Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Win $300 in Free Prizes With Our Exclusive Draft Street NHL Free Roll This Friday, February 15

The transition out of football and into... well... everything else... is a difficult one. But one way to ease the pain of the glaring lack of football is to watch and bet on other sports. Or, better yet, to get free money watching other sports.

A while back, we had the opportunity to partner with Draft Street to provide our readers with a MLB Freeroll contest, in which all you had to do was sign up, pick a team, and win nearly guaranteed money (it paid out 10 spots... 14 signed up).

Someway, somehow, we've convinced them to give our freeloading readers another chance at free money--this time on the ice. We're teaming with the fine folks at Draft Street yet again for the first ever Stock Lemon Blog NHL Freeroll, with $300 in prizes at stake, paid out to 15 spots (including a cool $100 for the winner!).

We'll let them explain how it works:
If you haven't heard yet, there’s a new way to play fantasy hockey that turns the season long grind into quick hitting one night leagues.  And the best part is that you can win cash every single day. You draft a team for one night and get paid out as soon as the games end that night.  DraftStreet.com is at the forefront of this new trend in the fantasy world and is giving us a great promotion: a FREE one-day fantasy league with $300 in prizes.

This free contest will be salary-cap style drafting where everyone tries to assemble the best team out of the available players.You will have a $100,000 budget to build a team of 2 LW’s, 2 RW’s, 2 Center’s, 2 Defensive players, 1 Goalie, and a FLEX. Each NHL player has been allocated a price based on their expected fantasy performance.

You can adjust your roster up until the contest starts on Friday February 15th at 7:00pm ET at which time your rosters will lock and the Live Scoreboard will be available. 
CLICK HERE to sign up for free and join our $300 NHL Freeroll on DraftStreet.com. You literally have nothing to lose, and $300 to gain. 

If you're the kind of person who doesn't recognize a good thing when he sees it, don't worry--you'll be seeing more about this in the coming days leading up to Friday's contest. Out of respect for the generous folks at Draft Street, we're trying to at least make it so that not every single participant wins (16 sign ups here we come!).