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edited February 2013 in Debate and/or Discourse
Abbreviated season is go.

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  • facetiousfacetious a wit so dry it shits sandRegistered User regular
    50. :D

    "I am not young enough to know everything." - Oscar Wilde
    Real strong, facetious.

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  • enlightenedbumenlightenedbum Registered User regular
    You don't have to spoil your predictions, I'm just doing it to make the OP prettier.

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  • facetiousfacetious a wit so dry it shits sandRegistered User regular
    edited April 2012
    Western Conference:
    Vancouver over LA in 4
    St. Louis over San Jose in 5
    Chicago over Phoenix in 6
    Nashville over Detroit in 7

    Vancouver vs. Chicago - Vancouver in 6
    St. Louis vs. Nashville - Nashville in 6

    Vancouver vs. Nashville - Nashville in 7

    Eastern Conference:
    New York over Ottawa in 5
    Boston over Washington in 6
    New Jersey over Florida in 5
    Pittsburgh over Philadelphia in 6

    New York vs. New Jersey - New Jersey in 6
    Boston vs. Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh in 5

    Pittsburgh vs. New Jersey - Pittsburgh in 6

    SCF: Pittsburgh vs. Nashville - Pittsburgh in 6


    I don't like having New Jersey in the ECF but I just have a hunch that the Rangers will fold for some reason but I don't know who else would beat them in the first two rounds.

    Also not going to pretend there's no homerism at play here, but I genuinely think the Pens squad is very very good now that everyone's healthy.

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  • AssuranAssuran Is swinging on the Spiral Registered User regular
    So long Nash, thanks for all the fish!

    Honestly, as sad as I am to see Rick leave Columbus, nobody here really blames him. Hopefully we can get enough for him to rebuild (again).

    Western Conference:

    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks- Canucks in 5
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues - Blues in 5
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes - Blackhawks in 6
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators - Red Wings in 6

    Canucks over Blackhawks in 7
    Red Wings over Blues in 6

    Canucks over Red Wings in 6

    Eastern Conference:
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers- Rangers in 4
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins- Bruins in 5
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers- Devils in 6
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins- Penguins in 7

    Rangers over Devils in 6
    Penguins over Bruins in 6

    Penguins over Rangers in 7

    SCF: Canucks over Penguins in 7

  • TheSmackerTheSmacker Registered User regular
    Western Conference:
    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks - Vancouver in 6
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues - St Louis in 5
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes - Chicago in 6
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators - Nashville in 7

    Vancouver vs. Chicago - Vancouver in 7
    St. Louis vs. Nashville - Nashville in 7

    Vancouver vs. Nashville - Nashville in 7

    Eastern Conference:
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers - Rangers in 6
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins - Boston in 6
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers - Florida in 7
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins - Pens in 7

    New York vs Pittsburgh - Pens in 6
    Boston vs Florida - Florida in 7

    Pittsburgh vs. Florida - Pens in 6

    SCF: Pens vs. Nashville - Pens in 6

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  • quovadis13quovadis13 Registered User regular
    First round picks:

    Vancouver over LA in 5 (Unless Quick starts standing on his head)
    St. Louis over San Jose in 6 (St. Louis is really good at defence and has really good goalies)
    Phoenix over Chicago in 6 (Smith has been on fire recently. You do not want to go up against a hot goalie in the playoffs)
    Detroit over Nashville in 7 (olololol homer pick)

    New York over Ottawa in 6 (Henrik-sanity!!)
    Boston over Washington in 7 (Washington wakes up a bit from their season long slump)
    New Jersey over Florida in 6 (Yeah, like a Southeast division team is going to win a playoff series)
    Philadelphia over Pittsburgh in 7 (Hopefully this series goes 7 because its probably going to be the most bitter one)

  • JayrichoJayricho Ontario, CanadaRegistered User regular
    edited April 2012
    So the Avs close out the season winning 1 game out of 7. In a month they drop from 7th to 11th and fall to 20th overall giving the Caps an (at least) 11th pick. Sure am glad Sacco is back next year. :?

