 - Justin Abdelkader - Rookie 630/999

    2008-09 Black Diamond
    BDJ-JG - JS Giguere - Black Diamond Jerseys
    PDC38 - Rick Nash - Premier Cuts <><>

    2008-09 O-Pee-Chee
    544 - Dan LaCosta - Marquee Rookies
    155 - Keith Yandle - Gold
    71 - Curtis Joseph - Retro
    345 - Anze Kopitar - Retro

    2007-08 Trilogy
    HS-CH - Jonathan Cheechoo - Honorary Swatches

    Obviously I don't have too much luck opening packs south of the border, lol! No PC for me so all are for trade...take a look at my bucket for the base.

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    those were some good breaks....congrats

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    u did really good with the black diamond, the others were still pretty good

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    Not too bad, still pretty good
    Lee Stempniak
    (96.9%, 28 1/1's, 5 Gamers, 3 Sticks) & Cal Clutterbuck (91.0%, 21 1/1's, 1 Stick)
    Also always looking for Paul Stastny & Current Sabres RC's
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    Trilogy could have been better but the others were good

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