The 4 Key Rookie (RC) Stickers are Patrick Roy, Gary Suter, Steve Thomas and Wendel Clark. This set had 167 physical stickers to collect with 88 of these physical stickers having 2 numbers on them. Foil stickers from this set were very difficult to pull from packs. Based on the 2 cases (40 boxes) I opened, cracking open a 50 pack box would normally only yield, on average, 9-10 foil stickers or 1 every 5-6 packs. You would never normally find more than 2 foil stickers in any one package, but even that was a rare occurence. Considering that there are 15 different foils in this set, you can never make a full set by opening one box. This ratio stayed consistent over the 40 boxes. In oder to make a set, one would have to open 2-3 boxes just to get all of the foils from the set. All Star sticker foils were produced in lesser quantities than non-foil stickers. The 3 toughest pulls from packages were, by far, the, Roy MVP #5 Foil Conn Smythe Trophy winner, the Shaw/Bourque #119 Foil and Suter/Lemieux #120 Foil All Star stickers which each seemed to be pulled once every 2-3 boxes. The frequency of pulling an Yzerman #161, Gretzky #72 (normally found as the bottom sticker in a pacakge), Gretzky #191, Gretzky #195, Lemieux #233 was really good as you normally pulled 1-2 of each per box on a pretty regular basis. The Roy MVP #5 foil appeared in packs (normally the top sticker of the pack) at a rate of only 1 per box. The Savard sticker #150 always appeared as a top sticker in the pack and seemed to come up about 2-3 times in every box. The sticker album shows a jubilant Patrick Roy holding his 1st Stanley Cup above his head. O-Pee-Chee chose Larry Robinson to adorn the front of each yellow package of stickers. O-Pee-Chee distributed these stickers out of London, Ontario in Canada.