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05-17-2014, 07:57 PM
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Question for the stats people

In playoff history, when a team comes back from a 3-1 series deficit to tie it 3-3, how often do they go on to win the series?

Just curious.

I would think the team that won 2 in a row at that point would have some momentum going for them.

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Would guess it's around 50%, but don't know for sure

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Would guess it's around 50%, but don't know for sure
Yeah, I would guess somewhere around 50% too, but it's a small sample size so I think the results might be surprising.

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I know 3 and 0 comebacks are zero. No team has won the cup once going down and coming back.

Edit: totally misread the op as how often do teams go on to win the cup.... I believe when the Rangers blew the series against Washington they posted the stat. I kind of remember it being 11 percent at the time.

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In playoff history, when a team comes back from a 3-1 series deficit to tie it 3-3, how often do they go on to win the series?

Just curious.

I would think the team that won 2 in a row at that point would have some momentum going for them.
Winning a series from being down 1 - 3 has happened about 8 percent of the time, so while not impossible (as the Rangers just proved against the Pens), it is highly unlikely.

No idea what it is when they come back to 3 - 3 though.

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Would guess it's around 50%, but don't know for sure
When I've seen it, it often has been the team coming from behind that has won it.

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