NHL Playoff Predictions: No. 4 Pittsburgh Penguins vs. No. 8 Montreal Canadiens

April 29th, 2010 by Benjamin Benya Leave a reply »
In a round that had it all out west, the Eastern Conference may have delivered the most incredible comeback and upset in the history of playoff hockey. It also featured two more upsets and an intense, overtime-ridden series. Each of the four teams remaining have their own scars to bare, but only two will keep the wheels spinning to the Conference Finals.

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The story of the first round, the Montreal Canadiens, are fresh off a seven-game stunner against the heavily favored Washington Capitals, and must now attempt to slay one more giant in their path: the defending Stanley Cup Champions, the Pittsburgh Penguins.


A career year in the regular season and a career year in the postseason? Such is the life of Sidney Crosby, who dominated the opening round with 14 points in six games, far and away most among his peers. Crosby’s outright takeover on the opposing net this playoff hasn’t gone unnoticed, either, as teammates Bill Guerin and Chris Kunitz are finding the net with gr ...

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