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The First Hockey Release Of The Season Delivers — A Review Of 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey

It doesn’t get more exciting than this, hockey fans. The 2023/24 NHL season may not start until October 10, 2023, but the first release is already here.

Your first chance to get a glimpse of the new rookies, trades, and moves comes with the release of 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey. But is this release just an early bit of filler for the Upper Deck schedule before the real stuff is released?

Or is this a great way to start the hockey season? Stick around for the 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey review and find out.

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A brief history of Upper Deck MVP Hockey

Upper Deck first released this product in 1998/99 as a value brand of all foil cards. Or another way of putting it was a way of selling a lot of non-paper cards for a relatively low price. Apparently, it could have done better because they pulled it from their schedule for the 1999/2000 NHL season.

But it reappeared as an insert in the 2011/2012 Upper Deck Victory Hockey product. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so only some people like the unique foil designs that their cards are known for. But there is no question that these designs were very unique and distinctive.

But in 2000/2001, Upper Deck brought back MVP Hockey as a fully-fledged independent release. The main attraction was the wide variety of creative foil inserts with unique designs.

The Carlsbad, California-based company won the rights to the NHL on March 20, 1990. Over the next decade-plus, they chopped and changed in search of the optimal lineup of hockey releases.

It is fair to say that they have been very successful, and Upper Deck has an enviably cohesive and well-planned lineup of products today. Upper Deck MVP Hockey has a vital role in that structure. Today, it is a well-loved product with 20 years of road testing, which appeals primarily to young collectors and set completists.

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2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey release date

The official 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey release date is August 10, 2023. I usually spend this section of reviews complaining about how late the release dates are compared to the actual season.

So, it’s a nice change to say that Upper Deck is releasing this two full months before the start of hockey season.

And isn’t that what you want from the earliest release? Something that will get you in the mood for the upcoming season? Even though Panini has gotten us used to the release of significant products AFTER (sometimes well after) the season ends,

Upper Deck reminds us that there is an alternative. So, we give unreserved kudos to this company for sticking to a schedule that makes sense. Hopefully, the rest of the hockey lineup will follow the same pattern.

The hobby box and retail products will be released simultaneously. That is likely because the hobby part of this release isn’t all that important. This is more of a retail-driven development. Therefore, all of the formats will drop on August 10, 2023.

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2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey release formats

Upper Deck MVP Hockey traditionally has a substantial retail product presence. And the 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey product is no exception. It will be available in hobby boxes, retail packs, and blaster forms. Here are the specifications for each of the release formats:

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2023-24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey Hobby Box

  • 8 cards per pack
  • 20 packs per box
  • Averages in each box are 20 Base Set  Ice Battles Parallel Cards, 10 Base Set SP’s & Rookies Cards, 5 Base Set  Silver Script Parallel Cards, 5 Alternate Threads and/or Stars of the Rink Cards, 4 20th Anniversary Cards, 4 Ice Reps Cards, 1 Color & Contours, and/or 20th Anniversary Parallel Card, and 1 Rare Hit Card per box on average.
  • A box resells for $57.95.
  • A case resells for $1099.95

2023-24 Upper Deck MVP hockey retail box

Blasters

2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey pros

The two immediate pros of the Upper Deck MVP Hockey are apparent. The product is cheap and released well before the hockey season. It is a great way to get in the spirit of the upcoming NHL season without spending too much money. And a hobby box for less than 60 bucks is about as cheap as cards get nowadays.

The other obvious advantage for 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey, and this series in general, are the designs. Upper Deck MVP Hockey had some exciting and original foil designs in its earliest incarnations.

The cards aren’t quite as exciting or groundbreaking today, but they are still solid. You don’t feel that Upper Deck isn’t putting effort into how the 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey cards look. And that is awesome for this low price point.

Word of warning, there is a lot of pink in these designs. Did the folks at Upper Deck manage to predict Barbie mania? If so, good for them. But keep that in mind if it is different from your favorite color.

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2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey cons

There is a price for how timely Upper Deck is with these cards’ release. Delays related to COVID-19 meant the 2022/23 season ended late.

s a result, the 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey cards do not have stats for the previous season. I guess that is not too big a deal since no one gets their stats off cards anymore. I think the early release date is more important. But if stats on the back are part of your calculations, take note.

