Flashback Product: 2013-14 NHL The Cup is LOADED with Key Rookies – It’s true. A look at the number of rookie cards of key players contained on the 2013-14 NHL The Cup – Rookies Checklist is simply staggering. The number of players who have contributed significantly to their teams during the 2014-15 NHL regular and post-seasons, makes 2013-14 NHL The Cup from Upper Deck a product worthy of purchase consideration from an investment standpoint.
2013-14 Upper Deck The Cup Hockey delivers (1) Autographed Rookie Patch Card, (1) NHL Star or (2nd) Rookie Autographed Patch Card plus (1) Signature, Memorabilia or Low #’d Parallel in Every Tin!
Product highlights include Limited Logos (the must have of standard patch cards!); Multi-Player Shield Cards, Shadowbox-Style Brilliance Autographs (including many Rookies!), Dual Auto Rookie Booklets & Autographed Rookie Gear! 13-14 Cup Hockey showcases the Best of the Best from the Double Rookie Class!
Here is a look at some of the key players, currently on the rosters of playoff teams, whose rookie cards can be found in tins/boxes of 2013-14 NHL The Cup. After the gallery, we have even more player rookie cards to show you. Many are already stars in their own right and it will only be a matter of time before they help lead their respective teams to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Flashback Product: 2013-14 NHL The Cup is LOADED with Key Rookies Gallery
These are just the players whose teams made it to the post season this year. However, other current and emerging stars have rookie cards in the product. Also included on the 2013-14 NHL The Cup – Rookies Checklist are players like:
- Tyler Toffoli – Los Angeles Kings
- Ryan Spooner, Dougie Hamilton – Boston Bruins
- Jonathan Huberdeau – Florida Panthers
- Valeri Nichushkin – Dallas Stars
- Nail Yakupov – Edmonton Oilers
- Nathan MacKinnon – Colorado Avalanche
Due to the NHL labor dispute of a few years ago, hockey card products from 2013-14, include the much publicized, Dual Rookie Class. What this means to collectors is a rare opportunity to corner the market on key cards from a large number of rookie players.
When it comes to speculating and investing in hockey rookie cards, Upper Deck’s The Cup, has always provided solid returns and recurring upside.