12 cards per pack, let's take a look inside after the jump.
Chris Nilan #442 - We start this pack off with an enforcer; Nilan was best known as a tough-guy for the Montreal Canadiens in the mid 1980s. He was penalized a record ten penalties; six minors, two majors, one misconduct and one game misconduct, for a total of 42 penalty minutes during a game against Hartford on March 31, 1991.
Scott Stevens / Campbell Conference #482 - An All-Star card of one of the biggest hitters to ever play the game; lately with the uprising in awareness of headshots and concussions in hockey, I've heard Stevens' name come up a few times as a player who many people will think differently towards in the future as not just a big hitter - but as a cheap shot artist who cut short the careers of some of the leagues brightest stars. Nice card nontheless; I'm really into cards that feature players in their All-Star jerseys.
Kirk Muller #267 - I recall Mullers career in a different red & white jersey more so than as a Devil, but this is where it all started for the boy from Kingston. Muller was drafted 2nd overall in the 1984 Entry Draft behind a guy named Mario Lemieux.
Mike Vernon #254 - Nice card, look at that scuffed-up equipment. Vernon hoisted the Cup as a Flame in 1989 and as a Red Wing in 1997, a year in which he would also win the Con Smythe as playoff MVP.
Brad McCrimmon #294 - McCrimmon played 18 season in the NHL between 1979 and 1997 and left the league ranked 10th all-time in +/- with a total of +444. He died along with most of the Lokomotiv team, when the flight carrying the team crashed in Yaroslavl, Russia.
Kevin Lowe #214 - Lowe won a total of 6 Stanley Cups during his career; 5 as an Oiler and another as a New York Ranger.
Dave Taylor #214 - Taylor is the lowest-drafted player to net 1,000 career points, drafted in the 15th round (210th overall) of the 1975 NHL draft.
Chris Chelios #422 - Not the greatest choice of photography on this card. This would be Chelios' first year as a Blackhawk.
Ulf Samuelsson #287 - I think it's possible that the majority of people wouldn't share this opinion with me but I've always liked Ulf, especially in his days as a Penguin - maybe just because he was a Penguin. On another note, I always liked his the suit of armor-like padding he wore as well.
Tim Kerr #247 - Kerr put up some really stellar numbers when his season wasn't plagued with injuries.
Craig Janney #234 - I had a short stint as a Phoenix Coyotes fan so at one point in my life I was all about Craig Janney. Not much else to say about this card other than I like the Bruins jersey.
Donald Audette #519 - This is considered one of Audettes rookie cards, in which he scored 31 goals - a mark Audette would only pass once with 32 goals during the 2000-01 season as an Atlanta Thrasher.