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  • Sunday night, I was sure there would be at least one first round sweep (I thought for sure the Flyers would sweep the Penguins – their defense and goaltending hadn’t really shown up for the playoffs yet). The Pens proved me wrong in a BIG way.

    I thought 32 goals in 3 games was crazy, but (according to NBC Sports) 45 goals in the first four games of a playoff series is a record. Penguins fans are clearly not happy with the way most of those were scored, but at least it was a Malkin goal (yes, Malkin finally scored his first two goals of the 2012 playoffs tonight) that broke the record.

    Interestingly enough, though Bobrovsky played more minutes than Bryzgalov, their stats were even other than that. They each faced 18 shots and had 5 goals against (.722). I wonder how many time’s that’s happened in the playoffs (or any game, really).

    Who would have guessed that the Pens could win a game the way they played the first three games? True, they scored 5 goals in the one, but that’s hardly helpful when giving up 8 in the same game. I can’t wait to see what happens Friday night. I won’t be able to watch live, but I’ll avoid news and watch as soon as I get home. Now that Malkin’s started to score, can they pull off what only the 2004 Red Sox have done? Jordan Staal had a hat trick, too. Don’t want to forget to mention that important point, but Staal had 2 other goals in the playoffs before tonight’s game. Malkin had yet to score a goal. (Letang, Niskanen, & Sullivan also scored their goals of the playoffs tonight in Philly. Crosby scored his third of this year’s playoffs, and Dupuis scored his 2nd.)

    In the other potential sweep (Los Angeles could have swept Vancouver tonight), there were a couple key changes. It’s really hard to say which was more important or might have the potential to sway the series in the Canucks’ favor.

    1. Roberto Luongo hasn’t played since the Canucks left Vancouver. Cory Schneider replaced him in net for Sunday night’s game and though he lost the game, he only gave up one goal, which was a significant improvement over the first couple games. He got the only win for the Canucks in the 2012 playoffs so far and I can’t imagine him not playing when the Canucks return to Vancouver for Sunday night’s game 5.

    2. Daniel Sedin came back from his concussion tonight. He was only a few seconds shy of twin bother Henrik Sedin’s time on ice and had one assist. One assist may not seem like a lot, but I think getting Daniel back had to be a huge boost to the Canucks’ morale.

    I can’t believe we all have to wait until Sunday to see what happens in game 5 of this series. (If they’re still going, the Pens/Flyers will play their game 6 that day.)

    The other game of the night was actually the most interesting game and is the more interesting series (unless the Penguins or Canucks end up making the first NHL comeback from the 0-3 start). The Senators won in overtime to tie their series with the Rangers at 2 games.

    Home ice hasn’t been an advantage for most teams in the playoffs this year. More away teams are winning than home teams, which seems odd. It’ll be interesting to see if this trend continues for the rest of this round and into the second round of the playoffs.

    The only two series that seemed like they weren’t going to be very interesting got a lot more interesting tonight. The NBC Sports Network may not be making all the right choices where fans have been concerned, but they (and their advertisers) have to be thrilled with the way the 2012 playoffs are going so far – especially since local stations don’t get the next round at all. (Sad for fans, but good for the channel and national sponsors.) FSN Sports opted to play two early season baseball games (Angels and Dodgers) in the LA area instead of airing playoff hockey. It’s a shame, but money talks and sadly the first week of baseball commands more money in a 164 game season than playoff hockey in the LA market. :-(

    Enjoy the playoffs!

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  • Here they are – my playoff predictions for the first round. Some of these were difficult for me to pick, but here are my thoughts.

    Eastern Conference

    Capitals vs. Rangers
    Capitals in 5 – I don’t think this will be at all challenging for the Capitals given the way the Rangers have been playing lately. I think the Rangers will win a game, hopefully at home for their fans. I may not like the team, but I think all fans deserve a win at home in the playoffs.

    Flyers vs. Sabres
    Flyers in 6 – The Sabres have been playing amazingly well lately and have the best record in the last ten games out of all the teams in the NHL, but I still think the Flyers will prevail in the end. They’re a strong team and I think they may be the team that’ll make it out of the east.

    Bruins vs. Canadiens
    Bruins in 5 – With Tim Thomas (who should get the Vezina again) in goal, I don’t see how the Bruins can go wrong here. The Canadiens only won half of their last ten games and certainly don’t seem to be in playoff form at the moment.

