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So the NHL may not be the No. 1 sport in North America James Hurst Jersey , but NHL rookie cards are fairly popular. When a new season is in full swing, this means that new players are going to be making their respective debuts on the ice. This doesn't automatically mean that the youngsters are immediately going to become the next Alex Ovechkin, Sidney Crosby or even Connor McDavid, but they're likely going to help out their teams with their skills from the minor league and/or college levels.

Anyway, it's really fun to get a hold of various NHL rookie cards and save them for your hockey card collection, but did you know that the cards can be a money maker, as they're probably worth hundreds and maybe even thousands of dollars today? Yeah, that's right, there's a chance that you can financially benefit from your collection, unless if you don't plan on doing so. That's fine too, but you might want to reconsider one day because you may need the extra bucks to splurge on significant purchases like formal wear, vacation trips and perhaps a second home.

The NHL season doesn't kick off until this coming October. But that doesn't mean that you can't partake in hockey-related activities this summer, including reading this list-based article that focuses on rookie NHL cards. Anytime is a good time to check out this winter spot, especially if you're a diehard hockey fan with ice in your veins.

Here are 30 NHL cards (mostly rookie cards) that are now worth a fortune at auction.

Three sports memorabilia collectors who accused New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning of providing bogus ”game-worn” equipment that was sold to unsuspecting fans settled their lawsuit against the Super Bowl-winning quarterback on Monday Authentic Anthony Barr Jersey , days before the case was scheduled to go to trial.

A spokesman for the defendants, a group that included Manning, the Giants, two equipment managers and Steiner Sports, the company with whom Manning is under contract to provide game-worn jerseys and helmets for sale, said Monday night a settlement had been reached to resolve the claims. Details were not given.

Plaintiffs Eric Inselberg, Michael Jakab and Sean Godown had sought triple the amount of their alleged losses – which totaled less than $20,000 combined – for buying two helmets billed as worn by Manning. They also had sought punitive damages, and claimed in court filings they would produce evidence that would ”show that Manning engaged in a pattern of knowingly providing items to Steiner Sports that he misrepresented as having been game-used when he knew they were not.”

Manning and the Giants had denied the allegations and characterized the suit as ”inflammatory and baseless” in court filings.

Jury selection was to have begun this week, but a death in the family of one of the attorneys had pushed that back to next Monday.

An attorney for the plaintiffs confirmed the settlement Monday night.

Inselberg filed the lawsuit in 2014. The suit claimed two helmets purchased by Inselberg and the two other plaintiffs – including one purportedly used by Manning during the Giants’ 2007-2008 Super Bowl season – were bogus. Inselberg alleged photographic experts using a technique called ”photomatching” could not find evidence that the helmets were ever used in games.

The Giants and Manning contend photomatching is unreliable because it does not take into account that helmets are routinely reconditioned during or after a season, the evidence of which might be found on the inside of the helmet and not the outside.

The stakes were raised in the lawsuit in April 2017 when Inselberg’s attorneys filed court documents that contained emails between Manning and equipment manager Joseph Skiba, who also was a defendant in the lawsuit. In one email, Manning asks Skiba to get ”2 helmets that can pass as game used.”

The email does not refer to the two helmets at issue in the lawsuit, but Inselberg alleged it indicates a pattern of fraud.

When the emails went public last year Cheap Customized Philadelphia Eagles Jerseys , Manning angrily denied any wrongdoing. In a court filing this month, Manning’s attorney wrote that the email was intended to ask Skiba for two game-used helmets that would ”satisfy the requirement of being game-used.”

”Manning never instructed Joe Skiba to create any fraudulent memorabilia,” attorney Robert Lawrence wrote. ”Rather, Manning believed that if he asked Joe Skiba for his helmets, he received his game-used helmets and that the helmets he received from Skiba were his game-used helmets.”

In the same court filing, Manning’s lawyer accused Inselberg of being ”engaged in a decades-long memorabilia scheme” in which he obtained, without permission, game-used Giants equipment, including Manning’s, from Skiba and Skiba’s brother, Ed, as well as a local dry cleaner.

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