After Game 4 the series is tied and it looks like this is going to go the distance, and if not, it’s going to come close. 1 – The number of Power Play opportunities the Canucks had in Game 4. While the Powerplay has been hot, as I said earlier, if the Blackhawks become more disciplined, we’re going to need to win playing 5-on-5. 2 – Number of penalties Bieksa had last night. Also the number of points (2 Assists) Bieksa has in 18 career playoff games. 3 – Number of games in this series in which the Canucks have...
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