Saturday, March 31, 2012

C4K CLOUTIER - Another C4K Website

Awhile ago I announced my new PC of Dan Cloutier. Since then I've been madly working on a new website to show off my Dan Cloutier collection. It took a LONG TIME to scan and put up all these cards, so I'd really appreciate if you guys drop by and take a look!

Also give some love to my other (a lot smaller) website collection of Cody Hodgson!

Thanks for your continued support and comments!




Wednesday, March 28, 2012


Wow was this past week ever busy! Between school, work, family and trying to send some cards around the country it's been a little hectic. Not to mention at school we were in "Code Red Lockdown" for an hour because there was a guy running around with a gun. Anyways, now that you think I live in the ghetto let's move on...

Today I'm doing a straight out Goalie Project. For those of you that are new to the project, have forgotten or just like reading my rules over and over again, here they are:

- Must acquire a minimum of three cards from every goalie to suite up for the Canucks (with a few exceptions)
- The three cards are: rookie card; a card in a Canucks jersey; a card in another teams jersey.

So there you have it, let's take a look at the goalie of the hour - John Garrett. His mask for the Canucks is one of the more recognizable of it's day (especially paired with the flying V jerseys). One of his cards popped up in my top 10 favourite cards too!

He also does a great job helping John Shorthouse (and other past commentators) as a colour guy at almost all Canucks games from the past 10 seasons.

This here is what I like to call a 66% completion. For those mathematicians out there that is two thirds complete ;). The first card of Garrett is the oldest and is from his NHL days in Hartford. That is another cool looking card, the old school pads and mask do a number on me. Unfortunately even though that is one of his first couple years in Hartford, his rookie season was 5 or so years prior to that card from his WHA days. That should be fun to track down!

The other two fall under the "wearing Canucks jersey category", and it does it with a bit of flair. The classic flying V's with a classic mask. Don't get much better than that!

With those three Garret cards, this is where I'm at:

Alex Auld - 3/3 COMPLETE! 27 TOTAL
Murray Bannerman - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Martin Brochu - 3/3 COMPLETE! 4 TOTAL
Richard Brodeur - 1/3 COMPLETE! 15 TOTAL (1 JERSEY, 1 EVENT-USED, 1 AUTO)
Gary Bromley
Bruce Bullock
Sean Burke - 2/3 COMPLETE! 21 TOTAL
Frank Caprice
Jacques Caron
Dan Cloutier - 3/3 COMPLETE! 34 TOTAL (1 JERSEY, 2 AUTO's)
Ed Dyck
Ken Ellacott
Bob Essensa - 3/3 COMPLETE! 14 TOTAL
Mike Fountain - 3/3 COMPLETE! 11 TOTAL
Troy Gamble - 2/2 COMPLETE! 21 TOTAL
George Gardner 2/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL
John Garrett - 2/3 COMPLETE! 3 TOTAL
Glen Hanlon - 1/3 COMPLETE! 5 TOTAL
Johan Hedberg - 3/3 COMPLETE! 7 TOTAL
Rick Heinz
Corey Hirsch - 1/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL (1 AUTO)
Charlie Hodge - 2/2 COMPLETE! 3 TOTAL
Arturs Irbe - 1/3 COMPLETE! 3 TOTAL
Jason LaBarbera - 2/3 COMPLETE! 4 TOTAL
Ken Lockett
Roberto Luongo - 3/3 COMPLETE! 58 TOTAL (1 JERSEY)
Drew MacIntyre - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Cesare Maniago - 1/3 COMPLETE! 3 TOTAL
Bob Mason - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Dave McClelland
Steve McKichan
Kirk McLean - 1/3 COMPLETE! 3 TOTAL (1 AUTO)
Rob McVicar - 1/1 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Alfie Michaud - 1/1 COMPLETE! 7 TOTAL
Tyler Moss
Mika Noronen - 3/3 COMPLETE! 6 TOTAL
Maxime Ouellet - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
FĂ©lix Potvin - 3/3 COMPLETE! 31 TOTAL (1 AUTO)
Andrew Raycroft - 1/3 COMPLETE! 7 TOTAL
Curt Ridley - 2/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL
Dany Sabourin - 2/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL
Curtis Sanford - 3/3 COMPLETE! 7 TOTAL
Cory Schneider - 1/2 COMPLETE! 10 TOTAL (1 JERSEY)
Corey Schwab - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Petr Skudra - 3/3 COMPLETE! 4 TOTAL
Gary Smith - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Garth Snow - 2/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL (1 AUTO)
Kevin Weekes - 2/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL
Steve Weeks - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Kay Whitmore - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL
Dunc Wilson - 1/3 COMPLETE! 2 TOTAL
Wendell Young - 1/3 COMPLETE! 1 TOTAL


