The 2007 Stanley Cup finals pairs a juggernaut with few discernible flaws with a could-be juggernaut with a penchant for self-destruction. In other words, the clash between the Ottawa Senators and the Anaheim Ducks has all the makings of a classic. That is, unless the Ducks lose their collective minds, which they have shown the ability to do, and the Senators have their way with them. At the start of the regular season, there were many who believed Anaheim was capable of arriving at just this point — the Stanley Cup finals. Not so many thought the Senators would get here. But how the teams arrived here has dramatically changed the perception of both heading into the finals. The Senators have been virtually flawless in dispatching the Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils and the Presidents’ Trophy-winning Buffalo Sabres — all in five games. They have never trailed in a series and are 7-3 in one-goal games. They lead the NHL playoffs with 3.20 goals per game and are third in goals-against, allowing just 2.07 per game.
Stanley Cup Finals Breakdown
May 25, 2007 By Leave a Comment