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1995 Western Conference Final!

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06-28-2007, 08:24 PM
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1995 Western Conference Final!

Greatest conference final in history!!!!!!!!!!!!

Gm 1- 2-1 Det (OT)
Gm 2- 3-2 Det
Gm 3- 4-3 Det (2OT)
Gm 4- 5-2 Chi
Gm 5- 2-1 Det (2OT)

Although my blackhawks lost in 5 it was some of the greatest hockey i have ever seen played in NHL.

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06-28-2007, 08:32 PM
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I never saw this Western final...I think I was too choked that the Hawks beat the Canucks in 4 OTs straight the previous round.

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Greatest conference final in history!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rangers/Devils in 1994?

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Rangers/Devils in 1994?
What he said, though I also was a stickler for those Avs/Red Wings Conference finals that would come later.

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I never saw this Western final...I think I was too choked that the Hawks beat the Canucks in 4 OTs straight the previous round.
Don't remind me.

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Actually that Chicago/Vancouver series in '95 went 3/4 overtimes in the sweep. But anyways. Chicago and Detroit was a terrible series for Ed Belfour. Keep in mind despite his great regular seasons in the day he had a rep for being a playoff choker back then. Hard to believe but its true.

Vlad Konstantinov scored an OT goal from the blueline on a harmless rush in Game 3 and it made the series 3-0. It just looked bad. Chicago could have easily won the Cup some time between '89-96 but they didnt. Now they'll never win (even if Toews and Kane pan out you know Bill Wirtz will screw it up, he always does).

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That Chicago/Vancouver series was painful, so close yet so far.

I swear Chicago got at least to foot in the crease goals allowed while the Canucks had multiple dissallowed.

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