    Penguins vs. Lightning
    Penguins in 6 – The Pens ended their season with the second best set of 10 games in the NHL and in spite of not having team captain Sidney Crosby or Evgeni Malkin healthy, they have been finding ways to win. There’s still hope that Crosby might be able to return at some point during the playoffs, though clearly the Penguins will be careful not to rush him back too quickly. If Sid returns, who knows how well the Penguins will be able to do with him back in the lineup.

    Western Conference

    Canucks vs. Blackhawks
    Canucks in 5 – The Blackhawks almost didn’t make it into the playoffs. They were 5-4-1 in their last ten games and only made it into the playoffs, since the Stars lost their last game of the season, too. I could see the Canucks sweeping the Blackhawks, but I think the Blackhawks will be able to win one game. The Canucks aren’t perfect and if the Hawks play well they’re an amazing team.

    Sharks vs. Kings
    Kings in 6 – I’ve heard some people say they think this will be the year the Sharks do well in the playoffs. It’s bound to happen one of these days and perhaps Nabokov was the reason they weren’t able to do well in the past. That might be true, but I don’t think so. These Sharks are definitely different than the Sharks on the last few years, but the Kings split their series with the Sharks including a win in the last month of the season. Of course, if the Kings who played the last two games of the season against the Ducks show up, I have to change this prediction to Sharks in 5. Anze Kopitar is definitely out until next season and though Justin Williams has been skating, he’s still an unknown. If he ends up getting back in time, he could help the Kings survive the first round.

    Red Wings vs. Coyotes
    Coyotes in 6 – The Red Wings have the worst record of the 8 teams who made it into the playoffs in their last ten games of the season (4-4-2) and have had some goaltending issues. The Red Wings look tired and I think the fact that they have quite a few older players and their goaltending isn’t as good as it has been the last few playoff runs. It took the Red Wings seven games to beat the Coyotes in the first round last year and I think the Coyotes will be even more motivated this year and will upset the Red Wings.

    Ducks vs. Predators
    Ducks in 6 – When Hiller got injured, a lot of people (including me) thought that would be the end of the Ducks’ playoff hopes. Hiller had been keeping the Ducks in the mix and very few thought they could manage without him. Anaheim proved us all wrong. Corey Perry (#1 goal scorer in the NHL this season with 50 goals) and Lubomir Visnovsky (the top scoring defenseman with 68 points) really stepped up. The Ducks have two of the top ten scorers in the NHL this season (and Getzlaf is tied for 11th) – if you resort by points per game, all three of their top scorers are in the top 10. I think that is what will get them past the Predators (whose top scorers are tied for 91st in the NHL). Pekka Rinne (the #2 goaltender in save percentage) has carried the Predators through the season, but I think he’s met his match in the Ducks’ offense. I don’t think it’ll be a super easy series, though I could see the Ducks winning in 5 games, too.

    Enjoy the playoffs!

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  • In spite of the fact that this year’s Winter Classic was up against prime time bowl games and other hockey games along with other prime time programming and all the activities people do outside of the home on Saturday nights, it was the most successful Winter Classic. The 2011 Winter Classic actually had the best ratings of any NHL game since 1975 with 4.5 million viewers. Four of the top five rated NHL games of all time are the Winter Classics and this year’s Winter Classic had an 81% increase in Pittsburgh viewers over the 2008 Winter Classic (the first ever, where the Penguins played the Sabres in Buffalo).

    In the Christmas Eve Winter Classic Preview, Versus pointed out that Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin had the same number of points. Of course, Crosby got his 571 points in only 410 games (1.39 points per game). Ovechkin has played 435 games (1.31 points per game). Neither of the super stars the NHL and NBC clearly wanted to highlight in this New Year’s Day match-up scored in the Winter Classic this year. Evgeni Malkin did score, but he wasn’t in most of the advertising I saw for the Winter Classic. How about you? The NHL and NBC concentrated on two players and neither of them had much of an impact on Saturday night’s game. Alex did almost score, but it was called off due to his interference with goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury.

    Crosby’s first Winter Classic appearance couldn’t have been scripted much better. This year’s Winter Classic is memorable for other reasons. It’s the first Winter Classic played in prime time and the first NHL game where the players (and most of the 68,111 fans in attendance) were in the rain for much of the game. Thankfully, the Classic was still able to be completed Saturday night, but I’m sure the conditions affected the game a lot. The streak trailing the puck and skates made that clear. Most fans I talked to on my way out were still in great sprits, in spite of the weather conditions and (for Pittsburgh fans) the outcome of the game. Capitals fans and Penguins fans were even chanting “Flyers suck” on and off on their very long way out of the building in the crowds – something on which they could agree even when the Capitals had just beaten the Penguins.

