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Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse Contest: Jacob Trouba vs Hampus Lindholm

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Welcome back to the Arctic Ice Hockey Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse contest! It has been far too long my friends. Hows about we get back at er and earn you fellas and fella-ettes another prize. The winner of our last contest was J-CA. J-CA is awesome and funny and handsome. J-CA is also a winner. You are also a winner, but you could be even more of a winner if you win our contest!

This week's contest will centre around the Winnipeg Jets Sunday matchup Anaheim Ducks. The Ducks are a fine hockey team and like the Winnipeg Jets, they feature a 20 year old stud on the back end. The Ducks young stud is Hampus Lindholm, while the Jets match with Jacob Trouba. The duo were both drafted in 2012, at 6th and 9th overall respectively.

The two young defensemen both rank second on their team in average ice time and can be counted on for strong play in both ends. On the season, Lindholm has been more productive offensively and he is pushing better #fancystats. To Trouba's credit, Lindholm hasn't been asked to carry Mark Stuart up and down the ice.

How to win (I believe in you):

Create an account, go to the comment section below and tell us who will open scoring for the Winnipeg Jets. Obviously, there may be some duplicate answers so we will once again be using tie breakers:

1) Who will score

2) Who will net the primary assist (unassisted is an option)

3) Period of play

If there is repetition beyond that, we will default to the first person with said answer. It is also important to note that number 2 and 3 are just tie breakers. If nobody gets all three correct, the first person to guess numbers 1 and 2 wins. If nobody guesses number 2 or 3 correctly, the first person to guess number 1 is the winner.

Once again, a calling a shutout is allowed. I would hate to see it happen, but it is allowed.

If you submit your guess and realize it is a duplicate, you are allowed to submit another guess. That is the only scenario in which you are allowed to submit a second guess.

Sounds pretty simple, right? Well, it is!

Thanks again to the Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse for making these contests possible. They are great to us.

Go Jets Go!

You can read the official Contest Rules 7 here.