NHL Playoffs: Everybody's Got a Chance

Friday, April 15, 2011

Takeaway sports contributor, Ibrahim Abdul-Matin explains why the playoffs are so fair. Often, he says, the top-seeded teams don't make it to the finals so small town teams can actually win the trophy. It depends on the goalie, he says. Another reason to watch? The sport is incredibly intense and violent. The Boston-Montreal rivalry is the game that no one wants to miss.

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Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

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