The Dartmouth Whalers Novice Intermediate hockey team, coached by Ray Boudreau, is looking for your votes to help send them to the World Junior Hockey Championships this December 27, 28 and 29.
The Tim-BR MART World Junior Hockey Video Challenge offers hockey teams a chance to win a trip to Saskatoon to attend the event. To enter, teams make a video and upload it on the contest website – then promote it for votes.
When hockey Dad, Craig Moore was told of the opportunity, he thought it was a way he could contribute to his son’s hockey experience saying, “I can’t skate but I can make videos.” Moore operates Spider Video, a Halifax-based video production company specializing in web-based video.
Boudreau, who also has a son on the team, thought the video contest, win or loose was a great opportunity for his players saying, “Developing hockey players is not just about skill development but also building a team approach to the game.” He adds, “Making the video was a fun experience and they all feel really proud about what they accomplished.”
The team is looking to their community to get behind them by voting for their video, Moore says, “We only have until November 21, when the contest closes, to generate votes so we’re hoping everyone will get behind “The Future of Hockey” and vote as much as possible.” Individual IP addresses can vote once every four hours and voters must select “five stars” to generate the highest possible rating.
You can see the video and vote for the kids by clicking on the link below.
Dartmouth Whalers Video
Let's send the kids to the world juniors