Yes, we've reached a milestone and it almost went unnoticed. We are in the double-digits now. 10 votes! 10 remarkable people have cast their ballot. 10 have chosen to make their voices heard on this blog. 10 people in the whole universe. That's pretty amazing stuff.
Update #1: First, thank you to everyone who cast their ballot so far. Pay attention to further updates for special announcements.
Update #2: Randy Wood surges ahead. After 6 votes the race was a dead heat. Valk, Cross, and Wood were tied, 2-a-piece, despite an early lobbying effort from Pension Plan Puppets. However, the last 4 votes have all gone Woods' way and suddenly he has a comfortable lead. Will the 60% trend continue? Does Wood have the endurance? We'll see. Originally, Randy was ranked 3rd "least memorable Leaf to score an overtime goal in the playoffs" on this blog. So this might be a bit of a surprise. Still, there's a ways to go yet and anything can happen!
Update #3: As mentioned previously on this blog, the poll will be open until Dec. 31/2008, so there's lots of time to decide who is the least memorable Leaf to score an overtime goal in the playoffs. However, if you have voted, it is possible to change your vote at anytime. If you haven't yet cast your ballot, then vote now, change your mind later, vote again, who cares?
Update #4: This is a special announcement regarding the 10th vote in our poll. In honour and celebration of that milestone ballot, we would like to call forward the distinguished individual who cast the 10th vote, if they know who they are, to receive our spectacular sweepstakes contest giveaway bonus prize gift! The lucky winner will receive from us at this blog: a congratulatory message in the comment section, and also, an entire post dedicated to them, which may include a link to their website, if they have one. Wouldn't it be weird if the winner also has a blog? There's no way of knowing who cast the 10th vote, or even if it isn't just one person voting again and again, but whoever you are, claim your prize by leaving a comment below.
Cheers to Everybody! Democracy is Fantastic!