Thursday, March 22, 2012


Okay so sometimes I eat my words. Today I have to do just that. Awhile back I got in the mail what I thought was the 2011-12 Season Ticket Holder gift from the Vancouver Canucks organization. You can read what I thought about that "gift" here. To make a long story short, I was not impressed. It felt like the gift lacked a certain special/unique appeal that they usually have.

Turns out that WASN'T the actual gift! Kinda bittersweet, I have to admit that the Canucks organization weren't putting out a simple magazine as the gift (and eat my words) BUT! I instead get a super sweet thank you gift. I'm glad my dad still thinks of me and my collection addiction and hands these on to me, they really are a treat!

So let's look at it!

The package came in this blue matte finished box with a foiled Vancouver Canucks logo and the ever famous Vancouverite slogan "We Are All Canucks". Classy. Checkmark. 

Inside was this folder that contained a couple brochures. One was full of information of how to renew your season tickets (which I handed to my father with a smile). The other brochure contained full page photos and captions from the year thus far. There are some really cool shots in this thing and it kinda gives me goosebumps thinking about the play-offs. 

Let's take a look at my top three favourite shots from the booklet. this was definitely made BEFORE the trade deadline. There is rookie Cody Hodgson doing a post-game interview. This only makes me sad, but it still is one of my favourites. On a side note, I'm working on making a trade for the Artifacts Cody Hodgson redemption numbered to /99! Hope I get it, I just hope I'm not counting my chickens before they hatch. Moving on...

This picture I thought would have a really cool affect on you TTM'ers out there. That is Dan Hamhuis signing hockey cards (with some wrapped in a rubber band...yikes!) Look at all that fan mail eh? But what I found really interesting was how the hockey cards travelled with him around North America. It's funny how hockey cards do more travelling then humans. Also I don't see any letter anywhere, is he even reading them? I hope so, I know if I ever tried to TTM I would put time and effort and hope it would even be scanned through. Anyhoo, I thought it was interesting and thought you might find it to. 

This is the very last picture in the entire booklet and it sends chills down my spine. I can feel and hear the atmosphere of the crowd just looking at it. Looking at this only makes me more excited about the play-offs. 

Overall, I'm really happy to put this in my Vancouver Canucks memorabilia collection. I'm really starting to collect a mini museum of cool Nucks stuff. It's fun and I wouldn't wanna quit it ever.

More then ever, I leave you with this...


Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Welcome Kyle!

Recently I've come across a new blog and the author is a great guy. Kyle is a student from Ontario and he just decided to start his own blog. From what I know he is a Pittsburgh Penguins, Evgeni Malkin and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins fan (among other teams and players).

His new blog is called Beware the Hockey Card Closet and he's still fixing it up and getting all purdy for his second post. Give it some love readers!

Congrats Kyle and welcome!


Saturday, March 17, 2012

WHAT DOES 25 BUCKS GETCHA? (Card 3 - Part 4) My New PC

This final card from my third 25 dollar pre-paid credit card comes with a new announcement. Yup, the title says it all, a new part of my collection is being officially created. I'm sure the anticipation is killing you...

I've decided to start a player collection of former Canucks goaltender and childhood favourite - Dan Cloutier. There are a few reasons why I decided to make Dan Cloutier my new player collection along with Cody Hodgson.

First, like I mentioned before he was the first guy to be a stand out favourite player as a kid. So that in itself is a reason to be dedicated to collecting his cards.

Second, I don't know of many other Cloutier collectors out there so competition for his cards can't be that stiff.

That leads me to my third reason, because of the lack of need, the price on his cards are lower than a lot of other players. That's great considering my hockey card budget.

Also he is retired which means he doesn't have many (if any) cards coming up on recent sets. That gives me time and focus to collect what he already has out there and not looking too far ahead in the future.

Last but not least I already have a good "core" when it comes to collecting Cloutiers. The 30+ cards (1 GU and 2 AUTO's) are a healthy start to the cause.

