Break Type: Team Buy
Break Includes: 12 Hobby Boxes
6 BOX 1/2 CASE OF 16/17 SERIES 1
6 BOX 1/2 CASE OF 16/17 SERIES 2
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HOW A CARD IS ASSIGNED TO A TEAM:
Winning team is determined by the logo on the back of the card, if there is no logo on the back, the logo or team crest shown on the front of the card will be used to award the card.
For Olympic, World Juniors, World Cup, All-Star ECT. The winner is determined by the players’ current NHL team, or draft team. If the player is retired or not playing in the NHL any longer the card is awarded to which team they played for most.
Teams that have relocated will be handled in the following manner;
Quebec Nordiques => Colorado Avalanche
Hartford Whalers => Carolina Hurricanes
“Old” Winnipeg Jets => Arizona Coyotes
Minnesota North Stars => Dallas Stars
Atlanta Thrashers => Winnipeg Jets
Colorado Rockies => New Jersey Devils
Cards with multiple teams will be randomized 3 times via random.org to determine who the card is awarded too.
Release Date: 2/15/2017
Product Configuration: 8 cards per pack, 24 packs per box, 12 boxes per case
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Hobby Box Break
- 6 Young Guns Rookies
- 4 UD Canvas
- 4 UD Portraits Rookies
- 1 OPC Update
- 4 OPC Update Rookies
2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Hobby Case Break
- 4 Clear Cut PETG Parallels
- 6 UD Canvas Young Guns
Filling in the gaps from Series 1, 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey covers most of the missing players and rookie holdovers. The flagship UD set is again led by Young Guns, which fall six per box, and includes rookie star Patrik Laine.
Built around the base set and Young Guns subset (1:4 packs), 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey offers multiple parallels of varying rarity. Among these are High Gloss and Exclusive parallels along with hobby-only Clear Cut PETG parallels, averaging 1:3 boxes.
Adding to the base cards, UD Canvas also has a main set alongside a Young Guns subset. The base Canvas cards average 1:7 packs while Canvas Young Guns are more rare at 1:48 packs. Much tougher to hit are Team Canada POE (1:192) and Retired Stars (1:192) Canvas.
Although 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey skews more to the set builders, rare hits are also in play. Signed options include limited 1,000 Point Club Autographs (#/100) and Autograph Jerseys (#/10), UD Signatures (1:576 packs), and O-Pee-Chee Update Signatures (1:576 packs). A rare UD Canvas Autograph for Pavel Bure has only ten copies.
In addition, memorabilia hits include Rookie Materials (1:72 packs) and Patch (#/25), UD Game Jerseys (1:72 packs) and Patch (#/15), and 1,000 Point Club Jerseys (1:864 packs).
Young Guns may overshadow the other rookie inserts, but the first-year players also see additional coverage. Rookie Breakouts features acetate stock and a print run of 100 copies. Meanwhile, UP Portraits Rookies (1:6 packs) includes 50 subjects along with serial numbered Gold Foil (#/99) and Platinum Blue (#/25) parallels. A rare inclusion celebrating the ’15-16 champs, Day With the Cup falls 1:1,000 packs.
Not just updating Series 1, 2016-17 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey also brings collectors an update to 2016-17 O-Pee-Chee. This includes base Update and Rookies with Retro cards. Hobby-only Red Border parallels are joined by Rainbow Foil and Black Border (#/100).