Four finalists from Saskatchewan will be competing for votes this weekend in the Kraft Hockey Goes On contest that helps Canadians share their passion for the game by recognizing important local contributors who make hockey happen in communities across Canada.
From Jan. 21 to Mar. 8, 1,045 nominations were received and the top 100 finalists have been chosen. The four Saskatchewan finalists are:
Sheldon Cook from Southend http://www.krafthockeygoeson.ca/en/nominate/profile/993/
Keri Hudec from Fox Valley http://www.krafthockeygoeson.ca/en/nominate/profile/1023/
Alan Schmidt from Gravelbourg http://www.krafthockeygoeson.ca/en/nominate/profile/182/
Grant Berger from Central Butte http://www.krafthockeygoeson.ca/en/nominate/profile/635/
Voting will be open for a 48-hour period only, from Sat. Mar 23 to Sun. Mar. 24 at www.krafthockeygoeson.ca or by following the profile links above. The winners will be announced Apr. 3 during the Montreal Canadiens vs Philadelphia Flyers game on TSN and posted at https://www.facebook.com/KraftHockeyGoesOn.
Once votes are counted, the top five finalists will each win $100,000 for their local minor hockey association, with a second place prize of $20,000 going to the next 20 finalists.