    The visiting team has now won ¾ of the Winter Classic games, so the 2011 Winter Classic outcome is probably not very surprising. The good news for Penguins fans is that it’s just ONE regular season game. Though the buildup is high and the event is amazing, in the end the Winter Classic is just one out of 82 games played in the regular season. The Penguins beat the Capitals in Washington to start out their 2010-11 series and the Caps beat the Pens at home in the Winter Classic. The Pens are still two points ahead of the Caps in the standings, having played the same number of games (40). Sidney Crosby is still 23 points and 18 goals ahead of Alex Ovechkin this season. I’d say the Penguins are winning the war in spite of losing the Winter Classic battle and most of their fans seemed to realize this fact.

    Overall, most fans seemed excited about the prime time Winter Classic game. Many fans I talked to about the change were more excited about the 8pm game than they’d been about the game when it was supposed to start at 1pm. Clearly, the 8pm start on New Year’s Day gave fans of both teams a lot more time to recover from New Year’s Eve and tailgate. Though I know hockey is popular and fans love to tailgate, I was amazed at the number of fans who were tailgating outside of Heinz Field as I walked by. Fans obviously took advantage of the later start and partied in preparation for the game.

    The game itself might not have been a great example of NHL talents, but the 2011 Winter Classic will be remembered as the first Winter Classic with rain and to take place in prime time. The prime time start was so successful this year, perhaps the NHL should consider moving the Winter Classic to prime time going forward.

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  • Before I get into the Penguins game tonight, I have to mention that the Penguins really did an amazing job when they built the CONSOL Energy Center. I enjoyed it as a fan when I was there for the first two games in October (in spite of the outcome) and can’t say enough about what they did with the press box. Though I know it’s a new arena, even Anaheim doesn’t have as many staff members who seem willing to show you the way and make sure you know where you’re going (and the Honda Center employees are BEYOND friendly, for those of you who haven’t been). They seem to have thought of everything – even a shelf behind the seats for your laptop case, camera equipment, whatever… One thing I hadn’t noticed the first couple times I visited CONSOL is that they have about double the recycling cans as they do trash cans, which I think is really great. I was surprised to see more recycling than trash, but it’s great, since most of the stuff one has there is recyclable.

    As everyone knows, Sidney Crosby has been on fire. Tonight, he extended his point streak to 25 games and his goal streak to 5 games. He’s leading the NHL in points by over ten and is in the goal lead, too. He’s even near the top of the +/- stats. Between his performance and Fleury’s bounce-back to above average in save percentage and goals against average, it’s no wonder the Pens are number one in the NHL at the moment. (They have played more games than many other teams in the NHL, but they’re clearly in a good position regardless of that fact.)

    The Thrashers managed to score against the Penguins’ #1 penalty kill, though the Pens got a shorthanded goal later in the game. The Penguins’ fairly low (22) power play scored against the Thrashers. The Penguins and Thrashers didn’t have a major fight tonight, but other than that there’s not much tonight’s game in Pittsburgh was lacking. Penguins fans were happily cheering as they left the CONSOL Energy Center for their cars or the local bars.

    Getting to watch Crosby in person really is a treat that most living in southern California get to have too rarely. Seeing the greatest players live is never something we should take for granted. The current NHL schedule has teams in the NHL playing every team at least once, but only some teams from the other conference at home and away each season. It’s a shame, since Sidney Crosby, Alexander Ovechkin, Anze Kopitar of the LA Kings (who passed the puck OVER an opponent last night to set up Dustin Brown’s goal), and other super stars in the NHL aren’t seen often in cities of the other conference’s teams. We should all get to see these players every year – even if it means we have to watch our teams get roughed up a bit by some of the best in the league.

