It’s been a playoff hockey tradition for the past three years and it has become more popular now than ever. The rules are simple, a Twitter user needs only to submit their two picks (one from each team) to score the overtime winner using the hashtag #bucciovertimechallenge and ESPN’s John Buccigross will retweet some and give out a few t-shirts. It started off as only a few retweets to some lucky winners, but it has grown exponentially. The lore of winning a t-shirt from Buccigross has people cheating, even though they can buy a shirt on his website.
Brent Seabrook scores from the right point and the Blackhawks win it 6-5. Goal came 9:51 into OT.
— Dan Rosen (@drosennhl) June 20, 2013
Seabrook/Bergeron #bucciovertimechallenge @Buccigross
— Jake Rayner⚾ (@JakeRayner_) June 20, 2013
These two winners submitted their entries right as Brent Seabrook scored the winning goal (Vincenti has protected his tweets now) and ended up winning. I’m willing to give Buccigross the benefit of t...