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You guys have no idea how happy I am right now :towel::frantic:

Celebrating in the streets of Nashville tonight!

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Congratulations to Nashville, looks like we're meeting in the conference semi-finals if Calgary continues producing and Chicago doesn't turn out to be the 5th team to do a reverse sweep.

Still on a broken team, 3rd and 4th line consists of only wingers, Shinnimin still out for 2 games and Backlund for 1.

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Game 3

Anahiem getting a huge boost in game three from their home crowd and the return of their top D Man Fowler back into the lineup.

1st Period

Plekanec (CGY)

Raymond (ANA) Breaking Irvings playoff shutout streak at just over 130 minutes

2nd Period

Perry (ANA)

Pyatt (CGY)

Plekanec (CGY)

Gallagher (ANA)

Morin (CGY)

3rd Period

Clutterbuck (ANA) rips home tying goal with 4:41 to go

Going to OT shots 35-23 for ANA


Kane (CGY) snipes home a shot from the slot in the first minute of OT to give CGY 5-4 Win series now 3-0

Three stars:

Plekanec (CGY)

Raymond (ANA)

Morin (CGY)

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Game 4

Anahiem fought back hard and put up a good effort in game three and look to take that momentum forward into game 4 looking to follow in the footsteps of NSH and pull of an upset with a reverse sweep. While Calgary looks to conitnue their scoring ways while tightening up defensivley to take this game and win the series.

1st Period

Raymond (ANA) snipes home a wrister 1 minute in after Tutyin handed it over to him in the slot

Kane (CGY) slaps home a shot from one knee from a slick pass by Hayes

Jokipakka (CGY) Slap shot from point 8 minutes into first

Nyquist (CGY) Far side wrap around with 3 to go in first

Rielly (ANA) gets it right back 30 seconds later with a point shot

Score 3-2 CGY Shots in 1st 17-10 CGY

2nd Period

Morin (CGY) beats Hiller low blocker with a wrist shot while coming down left wing

Keith (CGY) Slap shot deflects off ANA player past Hiller

Perry (ANA) attempts to start comeback with 6 to go in second wristing one top shelf

Nyquist (CGY) scores and identical goal as his first one tonight

6-3 after 2 periods shots 25-24 CGY

3rd Period

Plekanec (CGY) puts home lose puck in the crease

Final Score: 7-3 CGY

Shots: 31-26 CGY

3 stars:Kane, Nyquist, Keith

Calgary sweeps Anahiem in the opening round 4-0. Good series Anahiem, Calgary's firepower proved to be too much tho.

Calgary ends with a goals per game of 6.5 in the 1st round and a goals against of 1.75

Looking forward to second round oppenent (looks like it might be EDM)

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Chicago would like to congratulate the Coyotes on their first round sweep.

Game 4 was a Goaltending duel, going into overtime knotted at 1.

1min into the first OT period Lupul would score the series clincher

A young Hawks team may head into the offseason dejected after not being able to manufacture a single victory versus the Coyotes, but Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman would share the silver lining in his post game interview, "though our entire organization is disappointed by this early first round exit, we also are quick to point out to our players that this is chapter 1 in a multi chapter book. They will be better for this experience come next seasons opening game puck drop."

3 stars

1. Neuvirth

2. Howard

3. Lupul

Phoenix completes sweep

2-1 final score

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I hope Hiller retires after that playoff performance.

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CGY winning 11-0 in Game 2.....I thought Luongo was a playoff choker. Hiller must have been ridiculous.

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The Coyotes organisation is happy to make it this far in a long time.

We would also like to thank the young Hawks for a tight series. You could say it was a battle between two goaltenders and obviously the other one won.

We're excited to face the Nashville Predators in the conference semi-finals.

Is the sim at 4AM?

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Western Conference:

1 CGY > 8 ANA 4-0

2 NSH > 7 STL 4-3

3 PHX > 6 CHI 4-0

5 EDM > 4 COL 4-2

Eastern Conference:

1 OTT > 8 PIT 4-1

2 CAR > 7 MTL 4-0

6 BUF > 3 NJD 4-3

5 WSH > 4 FLA 4-1







Disappointed I couldn't watch or sim any of my series, but it's nice to know that Buffalo VS New Jersey went 7 games. Both teams had identical records.

Game 1:

2-0 NJD

Game 2:

4-2 NJD

Game 3:

1-0 OT BUF

Game 4:

2-1 BUF

Game 5:

1-0 OT NJD

Game 6:

5-3 BUF

Game 7:

3-1 BUF

Sounded like a great series. 2 1-0 OT games too.

Congrats to Buffalo on the win!

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Looks like my top players did nothing in the first round.

Stafford with 0 points in 7 games.

Engelland with 2 assists in 7 games.

Zajac with 1 goal in 7 games.

Kunitz with 2 goals in 7 games.

