144 Zdeno Chara (Bruins)- Right off the bat I can say I like the way these look. The back says Chara is 6'9”/260.
210 Mark Stuart (Bruins) Rookie #'d 636/999- Naturally, both this and the next card had a dinged corner, and were the only two damaged cards in the pack.
TT Tim Taylor (Lightning) BAP Signatures- The Tool Man! Not the prettiest 'graph, but at least it is one. It appears he included his number on it. That was nice of him. A little personalization is always welcome. The auto is on a sticker if you can't tell, but being clear, it is un-intrusive and looks okay.
60 Peter Prucha (Rangers)- Here's what the back of the cards look like. Simple and clean, and I like the picture-in-picture effect (though it is the same one as is on the front). The rookie gets a headshot from the front on the back too, though the design is different.
Is net-finders common terminology for goal scoring, hockey fans? It sounds really weird to me.
19 Marty Turco (Stars)- Really nice looking cards. I wouldn't mind getting more of this if I actually collected hockey cards in a serious way. The Blackhawks in the set I could go for at least.
That was a nice pack, a numbered rookie and an autograph (only my second hockey sig). I don't know for sure, but does BAP have an auto in every pack? At any rate, it ALL looks good to my eyes. I am most pleased... though I suppose my only real use for these is as trade bait. So, uh, shoot me an email if you want to trade.