Found March 27, 2012 on
Only one entry per person/per game
Running Twitter contest for the rest of the season. We will be raising the pot every game.
Huge thanks to GetToOurGame.com for this new PaulMartinPowerball song:
How to play:
1. Get yourself a Twitter account and guess the time and period Paul Martin will score a goal.
Using this screenshot, the goal is scored at 13:51 of the second period.
NOT 6:09 of the second.
2. Copy and paste the following into your tweet, obviously entering in your own guess:
@Pensblog 13:51, 2nd per. #PaulMartinPowerball
Only one entry per person
Entries are locked at the opening faceoff. No use jobbing.
Closest time, over or under, wins.
Every game going forward we will add $5 or $10 to the Paul Martin Powerball pot.
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Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Ben Lovejoy will miss 3-4 weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his right knee on Tuesday. Lovejoy injured the knee in the first period of a 5-2 win over New Jersey on Sunday. The injury means Lovejoy would likely miss Pittsburgh's first-round playoff series.
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