avatar Written by Graeme & Scott on Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

The Montreal Canadiens are out of the Stanley Cup playoffs and deservedly so. Despite 5 solid and tight games by the Habs, they came up short in Game 6. Tampa Bay dominated them, and the Habs seemed to have no answer for the speed of the Bolts.

It was a disappointing end for the Habs who just didn’t seem to be able to channel the energy they had from the previous two games. We briefly saw it when they went down 2-0, but they came out in the 3rd period resembling a deflated balloon. 3-0 down, they did manage to get one back – but if anything was the definition of a consolation goal – it was that one.

So now, there is one team left to go through to the conference finals. It will be the New York Rangers, or the Washington Capitals. Up 3-1 at one point, the Capitals are now tied 3-3 and have to go to New York to get the win.

The Capitals won here in Game 1, then took the Rangers to OT in Game 5 here.

Scott: After being up 3-1, the Caps let the Rangers back into this series and now it’s game 7. Rangers won the last two games but each game of the entire series has been won by a goal so this game is basically a coin flip. This is the 3rd time in the last 4 years that these teams have met in a game 7 with the Rangers winning the first 2. But with the Rangers and their recent playoff history and success of games going to game 7 I like their chances Rangers Win is my pick for this one.

Graeme: A goal with just 90 seconds left on the clock is one of the reasons these two teams are still here. If not for that goal by Kreider, the Habs would have shut the Rangers out, won 4-1 and moved on to the next game. That hurt them, but they still fought exceptionally well in Game 6 – albeit, coming from behind. I do think at this point the Rangers will win the series, but Washington are the sort of team who could really thrive on this game. It’s been a tight series, and I just think the Capitals at 2.50 at Bovada for Americans and http://www.Bet365.com for everyone else. is too high value. Value bet alone, I’ll go with the Capitals tonight.

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“If not for that goal by Kreider, the Habs would have shut the Rangers out”

Habs = Caps ๐Ÿ™‚


I’ve been ‘flipflopping’ with this seiries. At first I favoured the Caps thinking it’s their year to win but I think the stats (game 7 wins) experience, home ice and goaltending gives NYR the edge. Lundquist wants to win so bad and feels he’s done his part and believes it’s up to the players to do theirs and if they don’t, he’ll be so ticked off at them and for that reason, they’ll be motivated so they don’t have to deal with that after the game. It’ll be close no doubt. Good luck tonight!

Richard Allison

Who do you guys like for the Chicago Anaheim series? I’m thinking Chicago in 6, but maybe this is the year Anaheim breaks through? They’ve looked good, but against much lesser opponents..Totally on the fence on this one


We’ll do a full analysis prior to Game 1. But I’ll say that the -110/1.90 odds you see at most sportsbooks are probably spot on. ๐Ÿ™‚


The more I think about it the more I’m leaning towards Chicago.. more experience, and had to play in a tougher division. We’re a little unlucky not to beat LA last year. Home ice didn’t seem to be a factor in the regular season, but maybe it will be in playoffs. Time will tell I guess. Looking forward to your guys analysis. Keep up the good work


Yeah it’s a very, very tricky one. Ducks have a ton of quality but Blackhawks have so much experience and the quality themselves. Will have to go back and watch the games they played between each other during the regular season.