The 1957 Topps Hockey set consists of 66 cards measuring 2-1/2" by 3-1/2". The cards represent players from the four American teams in the National Hockey League – Boston Bruins, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers – and marked Topps’ return to the hockey card market following a two-year hiatus. Each cardfront features the player’s likeness with the bottom border containing his name, position, team name and team logo. The gallery includes Ted Lindsay (#21), Terry Sawchuk (#35, with his name misspelled on the front), Gordie Howe (#42), Gump Worsley (#53), as well as the rookie cards of Johnny Bucyk (#10), Glenn Hall (#20), Pierre Pilote (#22) and Norm Ullman (#46).
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