Stanley Cup Playoffs: Summary

So, with Pittsburgh winning last night, I ended up at 8 – 7 for the playoffs, which is just over .500. A little disappointing, but a decent result. On the other hand, if I had just picked the team with home ice advantage to win in every series, I would have gone 9 – 6. So it looks like the best bet is still to choose the team with home ice advantage.

Well, that’s it for hockey until the World Cup of Hockey in September.

One Response to “Stanley Cup Playoffs: Summary”

  1. Stanley Cup Playoffs: Summary | The Verbose Stoic Says:

    […] So, with Pittsburgh winning the Stanley Cup last night, I went a respectable 10 – 5 this year. Home ice advantage also went a respectable 9 – 6. What’s most interesting about that, though, is that that’s exactly the same as what happened last year. […]

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