Here's some junk wax era cards. I kinda waver whether I like or dislike those Parkhurst entries. They're plenty hideous, but that's what you expect from something from the mid 90s.
That Dale Hunter is one of the more legible entries out of that Donruss release, where the only place the player's name would appear is in that silver portion. Hawerchuk's photo is actually pretty interesting, as he takes up only about 1/4 of the photo, but he's still maintaining control of the puck for a unique pic that wouldn't work if it was closely cropped or done horizontaly. DelGuidice does have one of my favourite errors among Pro Set's many errors in their hockey sets.
Since if you forget to change the column headers from a skater to a goaltender, you have the greatest player of all time.
Helmetless mojo! There's a keeper! There's also some pretty intense concentration on that Turgeon to make it another pretty nice looking photo on a card from 1990.
A base card isn't as unexpected an ending as the earlier Victory insert, but it still features a former MVP.
There you have it!