Many collectors complain about the direction this product has gone in. While Upper Deck MVP Hockey has never been rich in hits, there were always a few to be had. For example, one of the biggest hits you can get regularly in this release are the colors and contours cards.

If you ripped a hobby box of Upper Deck MVP Hockey a few years ago, you would likely get three or four of them. But now you are only guaranteed one. And then there is a need for autos.

You don’t expect a rich autograph checklist in a release like this. But Upper Deck has done the bare minimum regarding signed cards. Look at the checklist section of this review for more details.

It looks like a business decision to keep these boxes cheap as dirt but starve them of any real hits. Is that justified? Not really. The price gap between Upper Deck MVP Hockey and Upper Deck Series 1 and Series 2 could be better.

But the flagship products provide a far more robust collecting experience and a more extensive selection of hits. So, it does beg the question: why spend your money on this release rather than wait for Series 1 to drop in November?

2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey review of the checklist

The release has a base card checklist of 250. That is small in comparison to other sports. However, Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey is usually a 200-card base release. The first 200 are a regular base checklist.

Meanwhile, the last 50 are made up of veteran and rookie short print cards. They aren’t what you might call scarce short prints. As you can see from the odds below, they are not very difficult to land.

There are some variations for the base cards. However, only a few. This is a barebones release in that regard. Here is what is available:

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  • SP – #201220 (1:2 hobby, 1:2 ePack, 1:4 retail, 1:4 blaster, 4:3 fat packs)
  • Rookie SP – #221250 (1:2 hobby, 1:2 ePack, 1:4 retail, 1:4 blaster, 4:3 fat packs)
  • Ice Battles – 1:2 packs, SP – 1:5 packs
  • Silver Script – 1:5 packs, SP – 1:20 packs
  • Gold Script – 1:18 blaster packs, SP – 1:70 blaster packs
  • Super Script – /25
  • Black Super Script – /5
  • Printing Plates – 1/1

Redemptions

Fanatics has announced that it is moving away from redemptions. But they are still around, and 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey has a few.

It is entirely understandable in this case because Upper Deck is offering this based on issuing more up-to-date information when early season debuts commence.

The set includes Rookie Redemptions (1:400 packs) as well as 2023 NHL #1 Draft Pick Redemption (1:1,250 packs) and the particularly difficult-to-find Gold parallel (1:12,500 packs).

Inserts

The selection of inserts in 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey is relatively tiny and inspiring. And, of course, they will not be saved by being tremendously valuable. Here are the main inserts you will find in your boxes.

Alternate Threads

A new introduction to the stable of inserts for Upper Deck MVP Hockey. Each of these inserts pictures three teammates in the retro uniforms of the previous season.

Why is that something we want to see? That remains unclear. Upper Deck also missed an opportunity to use a pun because these are retro uniforms. What about something like “thrift store trios”?

I will await my check Upper Deck. These inserts arrive at a rate of 1:10 packs, while Gold parallels are present in 1:75 packs.

Stars of the Rink

The Stars of the Rink insert is the definition of essential. It simply displays the biggest names in the NHL with a black background. Inserts of this kind are worth more than a few dollars only when they feature a high-quality rookie.

They are also fairly common, which will not help things. The Stars of the Rink inserts come in 1:7 packs. Meanwhile, the Gold versions aren’t hard to hit, as you can find one in every 50 groups.

Ice Reps

A new insert in this release pairs mascots and star players in the various teams. That isn’t a bad idea, although the execution could be better.

Do not expect much value here, as these cards are ubiquitous. Ice Reps are found in 1:7 packs, and the Gold parallels (1:20 packs) are not hard to land.

Colors and Contours 

Colors and Contours are the most beloved and significant inserts in the Upper Deck MVP Hockey product. They tend to have bold designs, more reminiscent of early releases from this line, and get a higher value on the market than any of the other inserts here.

Some of the good ones sell for over $50, a fortune by the standards of this release. This time, the cards come with a bright Spectrum Light FX backdrop. They are all numbered, which is a great touch:

  • Gold /250
  • Green /20
  • Purple /3)

Here is the full Colors and Contours Checklist:

100 cards.
Hobby and ePack only.

