Gongshow Flow of the Month winner announced for October
The North American 3 Hockey League (NA3 HL) announced its Gongshow Flow of the Month winner for October 2012. This month’s award go to NA3HL player DJ Vold, a forward for the Granite City Lumberjacks. Honorable Mention went to Paul Vold, who coincidentally is DJ’s brother. It looks like the flow runs in the family.
DJ Vold, 20, is a veteran forward for the Granite City Lumberjacks. The Byron, Minnesota native helped the Lumberjacks to the NA3HL Championship last season as is off to a great this season. The Lumberjacks have a 12-1-0 record, sit atop the West Division and tied for 4th in team scoring with 11 points in 12 games.
What is the reason behind Vold’s consistency and production? Some may point to his skill as a hockey player. However, others may point to his flow. Just taking one look at it, it is clear that this flow has been rocking and rolling for some time. From the back, it is clear to see his brown locks protrudes well past his shoulders making him part hockey player, part metal band bassist. No helmet on earth could contain this flow, a true sign of a hockey player.
During the month of November, Gongshow and the NA3HL will team up for their ‘Movember’ campaign, as NA3HL coaches, staff and players will support Men’s health and cancer awareness by growing beards and mustaches. Players and fans are not only encouraged to submit their best ‘flows’ at the end of the month, but also their best ‘mo’s’ to show off their mustaches in support of the NA3HL’s Movember campaign.
To enter the contest for the month of November, submit your best #Flow of the Month pictures by November 30th to @NA3HL and @GongshowGear. A winner will be selected on December 1st. The Winner will receive a Gongshow Gear hat.
Gongshow is the exclusive sponsor of the Flow of the Month promotion exclusively on the NA3HL and Gongshow Twitter sites @NA3HL and @GONGSHOWGEAR. Fans and players alike are encouraged to submit photos of their best ‘hockey hair’ or ‘flow’ via Twitter by the end of every month during the regular season.