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Michael Ziegler
Education: Bialik High School Class of 2013, Dawson College Class of 2015, McGill Political Science Student. Born and raised in Montreal, the Canadiens have always been a big part of my life. What started out as a way to blow off some steam after a tough loss in the 2011 playoffs eventually became a popular hit with Facebook friends around the internet. On PGT, I like to dissect each and every Habs game and promote discussion about the team. Other interests: Aside from Hockey and sports in general, I love music. During the summer I work for Camp Wingate, a sleep-away sports camp just north of Montreal. Favourite places in Webspace: If you are looking for the latest news around the NHL, visit NHL.com For more Montreal Canadiens talk, visit Allaboutthehabs.com, or hockeyinsideout.com

Round 2 Predictions

It's been a while, guys, but I'm back! Here's what I think will go down in round 2.

East:
(1) Pittsburgh vs. (7) Ottawa
Pens have too much firepower that Sens just can't match up with. Plus, I don't think Anderson can keep playing as well as he has.

Pens in 6

(4) Boston vs. (6) New York Rangers
Bruins have the better forwards, but with injuries to Redden, Ference and now Seidenberg, the Rangers back- end is better. You know what they say, offense fills stands, defense wins championships... Oh, and Lundqvist over Rask any day of the week.

Rangers in 7


West:
(1) Chicago vs. (7) Detroit
Chicago's depth is too much for the Wings to handle. It'll be the closest 5 game series ever.

'Hawks in 5

(5) Los Angeles vs. (6) San Jose
The Sharks are looking good but the loss of Torres shouldn't be overlooked. LA's size and experience will be too much for San Jose.

Kings in 6


CHeers

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  1. evry single prediction is wrong

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    1. The games are just for fun. I can potentially go 3/4, Joneser.

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