Oh ya, there is a card to show in this post. Take a look ladies and gents a nice addition to my Goalie Project as well as my brand new Dan Cloutier PC:

This card is made by ITG and is part of the BAP set (when they had the rights to the set). Nothing to special about the card design or texture but there are other reasons why I bought this card. 

The signature kinda has a TTM "sign wherever you like" kinda feel to it. There aren't many of those out there these days. There's usually always either a spot to sign or a sticker AUTO. And what an autograph this is! I forgot to mention before but I love Dan Cloutiers signature. I think it's unique and always looks well done. I think that's also very important when picking a player to collect full time. 

You'll also notice that Cloutier is in his Lightning gear so this card was produced before he made his way into the Canucks organization. 

Very happy about this card and very excited about where this Dan Cloutier collection will go! 

I'm still in the process of deciding what look I like for my Hodgson PC website and once I get that fixed and under control, I'll be making an identical site for my Cloutier PC.

One decision I have to make is; do I pull out my Cloutier cards out of my Goalie Project binder and into a binder all by itself? I think so, but what have you done in these situations?

Do you think this new PC is a good decision? What tips do you have when it comes to collecting TWO different players?

2011-12 Black Diamond Richard Brodeur "Dual Jersey" - $0.99 (+ 2.50 shipping)
2011-12 Certified Yann Sauve "Freshman Signatures" - $1.24 (+ 2.48 shipping)
2010-11 Ultimate Hockey Sedins "Ultimate Duos" /50 - $0.99 (+3.49 shipping)
2011-12 OPC Retro Cody Hodgson RC - $4.99 (+3.05 shipping)
1999-00 BAP Millennium "Signatures" Dan Cloutier - $2.50 (+2.50 shipping)
+ $0.27




Friday, March 9, 2012

What A Custom! Thanks Brett!

Anyone who reads my blog I'm sure has been reading MY HOCKEY CARD OBSESSION for some time before. Brett (the author) continues to put up some outstanding articles and thought provoking issues surrounding hockey cards and hockey in general.

Recently, Brett has been making some AMAZING progress with his custom card designs. I mean it when I say it is some beautiful work. He just made a Gordie Howe AUTO card that blew my mind, I don't know how a card company hasn't snatched this guy up yet.

About a couple of months ago I asked if he accepted requests, the AUTO I handed him was this:

It's of Daniel Sedin and it's on the back of a business card. I'm always a fan of IP AUTO's but there's something about a card design that makes an AUTO that much more special. 

Brett accepted this challenge and was super accommodating with what I was looking for in the card. I gave my two cents but I really wanted him to have his own creative expression because I knew what he was capable of and let me say, he didn't disappoint! 

A scan wasn't doing the card justice so this photo is the closest thing to seeing it in person. What a good job eh?! It's hard to see but the "V" background has a jersey feel to it and this card just screams Vancouver Canucks. I was very happy Brett was able to include the "To Michael; from:" in the AUTO as I'm a big fan of personalized autographs. 

But the goodness doesn't stop here...

My first reaction to the back of the card was "Holy crap, Brett did this??" Yup he did, and what a great job! Classy, well coloured, nice texture, and as always a well written paragraph. This honestly looks like a professionally made card and I could't be more happy with it!

Nothing else to say but THANK YOU BRETT! 

As a side note, I'm blogging to you from the beautiful state of Hawaii. ALOHA!


Wednesday, March 7, 2012

GAME DAY - March 3rd, 2012 - Canucks vs. Buffalo

This post is a little bit late as it is four days after the game but I still have a few stories and a little bit of a background about this game. But first, let's take a look at the ticket stub and the program (two things I've been collecting for years).

Same seats, but a very different game. Obviously the biggest story going around town was Cody Hodgson vs Zack Kassian. If you caught the highlights or watched the game in it's entirety you will know that Kassian was the big winner on this night. He got a big assist and an even bigger goal and put the Canucks in the game for a short period of time.  

The Canucks didn't really ever have the odds in their favour the entire game. In fact just 55 seconds in Luongo let a weak goal in (five hole) followed by 2 more goals in under 5 minutes. So right of the bat the Canucks Luongo dug a hole that ended up growing and became nearly impossible to overcome. 

Like I said though Kassian did provide a glimmer of hope. In fact it was 4-2 and big Zack scored to bring the Canucks within a goal with only 3 minutes left. But the Canucks had bad timing when pulling the goalie and the Sabres locked up a win with an empty netter.

