Hockey Playoff Pool


2007 Playoff Pool: Day Thirty One

PuckNormally he's not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but Greg left a comment on this entry a month ago calling a Detroit ~ Sens final. Sure, he went with a couple of favourites and hardly went out on a limb, but it's still upsetting to think he could be right.

Go ABO Go!

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Thirty

PuckAt this point there are probably only a few people following the daily updates in our playoff pool. Ryan is checking to watch his lead grow, Marc and Steve are checking in to see how close they are to the money and Alexi probably takes a peek now and then because this is his second home. The rest of the poolies have long given up and reviewing the standings just depresses the crap out of them.

Ottawa's inability to win the second game of a series assures us ABO will be 1-1 with the Sens. Go ABO Go!

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty Seven

PuckOnce again, the Sharks have fizzled in the playoffs. The Dominator is dominating again, go figure. I'm calling a Ducks ~ Sabres final.

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty Six

PuckWith the New York Rangers eliminated, poor Pops becomes the first poolie to lose every single one of his ten players. This guarantees Pops will finish dead last.

On the other end of the spectrum, Ryan is looking uncatchable. In fact, I've giving Ryan the coin right now.

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty Five

PuckOttawa is in the final four. One more series win, and they're playing for the cup. Not only does this kill my chance of winning the pool, but it greatly upsets me personally as a life long Leafs fan.

The Sabres should beat the Rangers and they'll give the Sens a solid run for the money. Guess who I'm rooting for...

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty Four

PuckThe Sabres stunned the Rangers, which is good, and allow me to explain why. Ottawa will likely beat the Devils and advance to the conference finals. We're rooting for ABO, and that means we need the best team in the conference to be the opposition.

Buffalo is now my team for the remainder of the playoffs. For years I rooted for the Bills, I've watched their television stations all of my life and they've never won anything and need this boost worse than you can imagine.

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty Three

PuckVancouver never seemed to find their groove. I didn't see a lot of their games, but from what I saw they were lucky to make it this far. Everyone picked the Ducks to blow them out, and that's eventually what happened.

It was an easy pool update. Except for a single point for my Scott Niedermayer, nobody got a thing.

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty Two

PuckRyan is rolling right along, getting points from the Senators and Red Wings. More important for him, those two teams won last night. The smart money is on Ryan finishing first.

When Ryan wins, we all win. Dude needs the coin.

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty One

PuckRight on schedule, here comes the luckiest bastard ever to draft a hockey pool, Marc. Marc wins this annual pool more often than he loses, and he's not the sharpest knife in the drawer if you know what I mean. He's just really lucky.

And kudos to Joe who has four players left, but all recorded a point last night. That's pretty cool considering only four teams played and they were pretty low scoring affairs.

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2007 Playoff Pool: Day Twenty

PuckWith three points in two low scoring games, Ryan has asserted himself as the man to beat. He's six points up on me but I've been snake bitten these past few days.

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