The 1959-60 Parkhurst set consists of 50 hockey cards and represents players from the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs only. The set is highlighted by Maurice ‘Rocket’ Richard and Jacques Plante, both of the Canadiens.
The highest valued rookie card belongs to Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Carl Brewer. Toronto coach Punch Imlach also appears on cardboard for the first time.
Topps covered the rest of the league in 1959-60 with 66 hockey cards of players from the New York Rangers, Chicago Black Hawks, Detroit Red Wings and Boston Bruins. Leading the way in that set were the usual suspects, Bobby Hull and Gordie Howe.