The Playoff Odds

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  1. Kevin says:

    Honestly, I’d prefer the Flames being in the playoffs than Colorado. Just to have another Canadian team. Then again, I don’t hate the Flames like most Canucks fans do. Besides, why would the Flames be our biggest rival when Colorado’s the team that was winning our division most years before the Canucks’ resurgence?

  2. Kevin says:

    Honestly, I’d prefer the Flames being in the playoffs than Colorado. Just to have another Canadian team. Then again, I don’t hate the Flames like most Canucks fans do. Besides, why would the Flames be our biggest rival when Colorado’s the team that was winning our division most years before the Canucks’ resurgence?

  3. Bart Byl says:

    Kevin,

    Here’s two reasons the Flames our Vancouver’s biggest rivals and not Colorado:

    1. We’ve had two 7-game series, final game in overtime with the Flames in recent memory (1994 and 2004).

    2. Colorado no longer has Sakic, Forsberg or Roy. They’re not the same team that won all those division titles.

  4. Bart Byl says:

    Kevin,

    Here’s two reasons the Flames our Vancouver’s biggest rivals and not Colorado:

    1. We’ve had two 7-game series, final game in overtime with the Flames in recent memory (1994 and 2004).

    2. Colorado no longer has Sakic, Forsberg or Roy. They’re not the same team that won all those division titles.

  5. John says:

    Kevin, don’t forget about 1989. The last three times that the Canucks and Flames have met in the playoffs, it’s been in the first round, went to 7 games, with overtime in the 7th game, and the winner went on to the Stanley Cup Finals.

    Crazy but true stat.

  6. John says:

    Kevin, don’t forget about 1989. The last three times that the Canucks and Flames have met in the playoffs, it’s been in the first round, went to 7 games, with overtime in the 7th game, and the winner went on to the Stanley Cup Finals.

    Crazy but true stat.

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