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Awful Hockey Card Art: Defacing Chico, Disgracing the Whale

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It's summer, which means it's time for more Awful Hockey Card Art: Enter Chico Resch as a Flyer, Dave Barr as a Whaler.

Awful Hockey Card Art: The Warren Young Incident

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The 1986-87 O-Pee-Chee hockey card set contained many wonderfully bad paint jobs like these on Warren Young, Cam Neely and Chico Resch.

Awful Hockey Card Art: 1989-90 Marc Habscheid, Andrew McBain

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Exploring awful paint jobs in hockey card history, such as when Topps/OPC painted a velvet drapery on Red Wing Marc Habscheid.

Awful Hockey Card Art: Pat Verbeek, 89-90 Whalers

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Continuing the Awful Hockey Card Art series: Pat Verbeek's painted on Whalers uniform from his 1989-90 Topps card.

Awful Hockey Card Art: Randy Cunneyworth, 89-90 Jets

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Awful Hockey Card Art: Exploring the hilarious world of hockey card touch-ups, starting with one-time Winnipeg Jet Randy Cunneyworth's 1989-90 Topps card.

Islanders of Yesteryear: Clark Gillies

Editors' Note: I started these as FanPosts, but I think to include video and archive them in a proper section, I will need to duplicate them as main-thread stories. Please pardon the inconvenience...

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