A Special Farewell Episode of Panini Unwrapped: 2010-11 Crown Royale Hockey

Join Panini America's Tracy Hackler and Scott Prusha for the historic final episode of Panini Unwrapped . . . at least the final episode in Panini America's old office.

Join Panini America’s Tracy Hackler and Scott Prusha for the historic final episode of Panini Unwrapped . . . at least the final episode in Panini America’s old office.

On Monday, the company will be operating in spectacular new digs just a few miles up the road. One of the final acts of business in the old building came late Friday afternoon, when the FedEx man delivered two preview boxes of 2010-11 Crown Royale Hockey.


The first two boxes of this product, due out in hobby shops across North America starting Wednesday, did not disappoint.

Stay tuned to the end of the video for a special alternate ending to commemorate the special occasion.

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7 Replies to “A Special Farewell Episode of Panini Unwrapped: 2010-11 Crown Royale Hockey”

  1. I think the real question is, “Why you don’t have a poll going on to see who’s shirt gets voted coolest: Scott’s Kobe shirt or Tracy’s Tebow shirt?”.

    Crown Royale Hockey looks cool. Love die cuts and the on-card auto’s are def sweet. Nothing is going to beat the announcer auto’d cards. I will have to stay up late next week to see if I can grab one of the first Rick Jeanneret auto’s that hit the Bay.

  2. Crown Royale has come a long way since Pacific first brought it out back in the day. I definitely have to get a box of them. The cards really do have that “regal” feel to them and the on-card autos are a real plus. My favorite would have to be the “Coat of Arms” set as those cards are going to be beautiful works of art.
    Thanks for producing another solid and intriguing set of hockey cards onto the market!!!

  3. Looks Spectacular! Love the various designs incorporated into the sets, yet keeping the Crown Royale identity. The Rink auto’s will be my favorite, that might have to be my first set quest ever.. I love how the auto stands out against the white of the ice hockey rink .. Design of the year for hockey cards! Maybe next year, an acetate rink version/variation..?
    Thanks for video and enjoy the new digs!

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