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  1. Season Series...Who won it? Avalanche took season series, 2-1-0 Blues coming off a solid, rough n tumble 6-game series win against the Minnesota Wild. They are also coming with some battered bodies on the blue line which could mean their workload will be made that much harder in this round. Avalanche made relatively short work of the Nashville Predators in the previous round. I say "relatively" because the Preds, at points did play them tough, but ultimately failed to get a single win as Colorado swept them away. Which teams make adjustments to the other to better their chances at a
  2. Season Series....Who won it? Series was split, 2-2-0 Battle of Alberta is on! To the surprise of more than a few people, both the Oilers and Flames had some trouble with their first round opponents before finally getting the job done in 7 games apiece. Granted, the Oilers' opponent, the LA Kings, are themselves a team that some view as up n coming with a promising young core developing, so pushing Edmonton was, to some, not really a stretch. And the Flames dealt with what I believe was, and has been all season, a very underrated (and maddeningly enigmatic) Dallas Stars team, w
  3. Season Series.... Who won it? Series was split during regular season, 2-2-0 Tampa Bay continues on its quest to be three-peat Champions after dispatching a very tough Toronto Maple Leaf team in Round 1. President's Trophy winners, the Florida Panthers look to prove in the playoffs the same thing they proved in the regular season....they ARE the top team, as they pushed aside the challenge from the Washington Capitals. And they also would like to get some sweet revenge on the Bolts after TB did away with them in Round 1 last year! Both the Lightning and Panthers were expose
  4. Season Series: Flames won it, 2-0-1 Daryl Sutter, looking re-create in Calgary what he did in LA some years back...and that is a tough to play against, nasty, hard hitting team that should be considered a contender every year. And this time, I dare say, Sutter has more overall talent to work with on this very good Flames roster. The Avs may be getting most of the media hype, but Calgary, top to bottom, looks every bit the part of a classic playoff team....and they have their sights set on the Cup. Dallas Stars will be standing in the way, the enigmatic Dallas Stars IMO. A team t
  5. Regular Season Series: Oilers won it 3-1-0 Kings make the post season for the first time in the last four years with a mixture of wily vets and up n comers. Oilers get in for the third straight season, though the last two times, they were early one n dones and look to make better progress this time around. For some players on the Kings, this could very well be their last run at glory (for sure Dustin Brown who already announced his retirement at season's end), so you know they will be giving everything they have, but it will be Edmonton, who many feel should have been regular post se
  6. Season Series: Rangers took it, 3-1-0 Is there still another Cup in the aging, but not-quite-ready-for-pasture core of Crosby-Malkin-Letang? Do the up n coming Rangers finally shed that label and become legit Cup contenders starting with this series? Goaltending may play a huge role here as NY's Igor Shesterkin has looked every bit the part of the Vezina candidate....though still looking very pedestrian on some nights, while Tristan Jarry, not regarded particularly as a top tier goalie, has held his team and stolen more games probably than many realize....even though he has looked pre
  7. Season Series: Defending Champion Lightning took it 2-1-1 Bolts looking to add to NHL history in a positive way by seeking their 3rd straight Championship, while adding NEGATIVELY to the Leafs' 18 yr drought of either missing the playoffs or not being able to get out of the 1st round. TB is quite diminished as compared to their last two consecutive Cup teams, though still boast some of the league's best players and some players who are simply playoff performers. Toronto, obviously, is looking to change their fortunes...and what better way to make a statement than against the current
  8. Season Series: Canes rocked it, 3-0-0 Carolina, a team that looked last season like it might be ready for Prime Time, will try once again...this time icing a much more rounded squad, and with former Leaf Frederik Anderson on board. Canes do everything you'd want really well, though at times their offense goes on hiatus. They get any kind of consistency going in their game, they could make short work of the Bruins. Boston, much like the Pens, have an aging core mixed in with some very good younger players and looking for another championship so their vets can get their "just one more"
  9. Season Series: Panthers won it, 2-1-0 President's trophy winners vs a team that seemingly just barely hung in there to grab a spot (though the competition below them was sub par to say the least). On paper, perhaps, this match favors entirely the Florida Panthers, but since games aren't played on paper (would be tough to skate on, I'd imagine), the Caps feature some elite veterans, including the likes of Alex Ovechkin and Niklaus Backstrom, who would love nothing more than one more Cup before the sun sets on their careers. Question marks abound for the Caps however....health to star
  10. Season Series...who won it? Blues took it 3-0-0 This was nip n tuck as to who was going to get home ice and BOTH teams played very well at home this season so that could turn out to be a factor. Blues looking to relive some glory of not that long ago, and the Wild, the NEW look Wild, are looking to make some serious noise this time around and not simply be "someone's opponent" en route to their title aspirations. For the first time perhaps in their playoff history, the Minnesota Wild have a true, big, heavy, nasty team with skill that is seemingly built for the playoffs. The Blues
  11. Season Series: Predators won it, 3-1-0 Highly touted Avalanche against a Preds team not many (myself included) thought would be invited into the SC playoffs....LEAST of all, with the boast of having taken the season series from Colorado. Over the course of the season, Nashville has proven themselves more than the sum of their parts and even on nights when they weren't their best as a team, Juuse Saros was there to bail them out. Playoffs are a different beast of course and make no mistake, the Avalanche are here to try and win it all. Regular season now means nothing and they have s
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