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Poll Question: Who will win this years Stanley Cup?
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    Posted: 02 Jun 2011 at 11:17pm
Who will win the Stanley Cup this year. The Vancoyuver Canucks or the Boston Bruins. The Canucks won game 1, 1-0.
 
Living on Vancouver Island and being a die hard fan of the Canucks for 35 years. Is there any doubt who's going to win.
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Not only do I not like either team, but I find that both of them play boring hockey.  They don't put forth an exciting game, they just get ugly garbage goals by hacking in front of the net.  Tampa Bay vs San Jose would have been exponentially more interesting to watch.
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I'm rooting for Vancouver. 
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i dont watch hockey a lot, but am rooting for vancover


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The Canucks win 2-1 in 11 seconds of OT.Thumbs Up
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Glad with the result of Game 2, but it seems so odd ending OT in a Cup finals so quickly.  I wonder what the record is for fastest OT goal in a finals game.
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Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Glad with the result of Game 2, but it seems so odd ending OT in a Cup finals so quickly.  I wonder what the record is for fastest OT goal in a finals game.
 
 The fastest OT goal in the Stanley Cup finals was 9 seconds scored by Brian Skudland from the Montreal Canadiens against the Calgary Flames 25 years ago.
 
BTW, the final score was 3-2. I was in a frenzy when I posted the score.


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I don't really like hockey, I'm more of a baseball, soccer, football person.


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Originally posted by cannon cannon wrote:

Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Glad with the result of Game 2, but it seems so odd ending OT in a Cup finals so quickly.  I wonder what the record is for fastest OT goal in a finals game.
 
 The fastest OT goal in the Stanley Cup finals was 9 seconds scored by Brian Skudland from the Montreal Canadiens against the Calgary Flames 25 years ago.
 
BTW, the final score was 3-2. I was in a frenzy when I posted the score.

No wonder I couldn't remember that one.  It was the first cup final to occur in my lifetime. Tongue
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Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Originally posted by cannon cannon wrote:

Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Glad with the result of Game 2, but it seems so odd ending OT in a Cup finals so quickly.  I wonder what the record is for fastest OT goal in a finals game.
 
 The fastest OT goal in the Stanley Cup finals was 9 seconds scored by Brian Skudland from the Montreal Canadiens against the Calgary Flames 25 years ago.
 
BTW, the final score was 3-2. I was in a frenzy when I posted the score.

No wonder I couldn't remember that one.  It was the first cup final to occur in my lifetime. Tongue
 
 I goggled it.Wink
 
I remember both finals between Calgary/Montreal. I guess I'm getting old. Hell, I remember the 1982 finals when the Canucks lost 4 straight against the NYI and still have nightmares about the 1994 finals when the NYR beat us in 7.
Those nightmares will go away when we win a cup.
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The Canuks got thier azz kicked last night. Angry
 
GOOD HOCKEY until the midlle of the 2nd period. Big Time hits.
 
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I couldn't stand to watch much more after it was 4-0.
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Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

I couldn't stand to watch much more after it was 4-0.
 
LOL Me too. I did the dishes and then I tuned back in the 3rd period and holy f...Shocked
 
We'll take game 4.Wink
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Another azz kickin' last night. The difference in these two last games has been the goaltending IMO. Thomas has been outstanding but Luongo has been brutal. He's been so inconsistent in the playoffs. Don't what the hell you're going to get on a given night.
 
The series tied 2-2 going back to Vancouver. The best of three now.
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Thomas could be MVP even if the Bruins don't win it all.
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Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Thomas could be MVP even if the Bruins don't win it all.
 
 I agree. Win or lose, as of right now he's the front runner. The last to win the Conn Smythe that lost in the final was goalie Ron Hextall of the Flyers about 20 years ago losing to the Oilers. That one I remembered.Wink
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Originally posted by cannon cannon wrote:

Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Thomas could be MVP even if the Bruins don't win it all.
 
 I agree. Win or lose, as of right now he's the front runner. The last to win the Conn Smythe that lost in the final was goalie Ron Hextall of the Flyers about 20 years ago losing to the Oilers. That one I remembered.Wink

Actually I think Jean Seabastien Giguere won it a few years backs (2003?) when the Ducks lost to the Devils.
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Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Originally posted by cannon cannon wrote:

Originally posted by Stooge Stooge wrote:

Thomas could be MVP even if the Bruins don't win it all.
 
 I agree. Win or lose, as of right now he's the front runner. The last to win the Conn Smythe that lost in the final was goalie Ron Hextall of the Flyers about 20 years ago losing to the Oilers. That one I remembered.Wink

Actually I think Jean Seabastien Giguere won it a few years backs (2003?) when the Ducks lost to the Devils.
 
You're right. I just looked it up. Ron Hextall('87) was next then Reggie Leach with the Flyers in '76 when the Canadiens beat them and good 'ole Roger Crozier in '66 with the Wings. I think Kirk MacLean should of won in it '94 but Brian Leetch of the Rangers got the nod.
 
Well, we no one player that's not going to win it...Luongo.Wink
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LOL CANUCKS
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Im pulling for the New York Rangers, did they make the playoffs?


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