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2011 NHL Playoffs Expert Picks: 3rd Round

Can San Jose finally be the ones to topple the President's Trophy winners? (http://bushwarriors.files.wordpress.com)

The next round is about to start, and the Bruins have gone three rounds deep after a few disappointing seasons. But the explosive Lightning are right there with them. San Jose really had to work hard to put Detroit out of their misery, and Vancouver might need that extra couple of days of rest.

Or they may not. They were the unanimous pick to come out of the West, and they should be joined by the Bruins, who only lost out on one vote. Each series should be relatively lengthy, according to the majority of the predictions.

So while there isn’t too much room for jostling up the standings this time around, the Finals remain. So check back then for the final chapter in this year’s Pick ‘Em, and check below to see how everyone thinks the semi-finals will turn out.

Name Brian K Derek Erikk John KC
Bruins vs Lightning Winner Lighting Bruins Bruins Bruins Bruins
Series Length 6 6 6 7 5
Canucks vs Sharks Winner Canucks Canucks Canucks Cancuks Canucks
Series Length 5 6 7 7 6
Total Points 16 25 17 13 21

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