Play ‘Predict The Game’ During Bruins-Flyers To Win Signed Charlie Coyle Jersey

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November 17, 2022

The Bruins will hope to continue their historic start to the season, and you can play for the opportunity to win a special prize while watching the game.

Boston takes on the Philadelphia Flyers at TD Garden on Thursday night. The Black and Gold are on their best start in franchise history at 14-2, and they hope to come out of the game with five wins in a row.

Viewers who watch NESN’s broadcast of Boston’s home game against Philadelphia can compete to win a signed Charlie Coyle jersey by playing NESN Games’ “Predict The Game” contest. Visit NESN.com/PredictTheGame to sign up and play.

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NESN’s Bruins-Flyers broadcast will feature prompts for fans to answer predictive questions as the matchup unfolds. “Predict the Game” players also can find additional questions online, and each correct prediction boosts their chances of winning.

The first question will appear during “Bruins Face-Off Live,” which begins at 6:30 p.m. ET. Puck drop at TD Garden is scheduled for 7 p.m., and postgame coverage immediately will follow after the game’s conclusion. Remember, if you’re on the go, you can watch full coverage of Bruins-Flyers and also play “Predict the Game” using NESN 360.

The winner will be entered into the grand prize sweepstakes for a chance to win the Ultimate TV upgrade! The more you play, the more opportunities you have to win.

Click here to play!

Subject to Official Rules at NESN.com/PredictTheGame. No purchase necessary. Weekly contests begin on 10/20/22. Contest participants automatically entered into Grand Prize Drawing at the end of the 2022-23 Boston Bruins season. 

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