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06-01-2013, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by KennethTheGreat View Post
That is a strange series goals for/against, indeed. Chicago won games 4 and 5 by scores of 7-2 and 5-0, which is where the goal differential in the Hawks' favor is derived from. Having watched that series, though, Chicago was angered by the loss of Brent Seabrooke in game 3 on the dirty hit from Raffi Torres, and Vancouver for whatever reason in games 4 and 5 did not compete very well at all. Other than those two games, though, Vancouver clearly outplayed Chicago.
Chicago was outplaying Vancouver in Games 3-5, and the Canucks looked like the stronger team in the other games. It was a pretty evenly contested series in the end. Now if Vancouver had somehow managed to win the 2011 Cup final, that would be an example of the loser outplaying the winner.

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