    Since the weather was nothing like the forecast said it would be on Christmas Day in Pittsburgh, I’m still assuming that New Year’s Day will work out wonderfully for the Winter Classic. I remember that there were concerns last year for Boston’s Winter Classic and that went well in the end. I’m hoping all this worrying and preparation will be in vain, since the game will work well on New Year’s Day. Preparing for the worst can’t hurt, but I’m certainly hoping for the best. I’d hate for so many people to either have to miss the Winter Classic or spend a lot of money changing flights around, rearranging travel and hotel plans, etc. Especially when they still wouldn’t be positive the game would be played on the 2nd. I think even if there’s a delay the NHL has to somehow have the game on the 1st if it doesn’t rain non-stop. Moving the game by more than a few hours could be really bad for the league’s goal of trying to increase viewers and have one game every year outside on New Year’s Day. Of course, I personally believe that the Winter Classic could be the only NHL game played on New Year’s Day, but no one asked my opinion when they planned the schedule. Delaying the game could also have bad effects for where the game will be aired, since we know that NBC doesn’t have the NHL as a priority (we’ve seen that in the past with playoff hockey going into overtime and NBC airing pre-race information on horse racing instead of the end of the game). It’s also clear that many people in the US still don’t get Versus and if they do, many of them don’t know where they can find it or that they have it. It’s certainly a lot less likely that someone flipping by the channel will randomly stop on an outdoor NHL game, like friends I know who don’t watch hockey have in the past. *fingers crossed* that it works out for a 1pm game with decent weather for all the fans Saturday…

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  • In spite of Sidney Crosby scoring his first two goals against Anaheim (in his 5th game against the Ducks), the Penguins couldn’t bounce back after allowing the Ducks (Bobby Ryan, Ryan Getzlaf, & Saku Koivu) to score the first three goals of the game. The Penguins didn’t do much in the first period and in spite of their intensity improving the second period, they couldn’t get the puck past Hiller until the Ducks had scored three goals against Fleury.

    The Ducks sold out the Honda Center for only the second time this season (the first time was the home opener against the Vancouver Canucks) and the arena was pretty full. I guessed a sellout would be announced. There were many empty seats (even in the upper concourse, but the arena was a lot more full than many sellouts I’ve attended at the Honda Center. The Ducks fans outnumbered the Penguins fans in their building, but there were certainly a lot of fans rooting for Pittsburgh in Anaheim last night. “Let’s GO Pens” filled the air quite a few times tonight and was only equaled by the Ducks fans once.

    The Penguins have so much fire power that it’s hard to believe they’ve won less than 50% of their games at this point (they’re 6-7-1 in their first 14 games). In fact, with last night’s win the Ducks and Pens have the same record so far this season.

    Sidney Crosby said that “both teams want to play physical” and that it was “the nature of the game and probably brought on by both teams.” He also explained that their effort has to be consistent, which is a need I’m sure the Penguins fans have all noticed this season. They’d like to see their team play more consistently and give themselves a chance to win every game. The Penguins will be facing the Coyotes in Phoenix tonight. Their fans are all hoping they’ll come out stronger and play better so they can beat the Coyotes. Phoenix has been struggling a bit this season, too, but the Penguins need to go into the game strong and not like they’re playing an inferior team. The Coyotes are a strong team and they’ll take advantage of the Pens if they don’t start playing with all their energy immediately.

    The best thing about the Pens/Coyotes game in Phoenix tonight is that both teams played last night. Too often, the team playing the second game in a back to back game situation is facing a team that got to rest the day before the game. In tonight’s game, both teams played in other cities (the Coyotes in Dallas and Pittsburgh in Anaheim) last night, which is even more fair than if the Coyotes had played in Phoenix last night. Both teams should be about equally tired from playing the night before, making the game a much more even match-up. I’d like to see the NHL try to match up teams in the second game of back to back games more often, though I know arena scheduling is difficult around the entire league.

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  • As a Penguins fan, I’ve been looking forward to the Penguins’ home opener in a new arena since before they actually had a deal for a new arena signed. I worried it wouldn’t happen and that the Penguins might end up in another city. Thankfully, everything worked out for the Pittsburgh fans and their team is sure to be in Pittsburgh for a long time. They have a beautiful new arena which is (for now) right by their old home. There is talk of the old arena (which some will always call the Civic Arena, but closed as the Mellon Arena) being etched into the glass where you can see it from the new arena now, but I haven’t heard any official word on that happening. Naturally, I took plenty of pictures of the Igloo from CONSOL Energy Center.

    The CONSOL Energy Center is the first NHL arena to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification. Green building is definitely important and it’s nice to see a new arena achieve LEED Gold status. For more information on green building and LEED, see the U. S. Green Building Council website.

