Playoff Question.

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    Playoff Question.

    What team would you rather play Montreal or Toronto?? The way we are playing now I dont think we can beat either one. IMHO!! Toronto is on a mission and the habs just to fast and skating circles around us. SO lots of red flags all around at this moment.

     
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    In response to ramzz's comment:

    What team would you rather play Montreal or Toronto?? The way we are playing now I dont think we can beat either one. IMHO!! Toronto is on a mission and the habs just to fast and skating circles around us. SO lots of red flags all around at this moment.



    Either one.The Leafs haven't been in the playoffs since Noah built the ark and we all know they said the same thing about the Habs in 2011.Don't get me wrong, either team can give the B's a good series but if the B's are HEALTHY i will take them to win against either.

     
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    It's possible the Bruins could face both of them. It's very unlikely (darn near impossible) that they could face the Habs in the first round, though. It's also possible that the reward for winning the NE would be a date with the NY Rangers, and I'm not sure I'd want that, either.

    Going to be a great playoffs in the East. I don't have any faith in the Isles or Caps (or anyone who wins the SE) but other than that, I can see any team in the top 8 right now conceivably winning it.

     

     
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    You have to win on the road and beat teams with real good goalies. Lundqvist, as great as he is in the regular season, has not cut the mustard in the post-season.

    I was over-confident against the Caps last season...that really stung. The Caps got sting by the Canadiens in 2010, it's the NHL playoffs...is what it is.

     
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    You have to win on the road and beat teams with real good goalies. Lundqvist, as great as he is in the regular season, has not cut the mustard in the post-season.



    People once said that about Tim Thomas, too. Lundqvist, like Thomas, I think has the potential to prove people wrong in that regard.

     
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    You have to win on the road and beat teams with real good goalies. Lundqvist, as great as he is in the regular season, has not cut the mustard in the post-season.

     



    People once said that about Tim Thomas, too. Lundqvist, like Thomas, I think has the potential to prove people wrong in that regard.

     



    I have to agree here, i wouldn't count Lundqvist out in the playoffs. Until a goalie wins a Cup he will always be questioned on whether he can win when the stakes are high. The Rangers had an under achieving year but are playing better with the infusion of the trades. I would be leery of them, at least in the 1st round and if they get on a roll, look out.

     
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    Re: Playoff Question.

    In response to Kennedy97's comment:

    You have to win on the road and beat teams with real good goalies. Lundqvist, as great as he is in the regular season, has not cut the mustard in the post-season.

    People once said that about Tim Thomas, too. Lundqvist, like Thomas, I think has the potential to prove people wrong in that regard.



    Same could be said of Price as well. Point being don't wish for a certain opponent or be happy you are not facing a troublesome goalie. Just remembering how happy I was when Carolina eliminated New Jersey 2009 Ouch!

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    You have to win on the road and beat teams with real good goalies. Lundqvist, as great as he is in the regular season, has not cut the mustard in the post-season.



    In the playoffs last year, he had a .931 SV% and 1.82 GAA.  How thick is the mustard?

     
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    Get it on with the Scabs !   I've got monies all ready for a Bruin / Scabs playoff match....

     

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