Here are some more submissions for the Hockey Night In Canada contest. The first one is probably the best one I've heard so far but I would still like to hear something that just knocks my socks off. Needless to say, that hasn't happened yet.
Now to be fair, there are literally thousands of submissions and I have only had time to listen to maybe two or three dozen. So maybe there are some that are amazing but I just haven't had the good fortune to click on them. That is why, if any of you readers out there know of a great entry in this contest that you have heard yourself, you need to leave a comment and point me in the right direction.
Judging by some of the entries I have heard, you'd think the prize was $100, not $100,000. Where are all of the talented composers who could use a cool one hundred thou?
The Rookie's Score by Shawn Cavallo
Power Night by Jesse Burke
Hockey Shine In Canada by Albert Lariviere