Mike Ribeiro was my top player who had 3G 2A for 5 points in 7 games.

Looks like my offensive depth was tested though, since Tlusty and Pesonen have been out for half of the season and stayed out during the playoffs.

Sucks for me, since Tlusty would have been back after 3 games in Round 2. Pesonen would have been back in 6 games.

My 3rd pairing D Jarvinen got injured in Game 5 and will be out for another 48 games. Having to replace that 80 overall D with a 77 overall might have played a key factor into losing Game 6 and 7.

Best of luck to Buffalo in Round 2 and possibly onward! You will need a lot of luck to get passed Ottawa.

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Scoring system

Lose playoffs in Round 1 - 1 point

Lose playoffs in Round 2 - 2 points

Lose playoffs in Round 3 - 4 points

Lose playoffs in Round 4 - 6 points

Win Stanley Cup - 15 points

Win your division - 1 point

Win President's trophy - 1 additional point

Official Standings

  1. 23- small.png Colorado Avalanche

  2. 22- small.png Washington Capitals

  3. 21- small.png Dallas Stars

  4. 16- small.png Minnesota Wild

  5. 15- small.png Pittsburgh Penguins

  6. 13- small.png Carolina Hurricanes

  7. 13- small.png Nashville Predators

  8. 13- small.png St. Louis Blues

  9. 12- small.png Philadelphia Flyers

  10. 11- small.png Buffalo Sabres

  11. 11- small.png Ottawa Senators

  12. 9- small.png New Jersey Devils

  13. 9- small.png Phoenix Coyotes

  14. 8- small.png Columbus Blue Jackets

  15. 7- small.png Calgary Flames

  16. 5- small.png Anaheim Ducks

  17. 5- small.png Tampa Bay Lightning

  18. 4- small.png Edmonton Oilers

  19. 3- small.png Montreal Canadiens

  20. 3- small.png Winnipeg Jets

  21. 2- small.png Boston Bruins

  22. 2- small.png Chicago Blackhawks

  23. 2- small.png Florida Panthers

  24. 2- small.png Los Angeles Kings

  25. 2- small.png New York Rangers

  26. 2- small.png Toronto Maple Leafs

  27. 1- small.png Detroit Red Wings

  28. 1- small.png New York Islanders

  29. 1- small.png San Jose Sharks

  30. 1- small.png Vancouver Canucks

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Game 1 between Phoenix and Nashville just about to start.

2-1 NSH after the first with goals from Erat, Hornqvist, and Korpikoski.

Powerplay marker by Hornqvist puts NSH ahead 3-1 heading into the 3rd.

Phoenix storms back with a pair of goals from Korpikoski, including an amazing deflection for the hat trick, a goal from Lupul, and an empty net goal also from Lupul to take game 1 5-3.

3 Stars:

  1. Lauri Korpikoski (3 goals)

  2. Joffrey Lupul (2 goals)

  3. Patric Hornqvist (2 goals)

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Game 2

Scoreless first, although the first 7 minutes was completely bizarre. It started exactly the same as the first game, right down to the smallest details. Same plays, same penalties, same highright reel saves on the same shooters taking the same shots, etc. EXACTLY the same ... Fortunately, the rest of the period was unique.

Second period filled with scoring. Halischuk, Erat, and Thornton all score for NSH to give them a 3-0 lead, but PHX once again comes back with goals from Lane and Rene Bourque to get it to within 1 going into the finale.

Cogliano with an own goal. Halischuk gets credit. 4-2 NSH

4-2 NSH Final, Series tied 1-1 heading to Glendale

3 Stars:

  1. Matthew Halischuk (2 goals, 1 assist)

  2. Pekka Rinne (31 saves)

  3. Joe Thornton (1 goal)

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Game 3 shifts to Arizona with the series tied at 1.

Mikael Backlund and Brendan Shinnimin return to the lineup after being away for too long.

Period 1

Martin Erat scores five-hole on a feed by M. Latta.

Heading into the first intermission with Nashville up 1-0.

Shots favor Phoenix 9-8.

Period 2

Mikael Backlund contributes and scores a beauty to make it 1-1, 15 minutes left in the second.

Shinnimin gets a slashing penalty, Nashville starts the powerplay well, but Howard stops their attempts with great saves.

The game is tied after second, shots 21-18 for Phoenix.

Period 3

Pretty much coast-to-coast for the first 10.

Gervais scores with 7.35 minutes left to play, 2-1 NSH.

Shalla scores to make it 3-1 with 30 seconds left.

Predators win game 3 to take a 2-1 lead in the series.

Shots 28-30 for PHX.

Three Stars:

1. Pekka Rinne, 1.00 GAA, .966 SV%.

2. Michael Latta, 2 aseista.

3. Whoever scored the GWG, missed it due to PS3 shutdown.

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