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by VooX on 04/14/10 at 09:05 PM ET
I am proud to announce the 3rd Annual “Pierre McGuire is a Douche Canoe” Contest. As a passionate hockey fan you likely hate the commentary of hockey analyst Pierre McGuire. You may also be planning to attend a playoff game this year. If so, the 3rd Annual “Pierre McGuire is a Douche Canoe” Contest is your chance to express yourself, make hockey history, earn glory and accolades, and win a pair of tickets to the Toronto Maple Leafs game of your choice next season in Toronto.
We want to make sure the prize, glory, and accolades go to the right person, so I recommend emailing me in advance to let me know of your attempt at:
The rules of the 3rd Annual “Pierre McGuire is a Douche Canoe” Contest are simple:
Make a sign which says, “Pierre McGuire is a Douche Canoe”. Go to an NHL playoff game. Get your “Pierre McGuire is a Douche Canoe” sign behind Pierre Mcguire’s head on TV at some point during the broadcast.
Two tickets to a Toronto Maple Leafs game of your choice in Toronto at the ACC during the 2010-2011 regular season.
If you don’t make an attempt to win the contest, please tell as many hockey fans as possible about the 3rd Annual “Pierre McGuire is a Douche Canoe” Contest. It’s the least you can do. With everyone working together to spread the word, we hope to have a winner this year.
Thanks everybody. Good luck to all.
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