There are many great hockey card sets out there, but one of our favourites is the 1992-93 Pinnacle Sidelines subset that profiled nine NHLers and some of their off ice hobbies. Part One was great featuring Eric Lindros, Randy Wood, and Dale Hunter, and Part Two of our showcase is no different featuring some of the best (worst?) retro hockey cards from the 1990s.1991 NHL Entry Draft, but he was also a Tractor Chicken champion on his three-wheeler. Falloon was a pretty big bust who would be traded twice in his career and placed on waivers once. Ending his career to nicknames such as Fat Balloon for his poor conditioning and round shape, Falloon would get a chance to be closer to his family farm as he joined his hometown Foxwarren Falcons of the little-known North Central Hockey League and disappeared into hockey obscurity.
Dwayne Robertson's favourite NHLer was growing up.
Part Three in a few weeks will feature the last three of this set.