Stanley Cup Finals: Chicago Blackhawks Can’t Take Philadelphia Flyers Lightly

May 28th, 2010 by Tyler Juranovich Leave a reply »
Game One of the Stanley Cup Finals is just around the corner, Saturday night to be exact, and I couldn't be more excited.

The Flyers have surprised everyone by making it this far, but they shouldn't be doubted. They are a great team. They play extremely well together, and can just be as explosive on the offensive end as the Blackhawks. 

The Flyers never gave up in the playoffs, and look where it has gotten them. First, it took them a shootout victory in the last game of the regular season just to be in the playoffs. They won four straight games against the Bruins after being down 3-0 in the series. And most recently, they took out a very talented Canadiens team with ease.

"You can never really count them out," said Blackhawks' Patrick Kane. "They have been in situations when it seems they are down and out and have come back from it in every situation. Every game is a must-win in different series, but against them you can't really give them any life at all. We have to try to take this thing as seriously as possible from first shift out."

It doesn't matter if you're the favorites, like the Hawks are. It's the p ...

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