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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Set: 1988 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #512 Mike Devereaux

"Can someone please give this guy a bat?" -Bplay

"I am pretty sure Mike played for my White Sox and every other team in the league. He just kept ‘hanging around’." -carthage44

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Friday, November 25, 2011

Set: 2006 Topps Total (Rate)

Card: #126 Joe Andruzzi / LeCharles Bentley / Ryan Tucker

"Topps cheats a little with these cards. Still not quite a 'Total' set with 3 players on a card." -Scott Sawyer

"Ah the 2006 Browns. 4-12 that year." -cynicalbuddha

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Thursday, November 24, 2011

Set: 1986 Topps (Rate)

Card: #377 Joe Carter

"If Topps would have had any sense of when to stop printing cards this set would be a true classic of design. There are just so many of them that you can't get away from them." -Scott Sawyer

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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Set: 2011-12 Score - Making An Entrance (Rate)

Card: #8 Nicklas Lidstrom

"Not as flashy as Bobby Orr or Paul Coffey. Not as tough as Chris Pronger. Just an out and out winner." -Scott Sawyer

"Best all around defensemen I've ever seen. Imagine a backline of Lidstrom and Bobby Orr!" -Mark G.

"I am pretty sure this guy has been playing as long as I have been alive (28 years)." -carthage44

"The 2011-12 season marks Nicklas' 20th season with Detroit Red Wings. So many superlatives can be used to describe his play eventually Hall of Famer will be tacked on to describe him." -Gunny

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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Set: 2000-01 Pacific Paramount (Rate)

Card: #100 Ryan Smyth

“This may be my favorite card design from a set I don't actually have a card from. I may have to look for a box online.” -Scott Sawyer

“I wish I was more into hockey but the strike many years ago made me lose what interest I had in the sport.” -carthage44

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Monday, November 21, 2011

Set: 1994 Bowman (Rate)

Card: #13 Chad Kreuter

“Chad is proud that his hair gel holds in place even when he takes off his catcher's mask.” -Scott Sawyer

“Chad looks like he just left a SuperCuts commercial shoot” –addysdaddy

“Kreuter was traded twice by the White Sox to the Angels. “ -cynicalbuddha

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Sunday, November 20, 2011

Set: 1991 Leaf (Rate)

Card: #517 Tom Henke

“Tom went on to play Mr. Fantastic in the next Fantastic 4 movie.” -Scott Sawyer

“The Terminator. Is the Blue Jays leader for all time saves.” –Mike

“Does anyone remember when these cards were "a step above" everything else out there?” –addysdaddy

“I had so many cards of Henke and I didn't even collect him. Seemed like he played forever.” -carthage44

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Saturday, November 19, 2011

Set: 2009-10 Upper Deck Champ's (Rate)

Card: #100 Dale Hawerchuk

“Dale Hawerchuk shown in this card wearing the uniform that the Jets wore when they joined the NHL the first time. I am thrilled that Winnipeg is back in the League this season! Maybe the NHL should expand again to Atlanta that way, after a few years, Quebec will get a team again.” -Gunny

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Friday, November 18, 2011

Set: 1992-93 Ultra (Rate)

Card: #83 Wayne Gretzky

“The Great One led the Kings to their only Stanley Cup Finals appearance in 1992-93. The Kings lost in the Finals to Montreal. Interestingly enough the Kings played all Canadian teams en route to the Cup Finals. They defeated Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto for the right to play for the Cup.” –Gunny

“The Great One!” –ashnsports

“Gretzky's last trip to the Stanley Cup Finals came in 92-93 with the Kings. After coming back from a 3-2 series deficit to beat the Leafs in 7 and taking the 1st game against the Habs, the Kings then ran out of gas and lost 4 straight games, giving Les Habitants their 24th Stanley Cup Championship. Gretzky finished the playoffs with 15 goals and 40 points in 24 games.” –Quintessence

“Truly and always The Great One.” –addysdaddy

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Thursday, November 17, 2011

Set: 1988-89 O-Pee-Chee (Rate)

Card: #93 Mark Messier

“1988-89 the season Gretzky moves to Los Angeles and Messier becomes the leader of the Oilers. Gretzky's Kings beat Messier's Oilers in the Smythe Division Semifinals 4 games to 3.” –Gunny

“When you think of Canadian cardboard you think of O-Pee-Chee and when you think of great Canadian hockey players Messier is right up there. Voted into the Hall of Fame in 2007, Messier is currently working with the New York Rangers.” –cynicalbuddha

“The man who single-handedly ended the greatest chant in sports history. Nine-teen For-ty!” –ashnsports

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