Darren McCarty has the most cards and a member of the "Grind Line"
Kris Draper, another member of the "Grind Line".
The last picture is a parallel. There are over 200 cards
on my wantlist that are Parallels. It keeps me searching.
An Ott surrounded by Otto's.
Our Hockey Hall of Famers
As you can see most of these cards were from the 90's.
Most of the cards I collect are from that decade.
It is by far, my most favorite decade for cards.
What is your favorite Decade?
I knew I'd seen some hockey bubbles. Just saw one on the back of a card, but I can't recall which one at the moment. When I find it again I'll let you know.ReplyDelete
In general, my favorite decade is the 1980s, but for sports card collecting you can't beat the '90s.
Favorite decade? Tough question. I'm assuming your question is specifically talking about cards, but even then I feel the need to break things down:ReplyDelete
Base Sets: 70's
Oddball Sets: 70's
Rookie Cards: 80's
Memorabilia Cards: 90's