1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay Hockey Cards
In this episode of the Puck Junk Hockey Podcast, Sal Barry and Tim Parish reminisce about 1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay Hockey, which was a modern day “tall boys” card set that didn’t go over with collectors too well. They also talk about the American Hockey League cancelling the rest of its season, and Brendan Leipsic getting waived by the Capitals after making misogynistic comments on Instagram.
Show Notes and Links:
The Guy Lafleur Disco Album (Puck Junk)
AHL cancels the rest of its season (AHL website)
Article about the NHL’s potential plans to restart the season (ESPN)
Capitals waive Leipsic after misogynistic comments made public (CBC)
National Sports Collectors Convention rescheduled (website)
Upper Deck Game Dated Moments cards for Week 31 (website)
Upper Deck E-Pack (website)
Every 1993-94 Hockey Card Set Ranked (Puck Junk)
We also reflected on collecting hockey in 1993-94 in Podcast #41
Some images of 1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay cards
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #116 – Wayne Gretzky
Card backs had a large picture and up to 10 years of stats.
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #54 – Jeremy Roenick
JR was the spokesman for Fleer Trading Cards.
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #1 – Stu Grimson
Yep, Stu was card #1 in this set.
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #88 – Doug Barrault
Barrault actually played for the Chicago Wolves from 1995-96 to 1997-98.
(I erroneously said that he played with the team in 1994-95.)
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #50 – Dirk Graham
I *love* the photo on this card!
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #426 – Jocelyn Thibault
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #416 – Bryan Trottier
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #147 – Ron Hextall (and yes, the team name is there, right above his name. I couldn’t see it until I scanned the card.)
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #459 – Neil Eisenhut (Rookie Card)
This was his only NHL card.
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #354 – Chris Pronger
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay #508 – Peter Laviolette (Rookie Card)
1993-94 Fleer PowerPlay Series 1 wrapper
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