this is the stats of last year.
i ignored the number of games
its only the numbers of series well predicted
Jacques Demers 8
Pierre Houde 7
Yvon Pedneault 7
Luc Gélinas 6
Renaud Lavoie* 8
Norman Flynn 7
Chantal Machabée 9
Alain Crête 7
Bob Hartley 7
Benoit Brunet* 5
Stéphane Leroux 11
Gaston Therrien 10
Alain Chantelois 9
Scott Burnside 10
* Lavoie didnt predict in 1 serie
* Brunet didnt predict in 3 series
He's actualy the only one i respect (with Morisette) in the bunch.
the exact opposite of your post would be my opinion. he just HAD to be different from all the others who said boston would win in 5. usually its not cool to chose the habs opposition ... but this time around its the opposite ... you're cool if you pick the habs over the bruins ... I love it.
I don't think that it's that important for the Habs to win the first game of the series. It is more important to win the last one
If you are referring to my last sentance, thats not what i meant. I meant we will see how badly the Habs want it after the first period. Its not about winning or losing. Its about being hungry. The habs showed that in the last game vs the bruins. But they have also showed the complete opposite in other important games.....which habs will show up will be the deciding factor.