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NAME YEAR HOCKEY CARD SET S-SET # $ TYPE
MIKE RICCI 1990-91 SCORE -
433
0.30
FIRST ROUND DRAFT CHOICE 1990
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 O-PEE-CHEE -
13
0.05
SUPER ROOKIE
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 O-PEE-CHEE -
194
0.05
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 O-PEE-CHEE PREMIER -
23
0.25
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 PARKHURST -
123
0.25
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 PRO SET -
170
0.15
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 PRO SET PLATINUM -
85
0.20
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 SCORE CANADIAN -
28
0.20
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1991-92 UPPER DECK -
143
0.25
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1992-93 O-PEE-CHEE PREMIER -
91
0.05
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1992-93 ULTRA -
178
0.10
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1992-93 UPPER DECK -
477
0.10
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1992-93 UPPER DECK -
627
0.10
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 1997-98 DONRUSS -
180
0.10
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2000-01 UPPER DECK -
374
0.20
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2001-02 UPPER DECK MVP -
161
0.10
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2003-04 PACIFIC -
299
0.20
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2003-04 UPPER DECK MVP -
347
0.10
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2005-06 PARKHURST -
380
0.50
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2005-06 ULTRA -
151
0.50
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2005-06 UPPER DECK MVP -
295
0.30
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2005-06 UPPER DECK VICTORY -
153
0.40
COMMON
MIKE RICCI 2006-07 UPPER DECK -
152
0.40
COMMON
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Michael Ricci (born October 27, 1971) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre who played 16 seasons in the NHL. Mike Ricci was selected 4th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He had com...





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Mike Ricci

Michael Ricci (born October 27, 1971) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey centre who played 16 seasons in the NHL. Mike Ricci was selected 4th overall by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He had come off of three stellar seasons with the Peterborough Petes, and was dubbed a cannot-miss prospect. Ricci lasted only two years in Philadelphia, as in the summer of 1992 he was traded to the Quebec Nordiques in the Eric Lindros blockbuster trade.

Ricci would have a career year in his first season with the Nordiques, scoring 78 points. Mike Ricci quickly became an elite defensive centreman with San Jose, but he never was able to regain the offensive prowess of his earlier years. In 2005, Mike Ricci switched his uniform number to 40 in honor of formerNFL player Pat Tillman, who was killed in action while serving for the U.S. Army. The two had met in San Jose. On August 13, 2007, Ricci announced his retirement after telling The Peterborough Examiner that he had not recovered from neck surgery as well as he had hoped.

MIKE RICCI NHL Stats

Age Season Team Pos GP G A PTS +/- PIM Shot %
35 2006-07 PHX C 7 0 1 1 -1 4 0
34 2005-06 PHX C 78 10 6 16 -22 69 20
32 2003-04 SJS C 71 7 19 26 8 40 14.6
31 2002-03 SJS C 75 11 23 34 -12 53 10.9
30 2001-02 SJS C 79 19 34 53 9 44 16.5
29 2000-01 SJS C 81 22 22 44 3 60 15.6
28 1999-00 SJS C 82 20 24 44 14 60 14.9
27 1998-99 SJS C 82 13 26 39 1 68 13.3
26 1997-98 TOT C 65 9 18 27 -4 32 9.9
25 1996-97 COL C 63 13 19 32 -3 59 17.6
24 1995-96 COL C 62 6 21 27 1 52 8.2
23 1994-95 QUE C 48 15 21 36 5 40 20.5
22 1993-94 QUE C 83 30 21 51 -9 113 21.7
21 1992-93 QUE C 77 27 51 78 8 123 19
20 1991-92 PHI C 78 20 36 56 -10 93 13.4
19 1990-91 PHI C 68 21 20 41 -8 64 17.4
NHL season totals 1099 243 362 605 -1 974 14.6