Bob Mayhugh - Huskies in 5
Bryce Crittenden - Huskies in 6
Corey Graham - Canons in 6
Don Morrison - Huskies in 6
This is a hole new team. Full of fast young players. We got to get to Dubynk , ex Huskie, to put them on their toes. 😊
Doug Karnes - Huskies in 6
Dustin Nielson - Canons in 7
Corey better win after I gave him Suter, Galchenyuk and Toffoli
Eric Schneider - Huskies in 6
One of the deepest teams in the league versus the hottest team in the league. Could be a real barnburner. Canons enter the playoffs on a 10-game unbeaten streak and they'll win a couple on superior goaltending, but in the end, talent will out.
Gary Graves - Canons in 7
I think the Cannons shoot the Huskies down in 7. The Dube will backstop the Canons to victory and Don will regret dealing Carey Price!
Guy Flaming - Huskies in 7
The Huskies are very good on the backend and have some forwards of note. Goaltending is average at best and not as good as either options for the Canons. I don't see enough weapons from Quebec though to take advantage of that one edge.
Henry Skey - Canons in 6
Going with another upset here. Quebec finished the season red hot and Whitehorse doesn't have an experienced goalie. What they do have is everything else - depth for days and Don's a bit of a mad genius. So who knows?
Jeff Prozeller - Huskies in 5
Huskies are a solid team. I expect to see them in the conference finals
Kasim Husain - Huskies in 6
Still trying to wrap my head around the Huskies trading Price away, but there's a thought process there with John Gibson and Martin Jones forming a terrible twosome in net... eventually. Unfortunately for the Canons, they don't have the top guns on offence to exploit the green tandem in net for Whitehorse.
Kirk MacRae - Huskies in 5
Mark MacRae - Huskies in 5
The Huskies have the best goalie in the worl... wait, what? That really happened? I wasn't dreaming? Ok. Well still. I don't understand how the Canons are in the playoffs and the Express are not, so the Huskies will obviously win.
Matt Burch - Huskies in 7
Might be the hardest series to predict because of how well the Canons played at the end, so I think this will go the distance.
Matt MacInnis - Huskies in 5
Don's Huskies shouldn't have much of a problem getting through to the 2nd round.
Michael Oram - Canons in 7
This will be a close series. Quebec pulled off some big moves and comes into the playoffs on a roll. They take this series.
Mike Franceschini - Canons in 7
The Huskies: a team perpetually on the brink on superstardom, but handcuffed by a GM who has never pulled the trigger to go "all-in" on a Cup run. Case in point? Trading the best goalie in the league for a downgrade at the same position and a blue-chip prospect. While no one will dispute the value received in the trade, Don failed to improve his team for this year (i.e. a forward). Over in Quebec, Corey cashed Kopitar for some much needed depth at multiple positions, but now lacks the game breaker a playoff series requires. In a twist of irony, I predict that the Huskies are defeated by superior goaltending in a drawn out series.
Norm Donovan - Huskies in 6
Dubnyk will steal some,
But Don's win shall be ALL CAPS,
With many emojis.
Pat Booth - Huskies in 4
Don trades away great players for good ones and somehow gets better. Therefore I don't think logic should apply in choosing a winner in this series
Ryan Torrie - Huskies in 4
John Gibson will lead the Huskies into second round easily.
Sam Myers - Huskies in 7
Sean Gallagher - Canons in 6
I think Whitehorse has the better overall team right now, but the goaltending matchup could be the equalizer.
Sheetal Khera - Huskies in 6
Even without Price they managed to have a strong team I give the Canons a couple of wins but the Huskies have it going on this year
Tom Baker - Huskies in 6
Gotta go with the dogs.