|#34 - Dany Heatley|
With these additions to the 88-89 OPC Tribute set, there are now 49 cards released. Only 83 more to go.
|#35 - Jaromir Jagr|
After spending 3 years playing in the KHL, Jaromir Jagr decided to make a comeback in the NHL. Jagr, a future first ballot HHOF, is 9th all-time on the career points list and needs 23 goals to move into the top 10 for goals. During the summer is was widely believed that Jagr was going to return to Pittsburgh, but in a surprising twist, Jagr spurned Pittsburgh Penguins offer and signed with the rival Philadlphia Flyers instead. While Jagr's mullet won't be making its return, Jagr's return to Pittsburgh should be an event.
|#103 - Guy Lafleur|
Guy Lafleur retired in 1985, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1988 and then re-retired in 1991. Lafleur had retired in 1985 due to issues over ice-time and offensive/defensive responsibilities under coach and former teammate Jacques Lemarie. After the Montreal Canadiens refuse to act on Lafleur's trade request, Lafleur retired.
After being inducted into the HHOF, Lalfeur signed a one year deal with the New Yrok Rangers and the played his final two years back in the province of Quebec with the Quebec Nordiques.