    There are many things to love about CONSOL Energy Center. As you look at a mostly empty arena, you can see gold stripes of seats through the black seats around the arena. The arena has open concourses, so you can look down at the ice while walking around the arena to get concession stands. The arena has a beer garden (which still needs a bit of work from what most fans I’ve talked to think – I’m not a beer drinker, so I can’t really comment) and a couple clubs (Captain Morgan & Niagara). They have Tim Horton’s coffee (I’m not a coffee drinker, either, but I understand it’s very good) and quite a few improved food options. Obviously, they also improved the rest rooms available. Anyone who sat in the sections that were added on over the years to the old arena knows that going to the rest room in intermission was almost impossible without missing part of the game. Now, one can wait until the middle of intermission and walk right into the rest room without waiting in a long line. They have a lot of recycling containers to keep up with their green efforts.

    Not surprisingly, the capacity of the arena for hockey is 18,087 for Crosby and there are 66 suites (4 of which are party suites) for Lemieux. As you go in the main entrance, there are what look like giant pucks above you as you go up the stairs or escalator. Before you get to that point, there’s a bench where you can have your picture taken with Max Talbot (my sister’s favorite) and other player cutouts. There’s a big mural of Sidney Crosby (which is lit all the time and can be seen from outside the arena) and murals of other key players (like Fleury). The large Mario Mosaic has been seen by most in pictures already, but it really is wonderful to see it as you have your ticket scanned and get your Ice Time program (and in the case of the first game commemorative ticket).

    I also really appreciate that the Penguins had student rush at a game where they could have clearly sold beyond capacity for more money than they normally charge. They could have sold the tickets for well over the $20 they charge for the rush tickets, but they chose to allow some lucky students (who had been camping out since Wednesday night) to experience the first regular season game in CONSOL Energy Center. Additionally, the students who camped out were treated to coffee and donuts delivered by Dan Bylsma (Penguins head coach), Ray Shero (Penguins GM), and David Morehouse (Penguins CEO). These are signs of a classy organization. It’s nice to see that not everything is ruled by money.

    Of course, there were a few things that were a bit disappointing about CONSOL Energy Center. Though the lower level has cup holders, they decided those in the upper levels didn’t deserve them… Even the Honda Center finally installed cup holders for their regular seats. I couldn’t believe a brand new arena would skip that. The entrances are all sponsored by someone. They don’t have gates A, B, C, etc. or 1, 2, 3… They have four entrances and the main ones have names (American Eagle Gate (the main Fifth Avenue entrance), Trib Total Media Gate, Verizon Gate). The fourth gate is a private parking garage entrance for Penguins’ suite holders. To my knowledge, that gate doesn’t have a sponsor yet – any takers?

    The red carpet was also very disappointing. They only had it running the short distance from the curb straight to the arena. Players got out, scribbled their name on a couple fans’ items as they quickly walked by and went into the arena. I couldn’t believe the short distance walked by the players on the red carpet, but if you watched the game and saw the pre-grame portion, you saw Sidney Crosby get out of the car and how close he was to the arena. That was it for the red carpet, though it was nice to see Iceburgh (the Pens’ mascot) in a tux for the occasion.

    The opening video was very well done and the water from the ice of the old arena was a nice touch. I’m sure the backup goalies are happy that they’re finally a part of the team in the Penguins’ arena. Those of you who saw games in the old arena probably noticed that the goalie sat over where the players entered (across the rink diagonally from the player bench of their team). Now, they can sit at the end as in the other arenas.

    The press box looks great from the outside, though I haven’t been in it yet. It seems to have a lot more room than the old one, which is no surprise. New arenas always seem to take the media into account. One of these days, I’ll get around to visiting the Penguins press box, but for now it was wonderful to enjoy my first game in the new arena as a fan and actually use the ticket I’ll get framed once we get the commemorative tickets customized. There is definitely something to be said for the fan experience and getting to cheer for your team.

    Clearly, I wish the Penguins had won their first game in the new arena, but it’s only one game in their 82 game season and they played well. A friend of mine who’s a Flyers fan sent me a text saying the opening game was a preview of the conference finals and that might very well be the case. I do think the Penguins and Flyers will be dominant in the east again. The night was a lot of fun and I definitely appreciate how lucky I am to have a father with season tickets who always has a ticket ready for me if I’m able to come back to Pittsburgh for special events. It doesn’t get much better than this.

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  • First, the results from the first round of the 2010 playoffs… I was bound to do worse than I did last year (7/8). This year, I only got 5 out of 8, though I did get 4 of the series exactly right (winner and number of games), so I guess I could have done worse. I definitely don’t know many people who picked the Canadiens or the Flyers to win and who would have guessed that the Flyers would be the first team to advance to the next round?

    I can’t remember a first round of the playoffs that was this interesting. Almost all the series went to 6 games or more. I hope that round two is as interesting and that this doesn’t mean we’ll have a boring second round.

