In a year full of headline-making hockey firsts for Panini America, it's likely that no product on the roster has generated more pre-release buzz than 2010-11 Dominion, the unabashed summer blockbuster slated for a late-July release.
In a year full of headline-making hockey firsts for Panini America, it’s likely that no product on the roster has generated more pre-release buzz than 2010-11 Dominion, the unabashed summer blockbuster slated for a late-July release.
Although complete details — and additional images — of the opulent offering will be released in the coming days, we simply couldn’t wait any longer to share this early glimpse with you. After all, it’s never too early to begin preparing for a product that’s as singularly spectacular as this one. Stay tuned . . .
10 Replies to “Panini Peek: Teasing 2010-11 Dominion, Hockey’s New High-End Heavyweight”
Another winner from Panini!
Is this the equivalent of National Treasures for Hockey? If not, how does this differ?
P.s. Great job with the design. I love how the players image pop and the area for a signature is clean.
These cards are sick. It’s nice to see a great card design with very nice jersey patches and autos. What kind of pack price are we looking at, and how many cards per pack? Will there be promo cards at the Toronto spring expo? I would like to see these cards in person. Panini has always had great card designs ( I hope this trend continues).
The rookie patch/auto is top notch. I can’t wait to see Jeff Skinner’s card.
Okay, so it’s going to be called Dominion instead of National Treasures.
Works for me 🙂
I would have liked it to be call NT as well. I’ve been collecting for awhile so I cant be the only person that remembers the Dominion name as a .99 a pack Fleer low end extravaganza.
I guess your perception of Dominion is going to have to change!
This product looks great.
I imagine we’ll all be left slack-jawed and speechless once this hits.
I knew you guys would bring it big, Tracy send my compliments to the “chefs” and tell Al he better get plenty of Kings in this, namely Kopi. 😉