Puck Junk Podcast: 1993-94 Leaf Hockey Setrospective

Episode #172: December 15, 2023

Sal Barry, Tim Parish, and Clemente Lisi take a look back at the 1993-94 Leaf Hockey card set, which came out 30 years ago and was the first hockey set issued by Leaf. The  guys discuss what makes the set so cool even three decades later, some of the great inserts it had…and how ’93-94 Leaf could have been better. They also talk about the new Leaf Continuum Hockey cards and two recent card shows. It’s 92 minutes of hockey goodness! 

1993-94 Leaf Hockey Checklist (Trading Card DB)
Every 1993-94 Hockey Card Set Ranked (Puck Junk)

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Author: Sal Barry

Sal Barry is the editor and webmaster of Puck Junk. He is a freelance hockey writer, college professor and terrible hockey player. Follow him on Twitter @puckjunk

5 thoughts on “Puck Junk Podcast: 1993-94 Leaf Hockey Setrospective”

  1. Looking forward to your annual holiday episode. My best memory of a hockey gift was the Mario Lemuiex Starting lineup figure. It was 1994 and Lemuiex was such an icon. My friends all loved Gretzky, but we know Super Mario was the best. If not for injured, who know what else he could have done.

    1. Thank you! The first Starting Lineup hockey figure I could find was the Mario Lemieux figure from 1993 – the one that came with two cards. I know Mario also had another figure in 1994 that came with a Score card. I really enjoyed collecting those figures and still casually collect them today.

  2. My fondest Christmas memory was in the late 80s and 90s when my parents would always get me a subscription and renewal to Hockey Digest magazine. Loved reading that thing.

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