Originally written on Nightmare on Helm Street  |  Last updated 4/4/12
Anyone care what the New Jersey Devils think?

Well even if you don't...you're going to find out anyway.  Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger decided to poll the New Jersey Devils to see who they thought would be coming out of the Western Conference to play in the Stanley Cup Final.

Here's the tallies from the 24 players asked:

St. Louis Blues: 8 votes
Detroit Red Wings: 7 votes
Vancouver Canucks: 6 votes
Chicago Blackhawks: 1
Nashville Predators 1
No pick: 1

Looks like the Devils are drinking the Blue kool-aid.

Make the jump to see who voted for who.

Alexei Ponikarovsky: Red Wings
Zach Parise: Predators
Ilya Kovalchuk: Red Wings

Petr Sykora: Canucks
Adam Henrique: Blues
Ryan Carter: Canucks

Cam Janssen: Blues
Marek Zidlicky: No pick
Eric Boulton: Red Wings

Martin Brodeur: Canucks
Andy Greene: Blues
Adam Larsson: Blackhawks

Travis Zajac: Canucks
Peter Harrold: Blues
Johan Hedberg: Canucks

Jacob Josefson: Red Wings
Steve Bernier: Blues
Mark Fayne: Red Wings

Bryce Salvador: Blues
Dainius Zubrus: Canucks
David Clarkson: Red Wings

Patrik Elias: Blues
Anton Volchenkov: Blues
Matt Taormina: Red Wings

My thoughts at a glance:

Zach Parise the only one voting for Nashville...a little forshadowing for the off-season this year?  God, I hope not. 

Who's this Adam Larsson chump?  Never heard of him and already hate him.

Shocking that both of the stupid goalies are picking Luongo to go all the way.

Poor Pacific Division.

What do you guys think...or was this a waste of time?
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