But there was a different type of repack for me. For $4, it was 50 cards, an unopened pack and some supplies. Cheap enough to take a risk with. I went for the one with the most interesting visible card, and that included five hard toploaders and a pack of 13-14 Score.
Starting with the cards.
1992 Upper Deck - Bret Hedican
1989 O-Pee-Chee - Marc Fortier
2009 O-Pee-Chee - Denis Grebeshkov
1992 Topps - Paul Fenton
1990 Pro Set - Roger Johansson
1991 Score Curtis Leschysyn
1999 Upper Deck - Jeff Friesen
1989 O-Pee-Chee - Mike Gartner
1993 Premier - Tommy Soderstrom
1991 Pro Set - Perry Anderson
2009 Upper Deck - Nicklas Backstrom
1990 Pro Set - Adam Creighton
1990 Score - Kevin Stevens
1991 O-Pee-Chee Russians - Igor Kravchuk
1990 Topps - Daniel Berthiaume
2013 Upper Deck Edmonton Oilers - Craig Simpson
1992 Upper Deck - Danny Felsner
2009 O-Pee-Chee - Steve Montador
1992 Topps - Mike Hudson
1990 Pro Set - Ric Nattress
2014 Upper Deck - Logan Couture
1995 Upper Deck - Roman Hamrlik
1991 Score - Troy Murray
1993 Premier - Rob Blake
1991 Pro Set - Bob McGill
1991 Topps - Mark Hunter
2009 Upper Deck - Chris Stewart
1990 Pro Set - Jeff Jackson
1990 Score - Gerard Gallant
1991 O-Pee-Chee Russians - Andrei Kovalenko
1990 Topps - Petr Svoboda - A 2/14 card, but unfortunately, a dupe.
2014 O-Pee-Chee - Ray Whitney - And that's 50.
I wasn't too crazy about the repeating sets, but other than that, no complaints about this portion.
As for the Score pack,
And that's a perfectly acceptable way to blow $4.