Stinky Hockey Gear Video Contest Winners Announced!

 

GRAND PRIZE WINNER – “My Smelly Hockey Bag”

 

Congratulations go out to Josh Thomas, who plays on an in-house mite team at Canlan Ice Arena; he was the winner of AHAI’s Stinky Hockey Gear Video Contest. Josh, and his dad, Tony Thomas, will get to watch the Chicago Blackhawks take on the Dallas Stars this Sunday at 6pm at the United Center. Josh also received an AHAI/Howies Hockey Tape T-shirt, 2 bottles of ReVitalize to keep his gear smelling like fresh linen and an Ultimate Hockey Fan Dryer courtesy of B&R Sports! Congrats again and enjoy the game!

 

RUNNERS-UP

 

“My Hockey Gear Stinks!”

Tyler Pruszewski – St. Jude PeeWee Gold A

“Stewie the Pug Loves the Smell of Hockey”

Scott Knusta – St. Rita High School Varsity

Dylan Knusta – Chicago Jets PeeWee 1


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