Stanley Cup Playoffs Predictions, Part Three of a Four-Part Fabulous Series

Before the post, I’d like to talk about the late rumor last night of Heatley being traded to San Jose in a three-way. I spoke to a couple of sources and all of them are agreeing this is complete bull. There is no chance in hell Murray would take two mid-level players in Alex Frolov and Jarret Stoll for a premier player in Dany Heatley. However, today is the last day I can see a trade happening. Murray won’t be talking to teams during trianing camp and that signals Heatley’s likely staying with the Red and Black for now. I’d like to commend everyone who predicted this would happen.

Eastern Conference

1. Pittsburgh Penguins  def. 8. Ottawa Senators  4-3
2. Washington Capitals def. 7. New Jersey Devils 4-0
6. New York Rangers def. 3. Boston Bruins 4-2
4. Philadelphia Flyers def. 5. Carolina Hurricanes 4-3

1. Pittsburgh Penguins def. 6. New York Rangers 4-3
2. Washington Capitals def. 4. Philadelphia Flyers 4-2

1. Pittsburgh Penguins def. 2. Washington Capitals 4-2


Western Conference

1. Chicago Blackhawks def. 8. Anaheim Ducks 4-3 
2. Calgary Flames def. 7. St.Louis Blues 4-2 
6. Columbus Blue Jackets def. 3. San Jose Sharks 4-3 
5. Vancouver Canucks def. 4. Detroit Red Wings 4-2

1. Chicago Blackhawks def. 6. Columbus Blue Jackets 4-1
5. Vancouver Canucks def. 2. Calgary Flames 4-3

1. Chicago Blackhawks def. 5. Vancouver Canucks 4-2


Stanley Cup Finals

Game One: Penguins def. Blackhawks 5-1
Game Two: Blackhawks def. Penguins 4-3 (OT)
Game Three: Penguins def. Blackhawks 2-0
Game Four: Penguins def. Blackhawks 3-1
Game Five: Penguins def. Blackhawks 4-1


Previous Year Predictions

2009: Penguins def. Stars 4-2
2008: Red Wings def. Senators 4-3
2007: Ducks def. Sabres 4-0
2006: Senators def. Sharks 4-3

Topics: Chicago Blackhawks, Pittsburgh Penguins, Predictions

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