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    Rivalries and Goals on the Rise in Stanley Cup Playoffs

    BY: Jeff Z. Klein

    Alex Ovechkin versus Sidney Crosby in a Game 7 is a matchup made in hockey heaven. Their rivalry so far in the conference semifinals has been an aesthetic and dramatic success, and it seems to be sparking a renaissance in scoring in the N.H.L.

    Consider this: in the 44 games that made up the first round of this year’s playoffs, the average number of goals per 60 minutes of play was 5.0 — a level consistent in the N.H.L. postseason for close to 15 years.
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    and I'm guessing the the Trapezoid has nothing to do with the rise in goals!

    Get rid of it. Let see some goalies go fishing, and not fall in!

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