Mike Rucinski reached his ultimate dream of playing in the NHL with his beloved Chicago Blackhawks. However, knee injuries forced him to take a new direction in the sport he has enjoyed his entire life.
Thanks to everyone who has played over the years. This will be the last edition of Beat the Blogger. Cast your picks and we’ll have some special prizes for the winners(s).
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In an extremely popular event, Upper Deck will once again be celebrating National Hockey Card Day by giving away free packs of hockey cards at participating hobby shop dealers. The event will be held Feb. 16 in the U.S. and Feb. 9 in Canada.
There are a bevy of new insert sets that will have collectors clamoring to crack these packs of SP Game-Used Hockey. First up are the “Draft Day Marks” autograph cards that profile talented rookies and veterans on the day they were drafted.
Frozen Pond offered artifacts from the Maple Leaf Gardens in an auction that ended this week. Total sales topped $300,000 – final bid for the dressing room toilet was $5,300.
The auction of the artifacts of the Maple Leaf Gardens, which ends Nov. 14, continues with a 1967 Stanley Cup banner at $13,000 and a toilet from the dressing room at $1,550.