Overall it was another fun game with my dad. Although the Canucks didn't get the outcome the city wanted it was still a fantastic game to watch. It was definitely a roller coaster ride of emotions and the fans lived and died by the score.

Stay tuned for another post later on tonight. I got a really cool card in the mail today that I have to share before I leave on vacation tomorrow!


Saturday, March 3, 2012


I know you might be kinda shocked at the title you just read up top. But it is EXACTLY as it seems. Let me explain. A few weeks back (maybe even a month) when Panini had released this years Crown Royale product, they did a four box break on their site. I saw some really cool cards come out of the box and was overall pretty impressed as I've always seen Crown Royale as a unique and highly distinguishable product.

Long story short, they made it into a casual contest and said to write a comment on what you thought of the product. If they selected your comment as "one of the best" they would send you some of the hits from the box. The post was already a couple days old and only had 20 or so comments so I put in my two cents concluding with this pun: "this was a  ROYALLY good product".

So I guess Panini liked what I said and shortly after awarded me as a contest winner. I e-mailed them my shipping address and yesterday a nice big package came in the mail for me. I knew right away it was from Panini and opened it up expecting some of the cards from the break I saw online to be inside. Instead I found this...

WOOT WOOT! A free box of hockey cards! Plus it's a mid-high range product that I would have probably never forked out a 100 bucks for. SWEEEEEET! Just knowing this box was 100% free and that there was no pressure to "get what I paid for" was awesome. Hell, even if I pulled a bunch of crap it wouldn't have bothered me (that much).

Anyways let's get to the break!

I pulled 11 regular base cards. This Alex Ovechkin is my favourite of the bunch. You've all seen and dealt with these cards before. Love the texture, cut, and design of these cards all around.

I pulled one Legends base card. Stevey-Y isn't a bad card to pull. Only difference between the regular base and this is the black and white photo.

Contained in every 4 pack box is a red parallel base card. Of course I pulled a Chicago Blackhawks parallel. These parallels are not numbered.

Next I received one RC of Harri Sateri. Don't know who the heck he is but he has one sick mask!

I pulled two inserts, this first one is of who other then my mortal enemy Patrick Kane. It's okay though I'm not that mad, did I mention this box was free? :)

Okay this makes up for the Kane card big time. Gabriel Landeskog is a big rookie with his eyes on the Calder trophy (as the card points out). Nice rookie to pick up out of this year's crop, although a CoHo would've been nice.

Now onto the hits. Just to put you through the same thought process I had I'll put the hits in the order I pulled them. Starting with pack #1...

I was stoked to pull this bad boy! I love the die-cut technology they used on a thicker GU card. You feel like this is a quality card. Nice sharp edges and corners and the swatch is a nice dark blue! Definitely happy to pull the most unique GU concept I've seen this year!

Even better! My first ever GU AUTO combination on a hockey card! Plus it's of a rookie and it's numbered to /100 copies! The few downsides to this card are the sticker AUTO and the fact it's a very poor quality signature. But still this card is pretty sweet! I'll take it any day of the week!

Pack three led to the most basic of all the hits. But there is a nice upside to this card. First is the player. JVR has been decent for the Flyers in his short career and I'm a fan. Plus the swatch of jersey is bright orange instead of a boring white. Definitely the most vibrant of my entire GU collection. 

Finally pack four unleashed Big Joe! Obviously this is the biggest name of the break and it comes with a fairly fancy looking AUTO. Nice penmanship Joe. This card is also numbered to /99 copies.

Overall, this was a short but super exciting box break. I can't thank Panini enough for giving a guy like me the opportunity to break a box I probably would've never been able to! Cool cards, fun break and awesome product!

Finally, I've seen some box break's of Crown Royale here and there but what is your overall reaction to this product? Have you any received cards from free from a big company like Upper Deck, ITG, Panini etc.? 

I also just came home from the Canucks vs. Buffalo game (this was in the draft file since this morning) so look forward to a "Game Day" post in the next couple days. 


Thursday, March 1, 2012

TOP 60 CARDS - The Final 10

After a VERY long run, the top 60 cards series ends here. But we're finishing strong. I have stories and background behind all these cards coming up. Some I've had ever since I remember collecting and some have been added within the year. Let's get to it!