Parallels:

  • Green – /20
  • Purple – /3

1 Max Domi, Chicago Blackhawks /250
2 Zach Werenski, Columbus Blue Jackets /250
3 Kirby Dach, Montreal Canadiens /250
4 Mikko Rantanen, Colorado Avalanche /250
5 Moritz Seider, Detroit Red Wings /250
6 Jaden Schwartz, Seattle Kraken /250
7 Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs /250
8 Josh Anderson, Montreal Canadiens /250
9 Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche /250
10 John Gibson, Anaheim Ducks /250
11 Aleksander Barkov, Florida Panthers /250
12 Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks /250
13 Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay Lightning /250
14 Matt Dumba, Minnesota Wild /250
15 John Carlson, Washington Capitals /250
16 Gabriel Landeskog, Colorado Avalanche /250
17 Tomas Hertl, San Jose Sharks /250
18 Troy Terry, Anaheim Ducks /250
19 Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Lightning /250
20 Rasmus Dahlin, Buffalo Sabres /250
21 Aaron Ekblad, Florida Panthers /250
22 Patrik Laine, Columbus Blue Jackets /250
23 Matt Duchene, Nashville Predators /250
24 Morgan Rielly, Toronto Maple Leafs /250
25 Jakob Chychrun, Arizona Coyotes /250|
26 Kyle Okposo, Buffalo Sabres /250
27 Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins /250
28 Elias Lindholm, Calgary Flames /250
29 Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles Kings /250
30 Clayton Keller, Arizona Coyotes /250
31 Matthew Tkachuk, Florida Panthers /250
32 Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks /250
33 Noah Hanifin, Calgary Flames /250
34 Roman Josi, Nashville Predators /250
35 Mitch Marner, Toronto Maple Leafs /250
36 Yaroslav Askarov, Nashville Predators /250
37 Brady Skjei, Carolina Hurricanes /250
38 Charlie Coyle, Boston Bruins /250
39 Cam Atkinson, Philadelphia Flyers /250
40 Jakob Pelletier, Calgary Flames /250
41 Mika Zibanejad, New York Rangers /250
42 Adrian Kempe, Los Angeles Kings /250
43 Brayden Schenn, St. Louis Blues /250
44 Yanni Gourde, Seattle Kraken /250
45 Seth Jones, Chicago Blackhawks /250
46 Nico Hischier, New Jersey Devils /250
47 Samuel Bolduc, New York Islanders /250
48 Tim Stutzle, Ottawa Senators /250
49 Will Cuylle, New York Rangers /250
50 Artemi Panarin, New York Rangers /250
51 Jason Robertson, Dallas Stars /250
52 Ridly Greig, Ottawa Senators /250
53 Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers /250
54 Trevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks /250
55 Cale Makar, Colorado Avalanche /250
56 Adam Fox, New York Rangers /250
57 Erik Karlsson, San Jose Sharks /250
58 Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis Blues /250
59 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Edmonton Oilers /250
60 Oliver Wahlstrom, New York Islanders /250
61 Nikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay Lightning /250
62 Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars /250
63 Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning /250
64 James van Riemsdyk, Philadelphia Flyers /250
65 MarcAndre Fleury, Minnesota Wild /250
66 Andrei Svechnikov, Carolina Hurricanes /250
67 Roope Hintz, Dallas Stars /250
68 Owen Beck, Montreal Canadiens /250
69 Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins /250
70 Jack Hughes, New Jersey Devils /250
71 Dylan Larkin, Detroit Red Wings /250
72 Brady Tkachuk, Ottawa Senators /250
73 Miro Heiskanen, Dallas Stars /250
74 Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers /250
75 Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins /250
76 Jordan Staal, Carolina Hurricanes /250
77 Ryan O’Reilly, St. Louis Blues /250
78 Jack Eichel, Vegas Golden Knights /250
79 Luke Evangelista, Nashville Predators /250
80 Kevin Hayes, Philadelphia Flyers /250
81 Blake Wheeler, Winnipeg Jets /250
82 Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals /250
83 Kirill Kaprizov, Minnesota Wild /250
84 Mathew Barzal, New York Islanders /250
85 Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins /250
86 Johnny Gaudreau, Columbus Blue Jackets /250
87 Cole Caufield, Montreal Canadiens /250
88 Tage Thompson, Buffalo Sabres /250
89 Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers /250
90 Kyle Connor, Winnipeg Jets /250
91 Vincent Iorio, Washington Capitals /250
92 Quinn Hughes, Vancouver Canucks /250
93 Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks /250
94 Mikael Backlund, Calgary Flames /250
95 Drew Doughty, Los Angeles Kings /250
96 Lucas Raymond, Detroit Red Wings /250
97 Tyson Foerster, Philadelphia Flyers /250
98 Evander Kane, Edmonton Oilers /250
99 Jacob Markstrom, Calgary Flames /250
100 Simon Edvinsson, Detroit Red Wings /250

