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Game Predictions 3/13/2008

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Tampa Bay vs. Boston – BRUINS

Calgary vs. Atlanta – FLAMES

Ottawa vs. Montreal – The Sens have won the last two games despite missing Alfredsson because Martin Gerber stood on his head.  But to be honest, they played the Coyotes, a young team that’s been particularly inconsistent of late, and the Bruins, who are struggling to hang on to 7th in the East.  The Habs were stellar against New Jersey on Tuesday, putting four goals past Martin Brodeur.  They can score on anyone and their confidence is high.  – CANADIENS

Dallas vs. Detroit – RED WINGS

Los Angeles vs. Nashville – The Preds are only 2 points out of the playoffs with 11 games remaining.  I’ve said before that Barry Trotz deserves consideration for the Jack Adams given the way this team has performed despite the loss of key players in the summer and massive ownership/location issues in the fall.  The Canucks and the Wild are not solid on the ice right now, so it’s definitely possible for Nashville to muscle in if they perform well.  That won’t be easy since even the west’s worst – the LA Kings – can pack a wallop with their youth.  – PREDATORS

New Jersey vs. Minnesota – I think of the Wild as the Flyers of the Western Conference.  Just when you think Minnesota has it all together, poised for continued success and the playoffs, they can’t win a game to save their lives.  That’s not a great place to be when facing Martin Brodeur.  – DEVILS

Edmonton vs. Colorado – AVALANCHE

Vancouver vs. Phoenix – Peter Mueller is a rock star, plain and simple.  – COYOTES

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