Shoebox Shane opened a pack of series 1 back in 2010, and got a hologram! I wasn't as lucky with this high series pack, but I still got a bunch of new cards for my collection.
Early Upper Deck sets didn't do Series 1 and 2 traditionally. They would issue series 1, and then, what they called a High Series, which had new cards...but also had the first series cards mixed in as well. Really makes you wonder why anybody would open series 1 in the first place, when you could just wait for the High Series and chase the entire set. But as I just began collecting hockey actively this year, maybe there was a reason I am not aware of. I can't remember anymore but I think they did the same thing for the NBA as well. I have completed the 500 card NBA set, the hockey set runs to 700 cards, so I wonder if I will complete that as well some day? Time will tell!
#342 Troy Crowder
#82 Detroit Red Wings Team Checklist. This was a duplicate so I didn't scan my copy. But you can see it by clicking the link. I was given more than 2500 hockey cards in January 2015 so I'm not starting totally from scratch.
#131 Peter Bondra
Here's a card back.
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