Break Type: Team Buy
Break Includes: 10 BOX Inner OF 16/17 Upper Deck ICE
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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: 4/12/2017
Product Configuration: 4 cards per pack, 6 packs per box, 20 boxes per case (2 inners)
2016-17 Upper Deck Ice Hockey Hobby Box Break
1 Memorabilia Card or Exquisite Collection Insert
2 Ice Premieres Rookie Cards
1 Sub Zero Insert
1 Ice Champions, Ice Premieres or World Juniors Insert
Slightly dropping the total cards per box from 2015-16, collectors can find one hard-signed autograph in every 2016-17 Upper Deck Ice Hockey box along with one relic or Exquisite insert and two Ice Premieres rookie cards.
Kicking things off is the 100-card base set with acetate stock. An annual favorite for hockey fans, the limited and valuable Ice Premieres average two per box with multiple versions for top rookies: Level 5 – #/1299, Level 4 – #/999, Level 3 – #/499, Level 2 – #/249, and Level 1 – #/99. Taking that a step further are Ice Premieres Autographs (#’d from to 299 to 25 copies) and Ice Premieres Autographed Patches (#/10).
2016-17 Upper Deck Ice Hockey also includes autograph cards for current and former players with Glacial Graphs (1:45 packs), Rinkside Signings (1:56 packs), Signature Swatches (1:70 packs) and Superb Script (#/49 or #/25).
As far as the other hits, memorabilia inserts come in four different themes, and each has a limited Red parallel. Among these are Fresh Threads (1:20 packs), Frozen Fabrics (1:35 packs), Rookie Relic Jumbos (#/199) and the four-player Frozen Foursomes (1:151 packs) inserts.
Adding more quality inserts to 2016-17 Upper Deck Ice Hockey, Sub Zero (1:4 packs) is a new option that showcases a holographic acetate design. Returning to the hobby, Ice Champions drops at a rate of 1:80 packs and features a die-cut look. Additional inserts include World Juniors, found in Level 2 or Level 1 versions (#/699 or #/299).
Offering the second round of 2016-17 Exquisite Collection cards, 2016-17 Upper Deck Ice Hockey is also the place to find Exquisite Legends (#/99) and Exquisite Rookies (#/299 or #/199) base cards. Autographs include Exquisite Rookie Signatures (#/225 or #/125), Exquisite Material Signatures (#’d), and Exquisite Auto Tribute Rookies (#/25).