    Anyway, prediction time (which I am always terrible at);

    Western Conference:
    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks - Canucks in 5
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues - Blues in 5
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes - Blackhawks in 6
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators - Predators in 6

    Vancouver vs. Chicago - Canucks in 6
    St. Louis vs. Nashville - Blues in 7

    Vancouver vs. St Louis - Blues in 7

    Eastern Conference:
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers - Rangers in 6
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins - Boston in 5
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers - Devils in 6
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins - Penguins in 6

    New York vs New Jersey - Rangers in 6
    Boston vs Pittsburgh - Penguins in 7

    Pittsburgh vs. New York - Pittsburgh in 6

    SCF: Pittsburgh vs. St. Louis - Penguins in 6

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  • Nova_CNova_C Sniff Sniff Snorf Beyond The WallRegistered User regular
    edited April 2012
    Western Conference:

    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks- Canucks in 6
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues - Sharks in 5
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes - Blackhawks in 5
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators - Red Wings in 6

    Canucks over Sharks in 6
    Red Wings over Blackhawks in 6

    Canucks over Red Wings in 7

    Eastern Conference:
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers- Senators in 6
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins- Bruins in 5
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers- Devils in 5
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins- Penguins in 6

    Bruins over Senators in 4
    Penguins over Devils in 7

    Penguins over Bruins in 6

    SCF: Penguins over Canucks in 7

    I think I seeded that right.

    Also, I haven't been following the NHL much this year, so these are mostly blind guesses. :P

    EDIT: We should do a pool on estimated property damage if the Canucks lose in the Cup final again.

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  • BurtletoyBurtletoy Registered User regular
    Lots of pittsburgh predictions, huh?

  • Nova_CNova_C Sniff Sniff Snorf Beyond The WallRegistered User regular
    So, Iginla has opened the door for a trade. Not surprising, his career has maybe 5 years left and if anyone deserves a cup, it's him. He's about the only player I'd be vehemently against trading, though, followed closely by Giordano.

    If the Flames do end up trading him, I'll be rooting for whatever team he goes to. Iginla has been an amazing captain and I hope he gets his Lanny moment.

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  • LailLail Registered User regular
    edited April 2012
    Western Conference:
    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks - Vancouver in 5
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues - St Louis in 6
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes - Chicago in 7
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators - Detroit in 7

    Vancouver over Chicago in 7
    Detroit over St Louis in 6

    Vancouver over Detroit in 6

    Eastern Conference:
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers - New York in 5
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins - Washington in 6
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers - New Jersey in 6
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh in 7

    New York over Washington in 6
    Pittsburgh over New Jersey in 5

    New York over Pittsburgh in 7

    SCF: Vancouver over New York in 4

    Lail on
  • Nova_CNova_C Sniff Sniff Snorf Beyond The WallRegistered User regular
    Hahahahahaha!

    Canadian team taking the cup? BAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHA!

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  • SchideSchide You have dreams Everybody watching at home has dreamsRegistered User regular
    Stop jinxing the Penguins you butts!

    The Hockey News picking them was bad enough as it is.

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  • enlightenedbumenlightenedbum Registered User regular
    Burtletoy wrote: »
    Lots of pittsburgh predictions, huh?

    Hot team is hot.

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    Loose: about to slip, to release (Ex: "That knot is loose." "Loose arrows.")
  • SevorakSevorak Registered User regular
    Nova_C wrote:
    Holy fucking shit!

    With that last goal, Pufnstuf drops 1 point from his 0.1 point lead and I take the victory!

    EDIT: Or not. Apparently there was some more calculating to do. Pufnstuf wins the championship by a hair!

    EDIT2: 1.1 point differential. Couldn't have asked for a better nail biter.

    Wow, what a matchup. I was at my seats at the game cheering for Burns to score or hit a couple more people or Quick to make a few more saves before letting in the last goal. Jesus.

