2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Checklist and Hockey Cards Info


It’s a different kind of double-double when it comes to Tim Hortons and hockey cards this season. 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey cards arrive to coincide with both the World Junior Championships and the Winter Olympics in Beijing.

While the focus is on the Canadian national team, the set up will be largely familiar with those who collected 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons NHL hockey cards just a few weeks earlier.

As shown on commercials during the World Juniors, the promotion kicks off at Tim Hortons restaurants in Canada starting January 5, the same day as the gold medal game of the World Junior Championships was supposed to take place.

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Checklist Overview

Packs, which come with three cards, continue to be $1 each per drink purchase (buy one coffee and get one pack for $1, buy three coffees and get three packs for $1 each). Any packs above that limit or on their own are $1.99.

The 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada base set has 100 total cards. Broken up into three sections, the first 70 cards are current players who have represented Canada on the international stage. Next are 15 members of the Women’s National Team. Rounding things out are 15 past legends who have worn the maple leaf in various quests for gold and global glory.


Standard inserts take on six themes in 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey. Most are fairly common, however, there are a couple that offer more of a chase and challenge.

Championship Medals (15 cards, 1:2.5 packs) and Canada’s Captains (15 cards, 1:4 packs) are the easiest to pull. Medals not only highlight gold medal winners, but use it as the basis for its design.

UD Canvas Moments (15 cards, 1:6 packs) aren’t far behind, showcasing some major Team Canada highlights over the years. Photography is the star on these. Whether its a major play or post-game celebration, there’s plenty of emotion conveyed on these.

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey UD Canvas Moments Sidney Crosby

Program of Excellence (15 cards, 1:8 packs) continues with a name that Upper Deck has used in various Team Canada products since the 1990s. This includes the hobby-centric 2021 Team Canada Juniors release.

From here, things get a little tougher. Timbits to Team Canada has just five cards but land 1:100 packs. Each player was a star at both the Timbits and national team levels. These cards pop thanks to their patterned foil background.

Team Canada Trios has 15 cards with one landing every 24 packs. Done with lenticular technology, looking at these results in a 3-D effect, no special glasses required.

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Team Canada Trios Marie-Philip Poulin / Natalie Spooner / Rebecca Johnston

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Autographs and Memorabilia Cards

Autographs and memorabilia cards are part of the 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey checklist. That said, when you consider the promotion’s size and scope, they’re small in number and very hard to pull.

Team Canada Signatures are where the majority of the autographs come from. Landing 1:7,200 packs, Carter Hart and Mitch Marner are among the 15 signers for the set. A combined total of 807 of these cards are available.

Just 150 Maple Leaf Forever Autographs can be found. Falling 1:38,699 packs, this has several Team Canada legends including Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Mark Messier.

Team Canada Autograph Jersey Relics add memorabilia to the mix. Six signers, including Jonathan Toews, Jarome Iginla and Connor McDavid, combine for 150 cards available. Odds on these are 1:38,699 packs.

Tim Hortons spokesmen Sidney Crosby and Nathan MacKinnon each have two different standalone autographs as well. Crosby has 96 combined cards while MacKinnon has 52.

With 3,225 total cards available, Team Canada Jersey Relics are the most plentiful premium cards in 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey. But that doesn’t mean they’re easy to pull. They’re still 1:1,800 packs.Joe Thornton, Mathew Barzal and Patrick Marleau are among the 18 players on the checklist. There’s also Women’s National Team members Marie-Philip Poulin and Rebecca Johnston.

As part of the promotion’s Team Canada Collect to Win program, 24 framed autographed jerseys are also available. Gretzky, Crosby, Martin Brodeur and Phil Esposito are among those available.

All autograph and memorabilia cards are inserted in packs as redemptions. Codes can be redeemed at this website.

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Autograph Redemption

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Promotion Details

The 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey is scheduled to run through February 16. However, there’s always the possibility that some restaurants could sell out faster.

Similar to this year’s NHL set, there won’t be any organized trade nights at restaurants due to the ongoing pandemic.

According to the promotion’s details, at least 5.8 million 2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey packs were produced. While that’s a big number, it’s actually only about a third of this year’s NHL set, which had 18.2 million packs.

The program’s rules also suggest a ten pack limit per visit.

Like previous NHL Tim Hortons hockey card sets, there’s also an album to hold the collection in. It comes with ten pages. Albums cost $16.99.

