Upper Deck is releasing its redemption-free, Team Canada Master Collection hockey set on August 26.
Produced in smaller quantities and sold to a smaller audience, vintage O-Pee-Chee baseball cards are gaining respect and have even become one American dealer’s focus.
The Postal Service has raised its rates on some services and is now offering delivery confirmation for free on some–but if you’re mailing to Canada, you’d better start accounting for a sizable hike.
The players are playing and the green light is on for Upper Deck’s National Hockey Card Day promotion. Two separate events–and sets–are planned for the U.S. and Canada.
What many consider to be the most important game-worn jersey in Canada’s hockey history may break the bank.
Jerseys worn by Team USA in this year’s Winter Olympics will help aid earthquake victims in Haiti.
The NHLPA’s auction of game-worn Olympic hockey jerseys is off to a fast start.
The NHL Players Association kicks off its latest effort to raise money for Haiti earthquake relief.
One of Bobby Orr’s rookie jerseys has quite a story to tell as it heads for auction.
In the Game was hoping its efforts would mean some NHL licensing love, but it didn’t happen.
Items from Canada’s Olympic hockey run are still selling like hotcakes–and so is everything else from the Games.
Heritage Auctions will cover all four sports in its auction of vintage sports cards and memorabilia this month.
Psst…wanna buy a hockey jersey that has that new car smell?
Next month’s 3-day sports card show near Cleveland will focus on the vintage angle.
An American collector has acquired a nice slice of Canada’s hockey history.
The eventual game-winner off the stick of Sidney Crosby is going to the Hockey Hall of Fame, but collectors and fans can still bid on pucks from the overtime period of the Olympic gold medal game between the US and Canada.
A young hockey nut’s insatiable desire for pucks.
Some Canadian hockey stores are drawing props for their business savvy and collector friendliness.
A 1957 Parkhurst hockey set made it to a Canadian post office, but then what?