New Jersey Devils goaltender Keith Kinkaid picked a winner for his pad design contest and teammate Adam Henrique is mad online about the results.
Kinkaid and the Devils held a contest for fans to design his pads for the upcoming season. He announced Wednesday that the winner was Gary from Oak Ridge, N.J., for a design inspired by Devils legend Martin Brodeur.
Naturally, Henrique wasn't happy his submission didn't win and he let Kinkaid know.
Henrique's entry into the contest caused a stir last month. He designed "The Pads of Seduction" featuring former Devils forward Stephen Gionta's head on the body of "Seinfield" character George Costanza, played by Jason Alexander.
The design was met with universal approval, so Henrique's outrage is understandable. He was even named a finalist last week.
A tribute to one of the greatest players of all time will just have to do.