It’s Back! Pinnacle Hockey Cards Return For 2010-11

Pinnacle returns to hockey loaded with goodies!

After being absent for a few years, Panini brings back the Pinnacle brand, and has stuffed the boxes full of rookies, autographed and parallels.

Each hobby box delivers (4) Autographed or Memorabilia Cards, including Pinnacle Threads, City Lights, Pinnacle Penmanship, and Rookie Team Pinnacle Signatures!

You also get (4) Museum Collection Parallels, (1) Artist’s Proof Parallel, and (1) Tough Times Insert in each box!

2010-11 Pinnacle NHL Hockey Cards

2010-11 Pinnacle NHL Hockey Cards

Pinnacle features a 50 card Ice Breakers subset of the 2010-11 season’s must-have Rookie Cards with rising stars like Taylor Hall, Tyler Seguin, Sergei Bobrovsky, Cam Fowler, and other favorites! Also look for 20 Ice Breakers Rookie Autographs!

Tough Times returns, honoring tough guys of the 1970s, including John Wensink, Dave “The Hammer” Schultz, Willi Plett, Nick Fotiu and more!

This season also marks the return of Team Pinnacle, bolstered by the addition of Rookie Team Pinnacle Signatures.

City Lights Materials highlight hometown pride with a sweet swatch of game-used jersey set against a backdrop of each city’s skyline.

BOX BREAK:
(4) Ice Breakers Rookie Cards
(4) Museum Collection parallels
(1) Artist’s Proof parallel
(1) Tough Times
(4) autograph or memorabilia hits, including Pinnacle Threads, City Lights, Pinnacle Penmanship, Rookie Team Pinnacle Signatures and many more!

Manufacturer: Panini
Brand: Pinnacle NHL Hockey
Release Date: March 16, 2011
Configuration: 24 Packs per Box. 5 Cards per Pack.

2010-11 Pinnacle Hockey is available at Zedcorp Hockey Cards.

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