Randomest playoff giveaway ever

So last week Tiffany Douglas of Ottawa sent me a playoff poem she wrote about her beloved Senators.

So last week Tiffany Douglas of Ottawa sent me a playoff poem she wrote about her beloved Senators. Here it is:

Hockey on a Quiet Street

On a quiet street in dead of night
Our Senators skate off to fight

Streetlights they so dimly shine
As windows spring open to big screen eyes
Spreading red and white glow into the street
A street which smells of pizza sweet

The air is thick as this town’s best
Will put our playoff fears to rest
Nothing else stirs such a buzz
As the team that is and the team that was

The calm is broken by a collective scream
Which stems from every childhood dream
Whistles sound as drinks we pour
In overtime our Sens will score

And in their quest they will not stop
We bravely wait for the next puck to drop.

Then, a few days ago, Carleton Place perfume magnate Michel Germain sent me these to mark his team’s victory in the Carleton Place Sportsman Hockey League championship for the sixth time in eight years (congrats, team sexual cologne — you are a true dynasty):

So here’s the randomest playoff giveaway ever. Whoever writes the best playoff poem (as judged by me and some colleagues here) in the comment section below in the next 24 hours gets this his and hers cologne and perfume. Over to you, interwebs.

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