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The Underdog Of The Month – By The Underdog Brand

The Junior Hockey News is excited to announce that The Underdog Brand will be sponsoring The Underdog of The Month feature, and The Junor Hockey News Showcase Series.

This new partnership will serve as a platform to tell stories about today’s players who have overcome obstacles in pursuit of their dreams.

“Every one of us has at one point or another felt like an “Underdog” said Dylan Schuett COO of The Underdog Brand “Every player has their story and watching players overcome these challenges to reach their goals is part of growing as a player. Partnering with TJHN and the Showcase Series is just a natural thing, because I was once one of those “Underdog” players attending the showcases.”

“Our mission as a brand is to build a community of like-minded individuals, empowering the underdogs to rise up and fight against the odds, therefore partnering with TJHN is the perfect opportunity for us to show players of all ages that anything is possible.”

“We are excited to get The Underdog Brand on board and even more excited to tell the stories of players who have overcome these “Underdog” challenges.”  Said TJHN Publisher Joseph Kolodziej “Its been a long time since Dylan was at our showcase as a player, and its going to be great to see him in this new position at the event.”

To participate in the Underdog of The Month contest, please submit your essay on how you have overcome challenges in your hockey career.  This monthly contest is open to all levels of hockey both male and female.  

All entries are due by the last day of each month and will be reviewed by The Underdog Brand.  Once reviewed, one winner will be chosen who has shown the ability to overcome obstacles and will be awarded The Underdog Brand merchandise and will have their story told on The Junior Hockey News.

Please submit your entry to [email protected] for consideration. For more information on The Underdog Brand please visit their website The Underdog Brand – Home of UD Energy

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