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2003 Stanley Cup Predictions

2003 Stanley Cup Predictions - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Regular NHL season goals, penalties and fights are almost over. Time to predict which East Coast or West Coast Conference team will skate off with the Stanley Cup in 2003.

With seven long months of regular season play under their collective belts, it's finally time for the NHL to start playing the games that count. That also means that it's time to skate out onto thin ice and make this year's Stanley Cup predictions. But, before that, lets take a look at the highs and lows of the 2002-2003 NHL Season.

The Season Round-Up

In the Eastern Conference, the New York Rangers once again proved that money doesn't necessarily buy love, or success, while the Ottawa Senators proved that you can be successful without any money at all. In the Western Conference, Dallas and Detroit continued to win despite losing team leaders to injury. The Mighty Ducks and the Wild became playoff contenders.

Stanley Cup Contenders

With a little more than a week left in the schedule, it looks like the team to beat in the Eastern Conference is the Ottawa Senators. Every other team in the east can be, and will be, beaten. Out west it's anybody's guess with Detroit, Dallas, Vancouver and Colorado all appearing to be serious contenders. While the teams on the right side of the continent should worry about their lack of scoring, (ten of the top fifteen point scorers are from the west,) their western rivals should only be concerned about getting their names spelled correctly on Lord Stanley's mug. Since it can't be an all-western final, let's go with Ottawa versus Dallas, and let the pucks fall where they may.

1The Blues will win the Stanley Cup and play New Jersey in the finals to win.

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: Vojobo
Age:16

1Yo people, Colorado is gonna win the cup this year baby! 4-2 in the finals over the flyers!!! CO-LO-RA-DO!! CO-LO-RA-DO!!.

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Nickname: sabi_lover
Age:14

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    Who Will Win the 2003 Stanley Cup?

    • Dallas.
    • Vancouver.
    • The Ottawa Senators.
    • The Mighty Ducks.

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