Upper Deck will offer a hockey card wrapper redemption program, hand out free autographs and offer
In The Game’s upcoming card set is all 80s all the time.
A lame “baseball card find” story, Bob Feller, The Industry Summit and a wacky video are part of this week’s collection of near mint tidbits.
They’re one of the sport’s marquee franchises, but times are tough for the Toronto Maple Leafs and that affects the guy who makes his living off their popularity.
The first 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team medal has sold for more than three times the original estimate.
The arena that saw hundreds of NHL games and was home to LeMieux, Jagr and Crosby is being sold off piece-by-piece.
Some Hall of Famers are on the guest list next month.
In The Game says a pair of Hockey Hall of Famers have signed on.
One of the NHL’s memorabilia partners is suing another company for breach of contract over bad checks.
A little game-worn history is made on the last night of an auction for one of hockey’s sports treasures.
The Sharks don’t want anyone profiting from their profits.
A Canadian company is putting up serious money for what’s considered the most famous jersey in that country’s hockey history.
A 12-year-old fan from Anaheim earns the opportunity to serve as an official Draft Runner during NHL’s Entry Draft event next weekend in L.A.
Go on, invest in your own stuff and give it some protection.
The season is over, but Upper Deck SP Authentic aims to keep hockey collectors satisfied.
An all-out push by Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame is aimed at keeping one of the country’s holiest hockey pieces out of private hands.
Preservationists in Canada are calling on the government to step up to the plate and buy one of the most famous pieces of hockey history.
As the puck drops on the Stanley Cup Finals, Upper Deck squeezes out one more hockey set.
What many consider to be the most important game-worn jersey in Canada’s hockey history may break the bank.
The NHL Players Association kicks off its latest effort to raise money for Haiti earthquake relief.