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  • enlightenedbumenlightenedbum Registered User regular
    Formatting is ugly, but schedules are now in the OP. CBC is covering WIngs/Preds. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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  • JeanJean Lonely québécois bear Gatineau, QuébecRegistered User regular
    Round 1
    Vancouver -LA : Vancouver in 7
    Saint Louis - San Jose : Saint Louis in 4
    Phoeni - Chicago : Chicago in 7
    Nashville - Detroit : Detroit in 7

    New York - Ottawa : New York in 7
    Boston - Washington : Boston in 4
    Florida - New Jersey : New Jersey in 6
    Pittsburgh - Philly : Pittsburgh in 5

    Round 2
    Vancouver - Chicago : Chicago in 6
    Saint Louis - Detroit : Saint Louis in 7

    New York - New Jersey : New Jersey in 7
    Boston - Pittsburgh : Pittsburgh in 6

    Round 3
    Saint Louis - Chicago : Saint Louis in 7
    Pittsburgh - New Jersey : Pittsburgh in 6

    Round 4
    Saint Louis - Pittsburgh : Pittsburgh in 7

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  • shalmeloshalmelo sees no evil Registered User regular
    Round 1

    Van-LA: Canucks in 5
    StL-SJ: Sharks in 6
    Phx-Chi: Blackhawks in 7
    Nash-Det: Preds in 5

    NYR-Ott: Rangers in 4
    Bos-Was: Caps in 7
    Flor-NJ: Devils in 6
    Pitt-Phi: Flyers in 7

    Round 2

    Van-SJ: Canucks in 6
    Nash-Chi: Preds in 7

    NYR-Was: Rangers in 6
    NJ-Phi: Flyers in 5

    Round 3

    Van-Nash: Preds in 6 (sigh)
    NYR-Phi: Rangers in 7

    Finals

    NYR-Nash: Predators in 7


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  • enlightenedbumenlightenedbum Registered User regular
    That would require everyone suddenly deciding they're healthy (particularly Darren Helm, who I think is bizarrely the key that makes the whole thing go). And some luck.

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    Loose: about to slip, to release (Ex: "That knot is loose." "Loose arrows.")
  • NODeNODe Registered User
    Nova_C wrote: »
    So, Iginla has opened the door for a trade. Not surprising, his career has maybe 5 years left and if anyone deserves a cup, it's him. He's about the only player I'd be vehemently against trading, though, followed closely by Giordano.

    If the Flames do end up trading him, I'll be rooting for whatever team he goes to. Iginla has been an amazing captain and I hope he gets his Lanny moment.

    I'm finding it harder and harder to buy that with the early season "How are you in the NHL?" Flames and the requisite late season choke. If he's an amazing captain he sure doesn't seem to get his team going for "big" games anymore.
    I'd like to see him go to a team where he's not the big cheese and at least end his career on a high note. I think he needs someone else to set the pace at this point in his career.

    OT, go Kings. If you can't beat the Canucks at least give Bieksa et al the opportunity to look like huge douchebags.

  • Nova_CNova_C Sniff Sniff Snorf Beyond The WallRegistered User regular
    Being a captain is more than just motivating your players. I mean, that also rests on the management and coaching staff, but the captain is the face of the team and Iginla has been awesome in that regard.

    But I'll agree that him not being a captain on another team would be a good change. If he could get paired up with a sniper he'd do great things, I think. I've always seen Iginla as a playmaker more than a goal scorer.

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  • 3v3v Registered User
    Western Conference:
    Los Angeles over Vancouver 7 games
    San Jose over St. Louis 7 games
    Detroit over Nashville 7 games
    Phoenix over Chicago 7 games

    Eastern Conference
    New York over Ottawa 6 games
    Boston over Washington 5 games
    Pittsburgh over Philadelphia 7 games
    Florida over New Jersey 7 games

    Phoenix over Los Angeles 7 games
    San Jose over Detroit 6 games

    Pittsburgh over New York 6 games
    Boston over Florida 7 games

    San Jose over Phoenix 7 games
    Pittsburgh over Boston 7 games

    San Jose 7 games

    Hommerrrrrrr picks wooooo

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  • NODeNODe Registered User
    Nova_C wrote: »
    Being a captain is more than just motivating your players. I mean, that also rests on the management and coaching staff, but the captain is the face of the team and Iginla has been awesome in that regard.

