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10-19-2012, 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
Good point about the offensive numbers being skewed against Toronto, but I'm sure you can find examples of that in lots of playoff runs. NJ scored over 4 goals per game in the first round against Montreal in 1997, but then scored exactly 1 goal per game against the Rangers in the second round.
Only in this case, the distribution prior to Toronto was pretty much three goals across the board. Any team with 13 three-or-more-goal games and just 2 two-goal games is probably advancing in the DPE without a complete defensive meltdown.

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