Pro Women’s Hockey Cards Are Here

The First 8 PWHL Cards Now Available via ePack

As the Professional Women’s Hockey League was winding down its inaugural season, Upper Deck released the first-ever physical trading cards for the PWHL. While Upper Deck did release eight digital trading cards of PWHL players back in March, these new cards are actual, legit trading cards that will be printed and shipped to collectors.

Eight different cards highlighting the league’s first season are available at the Upper Deck ePack website for $5.99 each. The checklist is as follows:

1 – New York Shuts Out Toronto in First Game of Season
2 – Ella Shelton Scores First-Ever PWHL Goal
3 – Ann-Sophie Bettez Scores First-Ever PWHL OT Goal
4 – Grace Zumwinkle Records First PWHL Hat Trick 
5 – Lauriane Rogeau Scores First PWHL Shootout Winner
6 – Savannah Harmon Scores Hat Trick in PWHL Showcase
7 – Montreal Sets PWHL Attendance Record 
8 – Natalie Spooner Leads PWHL In Goals

These cards are print-on-demand, and are available until Wednesday, May 22 at 4:29 PM PT.

Once all orders are in, Upper Deck will print the cards, and then you can have them shipped to you, left in your ePack account for future trading, or transferred to your COMC account to re-sell or have shipped to you with other cards in your COMC account. 

The release of PWHL cards is exciting because if these cards sell well enough, we may see more cards of pro women players. I would love to see Upper Deck release a box set next season that features all of the players from every team. Having cards and other collectibles from the new pro women’s league will only help the sport grow. 

You can find out more about these new PWHL cards here and purchase them here on ePack.

Will you be collecting these inaugural eight cards of the PWHL? Reply to this email or hit me up on social media and let me know.

Note: This article is an updated version of an editorial that originally appeared in Volume 2 – Issue 20 of the Puck Junk Newsletter. For stories like these, plus news and updates about hockey cards and collectibles, subscribe to the newsletter here.

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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

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