Before we get to the title card - here is my own personal highlight of the cards today. A rookie card for someone who ended up, a couple years later, playing one game in the NHL for the Flyers getting 2 penalty minutes for his effort.
Still - one game is better than many rookie card subjects.
Been a while since seeing an All World subset card from 2004-05 SP Authentic, but Iginla's a good add.
Here is the Doug Flutie card which always reminds me of when I was as close to following the Bills as I ever was. Really wish he was able to make a bigger impression in the NFL, but can't argue with the CFL career he had.
A shame that these were all dupes as well.
Through 12540 cards:
|- Complete 2003-04 SP Authentic Basketball (90 card pure base)|
|- Complete 2005 Upper Deck Classics (100 card pure base)|
|- 3 Complete 2007-08 UD McDonald's Hockey Checklist Subsets (6 cards)|
|- 1973-74 O-Pee-Chee Hockey #30 Bobby Orr (All-Star)|
|- 2004-05 Upper Deck Legends Classics Platinum #64 Marcel Dionne Platinum 06/10|
|- 2007-08 Topps Base (x 6) and 1957-58 Variations Basketball #112 Kevin Durant (Rookie)|
|- 2009-10 Topps #321 Stephen Curry (Rookie)|
|Inserts / Var Kept||383||65|
|Doubles Inserts / Var||174||4||215||222|
He may not have had a big impact in the NFL, but Flutie is still loved in Buffalo! I think "Flutie Flakes" were the first cereal I remember being designed for a local athlete.ReplyDelete
Being in Toronto, wasn't sure how Buffalo felt about him, but nice that he made a similar impression on the fan base there that he did here.Delete