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RAW will be lucky to get even the small box in the corner of my picture in picture TV - B's/Habs at 7pm on ESPN and then Avs/Kings Game 7 on the Deuce at 9:30pm - it's nights like these where I really appreciate the CRZ recaps on Tuesday morning



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I have to sneak out of work early today. No way I am missing this doubleheader.

It would be great to see the Habs pull the upset and knock out the Bruins. Is anyone else getting the feeling that they might just sneak into the Cup finals?




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Very possible. Whoever makes it out of Toronto/Islanders is going to be so beat up that they will be easy pickings for their next round opponent. And Carolina and Ottawa, while strong in their first round, are unspectacular.
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Pretty hard to say that Patrick Lalime has been unspectacular thus far.



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or Kevin Weekes for that matter...

Seriously, though, both Ottawa and Carolina have got to feel pretty good about facing any of the four remaining teams.

Toronto and NY will have pretty much depleted each others line-ups by the time this one is over tomorrow.

Montreal and Boston are going the same way.

Ottawa certainly should be feeling pretty good. It's always amazing how much of a hurdle that first series win is. They have finally made it, so the skys the limit now.



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That is a HUGE pickup for Ottawa.
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