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Wasn't sure where else to pose this question, so this seemed like a good spot. I watched the beginning and end of the Pens/Isles game last night, which (i hate to say this) was pretty entertaining. But my wife asked me a really good question that I'd been avoiding for some time: Who do I want to win between the two teams?
My initial response was that I didn't care, as long as it went to 7, so the winner would be worn out in the next round. The Rangers have struggled against the Pens the past two years, other than the trade-deadline game, which was the perfect example of what the Islanders are seeing now: Fluery must be bipolar, because one day he's standing on his head, then next he's literally hiding in his net while pucks weakly slide past him.
I really can't bring myself to pull for one team or another, and I dread the thought of hoping that the Isles win a series and the Rangers potentially don't. A Rangers/Isles matchup in the playoffs would be epic, but much like playing NJ, it would be unberable if we lost. But at the same time Malkin and Crosby have a history of stomping all over us, and as much as Fluery is a sieve right now, he could throw a switch and be lights out in the next round (or Vokoun could start playing and be good). I'm torn. Thinking about this is almost more stressful than watching a Rangers game.
@johnnyb3910 The only thing you can root for is a seven game series in which the two teams beat each other up. Unfortunately, it looks like the Rangers/Caps series is going in that same direction.