Wednesday, 16 October 2019

2019 Adventures in Repacks: Part 27.2 - A Week's Worth

Today, and for the next 3 days, I'll be showing off cards from some Dollarama 80 card repacks. Hockey today and tomorrow, the baseball on Friday and Saturday.
2017 UD - Rasmus Ristolainen - I grabbed this repack because this was the visible card, which I surprisingly didn't pick up when it was a fresher release.
2015 UD - Series 2 Checklist (Price & Zetterberg)
2017 SPA - Ryan Strome
1991 OPC - Pete Peeters
1991 Score - Dan Quinn
1991 Parkhurst - Ken Wregget
1994 Score - Andrei Nazarov - 1994 Score is probably close to the top in terms of fugly designs that look even worse outside of that era.
1994 Donruss - Darius Kasparaitis
1995 Bowman - Denis Pederson - A set I'd completely forgotten about.
1993 Ultra - Bryan Marchment
1994 Score - Jason Bonsignore - Fugly.
1994 Premier - Trent Klatt
1989 OPC - Steve Larmer
1991 UD - Peter Stastny
1992 UD - Dieter Hegen
1993 Classic - Rob Niedermayer - The foilest card of the repack, with it standing out more than the Pederson.
1989 OPC - Reggie Lemelin
1990 Pro Set - John Ogrodnick
1990 Topps - Troy Mallette
2002 Total - Tomas Kaberle - My favourite photo in this repack, with Kaberle sporting a throwback Toronto St. Pats uni.
1994 Finest - Jussi Markkanen - Didn't debut in the NHL until the 2001 season, so this emphatically counts as a pre-rookie card.
1990 Pro Set - Steve Bozek
2006 ITG Going for the Gold - Joe Thornton
2000 UD - Donald Audette
2007 Between the Pipes - Richard Brodeur - From a modern throwback, to a photo with an actual old-school jersey.
1990 Bowman - Adam Oates
1990 Bowman - Dale Hawerchuk
1990 Bowman - Pat LaFontaine
1994 Donruss - Scott Levins
1994 Score - Al Iafrate - Fugly.
1989 OPC - Dale Hunter
1993 UD - Alexander Semak
1994 Ultra - Alexei Kovalev
1990 UD - Keith Primeau
1991 Parkhurst - Tony Tanti
1992 Bowman - Craig McTavish - Helmetless mojo!
1989 OPC - Dave Hannan
1990 Pro Set - Shane Churla
2011 BTP - Antti Niemi

2015 UD - Evgeni Malkin - And there's 40 cards.

A couple interesting cards with the Brodeur, Kaberle and the Ristolainen. That's not really enough. Will the second half be any better?

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