Local Hobby Shops and iCollectPanini.com Offer Exclusive Cards Honoring NHL Draft

The Stanley Cup Champion Los Angles Kings selected Nick Ebert with the last pick of the 2012 NHL Draft on Saturday afternoon, NHL fans emptied the CONSOL Energy Center in anticipation of the 2012-13 season.

The Stanley Cup Champion Los Angles Kings selected Nick Ebert with the last pick of the 2012 NHL Draft on Saturday afternoon, NHL fans emptied the CONSOL Energy Center in anticipation of the 2012-13 season.

Panini America officials were on location in Pittsburgh all weekend long gathering content from several NHL prospects, including No. 1 overall pick Nail Yakupov as well as Ryan Murray, Alex Galchenyuk and Griffin Reihnart.

For those who couldn’t make it, Panini made the Pittsburgh Penguins draft set available to anyone spending $25 or more on NHL products at iCollectPanini.com. Included in that set were exclusive cards honoring former draft headliners Mario Lemieux, Steven Stamkos and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins.

Panini America also teamed with local hobby shops in the Pittsburgh area to distribute three limited-edition draft day cards of Jaromir Jagr, Marc-Andre Fleury and Taylor Hall that were sent earlier this week to hobby shops in the Pittsburgh area.

Make sure to check with your local hobby shop for details.

Click here to visit iCollectPanini.com and get your exclusive Draft Day cards. 

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5 Replies to “Local Hobby Shops and iCollectPanini.com Offer Exclusive Cards Honoring NHL Draft”

  1. I remember when Jagr had that wild hair when he first broke into the NHL, lol. Man I am getting old if I remember that far back, lol. Great Pics Panini!!

    1. If you remember Jagr hair do you remember when Pacific had the Mullet contest for the collector with the best Mullet. I think he was feature in Beckett and won a ton of Pacific products back in the day. Nothing like wacky contests.

  2. Wow Jaga was rockin that mullet back in the day!!! But its fun to look back and see what was in during that time!!!

  3. Jagr didn’t have party in back, business up front, that was a party all over the poor guys head. WHAT WAS HE THINKING?

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