November 18, 2014 was not only 96th anniversary of independence day of Latvia but also a return of Artūrs "The Wall" Irbe into the NHL line up. Despite that 47 years old Artūrs Irbe did not played that night, the fact it self is notable. This game almost became legendary and the last time, where two Latvians played in one team was in 2001-2002 season.
Who doesn’t like the numbers? Well, if I speak more specific – hockey statistics. Hockey is all about statistics, because, to win a hockey game, you must score more goals than opponent. The goal scorers are the first players who are remembered after the game, season or decades. In time, the assists started to count, to highlight, who is the real game maker and then plus/minus appeared to highlight the utility of the player. There are different roles in team for players and a different statistics to highlight their good and bad qualities. Of course, the game has developed since the birth and statistics thereby.
January 30th season 2014-15 game between Sabres (Zemgus Girgensons) and Canucks (Ronalds Ķēniņš) was Ronalds Ķēniņš NHL debut game. Canucks won 5-2 at home, Zemgus Girgensons recorded an assist. Ronalds Ķēniņš played 10:33, had one shot to the net and three hits. Ronalds Ķēniņš is 22nd Latvian who has played in NHL, he also was fourth Latvian in Canucks, but about friends and foes next time.
Before sending your cards in to get third-party grading, it is important to understand the criteria the various grading companies use. This will help you decide which cards to send in and get the highest possible grade. In order to check and evaluate cards for grading, it is best to have the following items:
Card condition is one aspect of trading cards that determine the value of a card. There are four areas of interest in determining a cards condition: