Found April 26, 2013 on Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
Grabbing lots for great prices is a tremendous feeling. Grabbing a lot of autos for $2 a pop is an even better feeling, especially when one of the cards within said lot would usually command the entire price you paid, if not more.I recently landed a lot of ten Anaheim Ducks' hits for the price of a blaster, and last I checked there's no blaster in the world that will yield ten hits. The prize of the lot was the above Paul Kariya on-card auto. It's just my second auto of the former Duck and his signatures usually run upwards of $20 at the cheapest so I was stoked to pick up this auction regardless of what else came with this beaut.I don't consider myself a collector of Corey Perry even though I have accumulated a nice assortment of cards of the Ducks' winger. He's just not a player I really like on-the-ice, and I'm a Ducks' fan for god's sake. I can only imagine how every other hockey fan feels about him. Nevertheless, a $2 dual auto that pairs him...
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