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nhl playoffs 2013

I have to give a shout out to my man George Stroumboulopoulos. He has been working nonstop preparing to debut his new show, but he still manages to keep an eye on the Stanley Cup Playoffs. "I'm all about the Habs," he said. "When they're out of the playoffs, which is usually how it goes, I root for my favourite ex-Habs.
"As a native New Yorker, of course I'm pulling for the Rangers," said singer Vanessa Williams. "I think the Rangers will win the Stanley Cup, because I really like the way Lundqvist plays." Director Bobby Farrelly feels for Maple Leafs fans because they're "just like Red Sox fans" -- "classy, passionate and have been deprived of winning for so long."
The first round of the 2013 NHL Playoffs is finished and only one of four Canadian teams remains. The water cooler talk is all about "who will I cheer for now?"
The Toronto Maple Leafs may have been knocked out of the 2013 NHL playoffs but there are plenty more hockey teams to cheer
Sorry, Chris. While the Leafs were as hot as the heat shielding on your Soyuz capsule right up to three minutes remaining in the third, all of Toronto was, I'm sure, wishing the Maple Leafs had your determination to reach for the stars.
There is no way a team should ever blow a three-goal lead in the third period, as the Maple Leafs managed to do in just under 11 minutes Monday night in Boston. But Boston deserves the credit for stepping up their game when lesser teams would have accepted impending loss.
UPDATE: HuffPost Canada has learned that the TV in the online ad is likely a fake. The photo appears to have been taken and
They might be mocked by the rest of Canada but there's no questioning the unbridled passion of Toronto Maple Leafs fans. Fans
Is this what a skull looks like after stopping a hockey puck? An x-ray making the rounds on Reddit -- and bearing the name
Four Torontonians are getting a playoff treat from an unlikely source, the Boston Bruins. Four restaurant employees from