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    I have to route for Chicago. A so at least we can say we lost to the champs
    I hear this mindset all the time, and I have a hard time understanding it. Who cares if we can say we lost to the champs? No one will remember who they beat in the conference round years from now. When a team beats my team, I want nothing but the worst for them.

    I remember those two consecutive years when the Phillies ousted the Dodgers from the playoffs, and I had friends say similar things, about rooting for the Phillies in the Series because at least the Dodgers could say they lost to the best team that year. Doesn't make sense in my mind. I wished all those Phillies death those two years, and still quite dislike them to this day.
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    Please tell me you're kidding with the beards. You do know how many pitchers grow out their beards for the playoffs. Right?
    We can start with brian wilson and roy halladay just off the top of my head.
    Team superstitiousness (sp?) does not trump individual superstitiousness.
    So you are telling Brian Wilson grew this out and died it just in a month long playoffs?



    And Halladay has a beard also, but he also has always has scruff going on. Same thing with non pitcher Jason Weryth. And even if these guys do it just for the playoffs it's not the whole team.

    In this argument how does individual superstitions trump team ones? The statement was Hockey is most superstitious sport, not have the most superstitious players. Every player in every sport have their own personal superstitions that they all do. In baseball some players will not step on the white line, but I've also seen just as many players step on it. Yet in hockey not a single player on a team will touch the cup until they win the cup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    I hear this mindset all the time, and I have a hard time understanding it. Who cares if we can say we lost to the champs? No one will remember who they beat in the conference round years from now. When a team beats my team, I want nothing but the worst for them.

    I remember those two consecutive years when the Phillies ousted the Dodgers from the playoffs, and I had friends say similar things, about rooting for the Phillies in the Series because at least the Dodgers could say they lost to the best team that year. Doesn't make sense in my mind. I wished all those Phillies death those two years, and still quite dislike them to this day.
    Honestly the main reason for me is the whole Boston thing. If it was Pittsburgh instead of Boston honestly I wouldn't of cared who wins it. Truthfully I never thought about the saying before but have just always been told "if you are going to lose, then might as well lose to the best." But you are right years down the road no one will remember who they beat in the conference round, except the players that lost so I think that mindset is just as important to them then the fans.
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    Incredibly entertaining game to watch. Neither team will give.

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    Both teams are running on fumes

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    Hawks are slowing down at a faster pace

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    It's as if they are skating through mud

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    Jesus fucking Christ what a game. What a sport hockey is.

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    Booom

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    Bruins had sooooo many bids.

    Feeling like a Pens fan just now.

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    Bruins had sooooo many bids.

    Feeling like a Pens fan just now.
    You can't really even be upset though. I mean obviously you are but nothing Rask could have done to stop that. Deflections are hard enough to stop, let alone two. I honestly feel sorry for anyone that didn't watch the game. I've been saying it my whole life but the Stanley Cup finals is the best thing to watch in sports.
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    Ive always said the same thing too brother. Not just the finals though, the entire playoffs. It's the toughest motherfuckers on the planet giving their all -blood, sweat, and tears - every second of every game for the greatest prize in all of sports, The Stanley Cup

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    Years ago I was at a Kings playoff game against the Avalanche. Went to triple overtime and the Kings ended up winning 1-0. I have yet to hear a crowd as loud as that one was that night. The memory is still so vivid, it's amazing. Like tonight, the clock had just struck midnight. The players were barely moving, and since it was a scoreless game the crowd had been holding it all in for close to 5 hours.

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    Only caught the highlight real, but holy shit! What a great start to the series
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    For all you hockey fans i don't follow too closely but is quick considered the best goalie? Or is lundquist? Or someone else? If he isn't what place would you say he is as far as NHL goalies go?
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    I would say top 4 easily.

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    Definitely top tier.

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    Holy shit this has been such an exciting game thus far.
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    Madness

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    Fuck yeah Chicago. Any one but Boston.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubesock Shakur View Post
    Fuck yeah Chicago. Any one but Boston.
    My thoughts exactly.

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    Same here. Not that I have anything against the Bruins but I have plenty against the Red Sox, Celtics, and Patriots and they all share common fans. Sorry Santasutt, nothing against you personally as you are one of the few Boston sports fans I actually respect, I just don't like your kind. It's OK though as I expect the feelings to be mutual towards me as an LA sports fan and Yankees fan.

    Either way though holy shit what an exciting game, 11 total goals from the two best defensive teams. This is just another example of why the Stanley Cup Playoffs is the best thing in sports, well American sport leagues at least.
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    Not much action on this forum lately.

    C'mon now; I know the Queens and the Sharts went home early, but is nobody on the West coast digging this Stanley Cup?

    Blackhawks just pulled-off the unthinkable.

    The equalizer and the winner in the last minute 30.
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    I'm still in shock in what happened and I don't even care for either team. Wow
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    what a finish! congrats, Hawks!
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    So I just finished re watching the game with my Dad this time, and I still can't believe that happened even seeing it for the second time.
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    I was really hoping for a game seven. It seemed like it was going to happen, until the last minute, literally. This was a fantastic series and both teams skated very hard game six. It seemed like Boston was out of gas there at the very end and did not have the energy to stop the storming Blackhawks. I would of liked to see Boston attack during the final few minutes rather than just try and play defense. Seemed like they were already thinking about game 7 and just trying not to lose, rather than try and win. Feel bad for them, what a heartbreaker. Gotta feel good for Chicago fans though, what a way to win the Stanley Cup!

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    Well at least the Sharks weren't the only team to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, except in Boston's case they blew it at home with the Stanley cup on the line. Way more excruciating than SJ's loss to the kings.

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