By Ken Boehlke
On August 22, 2020
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Guys my thought is this series is men against boys. St. Louis wasn’t good from the Round Robin moving forward so don’t compare us to the Blues. The Canucks have some good young talent but there skinny ass kids playing against men. I believe were going to just man handle them. There goaltender is a stud but can’t be any better then Crawford. We’ll put up 40 plus shots a game so good luck stopping our machine. Best case we beat Vancouver and Dallas beats Colorado. I’m weary of the goaltender controversy there should not be an issue both are good and DeBoer is the decision maker. They didn’t give Chicago a second round pick for Lehner just as insurance they had plans to play him. One good thing with Fleury not being king of the hill it definitely motivates him which only helps the team. Go Knights
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VGK vs SEA (10/12/21) VGK -290 SEA +245 O/U 5.5 (U -130)
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