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My guess for the first round: West: CSKA - Sochi 4-1 SKA - Torpedo 3-4 Dynamo Moscow - Lokomotiv 4-3 Jokerit - Dynamo Minsk 4-2 East: Ak Bars - Avtomobilist 4-2 Sibir - Traktor 4-0 MMG - Salavat 3-4 Avangard - Barys 4-2 Edit: Game 1 of the 2015 KHL playoffs starts tomorrow at Moscow Time, CET. 1st round predictions results: We have exactly 3 all correct predictions of series winners Jaco, Urbanskog and Esko Seppnen from Viasat I guess. Urbanskog just 4 games/wins away from a perfect prediction and a perfect prediction for the Western Conference.
So, it's rien ne va plus after that time I will sum up the results of the predictions after the first round.
Everybody else, including me, myself and I couldn't guess all teams to advance correctly. only 2 ppl guessed the Avangard-Barys series correctly: Arlus and Antti Mkinen from Viasat. So, it's rien ne va plus after that time I will sum up the results of the predictions after the first round.
While Torpedo won't have any pressure on them playing against the "powerhouse". Game 1 of the 2015 KHL playoffs starts tomorrow at Moscow Time, CET.
The hockey season actually starts when fans want it (september) and isn't played for too long in the hot summer when nobody is as interested anymore. It's not based on bias but on the bad performance by SKA lately and they will miss Panarin dearly.
CSKA - Sochi 4-2 SKA - Torpedo 2-4 Dynamo Moscow - Lokomotiv 4-3 Jokerit - Dynamo Minsk 1-4 Ak Bars - Avtomobilist 4-0 Sibir - Traktor 4-3 MMG - Salavat 4-0 Avangard - Barys 2-4 Not really.
My predictions: West: CSKA - Sochi 4-0 SKA - Torpedo 4-2 Dynamo Moscow - Lokomotiv 4-2 Jokerit - Dinamo Minsk 4-3 East: Ak Bars - Avtomobilist 4-1 Sibir - Traktor 4-2 MMG - Salavat 4-2 Avangard - Barys 4-2Can't disagree with Qneb O about playing in summer, this is just the reason why i've missed last 2 SC Finals.
Mikhnov was selected in the first round of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, 17th overall, by the Edmonton Oilers, and has only played in two NHL games, his first being a 5–2 win versus Phoenix. His brother Andrei Mikhnov was at one time also a National Hockey League prospect and played in the Ontario Hockey League.