One of the more unique and sharp-looking hockey card products to come down the pike in a while was released on Wednesday. A list of the most watched 2014-15 Upper Deck Ice cards is below.
The entire set of 210 cards is done on acetate stock, which actually does make it look like, well, ice. It’s a higher end product with stars, rookies and legends having signed autographs for random insertion.
On average, you should pull one autographed acetate card, one memorabilia card, one Upper Deck Black, three Ice Premieres rookies, one World Juniors and four single-printed goalie (1 in every 3 packs) or Legends (1 in every 7 packs) cards.
Here’s the breakdown on some of the other inserts:
World Jrs. Tier 3 (16 cards, #’d of 1,249)
World Jrs. Tier 2 (3 cards, #’d of 749)
World Jrs. Tier 1 (2 cards, #’d of 249)
Ice Premieres Tier 4 RC’s (36 cards, #’d of 799)
Ice Premieres Tier 3 RC’s (24 cards, #’d of 499)
Ice Premieres Tier 2 RC’s (6 cards, #’d of 299)
Ice Premieres Tier 1 RC’s (15 cards, #’d of 99)
Ice Premieres Auto Patch Variations Glacial Graphs, Signature Swatches, & Rinkside Signings are other cards to look for.
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