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First Ever Eagle Eye NHL Bracket Challenge

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Attention hockey fans: Introducing the first ever Tyrone Eagle Eye NHL Bracket Challenge!

This will be similar to Tyrone’s annual March Madness bracket challenge.

To enter, click this link: (https://bracketchallenge.nhl.com/leagues/tyroneeagleeye) and enter the password tyroneeagleeye. From there you can create your bracket and be entered in the first annual Eagle Eye NHL Bracket Challenge.

You will first have to create an account on NHL.com. To do this click “Sign In” at the top right corner of the website and then click “Create an Account”. Once you create your account you can go back to the link above to create your bracket.

While creating your bracket, please name your bracket by using your real name or else your bracket will be disqualified.

Creating a bracket is similar to the NCAA Tournament. All you have to do is select which team you think will win each series and once you have selected your picks all the way through the finals, it will ask you how many games you think there will be in each of the first round series.

If you have any questions on how to enter or if you need help setting up your bracket please contact  Zac Jamison ([email protected]) or Mr. Cammarata ([email protected]) or look for them around the school.

Hurry, you only have until the end of the day on Wednesday, April 11th to enter your bracket.

The winner will win a $25 Sheetz gift card and bragging rights. Good luck!

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5 Responses to “First Ever Eagle Eye NHL Bracket Challenge”

  1. Nick Greene on April 10th, 2018 10:01 am

    What are you going to do if the championship goes into june

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  2. Braden Ewing on April 10th, 2018 11:27 am

    Are kids in 6th grade able to participate in this?

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    tamara sprankle Reply:

    pretty sure, I can let you know tomorrow if you want Braden.

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    j Reply:

    hey this is coll

    [Reply]

  3. jj on April 11th, 2018 11:34 am

    this is cool hope the pens win

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