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Binder

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey at a glance:

Cards per pack: 3
Packs per box: TBA
Set size: 100 cards
Release date: January 5, 2022

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Checklist

You can also download a spreadsheet copy of the checklist:

Please note that print runs for cards without serial numbers have not been announced.


Base Set Checklist

100 cards.

Buy on:

1 Connor McDavid
2 Sidney Crosby
3 Darcy Kuemper
4 Sean Couturier
5 Ryan Getzlaf
6 Mathew Barzal
7 Anthony Mantha
8 Patrick Marleau
9 Colton Parayko
10 Carey Price
11 Dylan Cozens
12 Shea Weber
13 Brad Marchand
14 Nick Suzuki
15 John Tavares
16 Pierre-Luc Dubois
17 Claude Giroux
18 Taylor Hall
19 Maxime Comtois
20 Patrice Bergeron
21 Brent Burns
22 Wayne Simmonds
23 Aaron Ekblad
24 Mark Scheifele
25 Alex Pietrangelo

26 Carter Hart
27 Eric Staal
28 Mark Stone
29 Andrew Mangiapane
30 Cam Talbot
31 Nathan MacKinnon
32 Joe Thornton
33 Brayden Schenn
34 Tyson Jost
35 Peyton Krebs
36 Marc-Andre Fleury
37 Connor Brown
38 Jordan Eberle
39 Adam Henrique
40 Corey Perry
41 Bowen Byram
42 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
43 Cale Makar
44 Ryan Ellis
45 Jason Spezza
46 Ryan O’Reilly
47 Matt Duchene
48 Steven Stamkos
49 Mitch Marner
50 Alexis Lafreniere

51 Kirby Dach
52 Quinton Byfield
53 Kris Letang
54 Travis Konecny
55 Sam Reinhart
56 Marc-Edouard Vlasic
57 Tyler Seguin
58 Tyler Toffoli
59 Jonathan Huberdeau
60 Jeff Skinner
61 Barrett Hayton
62 Brendan Gallagher
63 Dylan Strome
64 Jonathan Toews
65 Jeff Carter
66 Matt Dumba
67 Max Domi
68 Thomas Chabot
69 Brayden Point
70 Jonathan Marchessault

Women’s National Team

71 Sarah Nurse
72 Natalie Spooner
73 Rebecca Johnston
74 Jocelyne Larocque
75 Brianne Jenner
76 Emerance Maschmeyer
77 Melodie Daoust
78 Erin Ambrose
79 Renata Fast
80 Jamie Lee Rattray
81 Marie-Philip Poulin
82 Victoria Bach
83 Blayre Turnbull
84 Jillian Saulnier
85 Ann-Renee Desbiens


86 Steve Yzerman
87 Mark Messier
88 Martin Brodeur
89 Phil Esposito
90 Bobby Hull
91 Guy Lafleur
92 Joe Sakic
93 Eric Lindros
94 Shayne Corson
95 Marcel Dionne
96 Jarome Iginla
97 Grant Fuhr
98 Paul Coffey
99 Mario Lemieux
100 Wayne Gretzky

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2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Checklist – Inserts

Canada’s Captains Checklist

15 cards.
1:4 packs.

Buy on:

2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Canada's Captains Eric LIndros

CC-1 Adam Henrique
CC-2 Kyle Turris
CC-3 Connor McDavid
CC-4 Claude Giroux
CC-5 Sidney Crosby
CC-6 Corey Perry
CC-7 Marie-Philip Poulin
CC-8 Ryan Getzlaf
CC-9 Mario Lemieux
CC-10 Eric Lindros
CC-11 Dylan Strome
CC-12 Maxime Comtois
CC-13 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
CC-14 Jaden Schwartz
CC-15 Wayne Gretzky

Championship Medals Checklist

15 cards.
1:2.5 packs.

Buy on:

M-1 Patrice Bergeron
M-2 Connor Brown
M-3 Cale Makar
M-4 Connor McDavid
M-5 Sidney Crosby
M-6 Sam Reinhart
M-7 Eric Staal
M-8 Alexis Lafreniere
M-9 Marie-Philip Poulin
M-10 Jonathan Toews
M-11 Shayne Corson
M-12 Jordan Eberle
M-13 P.K. Subban
M-14 Kris Letang
M-15 Wayne Gretzky

Program of Excellence Checklist

15 cards.
1:8 packs.

