2007-08 Upper Deck ICE, Glacial Graphs of #11, Anze Kopitar. This card is one of those clear acrylic deals, thus the white dummy card behind it to make the autograph easier to see.
2012-13 Panini Certified, gold parallel Jordan Nolan auto, #'d 18/25. Kid's a bruiser. Nolan is one of several NHL players with Native American blood. That makes me wonder how well represented Native Americans are in other popular professional sports like soccer, football, basketball, or baseball.
Anze again, from 2006-07 UD Ultimate Collection. This card is my favorite of the three. The signature is bright, sharp, and on card. The team colors and design work well together. The other two cards have clean designs, but are a bit rigid in comparison.
I enjoy hockey cards! One could easily imagine that the smaller market for them - in comparison to baseball, for example - would make card manufacturers more prone to releasing products with inferior quality and lazy design. That, luckily, does not seem to be the case. Hockey cards (especially the hits) usually look amazing and do not lack for innovation. Maybe companies can spend more time and energy on making higher quality, awesome-looking hockey products since they're not just churning out a bunch of shite like they do sometimes with baseball.