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Stanley Cup Champions: Chicago Blackhawks

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This Toronto/Boston chess match is a hell of a game. Toronto was up 2-1 in the third, and extended their lead to 4-1. 

 

But that's when the B's woke up; the B's have scored three goals in fifteen minutes and have just tied the game with 50 seconds left.

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Hell of a comeback from the Bruins, they win it in overtime 5-4.

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Awesome game. Boston played better when they decided to play hockey instead of mixed martial arts.

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We're on to Round 2, here are the following match-ups...

 

Western Conference

1. Chicago Blackhawks vs. 7.  Detroit Red Wings

5. Los Angeles Kings vs. 6. San Jose Sharks

 

Eastern Conference

1. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. 7. Ottawa Senators

4. Boston Bruins vs. 6. New York Rangers

 

Just for reference,

 

Former Hurricanes in the Playoffs...

 

Detroit Red Wings: Patrick Eaves, Ian White

Los Angeles Kings: Justin Williams

Pittsburgh Penguins: Brandon Sutter, Jussi Jokinen, Craig Adams

Boston Bruins: Dennis Seidenberg

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KEEP CALM AND BERGERON! 

 

I'm so pissed I can't be in Boston celebrating with my friends and family tonight. My girlfriend and her entire family were there while I'm finishing up my finals in San Diego. 

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I wanna see Chicago vs NYR. Don't like any Canadian teams. Boston is a bunch of thugs. and I hate the Pens. I like all the teams left in the West except Detroit.

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was so extremely happy that Boston won in OT last night.  Can't stand either one of those teams and I enjoyed watching them beat the hell out of each other.  There's no team in pro sports that I hate more than the leafs so all I wanted was for them to lose!  46 years and counting you bastards!

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Western Conference

1. Chicago Blackhawks vs. 7.  Detroit Red Wings

5. Los Angeles Kings vs. 6. San Jose Sharks

 

Eastern Conference

1. Pittsburgh Penguins vs. 7. Ottawa Senators (Series: Pittsburgh 1 - Ottawa 0)

4. Boston Bruins vs. 6. New York Rangers

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Pittsburgh wins game one against Ottawa with a 4-1 win.

 

Vokoun played a really good game for the Pens and Malkin and Kunitz led the charge on offense for Pittsburgh.

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If you have two tv's you can hear the Hurricanes own John Forslund broadcasting game one of the Kings/Sharks series and watch the San Antonio/Golden State game on the other.

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