He Shoots...He Scores...He Wins $1 Million

Canadian Hockey Fan Wins $1 Million Grand Prize in Chevrolet Malibu Million

Dollar Shootout on TSN

- Four new 2008 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrids also awarded - - Footage of

winning shootout available on satellite feed; coordinates below -

Feb 28, 2008, 00:00 ET from TSN

    VANCOUVER, Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ - In just 24 seconds, 35-year old
 Darwin Head went from being a sawmill worker to Canada's newest
 millionaire, as the Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, resident scored the $1
 million grand prize tonight in TSN's second annual, international
 award-winning million-dollar giveaway, the Chevrolet Malibu Million Dollar
 Shootout. The event was televised live on TSN and TSN HD, Canada's leading
 all-sports network, during the first intermission of the game broadcast
 featuring Colorado Avalanche @ Vancouver Canucks.
     Head scored 15 goals - the exact number needed - in 24 seconds into an
 open net from the far blue line at General Motors Place to win $1 million
 in a one-time payout. Prior to the shootout, Head and his two friends -
 avid hockey player and cousin Lance Badger, and die-hard Canucks fan Randy
 Bout - netted a combined 15 goals into an open net from centre ice, each
 winning a totally new Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid. In addition, Ryan Gloag of
 Surrey, British Columbia, also won a Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid as the
 selected in-arena fan attending the game at General Motors Place, for a
 total of four cars given away tonight.
     "This is just unreal. I can't wait to have a huge party and celebrate
 with my family and friends back home in Prince Albert," said Head. "And it
 feels so great that my wife and I will be able to look after our kids'
 futures with this money."
     "Chevrolet is proud to be participating again in this year's Million
 Dollar Shootout and is thrilled to award Darwin the Chevrolet Malibu
 Hybrid, the 2008 North American Car of the Year," adds Jim Scott,
 Advertising Manager for Chevrolet. "A winner driving away in an award
 winner, how great is that?"
     At 5'9" and 215 lbs., Head, a father of three and a sawyer at Carrier
 Forest Products Ltd. in Prince Albert, was randomly chosen from 8.6 million
 total online entries, far surpassing any previous contest or promotional
 campaign on TSN. As part of the contest, Head also had the chance to hone
 his wrist shot in a special one-hour practice session with Hall of Fame
 defenceman and Chevrolet Hockey Ambassador Bobby Orr at General Motors
 Place on Tuesday, one day prior to the shootout.
     A lifetime Saskatchewanian, Head grew up on the Mistawasis First Nation
 reserve, located approximately 45 minutes west of Prince Albert. He started
 playing hockey at age 10 and continued playing recreationally until he was
 25 years old. Head currently lives in Prince Albert with his wife Criste
 and their three children.
     TSN and Chevrolet are pleased to announce that the Million Dollar
 Shootout contest will return for a third installment at the 2009 IIHF World
 Junior Championship in Ottawa. Details to be announced this Fall.
     In last year's inaugural Million Dollar Shootout contest, 29-year old
 registered nurse Jason Hall of London, ON, walked away with five brand-new
 2007 Next Generation Chevy Silverado trucks for himself and four lucky
 hockey fans. Hall also had the chance to shoot for $1 million, but was just
 one goal short of the required 15 to win the grand prize $1 million.
     Satellite Feed Information
     Footage of the Chevrolet Malibu Million Dollar Shootout is available
 tonight from 12 midnight to 12:30 a.m. ET (9 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. PT). The
 coordinates are as follows:
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