Join Karvin Cheung, Panini America's Director of Product Development, and Scott Prusha for this long-overdue edition of Panini Unwrapped starring 2011-12 Score Hockey, the company's first NHL product of the new season.
Join Karvin Cheung, Panini America’s Director of Product Development, and Scott Prusha for this long-overdue edition of Panini Unwrapped starring 2011-12 Score Hockey, the company’s first NHL product of the season.
Score, the venerable collecting favorite, has been re-engineered for a new season and includes many surprises for 2011-12. Watch the video for more details and stay tuned to The Knight’s Lance for updated information on the product checklist.
14 Replies to “Panini Unwrapped: 2011-12 Score Hockey”
one of your best products
love the buyback autos
What a pucking great product you guys a panini really scored a goal on this wish i could have those awesome box of cards great work.
Another great product thats both fun and affordable for all ages!!
The design of this years product is great. This is a great overall product for rookies, price, and the chance to get some nice looking autographs. Another great job everyone at Panini! Thanks for the break!
Trying to find out who cards #547, #548, #549, and #550 are. No one seems to have any info on theses four cards.
Thanks for any help.
It doesn’t stands on Panini Americas website who 547 are. But 548 are Ross Colbourne, 549 Cody Hodgson and 550 Aaron Palushaj.
Nice break btw. It looks really cool and the design are great. Waiting for my boxes…
The website is incorrect. Those three players are listed in the set as rookies too. I have spoken to several people and no one seems to anything about the cards.
Saw that now… Have no idea of wich they are then.
I had a great time, going back to ’90 Score always one of my favs.
nice product, like the cool lookin inserts, net cam, making an appearence and sno globe are all awsome.
I saw on the checklist but have yet to see the insert set Stanley Cup Champs of Zdeno Chara… was this card produced? Is it a SSP? I have yet to see on.
Let me check.
Was a print run list of the SP and SSP cards ever released? Looking for the print run of the Nugent-Hopkins auto. Thank you