Well, today, we start previewing some of those masterful memorabilia cards that Barr's been carefully quality controlling. We'll have tons more to show you in the coming days. But for now, simply enjoy this Saturday showcase of 22 randomly selected images, highlighted by a little more Howe, some Mario Lemieux and so much more.
Remember a few days ago, when we previewed some of the historic Gordie Howe inclusions coming to 2011-12 Dominion Hockey? In that post, we mentioned the cool cache of images hitting my email inbox at a breakneck pace compliments of Panini America NHL Brand Manager Chris Barr, who is currently scrutinizing every single card slated for the product in advance of next week’s packout.
Well, today, we start previewing some of those masterful memorabilia cards that Barr’s been carefully quality controlling. We’ll have tons more to show you in the coming days. But for now, simply enjoy this Sunday showcase of 23 randomly selected images, highlighted by a little more Howe, some Mario Lemieux and so much more.
13 Replies to “Panini America Begins the Quality Control Process for 2011-12 Dominion Hockey”
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Those patch cards are nasty! Good stuff. Been really impressed with recent hockey releases!
Howe awesome are those !!!!! The benchmarks look sick
Stupid autocorrect should say Howe awesome those are
looks like they’re using some of the same designs from previous products..which can make it boring. But overall looks pretty decent.
Looking good … make that “great” … so far, can’t wait to see some more pics
not really blown away, prime seams better!
This stuff is looking deeper than ever, great work. Releasing two awesome products Prime and Dominion so close together shows the extensive work all year long these products require, and you guys make good.
Any pics of the rookie cards…?
Look forward to this product much like last year. Ready for some sick looking patches much like Prime.
That Howe Benchmark is delectable and don’t even get me started on how awesome those plates look!
Must have the Flyers Card, great job panini.