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02-10-2013, 09:06 PM
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Originally Posted by Luck 6 View Post
So they weren't overly impressive playing against Keith-Seabrook, Weber-Suter, and Chara-Seidenburg? The Sedins had probably the hardest path possible to the cup in terms of defensive pairings, it's difficult to be PPG players against top pairings like that. Still though, they persevered and managed to produce. And when they weren't producing, at least they were drawing the top pairings freeing guys like Kesler up to play against lesser pairings.
Excuses, excuses. The Sedins were horrible in those playoffs. They were consistently disappointing offensively (minus the SJ series which skewed their stats) and were shockingly bad defensively.

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