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P.K. Subban and his top 3 rookie cards

When he played for the Montreal Canadiens, P.K. Subban was arguably the most entertaining player to watch on that team.

After he was traded to the Nashville Predators, an exciting and entertaining team themselves to watch during the 2017 hockey playoffs, Subban looked like he fit in nicely.

Here’s our picks for the top 3 rookie cards belonging to the electric defenseman.

Screen Shot 2017-06-07 at 1.48.18 PM.png2010-2011 SP Authentic Future Watch Autographed Patch rookie card (/100)

The SP Authentic Future Watch autographed cards are popular amongst hockey card collectors.

While Subban has one of his own, this rookie card (limited to just 100) also has a patch with the autograph on the card.

And its value (ungraded) is surprisingly quite affordable.

Value (as of June 2017): $100 (Ungraded)

Screen Shot 2017-06-07 at 1.53.31 PM.png2010-2011 Upper Deck The Cup Autographed patch #176 (/99)

His Upper Deck The Cup rookie card is another nice looking card with both an autograph and a patch.

Prices seem to fluctuate quite a bit with one sold in May 2017 for less than $350 for a BGS Graded 9 card. The ones currently listed go for nearly $900 for a similarly graded card.

If you can find one for a value closer to the $400 mark, it’s one of the better rookie cards to own and it’s only serial numbered to 99.


Value (as of June 2017): $900 (BGS Graded 9)

Screen Shot 2017-06-06 at 2.52.51 PM.png2010-2011 Upper Deck Young Guns

Hockey card collectors can’t seem to get enough of the Upper Deck Young Guns collection.

While not serial numbered, the brand is well-known and it’s easier to get your hands on them.

It’s also very affordable especially for ungraded cards which shouldn’t be more than $40.

Value (as of June 2017): $100 (BGS Graded 9.5)


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