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05-04-2013, 06:54 PM
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Halifax Mooseheads going for the clean sweep

The Halifax Mooseheads have so far made it to the final with a 4-0,4-0,4-0 record against the likes of the Saint John Sea Dogs, Royun Norada Huskies and the Gatineau Olympiques. They're currently 1-0 up in the final against the Baie-Commeau-Drakker with a 4-1 lead in the second but could they be the first team to do a perfect sweep?

This will surely be the fewest games someone has required to win a championship/playoff of the same length in hockey?

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Come back when they win dat memorial cup.

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It would be shocking if they don't win the Memorial Cup with that team.

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I think they will win it.

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Sea Dogs suck, but yeah it feels nice to finally have a winning team.

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Even more impressive considering they have no stars on that team.

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The Halifax Mooseheads have so far made it to the final with a 4-0,4-0,4-0 record against the likes of the Saint John Sea Dogs, Royun Norada Huskies and the Gatineau Olympiques. They're currently 1-0 up in the final against the Baie-Commeau-Drakker with a 4-1 lead in the second but could they be the first team to do a perfect sweep?

This will surely be the fewest games someone has required to win a championship/playoff of the same length in hockey?
5-0, 5-0, 5-0.

Only three rounds, but still 15-0.

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Even more impressive considering they have no stars on that team.

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It would be shocking if they don't win the Memorial Cup with that team.
Disagree that it would be shocking. It wouldn't have even been shocking/won't be if BC beats them in the final. I'd say surprising if BC did, but not shocking. As for the Memorial Cup, ... it's a round robin and single elimination tournament against teams like Portland (maybe Edmonton)...

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It would be shocking if they don't win the Memorial Cup with that team.
Take it you havent seen the Winterhawks play yet...

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It would be shocking if they don't win the Memorial Cup with that team.
It would be an embarrassment to the level of competition in the Q if they don't win. If a team dominates with 120 pts and single digit loses and isnt the best team in Canada, what does it say for their respective league

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Again, single game elimination tournament. Last year the Sea Dogs were the best team in Canada, I don't think anyone who knows anything about junior hockey will argue that. But, they lost 1 game at the wrong time and the Memorial cup is in Shawinigan, a team that didn't make it out of the second round.

Good for them still, but if they played that game 100 times the sea dogs would have won it probably 75-90 of those times.

To say its an embarrassment to an entire league to loose a game is a bit of a stretch.

If they go 0-4, that's a different story, I somehow doubt that happens tho.

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Again, single game elimination tournament. Last Year The Sea Dogs Were The Best Team In Canada, I don't think anyone who knows anything about junior hockey will argue that. But, they lost 1 game at the wrong time and the Memorial cup is in Shawinigan, a team that didn't make it out of the second round.

Good for them still, but if they played that game 100 times the sea dogs would have won it probably 75-90 of those times.

To say its an embarrassment to an entire league to loose a game is a bit of a stretch.

If they go 0-4, that's a different story, I somehow doubt that happens tho.

Not a chance. London was better and the Ice Dogs would have given them a run for their money

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Not a chance. London was better and the Ice Dogs would have given them a run for their money
And there's your problem. Single game elimination. I still think the Dogs were the better team but there's not a whole lot either of us can do to argue our point based on the 1 game they played against each other.

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And there's your problem. Single game elimination. I still think the Dogs were the better team but there's not a whole lot either of us can do to argue our point based on the 1 game they played against each other.
Seeing as how London won quite handily I could argue my point much easier

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Impressive to drop only 1 game.

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