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Old 12-02-2020, 11:44 AM
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Default Looking for bulk pre-1990 Flyers cards

Looking to put together a binder of Flyers cards, Topps and OPC, through 1988-89. Nothing gem mint, nothing too beat up. Just presentable mid-grade cards.

If you’ve got a little stack of Broad Street Bullies taking up room in your common boxes, let me know. I’d also be interested in the Bobby Clarke/Bernie Parent caliber cards, so long as they aren’t too expensive.
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Many thanks to fellow board member Grant for sending these my way. He did so out of kindness and generosity, and I greatly appreciate the gesture.

Additionally, they're exactly the type of cards I'm looking for. I'll thoroughly enjoy reading through everything and taking a good, long look at the images.

Thanks again, Grant.
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Glad you enjoy them! Sorry I didn't have a Don Saleski.....I went to a game in Vancouver, where he was picking on a little guy (maybe Boudrias?) on the boards, and a fan reached over the glass and shook Saleski's head by his afro.....great job, I loved it. Then the Flyers invaded the stands and pummelled everyone within reach. Made for some entertainment!

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Glad you enjoy them! Sorry I didn't have a Don Saleski.....I went to a game in Vancouver, where he was picking on a little guy (maybe Boudrias?) on the boards, and a fan reached over the glass and shook Saleski's head by his afro.....great job, I loved it. Then the Flyers invaded the stands and pummelled everyone within reach. Made for some entertainment!

Grant
Hockey was just a bit different back then. The rink was a more intimate setting.

Could you imagine such a scene in today's game? Even if "social distancing" wasn't a factor, I doubt interactions such as the one above could even take place.
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