Potential East Opponents

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    Red...if we lose only once in reg. in the next 2 and the habs win tonight, then we play Toronto.




    that's what i said - though i did go back and edit a mistake prior to your post.

     
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    Oh and if Ottawa gets the loser point tonight, Habs lose, and Bruins win tomorrow we get the Isles. Same thing happens if Habs win Bruins win out and Sens get the loser point.

     
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    "If the Habs lose and Ottawa wins one of their last two and Boston wins one we play the Sens."

     

    The Senators and Loafs are going to take care of business for the flailing Bruins tonight.

     
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    Sorry to disappoint most of you , Rangers are winning 2-0 and getting closer to playing them. 

     



    My pick for the dark horse in the upcoming playoffs.

     

    A good team that underperfomed most of the year only to sneak in....shades of the Kings last season.



    i aclready claimed them and the ducks.  

     
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    i aclready claimed them and the ducks.  

     



    Damn....Pittsburgh then?Undecided

     
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    "If the Habs lose and Ottawa wins one of their last two and Boston wins one we play the Sens."

     

    The Senators and Loafs are going to take care of business for the flailing Bruins tonight.




    If Sens win Bruins most likely play the Rangers if the Bs finish in 2nd.

    If Habs get 2nd they will take the Rangers in 4 games.

     

     

     
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    Sorry to disappoint most of you , Rangers are winning 2-0 and getting closer to playing them. 

     



    My pick for the dark horse in the upcoming playoffs.

     

    A good team that underperfomed most of the year only to sneak in....shades of the Kings last season.

     



    i aclready claimed them and the ducks.  

     



    You picked the Ducks as a dark horse? Way to go out on a limb there Shupe. I'll take the Kings and the Blues as my picks then.

     
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    Budaj in net tonight for the Habs.

     
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                              "If Habs get 2nd they will take the Rangers in 4 games."

     

    Did you break a bottle of Beaujolais or Chianti out early tonight ?

     
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                              "If Habs get 2nd they will take the Rangers in 4 games."

     

    Did you break a bottle of Beaujolais or Chianti out early tonight ?

     




    LOL...  Habs have the Rangers number for 3 years now. Lundqvist looks like Kevin Weeks against the Habs.

     

    Bruins win and they're in drivers seat . Tomorrow they would scratch half their team and let Pandolfo, Johnson, Jarvis , Neely play  and even call up Caron LOL.  They might end up having the Sens  win.   You know what I mean ..... wink wink

    Edit:  I talked too soon , Habs leading 3-1

     
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    Let's see if I have this right:

    Bruins win, they play the Islanders.

    Senators win, the Bruins play the Leafs.

     
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    Let's see if I have this right:

    Bruins win, they play the Islanders.

    Senators win, the Bruins play the Leafs.




    Looks like a win-win in my opinion.

     
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    This is how it will go down now pending tomorrow's game vs. Ott:

    Bruins win in regulation -- they play NYI

    Bruins win in OT -- they play Ottawa

    Bruins lose -- they play Toronto

     
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    This is how it will go down now pending tomorrow's game vs. Ott:

    Bruins win in regulation -- they play NYI

    Bruins win in OT -- they play Ottawa

    Bruins lose -- they play Toronto


    All the way down to the third tie breaker, yeesh!

    Only one series set in the East.  Everything else comes down to the make-up game tomorrow.

     
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    This is how it will go down now pending tomorrow's game vs. Ott:

    Bruins win in regulation -- they play NYI

    Bruins win in OT -- they play Ottawa

    Bruins lose -- they play Toronto




    What happens if the Bruins lose in OT?

     
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    What happens if the Bruins lose in OT?

     




    Stop it. You are making my head hurt....

     
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    This is how it will go down now pending tomorrow's game vs. Ott:

    Bruins win in regulation -- they play NYI

    Bruins win in OT -- they play Ottawa

    Bruins lose -- they play Toronto

     




    What happens if the Bruins lose in OT?

     



    It's the same as a regulation loss. They would still play Toronto.

     
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    What happens if the Bruins lose in OT?

     

     



    It's the same as a regulation loss. They would still play Toronto.

     



    No, they wouldn't.  They would play Ottawa.

     
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    I was sure Ottawa would have won tonight .  My predictions are just as bad as Shupes

     
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    I was sure Ottawa would have won tonight .  My predictions are just as bad as Shupes




    Still better than Stanley's.

     
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    What happens if the Bruins lose in OT?

     

     



    It's the same as a regulation loss. They would still play Toronto.

     

     



    No, they wouldn't.  They would play Ottawa.

     



    Montreal owns the tiebreaker because of head-to-head record, so even if the Bruins get a point they would remain in fourth place and play Toronto.

     
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    I was sure Ottawa would have won tonight .  My predictions are just as bad as Shupes

     




    Still better than Stanley's.

     




     
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    What happens if the Bruins lose in OT?

     

     



    It's the same as a regulation loss. They would still play Toronto.

     

     



    No, they wouldn't.  They would play Ottawa.

     




    I think he's right, they still play Toronto if they get 1 point. Besides, how can you are argue with TheHockeyGuy LOL... good work my man.

     

     
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    Still better than Stanley's.

     



    lol....is that a a backhanded complement or what?

     
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    Montreal owns the tiebreaker because of head-to-head record, so even if the Bruins get a point they would remain in fourth place and play Toronto.

     




    You're right.  In my mind, the Bruins had won tonight and were tied with Montreal.  I guess I'm still optimistic even after all our third period meltdowns.  I was sure the B's were going to win heading in the third up 2-0.

    Actually, the Habs would win the tiebreaker because they have more ROW's.

     

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