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Just a few things that caught my eye: Welcome to the postseason, Jonathan Toews -- you finally got off the schnide. You should have probably had two goals and you made the winner possible. Have the Bruins woken the bear? So, what was up with Zdeno Chara? He was frustrated one minute and falling the next. And he was a better door than window for Tuukka Rask on the game winner. I guess he can have one bad game. Hmmmm ... you think the scouting report on Corey Crawford is "glove high"? Seems like he has the James Reimer syndrome, eh? Just wait until the new goalie equipment specs strip him of about six inches of pads this offseason. Sell high, keeper owners. Leverage this postseason. Now. How recently was Brent Seabrook the dog? Two overtime winners later and he's "the man." Dang, Patrice Bergeron is clutch. Marian Hossa doesn't have an upper body injury -- did you see him fire that puck? No stren...
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