Buy on:

POE-1 Connor McDavid
POE-2 Carey Price
POE-3 Patrice Bergeron
POE-4 Joe Thornton
POE-5 Alex Pietrangelo
POE-6 Marie-Philip Poulin
POE-7 Steve Yzerman
POE-8 Brayden Point
POE-9 Joe Sakic
POE-10 Corey Perry
POE-11 Eric Lindros
POE-12 Jarome Iginla
POE-13 Mike Gartner
POE-14 Drew Doughty
POE-15 Brent Seabrook

Team Canada Trios Checklist

15 cards.
1:24 packs.

Please note that it appears that the backs for #T-7 and #T-12 were mistakenly mixed up. We are monitoring to see if all are like that or if there are corrected versions.

Buy on:

T-1 Ryan Nugent-Hopkins / Connor McDavid / Pierre-Luc Dubois
T-2 Taylor Hall / Claude Giroux / Jason Spezza
T-3 Jonathan Toews / Carey Price / Kris Letang
T-4 Nathan MacKinnon / Ryan O’Reilly / Mitch Marner
T-5 Andrew Mangiapane / Connor Brown / Adam Henrique
T-6 Marie-Philip Poulin / Natalie Spooner / Rebecca Johnston
T-7 Sidney Crosby / Patrice Bergeron / Ryan Getzlaf
T-8 Alexis Lafreniere / Quinton Byfield / Dylan Cozens
T-9 Guy Lafleur / Bobby Hull / Phil Esposito
T-10 Anthony Mantha / Mark Stone / Kyle Turris

T-11 Thomas Chabot / Travis Konecny / Mathew Barzal
T-12 Wayne Gretzky / Paul Coffey / Eric Lindros
T-13 P.K. Subban / Jordan Eberle / John Tavares
T-14 Shea Weber / Jordan Staal / Jonathan Toews
T-15 Mark Messier / Wayne Gretzky / Mario Lemieux

Timbits to Team Canada Checklist

5 cards.
1:100 packs.

Buy on:

1993 Sidney Crosby
1993 Brad Marchand
1998 Brendan Gallagher
2000 Brayden Point
2000 Nathan MacKinnon

UD Canvas Moments Checklist

15 cards.
1:6 packs.

Buy on:

CM-1 Sidney Crosby
CM-2 Carey Price
CM-3 Jeff Carter
CM-4 Bryden Schenn
CM-5 Brianne Jenner
CM-6 Patrice Bergeron
CM-7 Jordan Eberle
CM-8 Carter Hart
CM-9 Max Domi
CM-10 Matt Duchene
CM-11 John Tavares
CM-12 Mario Lemieux
CM-13 Jonathan Toews
CM-14 Eric Lindros
CM-15 Wayne Gretzky

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2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Checklist – Autographs

Maple Leaf Forever Autographs

15 cards.
1:38,699 packs.
Distributed via redemption.
150 total cards available.

Shayne Corson
Renata Fast
Grant Fuhr
Wayne Gretzky
Jarome Iginla
Alexis Lafreniere
Mario Lemieux
Brad Marchand
Mitch Marner
Connor McDavid
Mark Messier
Carey Price
Joe Sakic
Jonathan Toews
Steve Yzerman

Team Canada Autograph Jersey Relics Checklist

6 cards.
1:38,699 packs.
Distributed via redemption.
150 total cards available.

Quinton Byfield
Jarome Iginla
Alexis Lafreniere
Connor McDavid
Nick Suzuki
Jonathan Toews

Signature Cards Checklist

4 cards.
Distributed via redemption.

Sidney Crosby #9(9 copies, 1:644,978 packs)
Sidney Crosby #87(87 copies, 1:66,722 packs)
Nathan MacKinnon #23(23 copies, 1:252,383 packs)
Nathan MacKinnon #29(29 copies, 1:200,166 packs)

Team Canada Signatures Checklist

15 cards.
1:7,200 packs.
Distributed via redemption.
807 total cards available.

Quinton Byfield
Bowen Byram
Maxime Comtois
Dylan Cozens
Kirby Dach
Pierre-Luc Dubois
Thomas Harley
Carter Hart
Barrett Hayton
Peyton Krebs
Mitch Marner
Cale Makar
Connor McMichael
Brayden Schenn
Cam Talbot

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2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Checklist – Memorabilia Cards

Team Canada Jersey Relics Checklist

18 cards.
1:800 packs.
Distributed via redemption.

