2010-11 NHL Predictions: Bold Proclamations of Winners, Losers and Sidney Crosby

October 7th, 2010 by Jon Neely Leave a reply »
There's just something about the preseason.

It has its purpose; each team uses it in whatever way they deem necessary, along with radio, TV, and internet personalities preview, analyze, and look ahead to absolutely every single possible scenario that could take place in the upcoming season.

Then they do it again. Then they change their mind.

But eventually, it just gets old.

There are only so many ways we can say Alex Ovechkin will win the scoring race, San Jose will disappoint their fans again, or Sean Avery will find a new way to get suspended.

We need real hockey, and we need it now.

So enough already—let's dive right into this new season head first.

It's just too bad the Minnesota Wild and the Carolina Hurricanes kick off the season in a barn somewhere that isn't North America; a game which seven people will watch on TV.

But after that, things get really good. I promise.

And just in case you thought I was going to take my own advice and skip the prediction process—nope.

Where the fun in that be?

So her ...

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