As another great 10,000 Pucks Contest comes to a close, it’s time to recap this year’s event. With over 800 participants from around the world and 3.5 million shots recorded, this was the biggest (and best) contest to date!
With over 200,000 shots already logged in the 10,000 Pucks Contest, we wanted to continue to offer up tips for the players shooting pucks off…
Today (June 1st, 2011) marks the beginning of the 10,000 Pucks Contest for 2011. If you’re unfamiliar with 10,000 Pucks, here’s the quick overview:
Players: Set your goal for how many pucks you want to shoot over the summer, log your shots online, win prizes if you’re one of the top shooters.
Coaches: Set up your team, send them the link, track their progress through the summer.
The results are in for the 10,000 Pucks 2010 contest. In this year’s contest, we had 527 players logging shots from around the world. The total shot tally for this season was an impressive: 1,922,853. Not only did we surpass our goal of seeing 1 million shots logged, we almost broke the 2 million mark! Now, the moment everyone’s been waiting for….the player results.
Well, it’s official – this year’s contest topped the charts with over 1.2 million shots logged from around the world! Wow – I would have never guessed a few years back when we started running this it would ever get this big! Great to see everyone working so hard to reach their goals….which is the true purpose of this contest.
As the first month of the contest draws to a close, we’ve seen a record 740,000 + shots logged in the contest from over 480 participants across the world (yes, we even have some over-seas participants). It’s great to see everyone so dedicated to improving themselves. Keep up the good work!
HockeyShare is excited to announce the launch of the 2010 – 10,000 Pucks, 1 Summer Contest. This will be the 4th year of the contest, and we’re excited to see it continue to grow. Last year we had over 500 participants from across the US & Canada shooting pucks.
Winners from the 2009 – 10,000 Pucks Contest.