Mathew Barzal
Quinton Byfield
Thomas Chabot
Anthony Cirelli
Maxime Comtois
Dylan Cozens
Kirby Dach
Pierre-Luc Dubois
Aaron Ekblad
Ryan Getzlaf
Carter Hart
Rebecca Johnston
Travis Konecny
Peyton Krebs
Patrick Marleau
Brayden Point
Marie-Philip Poulin
Joe Thornton

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2021-22 Upper Deck Tim Hortons Team Canada Hockey Checklist – Prize Redemptions

Team Canada Framed Autographed Jersey Prize Redemptions Checklist

Martin Brodeur – 100th Anniversary (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Paul Coffey – Canada Cup (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Sidney Crosby – Milestone World Junior Championship (1 available, 1:5,804,800 packs)
Sidney Crosby – Team Canada (1 available, 1:5,804,800 packs)
Marcel Dionne – 1972 Summit Series (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Phil Esposito – Summit Series (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Grant Fuhr – Canada Cup (1 available, 1:5,804,800 packs)
Wayne Gretzky – Canada Cup (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Alexis Lafreniere – 100th Anniversary (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Mario Lemieux (1 available, 1:5,804,800 packs)
Mitch Marner – Men’s World Championship (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Carey Price (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
John Tavares – World Junior Championship (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Jonathan Toews (2 available, 1:2,902,400 packs)
Shea Weber (1 available, 1:5,804,800 packs)


Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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  1. Carl Quick 29 December, 2021 at 16:17

    You say the Team Canada Trios individual cards are tougher than the Timbits to Team Canada cards. Not true if the numbers and odds listed are correct.
    15×24=360 packs for one each of TCT
    5×100=500 packs for one each of Timbits

    • Ryan Cracknell 3 January, 2022 at 23:25

      @Rick – It’s very possible they don’t have a deal with Howe’s estate for inclusion in this product.

  2. Denis St-louis 5 January, 2022 at 09:48

    The list of trios is wrong. I got T12 in a pack this morning and it appears as T7 in the list.

    • Ryan Cracknell 5 January, 2022 at 10:12

      @Denis – Thanks for the heads up. Just did a little looking online to see what was up. Looks like the backs for T12 and T7 got mixed up so for both names on front don’t match the names on the back. I’ll continue to watch as more surface today and update in case it’s all being like that or some.

  3. Denis St-louis 5 January, 2022 at 11:00

    Thank you sir. I had not noticed the back doesn’t match at all the front. Nice quality control :)))

  4. John Lemmon 8 January, 2022 at 10:14

    I have T12 as well back does not match front
    Just pulled Nathan McKinnon timbits card…and only bought 2 packs ….does anyone know how much it is valued at ?

  5. Steve Hoffman 12 January, 2022 at 19:23

    Is it true some of the prize winning cards are heavier than regular cards and can be sourced out by weighing them?
    Or is this fake news?

  6. Ryan Mckinlay 14 January, 2022 at 09:58

    We also opened the T12 and the back is a T7 wondering if you have heard if upper deck or run Horton would be willing to fix have replacement cards so we have the right fronts and backs ?

  7. Ron 15 January, 2022 at 21:30

    Has anyone ever heard of 5 time Norris Trophy winner, Stanley Cup, All time leading defenseman Raymond Bourque? Shea Weber, Shane Corson? They couldn’t tie Ray’s skates. I’m talking about the selection of Team Canada Tim Hortons Cards. Sounds like someone needs help to select players. What do you think?

    • Ryan Cracknell 16 January, 2022 at 11:57

      @Ron – It’s not as easy as simply putting a player in a product. There needs to be agreements in place.

  8. Ed Zagar 16 January, 2022 at 00:25

    Why was Bobby Orr not included in the Team Canada set? He didn’t play in the 1972 Summit Series, but was named MVP of the 1976 Canada Cup…

    • Ryan Cracknell 16 January, 2022 at 11:58

      @Ed – Strong likelihood they didn’t have a deal in place with Orr for this product.

  9. Paul 16 January, 2022 at 11:16

    Bought lots of the earlier Tim’s nhl set and now buying this team Canada set. Both very difficult to complete base set. Close to almost half are now doubles. Quality control looks good so far. No surface issues with any of the cards. Though do wish they chose clear or sharper photos for the retired players.

  10. Diane 31 January, 2022 at 09:28

    Started buying team Canada cards for my granddaughter to collect. Campaign started Jan 5, 2022 and by Jan 25 stores in Simcoe, and Waterford and many stores in Brantford are out of cards making it almost impossible to collect anywhere near a full set with the many many doubles. Ridiculous!!!

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