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Ottawa, NYR, and Vancouver now lead their series 3-1, 3-0, and 3-1, respectively.

The Rangers are annihilating the Thrashers. 7-0. Well, you can tell this is the first time the Thrashers have been to the playoffs, but I guess I was expecting more from Hossa.

Ottawa and Vancouver have played well and should win their series as well. The Penguins have played well at times, but it is clear that they need more playoff experience to do well.

Vancouver and Dallas have had an unbelievable amount of games ending 2-1 now. Dallas is going to have a tough time coming back after losing both of their home games.

In other games, the Wild currently are up 2-1 in the 3rd period over the Ducks in a desperate attempt to stay in the series. I'm glad they are trying, despite the improbable odds of coming back from a 3-0 series deficit.

Calgary and Detroit are scoreless after one, which has to be taken as good news for the Flames. If they can win this one, the series could really take a turn in their favor.
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April 17, 2007 11:17 PM ET | Delete
Penguins also need to win crucial faceoffs as well as get the PP going in order to win. The PP was their bread and butter all year long but has dissapeared in the series thus far. The end is near for them...
April 18, 2007 12:50 AM ET | Delete
Not to be a jerk, but aren't you stating the obvious here? Got any inside info on the Sabres/Isles series? How are your guys doing? I don't have the time to watch their games as well as the Pens games, but I am rooting for the Sabres.
April 18, 2007 2:07 PM ET | Delete
Yeah, sorry. I wanted to talk about each series a little but I ran out of time to discuss each in the depth I had initially meant to. Thanks for commenting though, I appreciate the feedback. Look for Sabres posts from me today before and after their game!
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