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The Blackhawks will have to seriously think about buying out Hossa, but he is still a vital cog in the machine and I'm not sure they can live without him (I'm assuming you can't resign your buyouts). They should have damn listened to me and bout out Olesz two years ago.
Damn the hawks are deep... This is really the first game the top line has done much and it still wasn't much of a series. I know the wild aren't much, but its hard for me to see how anyone wins 2-3 games in 7 against them, much less 4. If Crawford plays even half as well the rest of the playoffs then geez.... What do you do?
FORWARDSZach Parise Joe Pavelski Patrick Kane Dustin Brown Ryan Callahan Phil Kessel Max Pacioretty David Backes Jason Pominville James Van Riemsdyk Ryan Kesler Bobby Ryan Lee Stempniak Derek Stepan Kyle Okposo Alex Galchenyuk David Legwand T.J. Oshie DEFENSEMENRyan Suter Kevin Shattenkirk Keith Yandle Ryan McDonagh Brooks Orpik Mark Fayne Rob Scuderi Dustin Byfuglien Nick Leddy Justin Faulk GOALTENDERSJonathan Quick Cory Schneider Ryan Miller
its hard for me to see how anyone wins 2-3 games in 7 against them, much less 4. If Crawford plays even half as well the rest of the playoffs then geez.... What do you do?
What do you guys think?
It seems when the Bruins really want to, they can stay in the Leafs zone indefinitely.
Have to give the Leafs credit. I didn't think they'd win two games against Boston.
I was a huge fan of his when he came to the Leafs (big hits! tough attitude!) but I want him gone. Now, preferably.
but Ottawa healthy is a better team than the Leafs
Everyone but a subset of Leafs fans and some fancystat bloggers thinks Phaneuf sucks.
They not only failed to beat the Habs in the last game of the season, they got their asses handed to them.
I swear I've never seen someone lose a blade in a game before this season, and now I've seen at least four. Do we have inferior rivets or something? Given how pathetic the players look when trying to scramble off the ice, maybe they should start practicing a technique.
If 4-1 is getting their asses handed to them, then what do you call what the Leafs did to the healthier Habs earlier in the season (6-0 in Montreal, and 5-1 in Toronto) when their most dangerous player (Lupul) wasn't even available?
And Duncan Keith played better this year than the year he actually was given the Norris, so I don't know what's up with that.
They seem like they're skating underwater for extended periods, and then they snap out of it for a while, and so on. I'm not sure why.
even if the Leafs lose tonight (and I think the Leafs being godawful is good for hockey).
The Ducks were a great matchup for them; the Hawks are not.
In six years of the Ovechkin era, Washington has won its division five times (and earned 92 points and the 5 seed the other time), including the 1 seed twice, and has yet to reach a conference final, in fact has only escaped the first round three times. Ovechkin has (or rather will soon have) three Hart trophies during that time.
A by product of playing in a crap division. They'd never win the division or get a 1 seed if they played elsewhere.
Incidentally, I wish I could put money on "Fleury will be starting again before this series ends."
i hope he gets hurt crosby style
The US beat Russia 8-3(!) in the quarterfinals of the World Hockey Championships today. Wow.
Every game for LA, from here until they face an Eastern Conference team, will be like running uphill and in the sand.
Wait, what? Do you really think that whichever Eastern Conference team makes the Finals is going to be some kind of pushover? The Penguins and Bruins are at least as good as any non-Hawks Western team, and the Rangers can be as well with a hot Lundqvist.
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