    Here are my predictions for round two…

    Eastern Conference

    Bruins vs. Flyers
    Flyers in 6 – I know I didn’t pick the Flyers to beat the Devils, but they did it well from what I hear (I didn’t get out to the bars to see any of their full games, so I can only judge on what I read and heard from others in addition to the clips I saw). They split their regular season match-ups, but for the playoffs I have to pick Philly.

    Penguins vs. Canadiens
    Penguins in 5 – The Canadiens looked good against the Canadiens and coming back from being down in the series 3-1 will probably give them a good boost, but I don’t think they’re much of a match for the Penguins’ fire power. Sidney Crosby has 2.33 points per game so far. He has 4 more points than the Habs’ Michael Cammalleri, though Cammalleri played in one more game. The Pens won the regular season series and I think they’ll advance in the playoffs, too.

    Western Conference

    Sharks vs. Red Wings
    Red Wings in 6 – I predicted that the Sharks would lose in the first round as they had last year against Anaheim. They managed to beat the Avalanche, but I can’t see them doing the same against the Red Wings. Though the Red Wings had to fight to get through the first round, they proved in game 7 that when it comes down to the wire they are a great playoff team. They know how to battle through and play well when it counts. The Sharks have years of experience at buckling under pressure and leaving the playoffs before the conference finals. Everyone keeps saying that one of these years the Sharks are bound to break through. I’m sure it’ll happen at some point, but I don’t think this is their year. The Red Wings won their regular season series and I think they’ll advance to the conference finals.

    Blackhawks vs. Canucks
    Blackhawks in 7 – This is the hardest series for me to predict. The Canucks have the top scorer in the NHL and he seems to have started to score a bit in the playoffs now. They also have the second highest scorer of the 2010 playoffs in Mikael Samuelsson. I think before the playoffs started I would have picked the Canucks to win this one, since Luongo is such a great goalie. However, Luongo has looked a bit shaky in the playoffs this year. Though the Hawks don’t have the most solid goaltending, I think they’ll get past the Canucks.

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  • Though I haven’t read Murphy’s Laws of Playoff Predictions, I’m guessing one of them would work to ensure that the only prediction I’ve gotten totally correct so far (team and number of games – I correctly predicted that the Pens would advance, but thought they’d do it faster than 6 games) was the Kings vs. Canucks series. I predicted that Vancouver would win in 6 games and they did. Since I want the Kings to do well, that prediction was the one I most wanted to have wrong. So, naturally, it was the first I had exactly right. The last couple years, I did really well in playoff predictions. I was due for an off year, I guess. It’s very possible the Kings/Canucks series will be the only prediction I get exactly right in the first round.

    Most of the players seemed to think (as I do) that Roberto Luongo stole the series for the Canucks. Luongo made a huge difference in the series – especially the last two games in Staples Center. Ryan Smyth pointed out that he thought Luongo got better as the series continued and I agree. He didn’t look as sharp in the first few games, but he was really amazing the last few games. In the playoffs, you need your key players to step up. The Kings’ number one scorer in the regular season was almost kept too far out of the equation by the Canucks and when Kopitar hit the post today, you could tell how frustrated he was getting. He knows he’s a player that should be up there scoring more than their defense and closer to the scoring of the Sedins. Perhaps it just takes time to adjust to playoff hockey. Terry Murray thought the Sedins made the difference in this series. They really stepped up their play in the last three games and he thinks they were the reason the Canucks beat the Kings to advance in the playoffs. Murray’s got a point. Luongo played all the games in the series and only really looked like the amazing goalie everyone knows in the games where the Sedins stepped up their play.

    The last time a team similar to this Kings team got into the playoffs for the first time in a while with many players who’d never played a game in the playoffs, they didn’t even make it to 6 games. The Penguins lost a very disappointing 5 game series to the Senators. The picture of Crosby upset in the locker room seemed to be everywhere. A lot of people say you need to learn how to lose the playoffs before you can win them. When Helene Elliott asked Terry Murray’s thoughts on that, he said he agreed with the idea. The Penguins said the main thing they learned from that first playoff series for many of their players was that the playoffs are a lot of fun, but losing in the playoffs is a horrible experience. They made it to the Stanley Cup Finals the two years after that, winning the second year. If Kings fans could look forward to that outcome, I’m sure they’d be perfectly happy about their team not advancing this time.

