Everyone is expected to keep track of their own score. The idea is to guess a few things about what happens in the game in order to accumulate points. Most points at the end of the year gets bragging rights for the year. Your answer should be in this format to standardize it and keep it neat and orderly. Here is what your answers should look like, and remember to keep track of your score throughout the season in each post.
My Total Season Points so far: 0 1. First Blackhawks goal scorer: Player name (2 points) 2. Winning team and Final Score: Team name, Score (1 points - 2 points if you guess the correct score as well as the winning team) 3. 3 stars of the game (based on NHL.com): Player name 1, player name 2, player name 3 (1 point per star)
I made one change to the rules and that was to specify the first goal scorer was from Chicago - last year people kept getting confused over that...everyone would always pick a Blackhawk as the first goal scorer and then get confused over whether it counted if that player scored first for Chicago but the other team scored first in the game. This should simplify things, I think. Obviously, no one will get a point if the team is shutout.
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