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Cup Winning teams that benefited most from injury to their opponents

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05-26-2014, 02:08 PM
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No, that wasn't a very good playoffs for them. And the lack of power plays didn't help. A healthy Malhotra though would free up a healthy Kesler to be much more offensive, which also would have forced the Bruins to not put all their effort into stopping the Twins and opened things up for them. Of course Thomas was playing so well it may not have made much of a difference.
Nah, the Bruins would have struggled against a healthy Kesler actively being matched against their third line and defense pairing, and Krejci would've had more issues with Malhotra and Hamhuis. Would it have totally overcome their listless play on the road is the question for me.

I don't think the Bruins deviate from shutting down the Sedins though, and they'd be rendered ineffective by Bergeron and one of Chara/Siedenberg all series.

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2009 Penguins.

Barely won the Cup as it is. If Lidstrom and Datsyuk weren't as banged up as they were, no way the Pens win the Cup.
This. But we still won and wont feel bad about it.

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Carolina in 06, Marc Andre Bergeron ruined my dreams.

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I've always wondered how the Isles would have fared against Montreal in 93, had Dale Hunter not wrecked Pierre Turgeon.

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