Predict Canada’s Olympic hockey team for KidSport

For the second straight Olympic Winter Games the KidSport Victoria is running a contest to predict Canada’s Olympic men’s hockey team

For the second straight Olympic Winter Games the KidSport Greater Victoria chapter is running a contest to predict Canada’s Olympic men’s hockey team roster.

The cost to enter is $20, with proceeds going to KidSport Greater Victoria, which grants sports registration fees to children in need in the city.

The grand prize winner will guess all or the most players named to the men’s 2014 Olympic hockey team which will be announced on Jan. 7.

First prize is $1,000 and  second prize is a private box for 10 to 12 people at a Victoria Royals home game including food, a value of approximately $800. The Victoria Firefighters and Victoria Royals paired up to organize the contest.

Entry forms are available at kidsportvictoria.ca and victoriafirefighters.com and are limited to 23 players each. Tie-breakers may be used to determine the winners. The contest is limited to 1,000 entries. Deadline for entry is Jan. 6 at midnight.

 

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