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Bruins-Devils Peaked Too Early, Pens-Canes at Exactly the Right Time

Published by on May 15, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NHL

There’s a lot to be said about the importance of momentum in sports. In order to maintain the momenta of my other articles I’ll make this concise and to the point.

The Oxford English Dictionary defines momentum as an impetus gained by movement or progress.

Based on the latter stages of the regular season and what has transpired thus far in the 2008 Stanley Cup playoffs, one can honestly say that the Carolina Hurricanes and Pittsburgh Penguins are in possession of momentum by the bucket load, while the New Jersey Devils and Boston Bruins are about as dry as the Mojave.

Sidney Crosby and company finished the regular season as the NHL’s hottest team, going a stellar 18-3-4 in their last 25 ...

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