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Let's See How Wrong I Was

Let’s See How Wrong I Was

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With the playoffs underway let’s take a look at my predictions from the beginning of the season. I’ll put the team and the corresponding prediction next to them. Pacific Division Predictions Anaheim Ducks: Playoffs LA Kings: Playoffs San Jose Sharks: Playoffs Arizona Coyotes: No Playoffs Calgary Flames: Playoffs Vancouver Canucks: Playoffs Edmonton Oilers: No playoffs. It doesn’t take a genius to…

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Top Daniel Briere Memories

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Daniel Briere announced his retirement today after 17 seasons in the NHL. In 973 career games, Danny B had 307 G, 389 A for 696 points. He will likely be remembered for his incredible playoff performances with 116 points in 124 playoff appearances throughout his career, perhaps none bigger than the 2010 postseason with the Flyers where he had 30…

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NHL Season Preview: Metropolitan Division

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Over the next few weeks we will be rolling out our division previews, leading up to a league preview.  Below you will find our Metropolitan Division Preview. Teams appear in the order they finished in the division. New York Rangers The Rags finished first in the metro and first overall last season. They also made their second consecutive Eastern Conference…

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5 Overtime Thrillers to Remember

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If you’ve been watching the Western Conference Finals, you are likely behind on sleep. The Chicago Blackhawks and Anaheim Ducks feel your pain. The two teams have played a marathon of a series thus far already totaling 6 overtimes (not every OT lasted the full 20 minutes). Since we all know that OT Playoff Hockey is the best kind of…

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