Hockey cards don’t get the credit they deserve (we include one in every monthly HPC shipment). For years, baseball cards have been the pinnacle of the sports trading card world in regards to having the most awesomely, terrible cards. But after extensive research into the trading card world, The Hockey Player’s Club has uncovered an extensive underground world of awesomely, terrible hockey cards. Here, you’ll find twenty-two of our favorites. Enjoy!
So many questions need to be answered about this card, but the most important question: Does Olaf Kolzig always spell his name out in mustard on his picnic food?
Well…. uhh…. apparently O Pee Chee could only manage to find one picture of goaltender Glen Hanlon this year and it looks like he is having an equipment malfunction.
Do the “sliding into bae’s DM.”
Ladies and Gentleman… we’ve found the missing Blues Brother.
“Steve, we’re going to go with the letterman’s jacket…. reverse chair…. AC Slater pose.”
Mel Bridgman eats pieces of shit like you for breakfast.
Who didn’t Anders Hedberg frighten with this smile?
When was the first time you saw a grown man playing ping pong in his underwear?
Sky rocket’s in flight….hockey card delight.
We’ve found the inspiration for Woody the Cowboy from Toy Story
The irony of this picture…
All you can do is wince after seeing what’s about to happen to Kevin MacKay. The icing on the cake is it being immortalized on a hockey card.
All this card’s missing is a photobomb by MC Hammer and this is textbook 90’s.
Larry: Dino, describe your typical day.
Dino: Wake up, tuck my shirt in, feed the rhinos, head to the rink and score goals.
Antonovich wasn’t the greatest skater, but man did that guy have the perfect flow to stache ratio.
To be fair to Mike, there’s not a single person alive who wouldn’t at least entertain the thought of taking their card photo with a slice of pizza.
“Do the five-year-old family Christmas card pose.”
You mean to tell me they couldn’t find anything heavier than a five-pound weight?
Who the hell plays beach volleyball in Jorts? Great flow, though.
Nothing like a well-placed beer advertisement.
Dean McAmmond, deer whisperer. Seriously, what the hell is going on here? And why’s it on a hockey card?
With Rick Hampton, I can’t really tell which is his mustache or eyebrows.