Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Go 4 for 4

If you're having trouble finding cards for second- and third-year NHL players, you might want to peruse the card offerings at the American Hockey League's Web site.

Aside from the Upper Deck 2007-08 Rookie Class card, the rest of these cards Atlanta's Brett Sterling signed before Tuesday's morning skate are from the AHL's all-star or top prospects sets.

The prices might be a tad high, but you'll get a lot of hounding bang for your hard-earned bucks. I'd dare say that 75 percent, at least, of the players featured make it to the NHL.

As for the Rookie Class, it's the best $20 you'll ever spend on an Upper Deck product.

Bottom line, if you subscribe to quality and quantity, it's these kinds of cards that turn a good day into a great day.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I know that everyone may not like Ebay but I just picked up 5 different sets of the AHL prospects and or All Star sets from past years on the auction site. All 5 for the grand total of $13.95. Less than the cost of 1 set through the AHL Store.