Found April 13, 2012 on The Rangers Tribune:
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A couple of months ago I announced The Rangers Tribune's partnership with The Hockey Network, and promised some good things to come from the two of us. Well, with the Stanley Cup Playoffs in full force, we have a free New York Rangers playoff t-shirt from Madison Square Garden and we want to give it away to a lucky reader here on the blog. 

I wanted to come up with a creative way as to how to get you guys interacted and choose a winner, so here's how you can enter the contest:

- In the comments section of this post, share with us your favorite moment from the Rangers' regular season. Was it Brad Richards' 0.1 second game-winner? Or Henrik Lundqvist's stop on Danny Briere in the Winter Classic? There's plenty to choose from, so let us know.

- Secondly, be sure to include your Hockey Network username at the end of your comment. If you don't yet have an account on THN, make one here. Your submission will not count unless you include a THN username. 

From there we will choose a winner within the next two days (probably late Sunday). George from The Hockey Network will then gather your information and send out your free playoff shirt as soon as possible. 

Good luck and let's hear your favorite moments from this magical season!

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