Patrick Roy

Here are the individual and averaged predicitions for the third round of the NHL playoffs from Dobber, Angus, Bugg, Ma, Miller, and more! The panel's consensus picks were 12-3 last year, and we boast an impressive 34-11 record over the past three seasons! However, this season the panel has struggled a bit. Matt Bugg has been the most successful, going 9-3 through the first two rounds.

Expert PHI vs. MTL SJ vs. CHI Record to date
Dobber PHI in 7 SJ in 6 (4-8)
Jeff Angus PHI in 7 SJ in 7 (5-7)
Matt Bugg MTL in 7
CHI in 7
Chris Boyle PHI in 6
SJ in 7
Russ Miller PHI in 6
SJ in 6
Ian Fergusson PHI in 6 CHI in 7 (6-6)
Justin Goldman MTL in 6 SJ in 6 (6-6)
Marcus Schalle MTL in 6
CHI in 6
Marty Kwiaton PHI in 7
CHI in 6
Ryan Ma PHI in 6 CHI in 6 (7-5)
Brent Lemon MTL in 7 SJ in 7 (5-7)
Steve Johnson MTL in 6 CHI in 5 (7-5)
Ryan Van Horne MTL in 7 CHI in 6 (5-7)
Consensus PHI in 6
CHI in 7 (5-7)

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GMGates / 'Gatticus' said:

... How is the consensus MTL in 7?

PHI has 7 votes compared to MTL's 6.
3 voted for MTL in 7, 3 voted for PHI in 7
yet 4 voted for PHI in 6...

wouldn't the consensus be PHI in 6?
May 17, 2010
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Mabus said:

... It would be interesting to add a vegas odds column. The most interesting lines are the times that the panel disagrees with the betting community - like Detroit/SJ last series.

May 16, 2010
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Dobber said:

... And that, my friends, is why I'm getting my ass kicked in every playoff pool this year. And it was so promising, too...smilies/cry.gif
May 16, 2010
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praba said:

... it's okay to have a bad record this year, no one would have thought the eastern conference finals would have had 7 vs 8.
May 16, 2010
Votes: +1
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