Signed insert card purchased at a card shop on September 21, 2012.
Now THIS is your typical "autographed prospect card" circa the mid-1990s--a signed card of a player who was a long shot to make it in the NHL, and yet was included in this prospect set.
Chris Hynnes was selected by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1991 Supplemental Draft. If you are wondering what the heck the Supplemental Draft was, it was a way for the NHL to draft college hockey players who were not eligible for the normal Entry Draft. This way, the player's rights would be owned by a team, and they could not negotiate as a free agent.
Thus, Hynes was definitely not a prospect by 1994. He had already moved on to another organization (Ottawa) and was playing in the CoHL (Colonial Hockey League)--two steps below the NHL level. He played in the minor leagues until 1999, then 2 more seasons in Germany.