2017 NHL Playoffs Final Four

Dated: 05/11/2017

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We are now down to 4 teams with the opportunity to raise “The Stanley Cup”. Here’s a quick recap of how we got here. 

The first round results:

Nashville (w) defeated Chicago (1*) , NY Rangers (w) defeated Chicago (1),  St Louis (3) beat Minnesota (2), Anaheim (1) beat Calgary (w), Edmonton (2) beat San Jose (3), Washington (1*) beat Toronto (w), Pittsburgh (2) beat Columbus (3) and Ottawa (2) beat Boston (3).

The second round results:

Nashville defeated St Louis, Anaheim beat Edmonton, Pittsburgh defeated Washington and Ottawa beat New York.

If you read the blog last month you might remember these were my predictions:

Nashville, Anaheim, Pittsburgh & New York.

Since I went 3 for 4, I figured why not press my luck and try picking the conference and cup winners.

Anaheim beats Nashville & Pittsburgh beats Ottawa, with Pittsburgh repeating as champions.

I believe the games will all be exciting to watch.  Each series will go 6 or 7 games. 

Western series begins Friday 5/12 and the Eastern series begins Saturday 5/13. 

Best wishes to all.


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