Off The Post: Chris Kreider Hockey Cards, New York Rangers – Selected with the 19th overall pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, Chris Kreider has been a steady offensive performer during his 10 seasons with the New York Rangers, but he took his game to an elite level this season.
The 31-year old Kreider had an unbelievable 2021-22 regular season, as he netted a career-high in goals (52) and points (77). He also tied his career-high in assists with 25. A two-time All-Star, Kreider became just the fourth player to score 50 goals in Rangers’ franchise history.
At 6-foot-3, 223 pounds, Kreider is a hard worker who excels in many areas, offensively and defensively, on the ice with his presence on the Rangers’ power-play being the one that stands out the most. His offensive presence has continued in the NHL Playoffs.
Kreider scored his sixth playoff goal, in what turned out to be the game-winner, in the Rangers’ 3-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 3 of their second-round series on Sunday afternoon. Even though they trail in the series 2-1, the victory gives the Rangers momentum as they prepare for Game 4.
In this audio clip (press the play button below), captured by our own Russ Cohen, Kreider talked about his goalie Igor Shesterkin, his goal, some new lineup modifications, and what went on at the end of the game at Madison Square Garden.
Off The Post: Chris Kreider Hockey Cards, New York Rangers – Card Facts
Kreider’s official NHL rookie cards can be found in 2012-13 Upper Deck and Panini hockey card products. He has plenty of great looking rookie cards to collect.
For hockey card collectors interested in Kreider’s cards, there are a variety to choose from at varying prices on the secondary market. Like most hockey players, Kreider’s most popular rookie card is his 2012-13 Upper Deck Young Guns. However, he has some incredible autographed, parallel and relic cards to explore as well.
Kreider’s Young Guns rookie card comes in a few different forms: Base, UD Exclusives (/100) and UD Exclusives Spectrum (/10). The base card is the most popular, as it’s more affordable. A raw version currently sells in the $30 – $50 range, while a top-graded version (PSA 10) sells in the $450 – $500 range.
Here’s a look at Kreider’s Beckett Media Stats Zone.
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