While the OT challenges are fun, the problem is that you never know if its actually going to happen. In the spirit of the Stanley Cup being polished and ready to be handed over to the LA Kings should they win tonight, I wanted to come up with a contest that will almost certainly result in someone winning a prize.
With that, I am introducing the new 1-player #KraksGWGChallenge. To enter: use your twitter account to predict who will score the game winning goal tonight. Make sure to use the hashtag #KraksGWGChallenge as well.
The winner of the #KraksGWGChallenge will receive a Harrow Sports prize from me that will ship tomorrow. One of the prize options will be a 1-piece stick – Harrow’s new Crowbar.
Here are the rules:
- Predict only 1 player who will score the game winning goal – not 1 from each team.
- You must use the hashtag #KraksGWGChallenge to be eligible to win
- Picks are due before the puck drops to start the game (approximately 8:15pm)
- Multiple entries will disqualify you, unless you mention you are changing your pick
**If there is a tie between 3 people or less, I will tweet out a trivia question about the player who scored the winner. Whoever responds first with the correct answer will win the prize.
**If the tie is between 4 people or more, a random draw will be used to determine the winner.
If you have any questions, you can contact me via my twitter account @ckraks.
The winner of the #KraksGWGChallenge will get a direct message from me via twitter. I will include links to 2 prize options, 1 of which will be a 1-piece hockey stick. The contest winner will be required to message me which prize they want, any size/color specifications and their shipping address.
About the Author
Written by Corey Krakower
I am the Director of NHL Content & Habs writer for ProSportsBlogging.com; I have spent 8 seasons behind the bench as a minor hockey coach; and I am the future GM of the Montreal Canadiens (according to my mom). I spend my days managing the Harrow Sports brand in my hometown of Montreal and I moonlight as a Hockey Advisor for Pi Athlete Management. Most importantly, I'll throw anyone under the bus for a laugh.