Autos

You don’t buy 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey expecting to land a bunch of autos. And that is a good thing, too, because you are highly unlikely to get any. The auto checklist is about as short as I have seen in recent years.

And the few in this release are pretty hard to come by. There are only 21 auto cards, all of which are part of the Base Magenta Autographs Checklist. These are the odds of hitting one:

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1:800 hobby, 1:800 ePack.
Group A – 1:16,256, Group B – 1:5,947, Group C – 1:4,689, Group D – 1:3,483, Group E – 1:1,923

Here is the list:

203 Joe Pavelski, Dallas Stars A
204 Zach Parise, New York Islanders E
205 Colton Parayko, St. Louis Blues B
206 Tyler Bertuzzi, Detroit Red Wings D
212 Jared McCann, Seattle Kraken C
213 Tanner Jeannot, Nashville Predators C
215 Ross Colton, Tampa Bay Lightning D
216 Michael Bunting, Toronto Maple Leafs A
218 Dawson Mercer, New Jersey Devils B
220 Jeremy Swayman, Boston Bruins A
223 Yaroslav Askarov, Nashville Predators B
226 William Dufour, New York Islanders E
228 Jakob Pelletier, Calgary Flames C
229 Samuel Bolduc, New York Islanders E
233 Ridly Greig, Ottawa Senators C
234 Owen Beck, Montreal Canadiens D
235 Arturs Silovs, Vancouver Canucks C
237 Arnaud Durandeau, New York Islanders E
239 Luke Evangelista, Nashville Predators B
245 Egor Afanasyev, Nashville Predators B
247 Simon Edvinsson, Detroit Red Wings B

2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey value

We always do an overview of the value of releases. It is the Cardlines way. But on some level, it seems superfluous to do it for 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey. Is anyone buying these to stash away or expecting to hit a massive card? Probably not. Still, seeing how these less expensive releases fare on the market is always interesting.

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Wax

Are you thinking of flipping boxes? Well, you shouldn’t. No really. But if you want to anyway, or have some chests you forgot to open, here is what you can expect.

Hobby boxValue
2018/19 Upper Deck MVP Hockey Hobby Box Upper Deck MVP Hockey$69.95
2019/20 Upper Deck MVP Hockey Hobby Box$59.95
2020/21 Upper Deck MVP Hockey Hobby Box$39.95
2021/22 Upper Deck MVP Hockey Hobby Box$24.95
2022/23 Upper Deck MVP Hockey Hobby Box$35.95

We learn one thing from these prices. As low as the price of a new Upper Deck MVP Hockey may be, it isn’t low enough. It would be best if you went back several years to find a box worth what a new box goes for.

Indeed, the pre-COVID-19 bump boxes are barely worth the price of a new one. So, your chances of losing money by sitting on one of these boxes are considerable.

Singles

Ok, so Upper Deck MVP Hockey wax is worthless. Not a big surprise. What about the singles from this release? How much are you likely to make if you really luck with a hit?

CardValue
Mario Lemieux/Jaromir Jagr 2005/06 Upper Deck MVP Materials Duals 045/100 #DLJ$153
2020/21 Upper Deck MVP Tim Tutzle Prospects Blue/Green /20 (PSA 10)$112
2021/22 Upper Deck MVP Connor McDavid Watch Hockey Colors Contours Green /20$100

There aren’t many cards from this release crossing the $100 line. And no recent sales for more than $200. That includes older cards with legendary rookies like Connor McDavid. And keep in mind that there used to be patch autos in this release, and they are not fit anymore. So, your chances of hitting a card over $100 are not very high.

