Upper Deck program to celebrate Indigenous NHLers that never had rookie cards – CTV Edmonton

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Upper Deck program to celebrate Indigenous NHLers that never had rookie cards – CTV Edmonton

by ahnationtalk on September 14, 202025 Views

September 14, 2020

EDMONTON — On Saturday night, Upper Deck’s Chris Carlin made the announcement that an upcoming line of hockey cards will feature Indigenous NHL players that never had rookie cards made to mark their achievement.

The main goal behind the project is to recognize those lesser-known NHLers who were, in most cases, only in the NHL for a short period of time. The cards will not be available for sale in traditional packs, but rather distributed across North America to Indigenous hockey tournaments, organizations and individuals.

During the announcement, Carlin was joined by Naim Cardinal, an avid collector and driving force behind the project.

Carlin and Cardinal presented the news of the project via the `Sports Cards Live’ YouTube show hosted by Jeremy Lee.

Read More: https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/upper-deck-program-to-celebrate-indigenous-nhlers-that-never-had-rookie-cards-1.5104178

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