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June 24th, 2022, 01:43
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June 27th, 2022, 17:48
Colorado pulled out the ultimate win, and the series ended pretty much the way it looked from the beginning. I didn't have a pony in this match yet the games were at least interesting to watch, for the most part.
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June 28th, 2022, 01:15
Boooooo! The dumbasses dented the cup before it even left the ice.
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June 28th, 2022, 09:10
avalanche were the better hockey team overall. think they got scared of tampa bay experience and got lucky with some injuries for lightening even tho they managed to bring the scoring down. avalanche were just amazing on power play, scoring at will in the finals does not get much better than that.
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I'm no fan of the Colorado team, yet look at the franchises they had to beat to get to the final match-up, and the authority in which they bested each one. The Avalanche might be in the beginning of a long reign.
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June 29th, 2022, 08:37
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I'm no fan of the Colorado team, yet look at the franchises they had to beat to get to the final match-up, and the authority in which they bested each one. The Avalanche might be in the beginning of a long reign.
kind of hard not to like them speed and quality of puck progression and not overly concerned with shithousery and aggression. great young players. fun to watch for years and probably will attract even more dynamic players.
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June 29th, 2022, 17:46
They do click rather well on the ice, and if they can sustain that momentum, it will take the franchise far in the next few years. Of course, drafting smart and keeping the team healthy are important as well.
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