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07-08 UD Hockey Series 2 Box Break – Sometimes You’re Lucky

I got a really great deal on some 2007-2008 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey retail boxes on eBay this week. The UPS man came through and delivered them so I have something to open over the weekend. I love when that happens.

2007-2008 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey has one great Young Guns rookie card, Jonathan Toews. That card is the only reason I bought the boxes. Tuuka Rask has a rookie in here too, nice card, but not what I’m looking for. The Rookie Materials jersey cards are nice too, but again, not what I’m looking for.

I couldn’t stop myself from opening a box right when I got home. I’m sure you know where this is going… I ended up pulling a Jonathan Toews Young Guns rookie in the first box. Awesome! Each pack comes with an Upper Deck Victory Update card inside, pulled a Toews rookie from those too. My jersey card (1:24) was a Rookie Materials of Andrew Cogliano. Cogliano isn’t a great one but I’d rather get a Rookie Materials than a Game Jersey card. The other five Young Guns and the various inserts aren’t worth mentioning.

Now, the question, should I open the other three boxes that I bought or store them away? I got the one card that I wanted.

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  1. November 1, 2010 at 1:06 am

    Very well done Sir! you are gravy right about now. Depending on what the boxes ran, might as well throw them into the closet and save em

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