Importance Of Winning The Division

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    Importance Of Winning The Division

    None.

    The B's had home ice in the first two rounds.

    Sweeping the Pens means no home ice advantage for anyone (two games in each rink).

    The B's won't have home ice vs the Blackhawks (which they had no chance of catching in the standings) and will have it if they play the Kings.

     
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    Re: Importance Of Winning The Division

    Fun facts by GNB!


    Gotcha!

     
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    Re: Importance Of Winning The Division

    A few years ago I looked at playoff wins for home teams vs. away teams - it was about a 50/50 split in terms of the total number of games won by each.  But, the majority of SERIES victories went overwhelmingly to the home team, which I guess made sense, that is until the 8 seeded Kings won the Cup last year.  Moral of the story...just win one more game than your opponent whether it's home, away or in the parking lot at Walmart!



     
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    Re: Importance Of Winning The Division

    In response to goodnewsbears' comment:

    None.

    The B's had home ice in the first two rounds.

    Sweeping the Pens means no home ice advantage for anyone (two games in each rink).

    The B's won't have home ice vs the Blackhawks (which they had no chance of catching in the standings) and will have it if they play the Kings.



    Don't tell Montreal fans that,someone on TSN or Sportsnet Forumn can't remember which one,made comment how Canadians had one the division,play offs aren't everthing.

     
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