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Here are the winners of The Confluence’s “Miracle” contest

Thanks to everyone who participated in our Stanley Cup Finals contest for Blu-Ray copies of “Miracle”.  The final results were 31 total goals in the series, with a 3 goal differential (17 goals for the Wings, 14 for the Pens).

Originally, we had planned on having three winners, but after tallying the results, we ended up with four winners.  The vendors have graciously agreed to provide another Blu-Ray DVD, so thank you to them.  Here are the winners:

The first two winners are “miked051” and “moneypuck”, who both nailed the total goals with 31.  The final two winners were obtained by the tiebreaker of the goal differential.  Both “shanetx” and “steveyzerman” were one goal off with 30 and 32 goals respectively, and both were one goal off the differential with 4.  Honorable mentions also go to “dbcooper” and “miah” who also were one off the total goals, but didn’t beat the differentials of the other two.

I will be contacting each of you soon, thanks again.

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Welcome to The Confluence, a Pittsburgh Penguins blog since 2006.

Originally at Blogspot, then at MVN, TheConfluence has over 1500 articles reporting Penguins news as well as jumping on my soapbox to opine constructive Penguins criticism.

I am blogger- credentialed with the Pittsburgh Penguins.  My posts are regularly linked by hockey websites such as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh Tribune Review, Yahoo!‘s Puck Daddy, and I’ve done numerous guest blogger spots on such websites asthe New YorkTimes.  I am a retired U.S. Navy Chief Petty Officer.

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