2010-11 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey Cards

Upper Deck continues its 20th anniversary celebration with 2010-11 Series 2 hockey cards. Loaded with more Young Guns, 20th Anniversary variations, Memorabilia inserts and more.

Young Guns (inserted 1:4)
Look to complete your Young Guns sets, averaging 6 per box, including call-ups from the season’s first couple months! Low-numbered Young Guns are sure to be a winner! 50 Young Guns cards are available in Series 2 including Tyler Seguin, Kevin Shattenkirk, Magnus Paajarvi, Jacob Josefsen, Mattias Tedenby, Nino Nediderreiter.

Rookie Materials
Taylor Hall, Tyler Seguin, Jordan Eberle, PK Subban, Jeff Skinner, Magnus Paajarvi, Brayden Schenn, Derek Stepan, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Nino Niederreiter, Marcus Johansson, Cam Fowler, Eric Tangradi, Jared Cowen, Nazem Kadri, Zach Dalpe & more!

Add MORE Rookies to your collection with Victory Updates – highlighted by Hall, Seguin, Eberle, Stepan, Schenn, and more! All the top Rookies who debuted in UD1 appear here too!

Base Set
200 base cards in Series 2 with the likes of Alex Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin, Dany Heatley, Antti Niemi, Luke Schenn, Marc-Andre Fleury, Sidney Crosby, Daniel Sedin, Saku Koivu, Ryan Getzlaf, Dustin Byfuglien, Mikka Kiprusoff, Patrick Kane, Nicklas Lidstrom, Pavel Datsyuk, Sam Gagner, Anze Kopitar.

Regular Set Parallels
Exclusives – #’d to 100
Exclusives Spectrum – #’d to 10

Fresh Die-Cut Acetate Cards
Rookie Breakouts – #’d to 100
Draft Class – #’d to 10

2010-11 Upper Deck Series 2 hockey cards

2010-11 Upper Deck Series 2 hockey cards

20th Anniversary Variations! (combined to deliver 1:4)
Look for 20th Anniversary variations cards (including Young Guns & Canadian World Juniors)! These parallels use the original 1990-91 card design, including the original Young Guns design! These cool cards combine to hit 6 per box, with high value Rookie Cards falling 1:48!
Regular Cards – inserted 1:5
Young Guns 20th Ann – inserted 1:48
Retired Stars – inserted 1:96
Canadian World Jrs. – inserted 1:240
Award Winners – inserted 1:267
All-Rookie Team – inserted 1:400

Memorabilia and Signature Cards
Double hits with UD Game Jerseys and Rookie Memorabilia in each box!
Find Rookie Materials Patch cards, #’d to 25!

UD Game Jerseys (inserted 1:24)
Rookie Materials – inserted 1:24
UD Game Patch – #’d to 15
Rookie Materials Patch – #’d to 25
UD Signatures – inserted 1:288

UD Game Jersey
Alexander Ovechkin, Carey Price, Drew Doughty, Evgeni Malkin, John Tavares, Martin Brodeur, Nicklas Backstrom, Claude Giroux, Roberto Luongo, Tyler Myers, Ryan Getzlaf, Sidney Crosby & other stars!

Celebrate Hockey Heroes with a true Boston hero, Bobby Orr (combined to deliver 1:12)
Grab Exclusive & Spectrum parallels, #’d to 100 & 10!
Hockey Heroes, Bobby Orr – inserted 1:13
Hockey Heroes, Orr Art Card – inserted 1:504
Hockey Heroes, Orr Header Card – inserted 1:504

2010-11 Upper Deck Series 2 Bobby Orr

2010-11 Upper Deck Series 2 Bobby Orr

Victory Updates! (combined to deliver 1 per Pack!)
Rookie Cards – inserted 1:2
Regular Cards – inserted 1:2
Rookie Cards, Gold parallel – inserted 1:24
Regular Cards, Gold parallel – inserted 1:24
Rookie Cards, Black parallel – inserted 1:288
Regular Cards, Black parallel – inserted 1:288

6 Young Guns Rookie Cards
6 20th Anniversary variations
1 Rookie Materials card
1 UD Game Jersey card

Manufacturer: Upper Deck
Brand: Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey
Release Date: February 13, 2011
Hobby Boxes. 12 Boxes per Case. 24 Packs Per Box. 8 Cards per Pack.
Retail Boxes. 20 Boxes per Case. 24 Packs Per Box. 8 Cards per Pack.

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