Found February 17, 2013 on The Royal Half:
First off... read THE ROYAL HALF GAMEDAY PREVIEW... available exclusively at LAKings.com.  Then... today we have a couple of new games to play for our readers at home. 1st off, it's French Canada's favorite new Game Show... LÉ GAGNE GOAL™!!! The rules are simple... just guess the exact time and period that Simon Gagne scores his 1st goal of the season today against the Chicago Blackhawks... and you win a free t-shirt from The Royal Half Gift Shoppe. Wear it ironically! Now remember... hockey is played with a clock that counts down from 20:00... so your prediction for GagneGoal™ has to match the time from the official box score. Using this screenshot, the goal is scored at 13:08 of the first period. NOT 6:52 of the first. You can put your predictions in the comments below or reply to me on Twitter with #GagneGoal. You MUST use the hashtag #GagneGoal to be eligible. Good luck! Entries end at 12:30pm Pacific Time today! And since Darryl Sutter can't decide which LA Kings goalie will start today against the Chicago Blackhawks... PRESENTING: QUICKSTART™!!! OR BERNIEREMBARKATION™! Just guess which LA Kings goalie gets the start today in Chicago. You must reply in the comments or on Twitter with #QuickStart or #BernierEmbarkation. One winner will be chosen at random to win a free TRH t-shirt. Good luck!
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