The 1966-67 Topps set consists of 132 hockey cards and is highlighted by card number 35, the ultra valuable rookie card of Bobby Orr of the Boston Bruins. Other than the Orr card, the 1966-67 set lacks any significant rookie cards, other than that of Peter Mahovlich. Coaches Emile Francis of the New York Rangers and Harry Sinden of the Bruins appear on cardboard for the first time.
The standards of the 1960’s, Gordie Howe, Bobby Hull and Phil Esposito are the other major cards of value in the set. Checklists are also at a premium, valued the highest behind the Bobby Orr card.
Below is a video showing each card in the set. Beneath the video is a full checklist of 1966-67 Topps hockey cards. Clicking on each name will bring up the fronts and backs of each individual hockey card.