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2012-13 Top Prospects card set unveiled

March 7, 2013

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. … The American Hockey League and the Professional Hockey Players’ Association today unveiled the 2012-13 AHL Top Prospects trading card set, featuring 75 of the outstanding young players in the AHL this season.

The set, manufactured by Choice SportsCards of Aston, Pa., features action photos and career statistics of rising stars from all 30 AHL teams. The cards are available for purchase online at ahlstore.com and in select AHL arenas.

Included in the set are:

T.J. Brodie
Roman Horak
Sean Couturier
Brayden Schenn
Harry Zolnierczyk
Adam Henrique
Jacob Josefson
Adam Larsson
Jakob Silfverberg
Patrick Wiercioch
Mika Zibanejad
Brock Nelson
Nino Niederreiter
Michal Jordan
Zack Kassian
Jordan Schroeder
Chris Kreider
J.T. Miller
Petr Mrazek
Gustav Nyquist
Nathan Beaulieu
Jarred Tinordi
Tomas Kundratek
Dmitry Orlov
Mikael Granlund
Jason Zucker
Andrew Agozzino
Mike Sgarbossa
Tyler Toffoli
Linden Vey
Taylor Beck
Austin Watson
Emerson Etem
Hampus Lindholm
Jordan Eberle
Taylor Hall
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins
Magnus Paajarvi
Justin Schultz
Ian Cole
Jaden Schwartz
Oliver Ekman-Larsson
David Rundblad
Chris Summers
Ryan Spooner
Niklas Svedberg
Zemgus Girgensons
Cody Hodgson
Brayden McNabb
Mark Pysyk
Marcus Kruger
Brandon Saad
Quinton Howden
Alex Petrovic
Drew Shore
Cam Atkinson
Tim Erixon
Ryan Johansen
Alex Burmistrov
Zach Redmond
Cory Conacher
Brett Connolly
Alex Killorn
Vladislav Namestnikov
Brenden Dillon
Jamie Oleksiak
Reilly Smith
Jake Gardiner
Korbinian Holzer
Nazem Kadri
Beau Bennett
Brian Dumoulin
Joe Morrow
Sena Acolatse
Freddie Hamilton

In operation since 1936, the AHL continues to serve as the top development league for all 30 National Hockey League teams. More than 85 percent of today’s NHL players are graduates of the American Hockey League, and more than 6 million fans attend AHL games across North America every season.