2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments Hockey Checklist and Details
2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments Hockey is a set that evolves as the season progresses. Aimed at telling the season’s story, new cards are released each week. Big game, milestones, debuts and other highlights are all part of the checklist. So is Gritty.
But they’re not distributed in a traditional format. It also differs somewhat from similar Topps Now and Panini Instant lines as well.
2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments Hockey is exclusive to the Upper Deck e-Pack platform. To get them, you first have to add a 2018-19 NHL pack to your online cart. You can then choose which of the week’s Game-Dated Moments cards you want. Each card costs $3.99.
2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments cards are only available for a week at a time with new ones arriving every Friday morning. After that sales period is up, collectors will only be able to pick them up off the secondary market.
It takes a few weeks for cards to get printed. When that happens, collectors can have them shipped or they can add them to their COMC portfolios. Game Dated Moments cards can also be traded on the e-Pack site.
2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments Hockey Achievement Cards
Special Achievement cards are also available for those who build monthly and season-long sets.
Those collecting every 2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments card in any given month throughout the season have the option of redeeming them for a Rookie of the Month Achievement card.
Once the playoffs hit, those getting all of the postseason cards are eligible for a 2019 Stanley Cup Champion Parade card that will highlight the eventual winners.
The final Achievements are autographs. These are parallels of regular Game Dated Moments cards that have a signature added to them. To get one, it requires a full set of Rookie of the Month Achievement cards as the Stanley Cup Parade Achievement. Autographs are random so you won’t know which one you’re getting.
2018-19 Upper Deck Game Dated Moments Hockey Checklist
We’ll continue to update the 2018-19 Upper Deck Game-Dated Moments Hockey checklist in the months ahead as new cards come out.
Available: October 12-19
1 John Tavares, New York Islanders – Tavares scores in first game with hometown team as Leafs down Habs in overtime. (Oct. 3, 2018)
2 Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks – Pettersson scores first NHL goal in debut as Canucks dispatch Flames. (Oct. 3, 2018)
3 Rasmus Dahlin, Buffalo Sabres – First overall pick in 2018 logs big minutes for Sabres in NHL debut against Bruins. (Oct. 4, 2018)
4 Andrei Svechnikov, Carolina Hurricanes – Svechnikov’s first goal stands as game-winner versus Rangers as he becomes first player born in 2000s to tally an NHL goal. (Oct. 7, 2018)
5 Gritty, Philadelphia Flyers – Flyers’ terrifying, celebrated new mascot makes home debut as Philly hosts San Jose. (Oct. 9, 2018)
Available: October 19-26
6 Brady Tkachuk, Ottawa Senators – Fourth overall pick in 2018 scores first, second NHL goals in only second career game (Oct. 10, 2018)
7 Joe Pavelski, San Jose Sharks – Pavelski becomes third Shark to reach 700 career points, joins four others drafted 200th or later to hit milestone (Oct. 14, 2018)
Available: October 26-November 2
8 Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers – McDavid becomes first player in NHL history to record points on each of his team’s first nine goals to begin a season (Oct. 16, 2018)
9 Marc-Andre Fleury, Vegas Golden Knights – Fleury racks 408th career victory, passes Hall for 10th on NHL’s all-time wins leaderboard (Oct. 20, 2018)
Available: November 2-9
10 Nicklas Backstrom, Washington Capitals – Backstrom becomes one of only 87 players in NHL history to reach 600-assist milestone (Oct. 22, 2018)
11 Evan Bouchard, Edmonton Oilers – Bouchard’s first NHL goal makes him youngest defenseman in Oilers history to score (Oct. 25, 2018)
12 Carey Price, Montreal Canadiens – Price passes Roy for second place on Canadiens’ career wins leaderboard (Oct. 27, 2018)
Available: November 9-16
13 Patrik Laine, Winnipeg Jets – Laine becomes first player to score NHL hat trick in his native Finland (Nov. 1, 2018)
14 Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Montreal Canadiens – Kotkaniemi becomes second-youngest player in Canadiens history to score a goal (Nov. 1, 2018)
15 Montreal Canadiens – Canadiens set new NHL record with two goals only two seconds apart (Nov. 1, 2018)
16 Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks – Pettersson becomes youngest player in Canucks history with five points in a single game (Nov. 2, 2018)
Available: November 16-23
17 Alex Ovechkin, Washington Capitals – “Ovi” passes Dionne for eighth place on NHL’s career power-play goals leaderboard (Nov. 7, 2018)
18 Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks – “Jumbo Joe” becomes on 19th player in history with 1,500 career games played, first No. 1 overall pick to do so (Nov. 8, 2018)
19 Patrick Marleau, Toronto Maple Leafs – Marleau becomes fifth active player with 600 career assists (Nov. 9, 2018)
Available: November 23-30
20 Joe Thornton, San Jose Sharks – Thornton only seventh player in NHL history with 400 goals, 1,000 assists and 1,500 games played (Nov. 13, 2018)
21 Drake Batherson, Ottawa Senators – Batherson becomes sixth player in Senators history with a goal in his NHL debut, scores game-winner versus Detroit (Nov. 15, 2018)
22 Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers – “King Henrik” passes Plante for sole possession of seventh place on NHL’s all-time wins list (438) (Nov. 17, 2018)
Rookie of the Month Achievement Cards
R-1 Elias Pettersson, Vancouver Canucks – October