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Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse Contest: The Coyotes aren't Wile E., they are stupid.

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The Winnipeg Jets are the best, right? Totally. Totally the best. You know what else is best? Winning stuff. I mean, I like winning stuff and I assume you do too. And you are in luck! Arctic Ice Hockey's and the Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse want you to win stuff via this edition of the Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse contest!

We are running another guessing game. This edition focuses on the Winnipeg Jets Sunday Matchup versus the Stupid Arizona Coyotes.

This will be the third of three matchups between these teams. Each team has one victory and both games were relatively one-sided. The winner of this game takes home all the marbles (there are no marbles, the winner just gets bragging rights and standing points).

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.

Predicting a shutout is still 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? You can do it, right? Yes you can!

The Jekyll and Hyde's Freehouse is awesome for making these contests possible. They are great to us.

Go Jets Go!

You can read the official Contest Rules 10 here.