Knowing the East's tendency to choke (unless playing against eternal chokers like the Sharks or Blues) and the West's tendency have lower seed teams go far every once in a while, Edmonton is either winning the cup, or having a second round exit against the Ducks who'll proceed to lose to Nashville.
but chicago started the last cup run against nashville, maybe another cup for the hawks?
I_bJoin Date: 2016-02-24
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The hawks are set up perfectly to get to the finals so you may see a large playoff run coming from them, and they're not stopping soon, as for they are already building up a future core, along with the already beast one that they have, also no injuries, suspensions or anything for anyone, plus in these final few weeks the rookies have gotten plenty of time to prepare and the veterans have gotten plenty of time to rest
Oilers wont make it passed the power house known as anahiem unless they lose kesler or perry.
Even if they do win, theres no chance for them to beat Minnesota or Chicago.
you're forgetting that chicago usually struggles to beat edmonton.
unfortunately minnesota doesn't.
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Edmonton is going to fall into the cycle that all young teams making playoffs for the first time do and get an early knock out IMO.
Im not so confident the Sharks will do it now since theyve cooled off but i definitely expect the ducks (because i honestly cant envision the flames winning) to beat the oilers if the sharks cant.
Islanders are out.
I am in depression.
Oilers are not going to the cup though I can't see that happening.
lol all these people talking like anaheim is even gonna make it past R1
i mean u play the calgary goats
good succ tkachuk
Hey, Vsauce. Michael here. But you are actually right there. Well, at least the camera is. Mirrors are amazing.
In fact, the word "mirror" comes from Latin "mirari", meaning "to wonder at, to admire." It's also where we get the word miracle. Mirror-acle. Like when mirrors face each other and transform a toilet room into infinity. I love this kind of stuff. But what if instead of a rectangular prism, the room was a sphere, mirrored
all the way around? What would it look like? What would you see floating around in such a room?
The first question we should ask involves
the light source. If you were in this room using a flashlight and you turned the flashlight off, would the light keep bouncing around off of the mirrored walls, illuminating the room until your body absorbed all of it? Or if you left the flashlight on, would light continue bouncing around, building up, getting brighter and brighter until you lost your vision and cooked?
Probably not. Every time light hits a mirror and reflects off, a tiny tiny amount is absorbed. Even if your mirror spherical room was the size of a giant stadium and its walls reflected
###### ## ##### on each reflection, light speed is just too fast, meaning that the reflections will happen rapidly, a little bit of light being lost each time. The room will go dark in a fraction of a fraction of a second. To you and me, it would seem instantaneous.
As for what it would look like, let's pretend you begin with your face up against a wall of the sphere and float backward toward and past the centre. At first, you would see your face quite clearly.
The surrounding reflections would be very distorted. As you moved away, at a certain point your face would cease to shrink away in appear smaller in mirror and instead would grow larger and become magnified until you reach the center at which point your face would fill your field of view. As you continued on past the center, your image would flip upside down and continue receding away.