Contestblog Winners & More


We all need to take our minds to a happier place.

So, today we will announce the winners of the three "Yes We Can" t-shirts from Storeblog.

After the jump.

Two winners have been chosen by the staff.

The third winner was randomly selected out of all entrants using this service.

We'd like to thank everyone for entering.
We received many, many great photos and we are in the process of uploading them all to a Flickr site in order to share them all.


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However, without further ado, here are our first two winners:


And here is our randomly selected winner:


We will be contacting the winners by email to discuss shirt details.

Thanks again to everyone who entered.
Picking the winners was a difficult task.

If you're still in a contest-entering mood,
Puck Huffers and Hockey, Football, and Stiletto Shoes are holding contests of their own.


Tomorrow night is the first Stanley Cup Final game in Pittsburgh this season.
We don't have to tell you how important it is that the crowd is loud.
The big screen will be out for the second-last time as well.

The Penguins are in a hole.
But they're coming home.

In the past you've heard them talk about how they feed off of the energy of the crowd.
They're going to need that energy more than ever tomorrow night.

Be loud.

If you want a Pensblog "Lets Go Pens" cheer card, you can download one here.

Clicking the link or the image above should take you to a PDF of the card.
It's formatted to print on a standard 8.5×11 piece of paper.


Kris Draper may be in the Detroit line up tomorrow night.
He's healthy enough to play, but Mike Babcock may not want to make any line-up changes at this point.
Pavel Datsyuk is still injured.

The extent of Chris Osgood's injuries is currently unknown.
Word around the NHL is that he may have hurt himself flopping to the ice after being poked by Talbot.
Rest assured, Hendrik Zetterberg is more than qualified to strap on the pads and play goal should Osgood's theatrics prove to be season threatening.

The NHL is reportedly looking for a new way to decide when to enforce the rulebook:

However, a monkey spinning a wheel would likely result in the same kind of inconsistency we see currently.
Lets Go Pens.