Final word on 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP hockey

We have nothing particularly earth-shattering to report in our 2023/24 Upper Deck MVP Hockey review. It remains a fun product to rip before the hockey season starts.

The designs remain good and are still a very cheap rip. But considering that Series 1 is not much more expensive and has far more value, there is little to recommend this release. The boxes age remarkably severely; even the best cards are worth very little.

To make matters worse, Upper Deck has watered down this release in recent years, making it an even worse rip than it was 45 years ago. So, buy this for your kids, or if you are dying to rip some new hockey cards. But do not expect any return on your purchase.

2023-24 Upper Deck MVP checklist

250 Cards

1 Jonathan Marchessault, Vegas Golden Knights
2 Andrei Vasilevskiy, Tampa Bay Lightning
3 John Tavares, Toronto Maple Leafs
4 Darnell Nurse, Edmonton Oilers
5 Mika Zibanejad, New York Rangers
6 Bo Horvat, Vancouver Canucks
7 Jesse Puljujarvi, Edmonton Oilers
8 Semyon Varlamov, New York Islanders
9 Rasmus Ristolainen, Philadelphia Flyers
10 John Gibson, Anaheim Ducks
11 Ryan O’Reilly, St. Louis Blues
12 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Edmonton Oilers
13 Tage Thompson, Buffalo Sabres
14 Jacob Markstrom, Calgary Flames
15 Cole Caufield, Montreal Canadiens
16 Sergei Bobrovsky, Florida Panthers
17 Kasperi Kapanen, Pittsburgh Penguins
18 Tom Wilson, Washington Capitals
19 Tyler Johnson, Chicago Blackhawks
20 Joel Farabee, Philadelphia Flyers
21 Alexander Wennberg, Seattle Kraken
22 Carter Hart, Philadelphia Flyers
23 Kirill Kaprizov, Minnesota Wild
24 Morgan Rielly, Toronto Maple Leafs
25 T.J. Oshie, Washington Capitals
26 Trevor Zegras, Anaheim Ducks
27 Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton Oilers
28 Gabriel Landeskog, Colorado Avalanche
29 Jack Roslovic, Columbus Blue Jackets
30 Adrian Kempe, Los Angeles Kings
31 Sidney Crosby, Pittsburgh Penguins
32 Jakub Voracek, Columbus Blue Jackets
33 Sean Couturier, Philadelphia Flyers
34 Adam Fox, New York Rangers
35 Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers
36 Mikko Rantanen, Colorado Avalanche
37 John Klingberg, Anaheim Ducks
38 Mitch Marner, Toronto Maple Leafs
39 Rasmus Dahlin, Buffalo Sabres
40 Barrett Hayton, Arizona Coyotes
41 Jeff Carter, Pittsburgh Penguins
42 Robby Fabbri, Detroit Red Wings
43 Ryan Johansen, Nashville Predators
44 Max Domi, Chicago Blackhawks
45 Kevin Fiala, Los Angeles Kings
46 Kevin Hayes, Philadelphia Flyers
47 Nazem Kadri, Calgary Flames
48 Martin Jones, Seattle Kraken
49 PierreLuc Dubois, Winnipeg Jets
50 Matthew Tkachuk, Florida Panthers
51 Boone Jenner, Columbus Blue Jackets
52 Tim Stutzle, Ottawa Senators
53 Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs
54 Miro Heiskanen, Dallas Stars
55 Jaden Schwartz, Seattle Kraken
56 Filip Forsberg, Nashville Predators
57 Johnny Gaudreau, Columbus Blue Jackets
58 Mathew Barzal, New York Islanders
59 Alex Killorn, Tampa Bay Lightning
60 Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks
61 Jake Oettinger, Dallas Stars
62 Nikolaj Ehlers, Winnipeg Jets
63 J.T. Miller, Vancouver Canucks
64 Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings
65 Max Jones, Anaheim Ducks
66 Alexis Lafreniere, New York Rangers
67 Mark Scheifele, Winnipeg Jets
68 Dylan Cozens, Buffalo Sabres
69 Philipp Grubauer, Seattle Kraken
70 Kevin Labanc, San Jose Sharks
71 Sean Durzi, Los Angeles Kings
72 Vitek Vanecek, New Jersey Devils
73 Dylan Larkin, Detroit Red Wings
74 Dougie Hamilton, New Jersey Devils
75 Nathan MacKinnon, Colorado Avalanche
76 Brad Marchand, Boston Bruins
77 Moritz Seider, Detroit Red Wings
78 Tyler Toffoli, Calgary Flames
79 Patrik Laine, Columbus Blue Jackets
80 Andrew Copp, Detroit Red Wings
81 Robert Thomas, St. Louis Blues
82 Kirby Dach, Montreal Canadiens
83 Elias Lindholm, Calgary Flames
84 Clayton Keller, Arizona Coyotes
85 Christian Fischer, Arizona Coyotes
86 Josh Anderson, Montreal Canadiens
87 Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals
88 Charlie McAvoy, Boston Bruins
89 Jaccob Slavin, Carolina Hurricanes
90 Alex Pietrangelo, Vegas Golden Knights
