Go GTS Live – November 14th, 2019 – Russ Cohen’s NHL Rookie Ranks – Join hosts Ivan Lovegren of Watch the Breaks and Rob Bertrand, former host of Cardboard Connection Radio, for a fun-filled 2hours of the best trading card and memorabilia news and talk.

Go GTS Live is BACK with a brand new episode for November 14th, 2019. Ivan is off this week and Rob is flying solo. We kick things off with our weekly poll where we asked viewers which trading card manufacturer they think could benefit from a new sports league license.

Rob then moves on to cover all of this week’s news and notes from #TheHobby you love with “Hobby Happenings” for the week. Russ Cohen (@sportsology) joins the show for a hot seat interview. Russ gives us his top 5 NHL rookie rankings and sits in on our box break of 2019-20 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey.

Other box breaks this week include 2019 Panini Playoff Football and 2019-20 Panini Certified Basketball. As always, LIVE VIEWERS won cards from our breaks! The only way to #WinWithGTS is to watch LIVE!!

Stay tuned for “Hot in the Shop” a look ahead at next week’s releases. We also have an interview from Russ Cohen featuring MMA fighter Tito Ortiz. Thanks for watching! We’ll be back next week with a BRAND NEW episode!

All this and much more! Join us LIVE Thursday nights at 9pm EST on Twitch.tv/GoGTSLive  where we always GIVE AWAY the big hits from our breaks!

Go GTS Live – November 14th, 2019 – Russ Cohen’s NHL Rookie Ranks – FULL SHOW

GTS Distribution is proud to introduce The Hobby’s first LIVE web show dedicated to the sports and entertainment collectibles. Inspired by the quality content of the Cardboard Connection Radio Show, that stopped airing late in 2014, this interactive, video talk show will serve as the go-to resource for hobby related information. Viewers will be treated to the latest product information, news, trends and guest interviews. This web show will be the perfect platform to not only discuss the hobby and products, but also to see the latest offerings from each manufacturer. The show promises to be a positive, entertaining, informative and constructive resource for The Hobby.

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