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Thread: Who Will Win The Stanley Cup This Year?

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    hi guys, place yer bets now! Who do you think will win the stanley cup in hockey this year?

    My vote is Detroit

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    Vancouver.

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    Originally posted by peat moss@19 April 2004 - 01:22
    Vancouver.
    vancouver dude eh?

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    The Sens. Hands down.

    Alfie called it. He said there'd be a goal in Game 4. He Delivered.
    He said they'd win Game 6 and force Game 7. He Delivered.
    He said they'd win the series. We'll see in 5 hours.

    He also said the Senators would win the Cup (didn't say when, but this year's lookin' good! )

    That's my call anyway, but I bet good money the Cup staying in the East. Thank God it's not gonna go to the trap-happy Devils.

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    Originally posted by Loomis@19 April 2004 - 23:01
    The Sens. Hands down.

    Alfie called it. He said there'd be a goal in Game 4. He Delivered.
    He said they'd win Game 6 and force Game 7. He Delivered.
    He said they'd win the series. We'll see in 5 hours.

    He also said the Senators would win the Cup (didn't say when, but this year's lookin' good! )

    That's my call anyway, but I bet good money the Cup staying in the East. Thank God it's not gonna go to the trap-happy Devils.
    yeah, anyways I hope a canadian team wins

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    Detroit Red Wings



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    Originally posted by hiloman67@19 April 2004 - 23:54
    Detroit Red Wings


    You think? The'll go far, but not far enough is my opinion

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    Originally posted by bulio+19 April 2004 - 22:11--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (bulio @ 19 April 2004 - 22:11)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-hiloman67@19 April 2004 - 23:54
    Detroit Red Wings


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    You think? The&#39;ll go far, but not far enough is my opinion [/b][/quote]
    Maybe not, but I gotta be a homer&#33;

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    Toronto Maple Leafs.......Even though I wanted Dallas to win...there was no way they were going to get past the Avalanche

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    Hmmm good question.

    Everyone knows where my heart lies. But they have to get a couple of key players back on the ice for it to happen. They NEED Sundin. He gives them confidence - they&#39;ve lacked that confidence in the last couple of games. Be nice to have Nolan back too - but they&#39;re saying that the Leafs would have to go to the 3rd round before they&#39;ll see him. They&#39;ve got the talent, Belfour is as good as it gets in net, and he&#39;s proven himself night after night. But they need some consistency. Kaberle is playing horribly, making a lot of stupid mistakes and giving up the puck in key situations. Antropov is playing just as badly - and taking stupid penalties to top it off. And what the hell is up with his skating? He looks like Frankenstein on skates these last few games, lumbering here and there. Don&#39;t know how many times I&#39;ve seen the puck come across the ice in front of the net and he&#39;s supposed to be there to smack it in, and he&#39;s barely across the blue line.

    Ottawa - if they manage to get past the Leafs tomorrow night - and being totally honest, not letting my heart speak for me, if the Leafs don&#39;t play with a little more drive and heart, is a possibility - I don&#39;t think they&#39;ll make it past Philly. Philly&#39;s got too much heart for Ottawa, and I don&#39;t think Ottawa has the balls to take a series against them. And I just don&#39;t like Ottawa. Other than maybe Wade Redden.

    Philadelphia - Who knows. They&#39;re kind of a wild card. They&#39;re going to meet the winner of the Leafs/Ottawa series now that Montreal has downed Boston. I think out of the two, the Leafs would have a better shot at it, similar hard hitting playing styles. Both teams have a lot of heart - I know I keep using that word, but in the playoffs, it means one hell of a lot. Look at Montreal. Either team that meets them will have a tough series.

    Montreal - They came back incredibly strong against Boston - something nobody expected, and I sure as hell didn&#39;t want. Can they keep up that momentum against Tampa Bay??? I doubt it. Tampa Bay is on a roll. In a way, it would be bittersweet to see a Toronto/Montreal final (not that I&#39;m calling it). It would also be war in this house as we have 1 Montreal fan here. BOOOO&#33;&#33; I don&#39;t think they&#39;ll be able to beat Tampa Bay, and I certainly hope they don&#39;t. But as far as the greatest dive of the playoffs goes... Ribero, you&#39;ve outdone yourself.

    Tampa Bay - What can I say? They&#39;re hot, no question. I don&#39;t know if that will make up for the lack of playoff experience. They&#39;re kind of a big question mark.

    Detroit has a good shot at it. As usual. They&#39;ve got a good club again this year. Just a side note, huge class move by Hasek, giving the club back half his salary for the year, because he chose not to play and come back healthy next year.

    I don&#39;t know that Colorado is as strong on the ice as they are on paper. Is there such a thing as too many star players on one team? Don&#39;t get me wrong, as individual players, I have the utmost respect for many of them. Blake&#39;s family lives five minutes from me, he&#39;s a huge local hero. But for the team, it seems that buying a Stanley Cup is the answer, rather than to try and develop a good team.

    I don&#39;t think Vancouver&#39;s going to make it past Calgary tonight. But then again, I didn&#39;t think Montreal would beat Boston either. Who knows... it&#39;s a toss up. If Calgary wins, they&#39;ll get stomped by Detroit next round. If Vancouver wins, they&#39;ll be up against San Jose... probably the better bet for advancement. Lot of ifs though.

    And finally San Jose... I just don&#39;t know. So I&#39;m gonna leave it at that.

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