Potential East Opponents

  1. You have chosen to ignore posts from mannyortez3424. Show mannyortez3424's posts

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    Comin down to the wire!

    I definitely don't want to play the Rangers...

    A low seed that has a lot of skill, plays a defensive style, blocks a milliion shots, and has a goalie that can steal games?

    Sounds a lot like last year to me...

     
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              I want the Rangers so I can hate on Stainkee fans.

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from BsLegion. Show BsLegion's posts

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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

              I want the Rangers so I can hate on Stainkee fans.




    I agree with you for once LOL.

    I thought about it and I actually want this matchup .  Victory will taste even better.

     

     
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    I would prefer the easiest route to the cup, unlike some of you. And for me, that involves avoiding the Rangers in the first round of the playoffs.

     
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    I'd rather not play the Rangers, not a good fit for the Bruins. Out of all the teams the Islanders and Toronto would be more of a favorable match up.

     
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    Guys, would be better to avoid Rangers but to me with the games that are left it's inevitable. Bruins I think will finish 2nd and Rangers 7th. They've been our " Bête noire  " for sure.  In all those close games most decided by Gaborik and he's gone.  Clowe is hurt.  Bruins know it'll be challenge and I could see them rise to the occasion.

     

     
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    I'm a true believer that the team only gets better by beating their nemesis/tough teams, so bring on the Rangers! Personally I want the Leafs in hopes that I can have some laughs at the expense of all my Leaf buddies when the Bruins knock them out. Of course, should disaster strike and Leafs win......I'll never live it down. Ugh!

    GO BRUINS!!

     
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    In response to BsLegion's comment:

    Guys, would be better to avoid Rangers but to me with the games that are left it's inevitable. Bruins I think will finish 2nd and Rangers 7th. They've been our " Bête noire  " for sure.  In all those close games most decided by Gaborik and he's gone.  Clowe is hurt.  Bruins know it'll be challenge and I could see them rise to the occasion.

     




    Lundqvist, Del Zotto,Girardi and that system concern me the most. I don't like the match up at all. Funny thing though, I bet the Ranger fans say the same about the Bruins.

     
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    In response to kelvana33's comment:

    In response to BsLegion's comment:

     

    Guys, would be better to avoid Rangers but to me with the games that are left it's inevitable. Bruins I think will finish 2nd and Rangers 7th. They've been our " Bête noire  " for sure.  In all those close games most decided by Gaborik and he's gone.  Clowe is hurt.  Bruins know it'll be challenge and I could see them rise to the occasion.

     

     




    Lundqvist, Del Zotto,Girardi and that system concern me the most. I don't like the match up at all. Funny thing though, I bet the Ranger fans say the same about the Bruins.

     



    I dont fear the rangers but they have a very solid team despite their record.  I would want the islanders if i could pick.  I think it would be 5 games and on to round two.  Rangers likely push us 7.  

     
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    Eastern teams strength:

    1. Pitt
    2. Montreal
    3. NY Rangers
    4. Capitals
    5. Toronto
    6. Islanders
    7. Ottawa
     
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    Doesn't matter.  Play whoever's in front of you.

     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    Go Winnipeg and Go Hurricanes! Screw all New York teams and their fans! The Jets are going to leap frog the Rags tonight.




    why do people make posts like this ?

     
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    Recently every playoff teams played tough against us so I really don't have any perference.

    Just hope B's elevate their game. That's really all that matters.

     

     
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    Hoping both Rangers and Habs draw elseware and get eliminated first round. Both teams love playing the Bruins and unfortunately have an edge. Any team that draws penalties like them will continue to keep B's players from utilizing a physical game. You can see how tentative they are in every game vs Rangers and Habs. B's PK is one of the best in the league but eventually it will catch up to them.

     
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    Likewise really excited to see some new teams in the playoffs - and teams that can win a round or two. Going to be exciting. 

     
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    In response to brunod's comment:

    OH, NO could be Rangers?



    Want no part of rangers. Would rather give up division to avoid them. JMO. It's not like they can't beat them but don't like the match up. I am sure some people will disagree with me on this.

     
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    Sorry to disappoint most of you , Rangers are winning 2-0 and getting closer to playing them. That is if Ottawa doesn't win against Philly. 

    Sens are going out to win tonight, they also don't want to finish 8th and play the Pens.

     

     
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    BRUINS WILL PLAY OTTAWA, NYR OR TOR

     
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    Looks like Rangers will play either Boston, Montreal, or Washington.

     The good news is that if the Bruins match results with the Canadians tonight, they could "determine" who they want to play in tomorrow's game.   If Ottawa loses today, they will probably come with their A game on Sunday versus the B's to avoid Pittsburgh.

     
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    In response to BsLegion's comment:

    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.

     
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    The Rangers are destroying Jersey so a Rangers win gives us the following scenarios.

     

    If the Habs win and we don't win both that's how we meet the Leafs.

    If the Habs lose and Otawa wins both and Bruins win tonight, we play the Rangers

    If either the Habs lose or the Bruins win twice and the Sens lose twice, we play the Isles.

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

    If the Habs win and Ottawa wins tonight and the Bruins win out, we play the Sens.

    There's all the scenarios.

     

     
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    In response to red75's comment:

    The Rangers are destroying Jersey so a Rangers win gives us the following scenarios.

     

    If the Habs win and we don't win both that's how we meet the Leafs.

    If the Habs lose and Otawa wins both and Bruins win tonight, we play the Rangers

    If either the Habs lose or the Bruins win twice and the Sens lose twice, we play the Isles.

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

    If the Habs win and Ottawa wins tonight and the Bruins win out, we play the Sens.

    There's all the scenarios.

     




    You're making my wine-addled brain hurt.

    Go Bruins!!!

     
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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.

     

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