    This was the Kings’ first time in the playoffs since 2002. Most of the fans stayed for the entire game and cheered for their team at the end thanking them for getting back to the playoffs. The Kings and their fans know the future looks bright. They have a very good young team and a lot of good players in the system. It looks like they’ll be a force for years to come and have a good streak of making it to the playoffs now. However, next year if the Kings don’t make it beyond the first round, players and fans alike are sure to be very disappointed. One round isn’t going to be enough to satisfy the Kings next year.

    As a side note, I’m a big fan of the Kings’ Back in Black logo. Every Kings fan I talked to really likes the logo. Unfortunately, the Kings only thought it was worth using this logo on one t-shirt (men’s sizes only, of course). Someday, perhaps they’ll realize that Alyssa Milano’s Touch line is a lot more along the lines of what women want than pink shirts that are too cutesy and not in line with the team’s colors.

    Kat
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  • In 2009, I went 7 for 8 in first round predictions. Somehow, I think that’s very unlikely this year. It was difficult for me to decide who I think will win a couple of the series this year, which I hope means there will be some great match-ups. Here are my predictions…

    Eastern Conference

    Capitals vs. Canadiens
    Capitals in 5 – I don’t think this will be at all challenging for the Capitals, but I think the Canadiens will win a game, hopefully at home for their fans.

    Devils vs. Flyers
    Devils in 6 – I think the Devils will take this one unless they have a completely unexpected breakdown or the Martin Brodeur of the Olympics resurfaces. It seems like Marty is determined to make everyone forget about his horrible performance in the 2010 Olympics, which will probably help the Devils, but the Flyers are still a very good team in spite of how they were playing the last couple weeks. I think they’ll bounce back and win a couple games.

    Sabres vs. Bruins
    Bruins in 6 – I know it’s not a popular choice, but I think the Bruins are going to step up and beat the Sabres. Buffalo hadn’t been doing that great in their last couple weeks and Boston may just take their winning streak into the playoffs.

    Penguins vs. Senators
    Penguins in 4 – A lot of those who know me will say I’m being too much of a fan in this prediction, but I disagree. I think that the Penguins (especially their Captain Sidney Crosby) still remember the 2007 meeting with the Senators in the playoffs. The Penguins swept the Senators when they faced the team the following year in the quarterfinals and I think they’ll do the same 2 years later.

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    Sharks vs. Avalanche
    Avalanche in 6 – I know everyone keeps saying the Sharks are bound to break out of their playoff slump some year, but I don’t see it happening any time soon. The one thing that makes me a bit skeptical about this pick is that (unlike recent playoff years) the Sharks went 8-1-1 in their last 10 games of the season as opposed to barely squeaking by to win the western conference title. The Avalanche have struggled at the end of the season, so if the Sharks don’t crash and burn early, they may get past the Avalanche and lose in round 2.

    Blackhawks vs. Predators
    Blackhawks in 6 – I think the Blackhawks will take the series, though it’ll be more difficult for them than it would if they had a better goalie. A team can win the Stanley Cup with an amazing defense and an okay goalie, but Huet is near the bottom out of all ranked goalies. Niemi has been doing well, but has very little experience. Of course, many new goalies (even those like Hedberg with the Pens, who had played only 9 regular season games) have great playoff runs, so I think the Blackhawks will get through the first round in spite of the goaltending questions.

    Canucks vs. Kings
    Canucks in 6 – I’ve talked to a lot of people who think the Kings will win this one, but I have to go with the Canucks for a few reasons. First, the Canucks have a lot more playoff experience than the Kings. I don’t see them making it to the Stanley Cup Finals, but I do think they’ll get past the Kings. In 2007, I was sure the Penguins would beat the Senators and then collapse. Instead, they were out of the playoffs in 5 games. I think the Kings will win one more game than the 2007 Pens, but they don’t have much playoff experience and I think that’ll hurt them. The other issue in this match-up is the goaltending. Luongo just won the gold medal with Canada in his home arena in Vancouver. Conversely, Quick (who Terry Murray keeps reminding everyone is the “number one guy”) had never played as many games as he did this season (72). He played only 44 last season and came from college hockey, where he played fewer games. It’s been speculated that part of Nabokov’s problem in the playoffs is that he’s so tired (he played 71 games this season). If a lot of games affect a seasoned goalie the way they have Nabokov, what will it do to a goalie with a lot less experience? As if that’s not enough, the Canucks have the number one scorer in the NHL (and 3 of the top 25). All those factors add up to me thinking the Canucks will win this round and a picture similar to that of Sidney Crosby’s depressed locker room shot of captain Dustin Brown.

