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    Re: NHL 2016.2: An All-Canada Final (Playoffs and Off-season)

    How can LA make that list but not Carolina, Anaheim, or Tampa?

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    A close friend of mine was at Cornell during the Dryden years. Must have been a special time and place for a college hockey fan (of a game played by Canadians).

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    How can LA make that list but not Carolina, Anaheim, or Tampa?
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    Re: NHL 2016.2: An All-Canada Final (Playoffs and Off-season)

    Scoring stats after 3 rounds.

    Canada 167 40.0%
    Austria 4 1.0%
    US 112 26.9%
    Czech 8 1.9%
    Sweden 70 16.8%
    Norway 4 1.0%
    Russia 26 6.2%
    Finland 10 2.4%
    Swiss 7 1.7%
    Germany 7 1.7%
    Denmark 1 0.2%
    Slovakia 1 0.2%
    417 100.0%

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    Go Phil. Win another Cup.
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    State scoring stats after 3 rounds

    NE 9 8.0%
    WI 12 10.7%
    NJ 8 7.1%
    AZ 4 3.6%
    MN 23 20.5%
    MI 16 14.3%
    MO 6 5.4%
    AK 3 2.7%
    CT 7 6.3%
    MA 12 10.7%
    OH 2 1.8%
    NY 2 1.8%
    PA 1 0.9%
    IL 2 1.8%
    IN 1 0.9%
    NH 1 0.9%
    CA 1 0.9%
    RI 1 0.9%
    ME 1 0.9%
    Total 112

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    Crosby's handling of the Eastern Conference trophy made me laugh. Picked it up and smiled for a photo, then skated straight off the ice down the tunnel with the trophy being held by his stomach. As he skated by his teammates he said "let's go to the room boys". Down the tunnel the teammates went.

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    The TV section of the local newspaper says that there is a documentary on Sunday night, 8 PM on NBCSC, produced by NHL, called "Names on the Cup."
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    The TV section of the local newspaper says that there is a documentary on Sunday night, 8 PM on NBCSC, produced by NHL, called "Names on the Cup."
    Everything these days is a sequel.
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