(10-12-2012 09:07 PM)ty4orce Wrote: It really bothers me that there will probably be no hockey this season ...they should cover Bettmans butt with bacon strips and let the dogs out but hey what can you do......as for me I would figure all I would have to say is I am from Montreal but some may not get that one so I will just say that Hockey is in my blood I live it although there is a lockout it will not stop me....there are still a few new up and coming Habs that I will be chasing as well as past stars......if you want to get a little more insight on players there will be as rayeates wrote.......The player all have either gone back to their OHL/WHL/QMJHL clubs, have gone overseas, or have decided to play in the AHL. ......some of those games will be televised you can check them out best way to see who to chase is to see them in actual game action growing up...
(10-13-2012 01:48 PM)phildo37 Wrote: I only collect 90's, So the lockout won't affect me. And my favorite stuff to break is ITG, so even if I decide to break (which I rarely do), the lack of RC's doesn't matter in ITG stuff. The only collecting benefit to losing a season is how strong the RC will be when it comes back (two drafts, an extra year of prospect development - more NHL-ready younger players). But UD and Panini will just load up so heavy on RC's it should still be relatively diluted within a box... what hurts me, as a collector, is that if there are less products, more people may try to chase the things I chase
(10-16-2012 03:14 PM)anavrin78 Wrote: I said it wasn't going to effect my card buying, but I haven't bought any hockey in about 3 weeks.
(01-16-2013 07:31 AM)bonnev659 Wrote: as long i still have Whaler cards to chase i will go after it
but for me it is all about being a kid again