Yesterday, in a weak moment, I bought a box of 2007-2008 Upper Deck MVP hockey cards. I knew that if I bought a box, that I’d have to get at least one more to complete a base set. But I’ve always enjoyed opening packs, so I gave in to the Dark Side.
I won’t post a review of this year’s MVP until I get at least a complete base set.
In the meantime, here’s my breakdown of what I got in the 24-pack box.
Base set & Rookies:
- 165 Base cards
- 12 MVP Rookies (1:2 packs)
- Rookie Redemption card (good for 3 RCs)
- 1 One-on-One Jersey (dual swatch card featuring J.S. Giguere and Dan Cloutier…the Giguere swatch was 2-color)
- 1 Gold Scripts parallel /100 (Chris Drury 34/100)
- 1 Super Scripts parallel /25 (Roman Hamrlik 9/25)
- 2 Game Faces (Forsberg, Jagr)
- 2 Hart Candidates (Heatly, Kiprusoff)
- 4 New World Order (Kopitar, Mikko Koivu, Ovechkin, Parise)
- 4 Monumental Moments (Crosby, Recchi, Scott Niedermayer, Briere)
Not a bad assortment for one box. But insert cards these days–other than jersey cards–always look so 1990s. While I like cards from that decade, the inserts these days aren’t anything to get too excited about. The New World Order cards look like something Fleer Ultra did ten years ago.
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