Cards per Pack: 5
There were plenty of great looking base cards in this box, but this Curtis Glencross stood out. It features an awesome non-action shot of him entering the rink.
Retro Parallels: 1
This Daniel Briere was the only retro parallel I got. I really like these cards, as they look and feel exactly like the originals from twenty years ago. They're even printed on thin, non-glossy card stock.
EA Sports Superstars: 1
I'm not sure what the point of this insert set was, but they actually don't look all that bad on the front. I really like the background and the different textures. This Mikko Koivu was the only one I got.
All-World Team: 1
This is another one of those low-end insert sets, but at least I got one of the best possible players in the set. The design is ok, I actually like the font used on the All-World text and the gold & black color combo.
Hockey Heroes: 1
This one is the sixth card in this year's set featuring Steve Yzerman. It looks the same as previous sets with the large encircled player image and the Hockey Heroes logo in the bottom right corner.
Young Guns: 1
I was happy to get one of these, although it's not one of the higher end rookies from this year (i.e. Hall, Subban, etc.), but that's ok with me. At first I wasn't a fan of the design for this year, but now that I have one it's beginning to grow on me.
Any time I get a checlist card, I like to show them off just to see what kind of designs are used. This time I got the Young Guns checklist, which is basically a horizontal version of the regular young guns.
All in all, this was a pretty good break. I got a Young Gun, some inserts, and a bunch of really cool looking base cards. Not bad for something I didn't pay anything for.