Episode #72: November 12, 2020
In the newest Puck Junk Hockey Podcast, Sal Barry and Tim Parish talk about the best and worst of hockey card collecting during the 2019-20 season. They also discuss the upcoming Sport Card Expo – Virtual Edition (coming to a computer near you!) later this month and the NHL’s “Return to Play” plan.
Sport Card Expo – Virtual Edition Website
Sport Card Expo – Virtual Edition Tickets
Sport Card Expo – Virtual Edition Guests
Sport Card Expo – Virtual Edition Autographed Items
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3 thoughts on “Puck Junk Podcast: The Best and Worst of Hockey Card Collecting in 2019-20”
Nailed it on Stature being a great set! I’m one of the Willie O’ree collectors Tim mentioned – that was certainly fantastic add! Would have loved to have added at least one of the two 1 of 1s. I know the auto 1 of 1 O’ree is in the wild already, not sure if the second one has been found. -@cavalos7 on twitter
Chris thanks for listening to the show. I think Statue was the first set since maybe 2011-12 Parkhurst with an O’Ree, wasn’t it? Maybe he was in 2015-16 Champ’s too but I don’t remember 100%. At any rate, good luck tracking down the 1/1s! I’ll keep an eye for you.
Hi Chris, thanks for listening, and good luck with your Willie O’Ree collection. I recently picked up his 1997-98 Pinnacle Hockey autograph. I’d like to get one of his autographs on a “smaller card,” but for now his Pinnacle RC will do nicely for my collection.