Episode #140: January 20, 2023
This week, Sal Barry and Tim Parish talk about if and how changing teams affects a players collectability. Do hockey card collectors still chase after cards of a player they like after he has been traded or leaves as a free agent — or do they dump his cards first chance they get? Plus, a look at some upcoming hockey card sets, including the 2023 Upper Deck First Peoples Rookie Cards. It’s 68 minutes of hockey goodness.
Show Notes and Links:
Press Release about the 2023 First Peoples Rookie Card set (Upper Deck)
2023 First Peoples Rookie Cards checklist and front/back images (TCDB)
Facebook discussion thread on player collecting (Puck Junk FB Group)
Twitter discussion threads on player collecting here and here.
Follow Sal Barry on Twitter @PuckJunk & Instagram @PuckJunk.
Follow Tim Parish on Twitter @TheRealDFG & Instagram @therealdfg66.
Podcast music by Jim “Not the Goalie” Howard (Instagram @flyingV2112)
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2 thoughts on “Puck Junk Podcast: Does Changing Teams Affect Player Collecting?”
Didn’t Gretzky try to sign with the Maple Leafs before he signed with the Rangers but the Maple Leafs turned him down?