Todd Simpson knows the importance of kicking back, relaxing, and taking some time for yourself when you reach the middle of the work week. We’re just not sure why Upper Deck decided this was worth featuring on a trading card.
It’s Wednesday, you know the drill by now.
Mike Milbury’s Bruins card is more heavily airbrushed than the side of a 1970s van. It also makes Milbury look almost angelic. You’d never think he would have it in him to beat someone with their shoe. Or bash all of the European players on national television.
Mike Dunham’s card is unique for a few reasons. First of all, it shows a goalie on the ice without their mask. He is also drinking from his water bottle and has a strange expression on his face. Yikes.
Joe Juneau ready to kick out the jams.
The Bloodlines set of cards featured hockey relatives, most frequently brothers. They apparently caught the Sakic brothers on their way to the prom or something. Oh, early 90s.