I normally get home from work between 615-630 in the evening, depending on traffic. With all the preparations going on down here in S. Florida over hurricane Irma, I decided to turn on the evening news. CBS and NBC both led off with storm coverage, and it's been interesting to watch what all the different forecasters are predicting for the storm's path.
I've also been obsessed with posting the goalie cards lately, largely because $$ has been tight because of bills and of course, buying supplies for the storm. No buying means you have to get creative with what you post, and starting to put together this goalie set has helped with that.
So in the meantime, with Irma reaching category 5 status this morning, here's 5 more cards for the goalie frankenset.
It's a little hard to see on the 98-99 Upper Deck card, but Byron Dafoe's mask has his nickname "Lord Byron" on his chin, and the Bruins logo with a growling bear on the side. There's a rare sighting of a Curtis Joseph mask in the center that doesn't contain his trademark CuJo design. Bill Ranford's design was never a big thrill for me, so if I ever find a #226 card featuring a goalie, chances are this card may be replaced. These 3 cards are # 221,222 and 226.
I picked up the Mike McKenna card last month at the card show, largely because it was a gold medallion card from Fleer Ultra. I believe that the mask he's wearing is from his time with the Norfolk Admirals of the AHL.
The other card is easily my favorite card of the post (and yes, it's miscut) featuring Robb Stauber with the playing card King on his forehead. Of course I'd like to find a more centered card of Stauber, but it'll be tough for me to part with it because of my love for playing cards. These 2 cards are #234 & #248.
There's 5 more cards off of the list. I'm going to try and get some more posts in by the end of the week, and then we'll see where nature takes us....
thanks for reading, Robert