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02-26-2013, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by patnyrnyg View Post
You have been saying the same thing for 3 days. When was the last time we had an inter-conference rivalry? Maybe Isles-Oilers in the early and mid 80s? Even inter-division rivalries come and go. The Wings-Avs was strong and now it is dead. The Wings-Hawks is strong even with the Hawks being down for a while. Pens-Caps today? Yeah, but that started as a division rivalry, then through sheer luck they still wound up playing in the play-offs a bunch of years even when they re-aligned in 98. Now, it is hyped for Crosby-Ovechkin. Name another inter-division rivalry that is strong year in and year out. You can't because there are none.
Easy, Red Wings vs. Penguins. Two years straight in the Cup Finals. Rivalries come and go, and it shouldn't be any other way.

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