Win a Copy of Ted Starkey’s Transition Game By Predicting How Many VERSUS Games Puck the Media Correctly Predicts!

I thought I’d have a little fun with our fourth contest. Here’s your chance for a free copy of Ted Starkey’s Transition Game. Read the excerpt here. This is how it’ll go.

1. Enter your name and e-mail address in the comments, all folks who have never commented before will be approved.

2. Guess how many of the 72 games you see below that I am predicting will make the VERSUS schedule of 90 for various reasons (timeslot hint, big game, etc.) actually do show up when the slates are released on Thursday. Closest guess wins, you can go over, this isn’t The Price is Right. An additional trivia question would settle any tie.

Deadline is 8 p.m. ET tonight. Good luck!

The games that I am predicting will make the VERSUS schedule are after the jump.

Oct. 6

7:00 Philadelphia vs. Boston

10:00 Pittsburgh vs. Vancouver

 

Oct. 7

1:00 NY Rangers vs. Los Angeles

 

Oct. 8

1:00 NY Rangers vs. Anaheim

 

Oct. 10

7:00 Tampa Bay vs. Washington

 

Oct. 11

7:30 Florida vs. Pittsburgh

 

Oct. 12

7:30 Vancouver vs. Philadelphia

 

Oct. 18

7:30 Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota

 

Oct. 25

7:30 Tampa Bay vs. Buffalo

 

Oct. 31

7:00 San Jose vs. NY Rangers

 

Nov. 1

7:30 Anaheim vs. Washington

 

Nov. 7

7:00 NY Islanders vs. Boston

 

Nov. 8

7:30 Carolina vs. New Jersey

 

Nov. 15

7:30 Colorado vs. Pittsburgh

 

Nov. 22

7:30 Los Angeles vs. St. Louis

 

Nov. 28

7:30 Tampa Bay vs. Minnesota

 

Nov. 29

7:30 Pittsburgh vs. NY Rangers

10:00 Columbus vs. Vancouver

 

Dec. 5

8:00 Phoenix vs. Chicago

 

Dec. 6

7:30 Detroit vs. St. Louis

10:00 Los Angeles vs. Anaheim

 

Dec. 12

7:00 New Jersey vs. Tampa Bay

 

Dec. 13

9:00 San Jose vs. Colorado

 

Dec. 14

7:30 Chicago vs. Minnesota

10:00 Phoenix vs. Anaheim

 

Dec. 19

9:00 Philadelphia vs. Colorado

 

Dec. 20

7:30 Chicago vs. Pittsburgh

 

Dec. 21

7:30 Montreal vs. Chicago

10:00 Detroit vs. Vancouver

 

Dec. 26

7:30 Dallas vs. St. Louis

10:00 Phoenix vs. Los Angeles

 

Dec. 28

7:30 NY Rangers vs. Washington

 

Jan. 2

8:00 San Jose vs. Vancouver

10:30 Colorado vs. Los Angeles

 

Jan. 3

8:00 Detroit vs. Dallas

 

Jan. 4

7:30 Boston vs. New Jersey

10:00 San Jose vs. Anaheim

 

Jan. 9

7:30 Vancouver vs. Florida

10:30 Washington vs. Los Angeles

 

Jan. 10

7:30 San Jose vs. Minnesota

10:00 Dallas vs. Anaheim

 

Jan. 11

7:30 Pittsburgh vs. Washington

 

Jan. 17

7:30 Nashville vs. NY Rangers

 

Jan. 18

7:30 Buffalo vs. Chicago

 

Jan. 24

9:00 Minnesota vs. Colorado

 

Jan. 25

7:30 Detroit vs. Montreal

 

Jan. 31

9:00 Anaheim vs. Phoenix

 

Feb. 1

8:00 Washington vs. Florida

10:30 Columbus vs. Los Angeles

 

Feb. 6

8:00 Detroit vs. Phoenix

 

Feb. 13

7:30 San Jose vs. Washington

 

Feb. 14

7:30 Anaheim vs. Minnesota

 

Feb. 20

7:30 Washington vs. Carolina

 

Feb. 22

8:00 Boston vs. St. Louis

 

Feb. 27

7:30 New Jersey vs. NY Rangers

 

Feb. 28

7:30 Los Angeles vs. Minnesota

10:30 Philadelphia vs. San Jose

 

Feb. 29

7:30 Pittsburgh vs. Dallas

10:00 Buffalo vs. Anaheim

 

Mar. 4

7:00 Colorado vs. Minnesota

 

Mar. 5

7:00 Phoenix vs. Pittsburgh

 

Mar. 6

9:00 Minnesota vs. Colorado

 

Mar. 19

7:30 Washington vs. Detroit

10:00 Anaheim vs. San Jose

 

Mar. 21

7:30 Detroit vs. NY Rangers

 

Mar. 26

7:30 Tampa Bay vs. Philadelphia

 

Mar. 27

7:30 Tampa Bay vs. Boston

 

Mar. 28

7:30 Detroit vs. Columbus

 

Apr. 2

7:00 Washington vs. Tampa Bay

 

Apr. 3

7:30 Pittsburgh vs. Boston

10:00 Anaheim vs. Vancouver

 

Apr. 4

7:30 Detroit vs. St. Louis

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4 Responses to Win a Copy of Ted Starkey’s Transition Game By Predicting How Many VERSUS Games Puck the Media Correctly Predicts!

  1. Rob says:

    I’ll guess 53.

  2. I know I’m late on this, so I’m ineligible for the book, but I’ll take a guess anyway. I’ll guess 55. I don’t think they will air many of the 10:00pm ET games, I think they will opt for more 10:30pm ET games instead. Just a gut feeling.

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