What can you do to boost business when the players aren’t playing? Some business pros offer advice to one shop hit hard by the NHL lockout.
From autograph deals to pricey memorabilia from 40 years ago, the Summit Series remains red hot.
It’s not quite the nationwide promotion collectors got used to for nearly two full decades, but McDonald’s in Canada are back in hockey cards.
The new contract means Panini America will be able to include autograph and memorabilia trading cards of Howe in its hockey card products for the first time. Howe also will appear on the company’s packaging and promotional materials.
A collection of items from the collection of 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey player Ken Morrow, including some NHL game worn items, goes on the auction block starting today.
In The Game Trading Cards will have Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe, in its upcoming hockey card products, including autographs and memorabilia.
Like the subjects in the packs, In The Game Enforcers is heavy on hits.
Not everyone is afraid to dip a big toe into the uncertain waters of unopened packs on the auction giant.
A T206 Eddie Plank cracked the six-figure mark, while pre-War cards and memorabilia also scored in a major catalog auction.
Canadian media continues to be interested in an upcoming series of hockey cards. Former NHL player Bob Boughner is interviewed as a featured play on In The Game’s controversial set of ‘Enforcers’.
Hockey Hall of Famers Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull will do a combined public autograph signing in Florida this Saturday.
True collectors know the value of hockey cards from the modern era doesn’t begin and end with Gretzky.
Young guns, Heroes and a redemptionless autograph checklist highlight 2011-12 Upper Deck hockey.
A Canadian barber sold an old stick for less than $1,000 three years ago. It could bring seven figures to the new owner.
A man from Nova Scotia says his research leads him to believe that the hockey stick he owns could be olest known. Is it worth more than $1 million?
A Michigan hockey card collector latches on to a 1978-79 Canadiens mini Stanley Cup through a Panini Dominion promotion.
Wayne Gretzky has reached another milestone–this one having to do with birthdays–and the Canadian mint thought the time was right to give him some coins.
A program that uses hockey to help the rehab efforts of wounded soldiers will benefit from an auction being conducted by MeiGray.
…well, not the actual Cup. But it does have championship provenance.