Pacific Trading Cards lives on through Panini’s Crowne Royale brand.
The puck that made Wayne Gretzky the NHL’s all-time scoring leader was tucked away for years until the man who originally safeguarded it, brought it to market.
Upper Deck will offer a hockey card wrapper redemption program, hand out free autographs and offer
The New Jersey Devils honored their late former coach Pat Burns. Now, the team and the NHL are honoring him.
The 600-card set offers retro variations, autographs and jersey cards at less than $2 per pack.
In The Game will continue its celebration of 100 years of hockey card collecting with the January release of its traditional Heroes and Prospects set.
A game-worn jersey auction will benefit the two young daughters of a popular NHL figure who died suddenly last June.
Just hours after the death of former NHL coach Pat Burns, someone broke into the family car and stole signed hockey jerseys and other items.
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.
From game used jerseys to autographs and cards, younger collectors try to balance limited funds with a desire to build their collections.
Jim and AJ Ramsay are heading to Pittsburgh for the Winter Classic after discovering they needed only four cards to complete a Series One Upper Deck insert set while setting up their booth in Toronto.
The company will offer a trip to this year’s Winter Classic game and some autographed memorabilia to collectors who can complete a special variation set found in its 2010-11 product.
In a style that might have been right at home in the wild west days of the sports memorabilia hobby, everything inside–and outside–Philadelphia’s Spectrum was an all-you-can carry buffet for collectors and fans.
Upper Deck will trade autographed cards of hockey greats for your wrappers at the upcoming Toronto Show as its Priority Signings program returns.
Some fresh rookie cards and a limited quantities are what Panini is hoping will drive one of the company’s first hockey card products.
Pro hockey’s season gets underway with a renewed commitment to cancer prevention and research.
John Tavares, Antti Niemi and Matt Duchene headline trading card company’s final hockey release from last season which includes one autographed card per tin.
Some of the old hockey league’s memorable players are part of a new little card set aimed at paving the way for a more permanent WHA Hall of Fame.
NHL prospects get their pictures taken for upcoming hockey cards.
In The Game says a pair of Hockey Hall of Famers have signed on.