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Captain Shamrock

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Eastern Conference

Boston/Montreal - Bruins in 6

Philadelphia/Ottawa - Flyers in 7

Toronto/NYIslanders - Toronto in 5

Carolina/NJersey - Devils in 6


Western Conference

Detroit/Vancouver = Red Wings in 6

Colorado/Los Angeles - Colorado in 7

San Jose/Phoenix - San Jose in 5

St. Louis/Chicago - St. Louis in 6


New Jersey will win the East and Detroit will win the West.


Detroit will beat New Jersey in SIX to win the Cup.


Any other predictions? Hopefully, I didn't start a thread that has already been started. If so, I apologize......


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Eastern Conference

Boston/Montreal - Bruins in 7

Philadelphia/Ottawa - Sens in 6

Toronto/NYIslanders - Toronto in 6

Carolina/NJersey - Devils in 5


Western Conference

Detroit/Vancouver = Nucks in 6

Colorado/Los Angeles - Colorado in 7

San Jose/Phoenix - San Jose in 5

St. Louis/Chicago - Hawks in 6
 

The Apprentice

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

HABS in 7

Ottawa in 6

Toronto in 5

New Jersey in 4


WESTERN CONFERENCE

Wings in 5

Colorado in 6

San Jose in 5

St Louis in 6
 

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East

Boston in 5
Philly in 6
Jersey in 5
Toronto in 6


West

Canucks in 7
Colorado in 6
San Jose in 5
St Louis in 6

Semi's
Jersey/Toronto , Jersey in 6
Detroit/San Jose , San Jose in 7

but really, who the hell knows
 

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Uh, Hammerhead, you've got the 'Nucks beating Detroit in seven, and San Jose beating Detroit in the semis.

I like to see the Wings lose, too, but how are they gonna lose twice?:rolleyes:
 

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Two team Locks

Detroit over the Nucks in 6. LOCK

Colorado over LA in 5 LOCK

PHOENIX over SJ in 7 (Lemieux factor)

St Louis over the Hawks in 7 (Hawks dont win on the road)


The Habs in 5 ( three games go to OT):D :D

The Devils over the Canes in 6

TO over NYI in 6

Philly over the Sens in 4
 

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Just call me Jim Feist

Here are my predictions

Bruins/Habs Habs in 6 (Theodore)
Flyers/Sens Flyers in 6(too much Offence)
Leafs/Isle Leafs in 6(Sundin)
Canes/Devils Devils in 5(love the Canes but...)

Wings/Nucks Nucks in 5(my calculations will come thru)
Avs/Kings Avs in 6 (kings play Avs tough)
Sharks/Yotes Sharks in 5(Yotes will take a dump)
Blues/Hawks blues in 6(Doug Weights back)

30 to 1 odds in Vegas for the Nucks to beat the Wings!
 

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Predictions

Eastern Conference

Boston/Montreal - Bruins in 7
Philadelphia/Ottawa - Flyers in 6
Toronto/NY Islanders - Toronto in 7
Carolina/New Jersey - Devils in 6


Western Conference

Detroit/Vancouver - Canucks in 6
Colorado/Los Angeles - Colorado in 7
San Jose/Phoenix - San Jose in 6
St. Louis/Chicago - Blues in 6


East - Devils over Flyers in 6
West - Avs over Sharks in 6

Stanley Cup - Avs win back to back in 5 (Forseberg MVP);)


BTW, Super Pip when did Mario get healthy and decide to team up with Gretzky again???:rolleyes: I hope your drunk and not really refering to that washed up peice of crap Claude!!!
 

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Claude Lemieux

Takes experience to win in the playoffs.

Lemieux has a Conn Smythe in his cabinet. Methinks that qualifies him for "pretty good playoff performer" status. How washed up could he be? He's still a top 6 forward on a pretty solid team.

Ah, yes, the predictions.

I'll take Detroit in six. Canucks are gonna have a bitch of a time trying to get a result in Joe Louis. They'll hang tough for a while, though.

San Jose in seven. The Sharks are my sleeper pick for the whole shebang. They'll be in tough against a fast and gritty Phoenix team. But they should pull through. San Jose is a team built for the playoffs.

Blues in five. Thibault and Passmore keep out-terribling each other for the starting spot. Phil Housley is the Hawks most effective blueliner. And Doug Weight is back. 'Nuff said.

Colorado in five. Am I the only one who thinks the Kings are incredibly soft? Matthieu Schneider? C'mon. Forsberg will provide a Koivuian lift to the Avs.

Montreal in seven. If Theodore keeps playing the way he is, it nullifies Boston's offense, which has carried them throughout the season. This is my upset special for the first round.

New Jersey in six. Same as last year. I think it'll be a little closer this time around, mostly because Willis and Francis will be paying much more attention while crossing the blue line. Having Wesley back might help too. But not that much.

Philly in five. Ottawa is so bloody soft without Andre Roy. Look for Brash to be a standout player in this series. Havlat, Hossa and Alfredsson should all keep their heads up.

Isles in seven. Nothing would please me more than an early exit by the Leafs. Peca makes the difference here - wonder how often he'll be matched against Sundin? Hmmm.....

From the West, I'll take the Sharks.
From the East, I'll take the Devils.

No Final Prediction. Yet.
 

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Claude Lemieux

Solid player.

Great Playoff performer.
Played the ENTIRE season this year...not many players plaed the full 82 games...

Watch out for him....

I like the Sharks as my so called sleeper...until they were matched up against THE COYOTES!

Phoenix will win its first round series for the first time in who knows how long...Have they ever??? The Jets???:eek:
 

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Phoenix v. San Jose

Fil, I'm going to have to disagree with you on this one.

They're similar teams in makeup - lots of quality forwards, talent spread throughout the lines. Sharks are the more seasoned bunch. Tougher, too.

I wonder how the Phoenix youngsters like Briere, Suchy and Nagy will hold up? Briere is the big key. He's had a breakout year, but no playoff experience to speak of. He goes cold, so too does a big chunk of their goalscoring.

Sharks have great playoff guys. Mike Ricci and Owen Nolan are the prototypes for postseason hockey. I think Scott Thornton is highly underrated and is another guy who could do some damage, both with his stick and his fists. Don't forget about Patrick Marleau either...he's a talented guy.

They've also got skill-first guys with Damphousse and Selanne. Both are vets as well.

Coyotes have the better goaltending. Although Burke has never really done much in the playoffs. It'll be interesting to see how Nabokov holds up - he's never gotten past the second round, has he?

Bluelines are a saw-off. Teppo is old, but wily. Stuart is an up-and-comer, probable Olympian in 2006.

Sharks in seven. Possibly six.
 

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What team will go furthest????

I have a playoff hockey pool tonight.
Any thoughts as to what team will play the most games?

If I get 1st pick...who do I take?
Sakic, FORSBERG???, Fedorov?
CLAUDE LEMIEUX!
With everyone expecting an upset, can I afford to take anyone from the wings?

Anyone with advice??
I could use it...I finished in 24th in the TTP pool. (at least I was on the first page!)
:D
 
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