Hobby Outposts from the North: Ode to Canadian Hobby Storytellers – Canadian personalities who can share incredible stories from the collectibles world are featured!
Hobby Outposts from the North
Hobby Outposts from the North: The Anomaly – 1985 Donruss Leaf Baseball -There’s no better time to relive one of the most unique Canadian longball products.
Hobby Outposts from the North – Women in the Hobby Roundtable: Hear from women at three companies about their stories and experiences in the collectibles world.
Hobby Outposts from the North – Big Game Analysis – Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Chiefs and Bucs comes down to two players – Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.
Hobby Outposts from the North: Trades and collections – the NHL saw one of the biggest trades in recent memory between the Winnipeg and Columbus Blue Jackets.
Hobby Outposts from The North: Last-minute gift guide – Last week, when getting ready to send off some holiday cards, I encountered the truth about the Covid-19 holidays – everything is going to be delayed.
Hobby Outposts from The North: Canada’s greatest athlete / doctor: Every year in Canada, a particular athlete is named as the best in our country and is given the Lou Marsh Award. This year, two athletes were named as recipients – Alphonso Davies, who had an incredible year on the pitch once again, and perhaps the most heartwarming OL to come across the gridiron in decades – Laurent Duvernay-Tardif.
Hobby Outposts from The North: Hockey’s biggest trade turns 25 – If you think the title of this entry refers to when Wayne Gretzky was sent packing to the Los Angeles Kings, you’re sadly mistaken.
Yes, the trade of The Great One was monumental. Yes, it affected the NHL’s growth in the southern US, particularly in California. But was it the most impactful trade in NHL history? No. That swap took place around this time, 25 years ago, when Patrick Roy was dealt to the Colorado Avalanche.
Hobby Outposts from the North: Boxers Wanted(?) – When sports card history looks back at 2020, it will naturally see the resurgence of the hobby, with one of the key aspects being the growth not only of population, but licenses as well.
Of late, the PGA announced its return to card shops while Formula 1 has its first-ever agreement in place. There are constant rumors swirling that other licenses will be announced, possibly before the end of the year. There are still some sports and entertainment properties out there that don’t have a card pact yet. The one that has not been talked about, yet could very easily have a product come together rather quickly, is boxing.
Hobby Outposts From the North: 2020 NBA Draft Report – Last night, the NBA held its annual graduation day as 60 college, high school and international players were selected by pro franchises.
This year’s Draft class is, in a way, more unknown without the exposure of the NCAA Final Four due to Covid-19, so we’ve mapped out the first round picks for you, which will help you as you holiday shop for next year’s big rookies.