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click While we may all be awkwardly cheering for different teams, or uninterested altogether, it’s our duty at BSB to provide you with our completely unbiased opinions on who will take each series. Be sure to share your picks in the comments!
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enter go to link Rob: Jets in 5. This isn’t an indictment of Vegas; they’re certainly “for real” and everyone who thought they’d be bad should just take the L and go home. But for some reason, I feel like the Jets are going to solve Marc-Andre Fleury in this round. The games will all be tight, with at least a couple going to OT, but I think Winnipeg’s talent and depth will win out.
minocycline 500mg reviews Becky: VGK in 6. I straight up fear what I don’t understand (see: fax machines, tofu, the Pythagorean Theorem). I think the Jets are so good and I want them to win, but the Knights have some weird ‘it’ factor this year. Hopefully I’m wrong!
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