Friday, June 10, 2011

Dirty Dangle Fans of the Game Hockey Cards!

Hockey players have long been collected and traded on cardboard by hockey fans, and even more recently - celebrity hockey fans - have been printed in hockey card sets. Now it's time for regular hockey fans to be cardboarded as well with their very own Dirty Dangle Fans of the Game hockey card honouring those fans who have really showed their passion this past year!
A recent attendee of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs in Vancouver, the Boob Flasher became a cyber-sensation after she was spotted on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada feed pressing her Sedin twins up against the penalty box glass. Thanks to a readied photographer, the Boob Flasher was captured in her moment of fame and may very well be in a History Will Be Made commercial soon about fan passion revealing itself. The Boob Flasher is the first card of many in the Dirty Dangle Fans of the Game hockey card collection, keep following as we release more in the set!

This might be the Boob Flasher's rookie card, but it looks like she has some experience... maybe Spring Break?

9 comments:

  1. I hope she's back tonight

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  2. Always nice to see some hockey card love. What image is on the back of the card? Will there be an autograph or "game-worn" material cards made? I think game-worn would be a fan favourite.

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  3. pretty sure she's banned from the arena, which is a shame.

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  4. I'd put my wax stain on those for sure

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  5. @Dave

    The image on the back is NSFW. Similar bio on the back, but her measurements are also listed

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  7. I am very happy you guys are keeping this a family/work friendly website. I am also glad you have clearly included all vital information on the backside of the card. Some companies skimp on this part and I knew Dirty Dangle would do it right!

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  8. I am forsure going to try and get this whole set.

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  9. So how many cards are you going to have in this set?
    One for every NHL team?

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