211 - Pelle Eklund - Philadelphia Flyers - See, I warned you that this wasn't going to be very exciting. Although you probably haven't heard of Pelle, he had a decent career in the NHL, tallying 455 points in 594 games.
47 - Ulf Dahlen - New York Rangers - Best mullet in the pack.
22 - Peter Stastny - Quebec Nordiques - One of two cards in the pack that caused me to warn you that the pack was "close" to a complete dud, rather than a flat out complete dud. Peter is a member of the NHL Hall of Fame and has the second highest career point total for a Slovakian. Can you guess who's ahead of him on that list?
4 - Tony McKegney - St. Louis Blues - Tony's Wikipedia entry claims that he's the first Black Canadien hockey player to make an impact in the NHL.
50 - Mike Gartner - Washington Capitals - The other card that saved this pack from complete disaster. Gartner was an incredible offensive player, scoring over 700 career NHL goals. He was traded to the New York Rangers in 1990 for the afore-mentioned Ulf Dahlen (Dahlen's mullet was considered heavily in the negotiations).
82 - Tony Tanti - Vancouver Canucks - In 1980-81, Tony broke the Ontario Hockey League record for most goals by a rookie by scoring 81 times. Whose record was it that he broke? None other than Wayne Gretzky.
55 - Ray Sheppard - Buffalo Sabres - The 20-year old gum from this pack was stuck so well to the back of Ray's card that his stats, as well as the brief paragraph about him, were both removed from the back of the card along with it. As a result, this card has been deemed a 1988 O-Pee-Chee bookmark and is stuck in the beginning pages of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness.
Hopefully the final pack of this hockey installment (which is much older) will be a little more exciting than this one was...