Not sure if this is the proper forum, but here goes. As the season approaches, I sit here reminiscing about my childhood and the hockey card craze of the early 1990s. So many amazing rookie cards: Modano; Lidstrom; Brodeur; Lindros; Sakic; Belfour; Selanne; Forsberg; Hasek; Fedorov; Jagr; and on and on and on. I find it unfortunate that the market became over-saturated beginning in 1989 (Sakic's rookie card year) and then just exploded the year after with brand after brand getting in on the action. Now you have HOFers with rookie cards worth anywhere from $1-$10 or so. And now because of the way they do it, you have for example Ryan Nugent-Hopkins - who has played just 102 NHL games - with an Upper Deck YG rookie that sells for around $100. Really? A buddy and I were trying to come up with proper values of each player's rookie card, based on the market value of cards from years prior. I know not everyone here collects (I don't really anymore though I'm kind of being sucked back in a bit), but for those that do or have I thought this may be interesting.