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Infanteer said:Well, a President's Trophy never seemed so useless until your team wasn't playing hockey in May.... :facepalm:
That being said, LA is a good team and the only reason they were seeded 8 was their slow start and off-game finish (dropping 2 to San Jose). They played hard for 60 min, had solid defence and special teams, outstanding goaltending and their captain did what captains are supposed to do. Dustin Brown had more goals then Daniel, Henrik, Booth, Kesler, Burrows and Higgens combined.
The better team won, and I hope they have some luck against the Blues.
That being said...Go Sens Go!
ArmyVern said:Kat, I believe that you may have mistaken them for the Leafs today. I'll bet you a beer, too, that when they wake up Thursday morning, the Bruins will still have some hockey to look forward to this playoffs. > >
cupper said:I really really hate the Penguins this year. They are forcing me to cheer for the Flyers. >
bridges said:Three of the last four President's Trophy winners have been knocked out in the first round.
Maybe they've been expending too much energy in the last month or two, jockeying for a playoff position which ultimately doesn't make a whole lot of difference.
cupper said:The fourth I predict will be moving on to the next round tomorrow night.
bridges said:Say what? The President's Trophy-winning team from this year is already out, and presently figuring out where to deal their former #1 goalie. You must be referring to the #2 NY Rangers, and I'd tend to agree - but don't count out the Sens just yet. A team that has a fair amount of talent and good morale can go a long way.
bridges said:You must be referring to the #2 NY Rangers, and I'd tend to agree - but don't count out the Sens just yet. A team that has a fair amount of talent and good morale can go a long way.