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How to Win Bucci Overtime Challenge | 100% Working Tips. #bucciovertimechallenge


This is a contest on twitter run by ESPN anchor John Buccigross. John Buccigross is one of the few ESPN anchors that loves hockey. Buccigross is very active in the hockey community serving as a play by play announcer for College Hockey on the network and is a proud hockey parent.
His contest usually runs throughout the entire NHL playoffs and occasionally during the regular season.



Tip 1: Have Fun

This contest is for a good cause and is fun. Just have fun with it. If you do happen to choose the right player and do not get retweeted, I understand your frustration. Do not get mad though because as I said earlier this is a tough contest to win and John Buccigross has a lot of tweets to choose from. If you do get the player right two or three times without a retweet then a chirp or friendly tweet to Mr. Buccigross might be necessary.

Tip 2 : Choose One Player

The contest says in the rules that you are supposed to pick two players from each team. However, to raise your chances of winning the contest on a correct player chosen, you should choose one player. Obviously choosing only one player decreases your chances of winning overall, but if you get the player correct you have a better chance of getting retweeted by John Buccigross.

Tip 3 : Tweet Often

When John Buccigross chooses the winner of this contest you have to tweet at him using the hashtag #bucciovertimechallenge. You choose a player from each team that you think will score the overtime game winning goal and then send your tweet. Buccigross enters the contest as well and if he gets it right he chooses one less winner then what he normally does. Usually he chooses 3-5 correct tweets out of the thousands of entries he receives. If you win the contest your tweet will be retweeted by John Buccigross. Even if you get lucky and choose the right player there is no guarantee of winning the contest. John Buccigross scrolls though thousands of tweets sent by fans, media, and current NHL players. If you tweet often it creates a better chance of winning.

Tip 4 : Be Creative With Your Tweet

Creativity stands out. Anyone who follows John Buccigross on twitter knows that as much as he loves NHL Hockey he loves NCAA Hockey just as much. He consistently ranks the top 10 teams in NCAA college hockey throughout the season. He is famous for tweeting #cawlidgehawkey. So if you choose a former NCAA player such as Zach Parise of the Minnesota Wild you can add the hashtag #cawlidgehawkey to the tweet just to be creative.


 Another hashtag for Parise you can use is obviously #USA. Another example of creativity in a tweet is including a player’s nickname. If Toronto can make a rare playoff appearance this year and you want to choose Kessel, knowing most of Leafs Nation will be choosing him also, you can use the hashtag #PhilTheThrill to make the tweet stand out. Or if you want to choose his line mate James van Riesmdyk you have an incredible amount of options. I would tweet something such as, “James van Riemsdyk for the OT Winner #JVR #21 #UNH #cawlidgehawkey #USA”. That is an extreme example, but hopefully you see the idea.

How to Win Bucci Overtime Challenge | 100% Working Tips. #bucciovertimechallenge How to Win Bucci Overtime Challenge | 100% Working Tips. #bucciovertimechallenge Reviewed by Vice Hindi on September 27, 2020 Rating: 5

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