    Being a frustrated Flames fan has made me unreasonable. Having started cheering for them in '97 you'd think I'd have unfathomably low expectations, I guess 2004 spoiled me.

    What are everyone's expectations for in playoff suspensions? Crack down when it really matters or "we don't want to decide series by enforcing 'rules'...just don't decapitate anyone".

  • Nova_CNova_C Sniff Sniff Snorf Beyond The WallRegistered User regular
    I've been a Flames fan since I was 12. That would be '92. I barely remember when they won the cup, but I was 9 years old at the time and hockey was something that my dad watched that got in the way of me watching what I wanted to watch.

    So I went through the entire dry spell. :) '04 was a good time.

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  • SquirrelmobSquirrelmob Registered User regular
    First Round:
    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks: Vancouver in 5
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues: St. Louis in 4.
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes: Chicago in 7.
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators: Nashville in 7.
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers: New York in 5.
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins: Boston in 4.
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers: New Jersey in 7.
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins: Pittsburgh in 7.

    Round 2:
    Vancouver vs. Chicago: Vancouver in 6.
    St. Louis vs. Nashville: Nashville in 7.
    New York vs. New Jersey: New York in 6.
    Boston vs. Pittsburgh: Boston in 6.

    Conference Finals:
    Vancouver vs. Nashville: Nashville in 6.
    New York vs. Boston: New York in 7.

    SC Finals:
    New York vs. Nashville: New York in 6.

  • quovadis13quovadis13 Registered User regular
    edited April 2012
    Formatting is ugly, but schedules are now in the OP. CBC is covering WIngs/Preds. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

    CBC woo indeed!

    Also, I only picked first round because I know I will be horribly wrong anyways

    Edit: I will continue my picks if everyone else is doing it too....Also, they are under the assumption that we get the 23 home game winning streak Wings and not the can't win down the stretch Wings team.....big stretch I know.

    Detroit over Vancouver in 7
    St. Louis over Phoenix in 6

    New York over New Jersey in 5
    Philadelphia over Boston in 6

    Detroit over St. Louis in 6
    New York over Philadelphia in 6

    Detroit over in New York in 5

    GO WINGS!!! (Probably not gonna happen though......)

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  • BlendtecBlendtec PittsburghRegistered User regular
    Anyone here doing a playoff beard? I'm having a debate with a friend as to whether or not to shave it now. Last time I shaved was the day after the Pens clinched the 4th seed (so last Thursday). Do I trim it up before Wednesday or just leave it at this point?

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  • AegisAegis Registered User regular
    Hmmm...

    Vancouver in 6
    St. Louis in 5
    Chicago in 5
    Detroit in 7 with Game 7 in OT after Detroit being down in the 3rd period (just to give Ebum a heart attack)

    Rangers in 4
    Bruins in 6
    Panthers in 7
    Philly & Penguins both lose

  • tinwhiskerstinwhiskers Registered User regular
    Western Conference:
    (8) Los Angeles Kings vs. (1) Vancouver Canucks - Vancouver in 6 (with how Quick has been this year, LA could easily make one of those goalie based 8th seed runs)
    (7) San Jose Sharks vs. (2) St. Louis Blues - St Louis in 5
    (6) Chicago Blackhawks vs. (3) Phoenix Coyotes - Chicago in 7(Come back Captain Serious, we need you in the circle)
    (5) Detroit Red Wings vs. (4) Nashville Predators - Nashville in 7

    Round 2
    1) Vancouver Canucks vs. (6) Chicago Blackhawks - Chicago in 7
    (2) St. Louis Blues vs. (4) Nashville Predators - St Louis in 7

    CF:
    (2) St. Louis Blues vs. (6) Chicago Blackhawks - St Louis in 6


    Eastern Conference:
    (8) Ottawa Senators vs. (1) New York Rangers - New York in 5
    (7) Washington Capitals vs. (2) Boston Bruins - Boston in 6
    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (3) Florida Panthers - New Jersey in 5
    (5) Philadelphia Flyers vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins - Pittsburgh in 6

    (6) New Jersey Devils vs. (1) New York Rangers - New York in 5
    (4) Pittsburgh Penguins vs. (2) Boston Bruins - Pitt in 7

    CF:

    (4) Pittsburgh Penguins vs. (1) New York Rangers - Pitt in 7

    SCF:

    (2) St. Louis Blues vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins - Pitt in 7

  • Caveman PawsCaveman Paws Registered User regular
    Canucks vs. (Doesn't matter) - Canucks in NEVER.

