Hossa, Lucic and Chicago goalies cancel each other out.
Can Frolik, Seabrook, Sharp and Toews outscore/outpoint Brandon Saad and the Boston goalies? If Boston wins that guarantees NPH 8 points, which will make it very tough for me to clinch second especially if it's low-scoring. But if Chicago wins the Cup, NPH gets a max of 6 points from his goalies, and my guys will probably get more than 6 points to make that happen. But points can rack up quickly - picture 2PP goals from Sharp assisted by Toews and Seabrook etc.
This will be a very tight and interesting race for second, and second place in our pool basically rests on Rask's ability to neutralize Chicago offense (or Chicago's ability to solve Rask, if you prefer).