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  • #389646

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    WASH tops in the Metro & in the East.
    They’re 3pts up on 2nd place CLB
    and 5pts up on 3rd place PITT (who plays tonight).
    Neither teams have any game in hand.

    WASH still looking to lock up home ice advantage
    but since yesterday, will have to endure a very
    tough stretch in which they play 5 games in 4 different time zones.

    COL are on pace for their worst season ever
    since the franchise was in Quebec. an_clap

    COL has givn up 4 or more goals in each of last 6 games!!!!

    Its the best team in the NHL vs the worst team in the NHL.

    #396929

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    Wild will not lose to the Blues. Especially not at home.

    They are playing their former coach who is notoriously bad in the playoffs.

    The Blues traded away their best defender and are not as deep as the Wild.

    The Wild also have an edge in goaltending with Dubs.

    #396968

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    Alain has always used a high risk strategy that relies on stretch passes and one&done exits out of their d-zone. The Rags struggle to work the puck out of their zone, been that way since he got there. This is part of the reason why Brady Skjei has been such a revelation for them — his ability to easily exit his zone has been a weight off the shoulders of guys like Girardi and McDonaugh.
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    <div>And good thing for them that Julien doesn’t use a high pressure forecheck — he likes to sit back in a deeper 1-2-2 then try and regain the puck in the Neutral Zone rather than in the opponents’ zone. Lots of these games this season’s Playoffs are going to be won and lost in the NZ.  And surely if the Rags can effectively break out of their zone on the regular, like they were doing at the beginning of the season when they were scorching hot, then they have the potential to control the entire series.</div>
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    <div>Guys like Paul Byron & Brendan Gallagher (the forward 1’s on the forecheck) will be super huge for the Habs. Their speed & relentless attitude can put the Rangers Defense under some serious pressure, which goes someway to negating NYR’s speed, esp. in the 3rd P.</div>

    #397947

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    Chicago Blackhawks

    are 3-10 in Game #1 of Playoff series.

    #397948

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    Now they’re <u><b><span style=”font-size: x-large;”>3-11</span></b></u>

    #397949

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    Now the Hawks are 3-11

    #401760

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    For as geo close as the Blues & Preds are,
    they’ve never met in the playoffs before !?
    Finally that match lack changes this year…

    Rinne has never beaten Allen in St. Louis.

    But this year’s seen big changes to trends:
    Cavs, Cubs, Clemson…

    #402282

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    The matchup everyone’s been waiting for all season is finally here.

    This is the Stanley Cup Final, in reality.

    Pittsburgh has beaten Washington in six straight playoff series and  if Alex Ovechkin wants to ever beat Sidney Crosby in the playoffs, this is the year he has to do it.

    The road team is 0-8 SU in the last 8 games in this matchup.

    Marc-Andre Fleury had an .884 save percentage and 4.02 GAA against the Caps in the regular season.

    The Capitals are 22-4 SU in their last 26 games as home favorites.

    Pittsburgh is averaging an NHL-high 4.2 goals per game in the 2017 postseason.

    Bookmakers opened the Capitals as significant home faves in Game 1 and considering the trends, that makes sense. The home team has dominated this matchup of late and Washington was the premier home club in the NHL in the regular season, going 32-9 SU at the Verizon Center.

    Some may look at Marc-Andre Fleury’s .933 save percentage in the first round and think that he’s back to being a reliable goaltender but that’s simply not the case. The Flower gave up too many goals on low-danger scoring chances against the Jackets and when you go from facing the likes of Brandon Dubinsky and Brandon Saad to Alexander Ovechkin and T.J. Oshie, the chances of conceding goals quickly escalates.

    If the Pens are going to stick around in this series while Matt Murray heals up, they’ll have to score a ton of goals to make up for what they lack at the back end.

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    Pens are now 6-0 alltime in road Game 7’s.

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