The Worst Hockey Cards of All-Time is a regular feature at Houses of the Hockey. On occasion, we’ll be highlighting some of the ugliest, funniest, and error-ridden cards both past and present.

The Winnipeg Jets entered the NHL for the start of the 1979-80 season, and boy were they shitty. Their leading scorer in that inaugural NHL season was Morris Lukowich, the man pictured below in front of that lovely sequined background.

There’s not much that needs to be said about this shot, other than the fact that sequins were best left for “Macho Man” Randy Savage’s robes.

Stick tap theScore’s own Tim Micallef

Although we consider ourselves a bunch of nostalgia crazy hockey geeks, and have all collected cards throughout the years, we’re always looking for new cards to highlight. If you have a hockey card you’d like to see featured, just email us at hoth@thescore.com and we may post your submission.

Comments (2)

  1. It’s funny you should show a Jets hockey card.I buy and sell sports cards and lately I have been selling my old Jets cards ..and have found lots of buyers…hoping the Jets come back to Canada.But we all no know that it is not going to happen. I sold a couple of Morris Lukowich and a few others for over 50.00.Plus a bunch of logo pogs and pennants.Imagine if they do come back to Canada….

  2. Looks like it happened, good for sales indeed!

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