#10 - 1971-72 OPC Rosaire Paiement (#233)

This is a prime example of how a card can mean nothing to somebody and at the same time it can mean the world to someone else. To most non-Canucks fans and general collectors this card could even be seen as a expendable card in their collection, not for me! This card was like getting a piece of history. I received this card when my collection was relatively small and definitely didn't have anything past the 1989-90 season. To receive a card from the 70's was a HUGE deal! Especially when the Canucks were in their "throwback" uniforms.

This card was one man's trash and now it is my treasure.

#9 - 1983-84 OPC John Garrett (#349)

I think it's fairly obvious why this card fits into my top 10. My first impression of this card is "What an ugly yet beautiful jersey and mask". Again, to most this combo is one of the most horrendous combo's they've seen. But not to me. To me this is the heart of my team; and that's a classic!

However this card also carries a story behind it. As you may or may not know, MY HOCKEY CARD OBSESSION was the reason I got back into "hardcore" collecting again (for lack of a better word). His blog is was the inspiration for mine, and it has really become something I thoroughly enjoy and look forward to. It helps me organize myself, share my thoughts and most importantly learn new things about the sport and hobby I love everyday! Anyways, when I was starting up he sent me a massive collection of Canucks goalie cards to help me with my Goalie Project and that was my first taste of the generosity of the blogging world. 

Also to all the others that have helped me out, I would also like to quickly thank you all (you know who you are)!

#8 - 1991-92 UD Niklas Lidstrom "Young Guns"

This is a card I found in my uncles old collection that I swore I would never let go of, and I haven't. But in the past I kept it because I thought it would be worth a lot of money (the innocence of youth). Now I still cherish it but, it's because of it's historic value and because it looks kick ass! Everything about this card is cool and that is the only reason I have to put it this high in my top 10. But it's my top 10 and I can do what I want :). 

#7 - 1981-82 OPC Edmonton Oiler TL (#126)

The oldest Gretzky I have is actually not a Gretzky card at all. But when you score 164 points I'm pretty sure you can say this is your card. I've never HATED the Oilers even when they were good and competitive rivals of the Canucks (although I have disliked them at times). So this card gets a well deserved "numero sept" in my top 10.

#6/#5 - 2006-07 BAP Luc Bourdon (#203) [+ AUTO /10]

This card has been mentioned numerous time here at C4K. If you want the full summary you can click HERE. But the real beauty out of the two, is one I just recently acquired and was luckily able to sneak into my top 10.

This card will NEVER lose it's value to me. I can't even put to words how much this card means to me. To have this truly rare piece of history of this young mans life is incredible and I still mourn his death to this day. 

#4 - 2007-08 UD Masterpiece Richard Brodeur (Event-Used - Brown)

No doubt one of my all-time favourite sets and one of my all time favourite Canucks. Everything about this card is right. The colour scheme, the foil accents, the artists rendition picture, the fade into the background and the texture is perfect! This is certainly a card that I truly appreciate and feel that it was well thought out. 

#3 - 2008-09 OPC Luongo/Ohlund/Edler "Triple Materials"

This card was given to me awhile back and was a huge surprise and obviously remains one of my favourites! If you haven't already passed by SHOEBOX LEGENDS (which I'm sure you have) do so now! I always love passing by and reading some really nice write-ups on some jaw-dropping cards. 

Anyways back to the card, as you can see all three swatches seem to come from different parts of the jersey. Luongo's come from a dark blue/black part of maybe a 2006-07 Canucks jersey? Ohlund's is thinner and probably comes from a "breathable" part of a jersey. Whereas Edler's is thicker and more...pillow-like...most likely it came from somewhere near the logo where the material is a little comfier. Am I the only person that wonders what part of the jersey the swatches come from?

#2 - 2006-07 BTP Emile "Cat" Francis "Autographs"

First are a big deal to me in collecting. Like anything in life, it's exciting to accomplish something for the first time. This was/is my first graded hockey card. I was extremely excited to get this card for the price I did and was even happier when I saw this AUTO in person. This thing is a beauty! I love when players take their time when signing and really do it carefully. This HOF (builder) did just that. Plus he played for the Canucks! Go HERE for more info on Emile, it gives me chills thinking he played in the 40's and 50's and I have his autograph!

