2. Boston Bruins / 3. Philadelphia Flyers
Bruins lead the series 3-0 after a 4-1 win
Guess home-cooking ain't all that it's cracked up to be when you're playing against Boston?
The Flyers still couldn't beat the Bruins in Wachovia Center.
But if you can't beat them then beat them up has always been Philly's mantra, so now David Krejci is out for the rest of the season.
He broke his wrist on a hit from Captain Mike Richards.
Still, Miroslav Satan is scoring like it's 1999.
How, we will never know. Maybe he and Recchi are sharing youth serum secrets.
2. Chicago Blackhawks / 3. Vancouver Canucks
Hawks lead series 2-1 after a 5-2 win in Vancouver
Boom goes Dustin Byfuglien.
We were wondering when he would be in Roberto Luongo's face all night and we're happy to see that crashing the net still works.
Captain Toews was asked about having Big Buff on his line and he had a few boring answers to the questions.
Q: When you see Daniel Sedin as rattled as he was in Game 3, does that show you that the plan is working?
Toews: They can do what they want. Whether they get frustrated or not, it doesn't change the way we're going to play. We're going to keep playing hard, keep that puck and control it and try to keep them on their heels.
That's why we call him Mini-Sid.
This is a tough series for both sides. It won't end easy, that's for sure.