So, there may not be any hockey this year — you know who won’t go on strike? The virtual players in NHL 2013 – -why not support them and their 16-bit past by sporting this cool NHL series inspired t-shirt from Sportiqe?

What’s that? You don’t have one? Let Blast help. We’re partnering with Sportiqe to give away two of these bad boys, and winning is easy. All you have to do is comment on this post and tell us what your favorite NHL moment is. That’s it. We’ll pick two random winners next Wednesday night, collect your information and send you out some stylish threads. You can enter as many times as you want — but only one will count towards the contest. Don;t try to scam and fraud, it’s not cool, we’ll find out and everyone will laugh — so let’s just skip the awkwardness and just be cool.

Good luck!

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3 Responses

  1. Dave

    Awesome shirts! I’m a Rangers fan so I’d have to say it was Messier’s “We will win” speech before coming back to win te cup in 94.

    Here’s hoping I win an hoping there’s a season!

  2. Kathleen

    Gordie Howe fracturing his skull during the 1950 playoffs and nearly dying is the greatest moment in NHL history, because he then continued to play professionally for another thirty years. After his recovery, this man went on to win the Stanley Cup three more times, six Art Ross Trophies, six Hart Memorial Trophies, and got a hat trick named for his unique style of play. That kind of dedication to the game, that way of getting back out on the ice, is something that modern hockey franchises could learn from. Great moments, naturally, are the ones that inspire the rest of us.

    Although I am also morally obligated to mention a certain goal by number 88 in the overtime of game six ending a forty-nine year cup drought for the city of Chicago.


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