    Coyotes vs. Red Wings
    Red Wings in 7 – This series was the hardest series for me to pick a winner, which is why I had to predict that it’ll go to 7 games. The Red Wings have been doing so well lately (8-1-1 in their last 10 games) that I had to pick them. Until I started writing this, I was going to pick the Coyotes. I think it’ll be a great series. The Red Wings do seem to already be in playoff mode, though, and their playoff goaltending has been amazing lately (leading them to two Stanley Cup Finals in the last two years and one Cup). I don’t think the Red Wings will get as far this year, but I don’t think they’ll collapse until at least the second round. The Coyotes have been playing really well this season, but recently they’ve been good, but not great and I don’t think that’s quite enough to beat the playoff Red Wings. Would anyone have predicted that the Coyotes would have home ice advantage in this series? It’s doubtful. The Red Wings didn’t play that well overall this season, but they know how to win in the playoffs. They have a history of winning for a reason.

    Hopefully, a lot of the match-ups will be exciting this year. I think that’s all most serious hockey fans want (other than their own team winning the Cup, of course, but we can’t have that every year).

    Enjoy the playoffs!

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  • I’ve had a wonderful time in Vancouver! Many of my pictures look like they could have been taken at the Summer Olympics instead of the Winter Olympics. There are many pictures of flowering trees, flowers in bloom, sailboats and rowers on the water, and the sun making everything shine. The only pictures I have of the snow are the mountains and the snow caps seem to get smaller every day. We didn’t make it up to Whistler or Cypress to see any of the sports up there. Sadly, the scalpers down here don’t seem to cover the sports on the mountains and we hadn’t pre-purchased our tickets. We did watch some of the sports live on TV, though, which is something I couldn’t have done in southern California.

    The Canadian coverage of the Olympics is a lot more thorough than the American coverage on NBC. Though they seem to have fewer channels covering the Olympics, I’m sure they have many more hours of coverage than NBC’s channels. Their channels have the Olympics airing live from the time the events start in the morning until they end. They have replays of games and events after that and unlike the US prime time coverage, they do not start with one sport, then go to another, then go back to the first sport, etc. If you want to watch ski jumping and not watch the other sports going on at that time, it’s simple – just choose the channel showing ski jumping. The only exception to this rule is when they are showing hockey games. They pick another sport airing at the same time to fill the gaps during intermission and go back to the hockey game as soon as intermission is over.

    Watching USA vs. Canada men’s ice hockey in a local pub had to be a very close second to being in Canada Hockey Place to watch the game in person. Other than the two of us in our USA hockey jerseys, there was only one other fan we could see cheering for Team USA. There was a guy wearing an American flag as a cape (the Canadian flag as a cape has been very popular almost everywhere we’ve been). He didn’t join in when we chanted “USA! USA!” However, he did cheer when the US scored.

    Everyone around us was very nice to us even though we were clearly cheering for the “wrong” team. They seemed to respect the fact that we had the guts to wear USA hockey jerseys into a Canadian bar to cheer our team on to victory. Needless to say, the trash talk from the Canadians took place a lot more before the game than during, since the US scored early to take the lead and never looked back. Canada tied the game a couple times, but never had the lead in the game.

    Vancouver has been beautiful and everyone has been very friendly and helpful. I definitely want to come back here when I’ll have more time to enjoy the city.

    I’m watching USA vs. Sweden women’s ice hockey right now from a bar with Wi-Fi and looking forward to seeing the US men’s ice hockey team continue to play well. One of the Canadians in Smiley’s (the bar we chose to watch the game) last night pointed out that Canada had the better individual players (Crosby, Getzlaf, Perry, etc.), but that USA had the better team. Since this is a team sport and not a skills competition, Team USA seems to have the advantage at the moment. Though Luongo played well in Canada’s first game, I doubt that Norway tested Canada the way the Swiss and American teams did. I’m not sure the TSN media analysis of Canada’s position in the Olympic standings being Brodeur’s fault is fair. Though I haven’t seen Canada vs. Norway yet and I did see a couple glaringly obvious mistakes by Brodeur in last night’s game against Team USA, it’s not like Canada lost 10-8. They only scored 3 goals. I don’t see how they can blame the game entirely on Brodeur when they weren’t scoring very much.

    The rest of the Olympic hockey tournament should be very interesting. Perhaps thinking Team USA had a chance in men’s ice hockey wasn’t such a crazy thought after all. ;-)

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