In The Game is pleased to offer collectors a collection of hockey cards featuring the exciting young career of Sidney Crosby.
Each Sidney Crosby Series boxed set will contain a 25-card base set
depicting Crosby's rise to fame. In addition, each boxed set will
contain one Game-Used Memorabilia card and one Autograph card.
The base set will offer collectors a chance to look at Crosby's road to
pros, beginning with his early days playing pee wee hockey in Cole
Nova Scotia. See him during his days playing midget hockey in Dartmouth
and with Shattuck St. Mary's Prep School before being selected first
overall by the Rimouski Oceanic in the 2003 QMJHL Draft.
Since the beginning of the 2003-04 season, hockey fans and collectors throughout the world have been following Crosby's career with great interest. Many of his amazing accomplishments with Rimouski are celebrated in this set along with his stellar international career that culminated with a Gold Medal victory for Canada at the 2005 World Junior Championships.
As stated above, each Sidney Crosby Collection boxed set will contain one Game-Used Memorabilia card and one Autograph card to give collectors unparalleled and unprecedented value in each set. The Game-Used Memorabilia cards will feature designs from past In The Game inserts as chosen by Dr. Brian H. Price, the company's President.
"This is the most exciting product I have ever worked on and I wanted to use
some of my favorite designs on the game-used memorabilia cards," said Price.
The Sidney Crosby Collection will be extremely limited and will be
on December 5, 2005. The online sales will be very limited due to demand
from our distributors. Each set will cost $249 US and can be ordered
online at www.itgtradingcards.com. Please note that the order form will
be removed without notice as soon as the online allocation limit is
This product is manufactured by In the Game and is not affiliated with, sponsored, endorsed or licensed by or connected to the National Hockey League or National Hockey League Players' Association.