  • NightslyrNightslyr Registered User regular
    LOL at people picking Washington over the Bruins. Pitt or NY over Boston later on? Sure. Washington? No way. They're too front loaded, their goaltending is up in the air, and they have a history of shrinking from the moment. Their only advantage over Boston is their PP. A remarkably similar Bruins team solved Montreal, Tampa, and Vancouver's PP last year.

    I'll be rooting for LA to pull off the impossible against Vancouver. Can't stand Habs-West.

    RE: Iginla - what could the Flames reasonably expect for him? The Bruins have a fair amount of cap room, and will likely make a run for another top 6 forward, especially with Horton's future up in the air. Iginla would be interesting as he wouldn't have to bear the burden of leadership. We have Chara and Bergeron, and to a lesser extent Ference, Seidenberg, and Kelly. All Jerome would need to do is fit in with Krejci and put up points.

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  • enlightenedbumenlightenedbum Registered User regular
    It's worth noting Boston has the best goal differential (+67!!!) in the league, by 6 goals over Pittsburgh. Vancouver is #1 in the West at +51 and then Detroit and St. Louis at +45.

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    Loose: about to slip, to release (Ex: "That knot is loose." "Loose arrows.")
  • ReiRei Registered User regular
    Blendtec wrote: »
    Anyone here doing a playoff beard? I'm having a debate with a friend as to whether or not to shave it now. Last time I shaved was the day after the Pens clinched the 4th seed (so last Thursday). Do I trim it up before Wednesday or just leave it at this point?

    I will be doing a playoff mustache as I'm not allowed to grow a beard at my job. I've been debating the last few days when to shave to start fresh. I'm thinking Monday. The last time I shaved was Thursday, so maybe I'll just trim everything else and leave the mustache. Opinions?

  • Cobalt60Cobalt60 Registered User regular
    Strange things can happen in the playoffs...

    Remember when 8th seeded Edmonton went to game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final?

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  • Nova_CNova_C Sniff Sniff Snorf Beyond The WallRegistered User regular
    Sevorak wrote: »
    Nova_C wrote:
    Holy fucking shit!

    With that last goal, Pufnstuf drops 1 point from his 0.1 point lead and I take the victory!

    EDIT: Or not. Apparently there was some more calculating to do. Pufnstuf wins the championship by a hair!

    EDIT2: 1.1 point differential. Couldn't have asked for a better nail biter.

    Wow, what a matchup. I was at my seats at the game cheering for Burns to score or hit a couple more people or Quick to make a few more saves before letting in the last goal. Jesus.

    I just noticed that you won last year as well! Coming in second to you twice in a row? The pain, the PAIN! :P

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  • quovadis13quovadis13 Registered User regular
    Nightslyr wrote: »
    LOL at people picking Washington over the Bruins. Pitt or NY over Boston later on? Sure. Washington? No way. They're too front loaded, their goaltending is up in the air, and they have a history of shrinking from the moment. Their only advantage over Boston is their PP. A remarkably similar Bruins team solved Montreal, Tampa, and Vancouver's PP last year.

    Puck Daddy made the joke that the Capitals should try to get Obama at the games to mess with Thomas' head

  • MatriasMatrias Registered User regular
    edited April 2012
    I want the Bruins to come out of the East for a rematch, but tired-Thomas and no Horton makes me think they are one and done.

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  • y2jake215y2jake215 The style is radiation leak at mile island Also known as Chernobyl talk, listen for the sirensRegistered User regular
    It's worth noting Boston has the best goal differential (+67!!!) in the league, by 6 goals over Pittsburgh. Vancouver is #1 in the West at +51 and then Detroit and St. Louis at +45.

    I mentioned it a couple weeks ago but +26 of that +67 was from the 6 whoopings of the Maple Leafs

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