91 Sam Bennett, Florida Panthers
92 Jordan Binnington, St. Louis Blues
93 Jacob Trouba, New York Rangers
94 Bryan Rust, Pittsburgh Penguins
95 Chris Kreider, New York Rangers
96 Jason Robertson, Dallas Stars
97 Tomas Hertl, San Jose Sharks
98 Jakob Chychrun, Arizona Coyotes
99 Evgeny Kuznetsov, Washington Capitals
100 Igor Shesterkin, New York Rangers
101 Tyler Seguin, Dallas Stars
102 Phil Kessel, Vegas Golden Knights
103 William Nylander, Toronto Maple Leafs
104 Victor Hedman, Tampa Bay Lightning
105 Seth Jones, Chicago Blackhawks
106 Viktor Arvidsson, Los Angeles Kings
107 Mats Zuccarello, Minnesota Wild
108 Claude Giroux, Ottawa Senators
109 Rickard Rakell, Pittsburgh Penguins
110 Ryan McDonagh, Nashville Predators
111 Sean Monahan, Montreal Canadiens
112 Thomas Chabot, Ottawa Senators
113 Joel Eriksson Ek, Minnesota Wild
114 Lucas Raymond, Detroit Red Wings
115 Brock Boeser, Vancouver Canucks
116 Cam Fowler, Anaheim Ducks
117 Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks
118 Travis Konecny, Philadelphia Flyers
119 Mikhail Sergachev, Tampa Bay Lightning
120 Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis Blues
121 Sebastian Aho, Carolina Hurricanes
122 Andrei Svechnikov, Carolina Hurricanes
123 Nikita Kucherov, Tampa Bay Lightning
124 Jake Muzzin, Toronto Maple Leafs
125 Nico Hischier, New Jersey Devils
126 Brent Burns, Carolina Hurricanes
127 Brady Tkachuk, Ottawa Senators
128 Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Vancouver Canucks
129 Quinn Hughes, Vancouver Canucks
130 MarcEdouard Vlasic, San Jose Sharks
131 Blake Wheeler, Winnipeg Jets
132 Robin Lehner, Vegas Golden Knights
133 Brady Skjei, Carolina Hurricanes
134 Josh Norris, Ottawa Senators
135 David Pastrnak, Boston Bruins
136 Artemi Panarin, New York Rangers
137 Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins
138 David Perron, Detroit Red Wings
139 Kyle Palmieri, New York Islanders
140 Jeff Skinner, Buffalo Sabres
141 Zach Werenski, Columbus Blue Jackets
142 Evander Kane, Edmonton Oilers
143 Steven Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning
144 Martin Necas, Carolina Hurricanes
145 Vincent Trocheck, New York Rangers
146 Adam Henrique, Anaheim Ducks
147 Spencer Knight, Florida Panthers
148 Aleksander Barkov, Florida Panthers
149 Mathieu Joseph, Ottawa Senators
150 Milan Lucic, Calgary Flames
151 Miles Wood, New Jersey Devils
152 Reilly Smith, Vegas Golden Knights
153 Andreas Athanasiou, Chicago Blackhawks
154 Jake Guentzel, Pittsburgh Penguins
155 Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks
156 Jakub Vrana, St. Louis Blues
157 Ryan Suter, Dallas Stars
158 Alex Tuch, Buffalo Sabres
159 Jordan Eberle, Seattle Kraken
160 Yanni Gourde, Seattle Kraken
161 Nick Suzuki, Montreal Canadiens
162 Erik Karlsson, San Jose Sharks
163 Nicklas Backstrom, Washington Capitals
164 Drew Doughty, Los Angeles Kings
165 Torey Krug, St. Louis Blues
166 Roman Josi, Nashville Predators
167 Mark Stone, Vegas Golden Knights
168 Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh Penguins
169 Thatcher Demko, Vancouver Canucks
170 Noah Hanifin, Calgary Flames
171 Devon Toews, Colorado Avalanche
172 Brayden Schenn, St. Louis Blues
173 Kyle Connor, Winnipeg Jets
174 Eeli Tolvanen, Seattle Kraken
175 Taylor Hall, Boston Bruins
176 Jack Hughes, New Jersey Devils
177 Roope Hintz, Dallas Stars
178 Brandon Saad, St. Louis Blues
179 David Krejci, Boston Bruins
180 Jared Spurgeon, Minnesota Wild
181 Juuse Saros, Nashville Predators
182 Jonathan Huberdeau, Calgary Flames
183 John Carlson, Washington Capitals
184 Shayne Gostisbehere, Carolina Hurricanes
185 Joonas Donskoi, Seattle Kraken
186 MarcAndre Fleury, Minnesota Wild
187 James Reimer, San Jose Sharks
188 Logan Couture, San Jose Sharks
189 Matt Duchene, Nashville Predators
190 Shea Theodore, Vegas Golden Knights
191 Cale Makar, Colorado Avalanche
192 Anze Kopitar, Los Angeles Kings
193 Jordan Kyrou, St. Louis Blues
194 Matt Dumba, Minnesota Wild
195 Patrice Bergeron, Boston Bruins
196 Brock Nelson, New York Islanders
197 Jamie Benn, Dallas Stars
198 Corey Perry, Tampa Bay Lightning
199 Alex DeBrincat, Ottawa Senators
200 Brayden Point, Tampa Bay Lightning – Checklist

