2011-2012 ITG Enforcers Box Break & Review

Design: Photobucket

In The Game Enforcers celebrates some of professional hockey’s most brutal players and battles.  The design truly reflects what this product is all about.  There are blood spots on a majority of the set, and the autographs look as if they are signed on bandages.  The “Bloody Battles” portion of the set have an artistic look to them which really looks nice.

Price: Photobucket

Boxes are currently selling for about $64.00.  Considering the amount of “hits” inside I think that’s a very good price.

“Hit” Quality: Photobucket

Every box should contain (12) cards – (5) base, (2) relics, and (5) autographs.  I pulled the following:


  • Rich Pilon Enforcers Autograph
  • John Wensink Enforcers Autograph
  • Garth Butcher Enforcers Autograph
  • Craig Berube Enforcers Autograph
  • Jay Miller Enforcers Autograph
  • Dave Manson Enforcers Instigator 2-Color Jersey
  • Colton Orr / Andrew Peters Combatants Dual Jersey
  • Ray vs. Odgers Bloody Battles #83
  • Rychel vs. Twist Bloody Battles #87
  • Jay Miller / Chris Nilan Tale of the Tape #39
  • Dale Hunter / Mark Hunter Tale of the Tape #45
  • Gaetz / Odgers / Marchment / McSorley Tough Franchise #13
Overall: Photobucket
Overall, I give 2011-2012 ITG Enforcers 4 drops of blood out of 5 (1=poor & 5=perfect).  Enforcers has attracted a lot of publicity due to the fact the entire product is based on individuals that got into brutal battles on the ice.  Some people are totally against a product that celebrates fighting.  I guess they’ve never seen any of the boxing or MMA products on the market.  Its a refreshing product with an entertaining design.


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