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Round 1: Detroit vs. Anaheim.

How will this series pan out?

  • Detroit in four.

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • Anaheim in four.

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • Detroit in five.

    Votes: 4 28.6%
  • Anaheim in five.

    Votes: 2 14.3%
  • Detroit in six.

    Votes: 3 21.4%
  • Anaheim in six.

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • Detroit in seven.

    Votes: 1 7.1%
  • Anaheim in seven.

    Votes: 1 7.1%

  • Total voters
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TheRob

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How will this series pan out?

All articles and discussion can be posted here.
 

Dapotayto

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This thread is moot. The ducks will be plucked, fcuked and tucked in for the season. Goodbye Anaheim. All should fear the might of the Detroit Red Wings.
 

ParkHead

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Not to excited about this series. Wings in six, just need a little wake up call like last year.




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Yoda

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No contest

Cujo unfortunately will not blow 1 game.
He'll shine in these playoffs, but will the over 30's defense be able to chase those young punks around all game. No but Anaheim still won't win a game.

Detroit will simply outscore them.
 

zenga

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Gord Millar

Guys Im sorry but Gord Millar sucks on TSN.

When a teams scores I press the mute button.:D
 

Draven

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Originally posted by Dapotayto
This thread is moot. The ducks will be plucked, fcuked and tucked in for the season. Goodbye Anaheim. All should fear the might of the Detroit Red Wings.

You sound like you really know your hockey:rolleyes:
 

Yoda

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Re: No contest

Originally posted by Yoda
Cujo unfortunately will not blow 1 game.
He'll shine in these playoffs, but will the over 30's defense be able to chase those young punks around all game. No but Anaheim still won't win a game.

Detroit will simply outscore them.

Shows how much I know as well.

Can't imagine anyone thought this would be happening to Detroit, except of course everyone in Anaheim.
 

Zaurrini

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I did

well, i did expect anaheim to put up a fight....

picked the Wings in six....Cujo is no Hasek or Roy
 

Yoda

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Nope

And apparently he's no J.S. Giguere either who's having a phenomenal series.

He believe he's stopped 133 of 137 shots in 3 games.
:eek:
 

Dapotayto

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Ha ha ho ho hee hee. Good one, Draven. Man, you quack me up. You've got a quacking sense of humour. I'm sure you knew all along that the Ducks were going to lay the quack down. How stupid of me to make a statement in support of my team when it was so obvious Giguere is such a quackerjack goaltender. What was I thinking? And Rob Niedermayer, what a firequacker out there for the Ducks. I should have known he would play well for the first time in his career instead of looking like he's on quack. Jeez, cut me some quack here Draven I am obviously a real, erm, quack. So you know, I have a direct line to the Dark Lord himself and he advises me that Giguere's quact with him was only for three games which are now done. Look for the Red Wings to get back on quack tonight.
 

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When Paul Kariya retires, he'll look back on this series as a real feather in his cap.

:rolleyes:

Cujo...looks good on him. He flops around more than an fish caught in a duck bill.

:D




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