Patrick Roy, Ray Bourque, Luc Robitaille and Martin Brodeur.
These stickers were made by Panini and inserted in Durivage and Diana Bakery products in the Province of Quebec. The writing on the cards was primarily written in French. The players featured in this set were all born French-Canadian. These cards are very sought after as most collectors do not even know that these exist. You had to buy an awful lot of bread to try and assemble the whole set. They were the standard size of hockey cards. The most prominent players in the set were Patrick Roy, Ray Bourque, Martin Brodeur. There may be an album for these stickers but I have never seen one. There was also a Patrick Roy and a Jocelyn Thibault signed card randomly inserted into bread loaves. The Roy is valued at $200 wheras the Thibault is valued at $100.
The size of each sticker was about 8.9 cm X 6.4 cm (3.5 in X 2.5 in). There was no album made for this set.