#1 - 2010-11 BTP Kirk McLean "Autographs"

Finally the number one card in my collection comes from a goalie that lead the Canucks to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1994! Kirk McLean otherwise know as Captain Kirk was quite a thrilling pull last year in my box break of Between the Pipes! Technically I was suppose to get 2 AUTO's and 2 GU, but McLean was thrown in as an extra goodie and boy oh boy am I ever happy that happened. 

Memorable break, memorable AUTO, memorable player. This is my favourite card I own!

1. 2010-11 BTP Kirk McLean "Autographs"
2. 2006-07 BTP Emile "Cat" Francis "Autographs"
3. 2008-09 OPC Luongo/Ohlund/Edler "Triple Materials" 
4. 2007-08 UD Masterpiece Richard Brodeur "Event Used-Brown"
5. 2006-07 BAP Luc Bourdon RC AUTO /10
6. 2006-07 BAP Luc Bourdon RC
7. 1981-82 OPC Edmonton Oilers TL
8. 1991-92 UD Niklas Lidstrom "Young Guns"
9. 1983-84 OPC John Garrett
10. 1971-72 OPC Rosaire Paiement
11. 2010-11 Jumbo Dave Babych AUTO
12. Oldtimers Card Richard Brodeur AUTO
13. 2003-04 Jumbo Dan Cloutier AUTO
14. 1999-00 SP Authentic Roberto Luongo RC
15. 2003-04 UD Matt Cooke
16. 2010-11 Score Bobby Butler AUTO
17. 1975-76 Topps Gary Smith 
18. 1984-95 OPC Murray Bannerman
19. 2002 ITG "Signature Series" Daniel Sedin
20. 2010-11 BTP "Golden Goalies - Black" Martin Brodeur /80
21. 1991-92 Pavel Bure RC
22. 1992-93 "Rookie Report" Dominik Hasek
23. 1993-94 Pinnacle Markus Naslund RC
24. 1993-94 UD Chris Pronger
25. 1991-92 UD Lafleur's Farewell
26. Gilbert Perreault AUTO
27. 2007-08 "Ultra Uniformity" Daniel Sedin
28. 2010-11 Score "SSP Hot Rookies" Tyler Seguin
29. 2010-11 BTP "GU Jersey - Silver" Jordan Binnington /30
30. 1992-93 UD Scott Niedermayer RC (x2)
31. 1998-99 Black Diamond Mattius Ohlund RC /1000
32. 2005-06 UD Todd Bertuzzi 
33. 1992-93 UD Patrick Roy
34. 1992-93 UD Mario Lemieux "Conn Smythe"
35. 1991-92 UD Ed Belfour "ART"
36. 1994-95 Pinnacle "World Juniors" Dan Cloutier
37. 1996-97 Metal Universe Alex Mogilny
38. 2009-10 Ultimate Collection Henrik Zetterberg /499
39. 2010-11 Score "Snow Globe" Alex Ovechkin
40. 2010-11 Score "Hot Rookies" P.K Subban
41. 2010-11 Score "Hot Rookies" Nazem Kadri 
42. 1992-93 UD "Bloodlines" Trevor & Jamie Linden
43. 1992-93 UD "Profiles" Doug Gilmoure
44. 1991-92 UD John Tanner
45. 2003-04 Pacific McDonalds "Saturday NIght Rivals" Lalime / Belfour
46. 2002-03 Pacific McDonalds "Net-Fusions" Dominik Hasek
47. 2003-04 Canucks Fin Postcard (SIGNED)
48. 1992-93 "Profiles" Darius Kasperaitis
49. 1992-93 "Profiles" Alexei Kovalev
50. 1993-94 UD Kirk Muller
51. 2006-07 BAP RC AUTO Patrick O'Sullivan /10
52. 1990-91 Score Jan Erixon
53. 2007-08 UD McDonalds "In the Crease" Ryan Miller
54. 1994-95 Pinnacle Sylvain Turgeon (ft. Patrick Kane)
55. 2002-03 Pacific McDonalds "Net-Fusions" Evgeni Nabokov
56. 1994-95 Pinnacle Doug Lidster
57. 1990-91 Score / 1995-96 Topps - Oilers / Devils Stanley Cup
58. 1992-93 UD Jim Hrivnak
59. 1990-91 Topps Grant Fuhr
60. 1990-91 Bowman Daren Puppa

There you have it folks! After a very long time my top 60 cards have been completed. What was your favourite card in the entire 60 card series?