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Thanks to Reebok, we have TWO of their official “2011 Conference Champions” t-shirts honouring the Canucks to give away.
To Enter: Just leave a note of support for the Canucks here in the comments, and I’ll draw for two random winners.
Deadline: Wednesday, June 8th, 5pm PT.
Update Thursday, June 9th And the Winners are…
A couple weeks ago I posted a contest for some bits of Canucks swag. The contest closed last Saturday, I’ve just been slow getting around to doing the draw. (Sorry!)
So without further adieu, here are the winners of the Canucks cap, the Canucks wall flag and the Canucks beer bottle bank:
*drum roll please*
Contest closes on October 11th… before the first game of Jim Hughson’s opening CBC Canucks HNIC season.
Please leave your name and email on this post. By random draw you may win one of the three prizes I mention on the video, and I’ll ship them wherever you want. (Even if you’re not a Canucks fan—as if that’s even possible…!)
*originally posted 7:40am ET
From TO411 Daily:
CBC, in conjunction with leading music producers Nettwerk Music Group, will conduct a nationwide search, inviting Canadians to write and record an original song for CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA. Then, in a debate that is certain to dominate conversations throughout the country, fans and a jury of experts will choose the best new composition.
CBC will offer $100,000 for the winning song, which will then become the new “official theme song” of CBC’S HOCKEY NIGHT IN CANADA and will be heard in every broadcast. A portion of the new theme song’s royalties will be donated to minor hockey in Canada. Details surrounding the contest will be announced next week.
Awesome. I’m as sorry as the next fan that Canada is losing its de facto national anthem, but this is exactly the right way for CBC to replace it; if the fans choose it, they can’t freak out about the choice.
Besides, it’s like a hockey fan’s version of Canadian or American Idol—except in this case, I actually give a damn.