Rookie SP

221 Vincent Desharnais, Edmonton Oilers
222 Bobby McMann, Toronto Maple Leafs
223 Yaroslav Askarov, Nashville Predators
224 Joona Koppanen, Boston Bruins
225 Jonathan Gruden, Pittsburgh Penguins
226 William Dufour, New York Islanders
227 Jaxson Stauber, Chicago Blackhawks
228 Jakob Pelletier, Calgary Flames
229 Samuel Bolduc, New York Islanders
230 Milos Kelemen, Arizona Coyotes
231 Luke Philip, Chicago Blackhawks
232 Will Cuylle, New York Rangers
233 Ridly Greig, Ottawa Senators
234 Owen Beck, Montreal Canadiens
235 Arturs Silovs, Vancouver Canucks
236 Cole Guttman, Chicago Blackhawks
237 Arnaud Durandeau, New York Islanders
238 Billy Sweezey, Columbus Blue Jackets
239 Luke Evangelista, Nashville Predators
240 Matt Murray, Dallas Stars
241 Vincent Iorio, Washington Capitals
242 Luke Hughes, New Jersey Devils
243 Leevi Merilainen, Detroit Red Wings
244 Matthew Knies, Toronto Maple Leafs
245 Egor Afanasyev, Nashville Predators
246 Tyson Foerster, Philadelphia Flyers
247 Simon Edvinsson, Detroit Red Wings
248 Jiri Patera, Vegas Golden Knights
249 Devon Levi, Buffalo Sabres
250 Yaroslav Askarov, Nashville Predators – Checklist

Shaiel Ben-Ephraim

Shaiel Ben-Ephraim

Shaiel Ben-Ephraim is the emeritus editor of Cardlines. He continues to write for several hobby outlets, including this one and Cardbase. He collects primarily vintage baseball and soccer and has a weird obsession with 1971 Topps.

In his spare time, Shaiel is sobbing into his bourbon when the Mets lose and playing Dungeons and Dragons. In a past life, Dr. Ben-Ephraim was a political science professor, journalist, and diplomat. But cards are more fun.
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