Upper Deck Brings Priority Signings Back to Toronto

For those who have ever been to the Sports Card & Memorabilia Expo in Toronto, you know that collectors in attendance are looking for the most limited autograph cards of their favorite hockey stars. Upper Deck delivers with the return of the wildly popular Priority Signings autograph cards at the 2011 Fall Expo, to be held Nov. 11-13.

Upper Deck will be giving out these limited autograph cards (one per person, per day) to fans who purchase a sealed box of 2011-12 NHL Artifacts, 2011 NHL Parkhurst Champions or 2011-12 NHL Upper Deck Series One from a Upper Deck Certified Diamond Dealer in attendance at the show. After purchasing the box, the dealer will provide fans with a special voucher to bring along with the box to open at Upper Deck’s booth in the corporate area at the times specified below where you can redeem your voucher and wrappers from the box for a random 2011 Upper Deck Priority Signings autograph card.

Upper Deck Priority Signing Redemption Schedule
Friday, November 11 – 5:00PM-7:00PM
Saturday, November 12 – 12:00PM-2:00PM
Sunday, November 13 – 11:00AM-1:00PM
*Supplies are limited and may run out. In order to get your UD Priority Signings card, be in line early! Collectors who do not purchase boxes from an Upper Deck Certified Diamond Dealer will not be eligible to take part in this promotion.

The Upper Deck Hockey Team built a very compelling checklist for this year’s Expo for the Priority Signings set. We were able to add two of the most in demand rookies to the set by collecting autographs of Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Gabriel Landeskog for the set. We are also leveraging our exclusive agreement with Team Canada to show many players playing for their country. Additionally, some high-end stars like Wayne Gretzky, Sidney Crosby, Gordie Howe and Bobby Orr will have multiple versions of their cards to add to the collectability of the set. Take a look at the cards you could potentially add to your collection when you visit the show as well as some images of some of the more exciting cards in the set.

PS-AH Adam Henrique Team Canada #d to 75
PS-AS Anthony Stewart Team Canada #d to 75
PS-BS Brayden Schenn Team Canada #d to 75
PS-CH Cody Hodgson Team Canada #d to 75
PS-GN Greg Nemisz Team Canada #d to 75
PS-JE Jordan Eberle Team Canada #d to 75
PS-TH Travis Hamonic Team Canada #d to 75
PS-EM Evgeni Malkin Penguins #d to 71
PS-KA Keith Aulie Maple Leafs #d to 59
PS-NK Nazem Kadri Maple Leafs #d to 43
PS-TB Tyler Bozak Maple Leafs #d to 42
PS-MG Michael Grabner Islanders #d to 40
PS-JC Joe Colborne Maple Leafs #d to 32
PS-GL Gabriel Landeskog Avalanche #d to 25
PS-NH Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Oilers #d to 25
PS-BJ Borje Salming Maple Leafs #d to 21
PS-WC Wendel Clark Maple Leafs #d to 17
PS-CM Clarke MacArthur Maple Leafs #d to 16
PS-PD Pavel Datsyuk Red Wings #d to 13
PS-DH Dale Hawerchuk Jets #d to 10
PS-GH Gordie Howe Red Wings #d to 9
PS-MRH Gordie Howe Whalers #d to 9
PS-WG Wayne Gretzky Oilers #d to 9
PS-GR Wayne Gretzky Rangers #d to 9
PS-AO Alexander Ovechkin Capitals #d to 8
PS-HO Gordie Howe Team Canada #d to 5
PS-JT John Tavares Team Canada #d to 5
PS-OR Bobby Orr Team Canada #d to 5
PS-CR Sidney Crosby Penguins #d to 5
PS-SC Sidney Crosby Team Canada #d to 5
PS-SS Steven Stamkos Team Canada #d to 5
PS-WA Wayne Gretzky Team Canada #d to 5
PS-BO Bobby Orr Bruins #d to 4
PS-DP Dion Phaneuf Maple Leafs #d to 3
PS-LS Luke Schenn Maple Leafs #d to 2
PS-JB Johnny Bower Maple Leafs #d to 1

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