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Old 02-24-2013, 03:44 PM
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Old 02-24-2013, 05:12 PM
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Dryden is a difficult signature to obtain. Got this one via a friend who does charity work with his wife. The Orr is unique--I have never seen another. He used to own a small chain of pizza parlours in southern Ontario, and this was a limited giveaway, I think.

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it's nice to see some hockey cards. it's a dying sport in the states but at least the fanbase is loyal. i'm not sure if translates to collecting tho. i've been a fan since the early 90's so that's the only reason why i collect.
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:13 PM
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it's nice to see some hockey cards. it's a dying sport in the states but at least the fanbase is loyal. i'm not sure if translates to collecting tho. i've been a fan since the early 90's so that's the only reason why i collect.
Hockey was my favorite sport in the '90's. The Wings are my team, and their rivalry with the Avs was awesome. Bettman killed hockey for me in '04. I tried to watch after that, but it wasn't the same. When ESPN didn't renew their contract, hockey was dead to me. The only time I see hockey on tv is on Versus, and I'd rather hear my parents having sex than listen to Pierre McGuire.

I still collect hockey. Mainly prewar type cards, HOF rookies, and '79's. but I won't touch modern stuff. I don't even know any of the players anymore

What do you collect?
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Old 02-25-2013, 06:15 PM
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i do the prewar baseball, but getting into signed rookies of all 4 sports. i love the mid 80's hockey rookie cards tho...lemieux/yzerman/roy etc. they were big stars by the time i got into hockey.

picked up 3 more, only sad(?) thing is i seem to be picking up mostly the topps cards, not opc.



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Julius....

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Nice Dr. J! I'd like to get one in an SGC 84 or 88 holder some day
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Old 03-03-2013, 11:08 AM
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Nice Dr. J! I'd like to get one in an SGC 84 or 88 holder some day
Thanks! Good luck with your search -- I'd imagine this card would look nice inside a clean SGC holder.
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Yowzah yowzah yowzah! Fantastic Dr. Rook! Congrats!

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