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Stanley Cup Playoff Pool
Debuted in 2015-16 NHL Season
2013-2015 the pool’s concept was formulated and this pool was tested & finalized.
I’m more than certain you will enjoy this pool and enjoy the NHL Regular Season a little bit more.
Pool begins Nov 5th which is the first PGP Saturday
This 2016-17 NHL regular season has 24 Hockey Night in Canada Saturdays’ games.
The HNIC PGP Pool begins on the first Saturday of November & covers 19 Saturdays over the season.
PREDICT (OR GUESS) THE OUTCOME OF SATURDAY’S GAMES. 19 SAT’S THRU-OUT THE SEASON TO PREDICT. COMPLETE A PGP CARD JUST PRIOR TO EACH OF THE SAT’S & YOU’RE DONE.
THAT EASY THAT QUICK. PREDICT MORE WINS THAN OTHERS & YOU WIN $$$$
- Each Saturday has its own PGP card to be completed.
- One time entry fee of $40 is due by November 12th.
- Deadline for each PGP Card is noon on the given Saturday.
- Every PGP Card submitted requires a date/time stamp.
- PGP Card can be completed online or downloaded (then attached & emailed).
- A hardcopy PGP Card (or reasonable facsimile) can be completed if scanned or a photo taken.
- The photo or scan can be submitted via email or text-msg.
How to partake in this Pool
- You need to register on or before Nov 4th midnight.
- You register just the one time for the entire season.
- Full name, Poolie name, valid email & a comment ref plan to pay entry fee, is all you need to register.
- Only the Poolie name is posted on the website, nothing else.
- This info can be done online or by email or by text-msg.
- With each registration, Poolie names will be added to a list & posted on the website.
- If you are curious as to how many Poolies are partaking, you can check the list.
- Once you registered, you can submit PGP cards. Deadline is always noon on the relative Saturday.
- You cannot submit PGP card unless you have registered and have paid for the season.
THE 2016-17 HNIC PGP
Its a fun NHL games pickem’ pool.
Interested ? Let me know.. Ask me questions…
THIS APR 8TH IS THE LAST HNIC PGP CARD