Wednesday, May 30, 2012

DAN CLOUTIER PC - 70 Card Lot (Part 1)

Over the next few weeks I'll be slowly but steadily showing off my new 70 card Cloutier lot I picked up a few weeks back. It's just the kind of statistic pumping lot I needed. It also promised 2 GU Cloutier cards along with an AUTO, all of which were not doubles in my collection.

Since I don't have a heck of a lot of time, let's look at one page of cards plus a GU hockey card.

As you can see this page has just about all the variety you can get. From vertical to horizontal to die-cut and chrome, base, parallel, insert etc. There are some really great action shots and designs in this bunch. My favourite card is actually the insert in the middle row to the left called "Showstoppers". It has a nice texture and looks really nice in person.

Most of the back designs flow with the front. As you can see from the bottom right card, that is a BTP redemption program. Cloutier's card was worth 1 point and if accumulated with others you would get some sort of redemption card.

Here is an extremely crooked scan of one of the GU Cloutier cards I picked up from the lot. I think this card is so poorly/cheese-ily designed that it looks cool. I especially like the early 2000's "*Authentic Game-Worn Jersey*" stamp of approval they put on the front. The jersey is all white and has a very heavy feel to it. You can tell it is not as breathable even compared to what we wear 10 years later.

That's it for today. As always check out my updated scans and stats at C4KCLOUTIER.

Finally, I'm going to go out and say that even though my Canucks didn't win and the favourites (the Rangers) got kicked out (which I had them in Casey's pool) I'm still sticking with a team for the SCF and that is the New Jersey Devils. Game just started too, so catch you later!



  1. Nice pickups! Always loved those titanium jerseys with the flaming background.

  2. Great pickups. Must have been fun going through all the cards.

    1. Yes it was fun indeed. There are some really neat looking cards and oddball cards I don't think I would ever have tracked down individually.