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BoC Gameday -- Pacific Ocean's Eleven

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Anaheim Ducks (46-30-5) at Los Angeles Kings (46-29-6), 7:30 pm
Anaheim Calling and Jewels From The Crown -- playoffs!

As was pointed out last summer, the Sharks, Kings, and Ducks all enter this postseason with eleven franchise playoff series wins -- now it's an open BoC Race to Twelve (or if we're damn lucky, Fifteen).  We'll know a lot more about seedings and opponents after tonight, I think, but for now...

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Not my best, but it's Saturday.

Here again is the rundown of all three franchises' eleven playoff series wins.

Anaheim Ducks Los Angeles Kings San Jose Sharks
Win No. Year Opponent
Series Year Opponent Series Year Opponent Series
1 1997 Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 1969 Oakland Seals 4-3 1994 Detroit Red Wings 4-3
2 2003 Detroit Red Wings 4-0 1976 Calgary Flames 2-0 1995 Calgary Flames 4-3
3 2003 Dallas Stars 4-2 1977 Calgary Flames 2-1 2000 St. Louis Blues 4-3
4 2003 Minnesota Wild 4-0 1982 Edmonton Oilers 3-2 2002 Phoenix Coyotes 4-1
5 2006 Calgary Flames 4-3 1989 Edmonton Oilers 4-3 2004 St. Louis Blues 4-1
6 2006 Colorado Avalanche 4-0 1990 Calgary Flames 4-2 2004 Colorado Avalanche 4-2
7 2007 Minnesota Wild 4-1 1991 Vancouver Canucks 4-2 2006 Nashville Predators 4-1
8 2007 Vancouver Canucks 4-1 1993 Calgary Flames 4-2 2007 Nashville Predators 4-1
9 2007 Detroit Red Wings 4-2 1993 Vancouver Canucks 4-2 2008 Calgary Flames 4-3
10 2007 Ottawa Senators 4-1 1993 Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 2010 Colorado Avalanche
4-2
11 2009 San Jose Sharks 4-2 2001 Detroit Red Wings 4-2 2010 Detroit Red Wings 4-1

Lots of good memories there.

And heck -- I even got free artwork in my inbox!  Hooray!

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Credit to Curt at Shark-tank.tumblr.com

Prediction: I should be around tonight -- stop on by for some end-of-season drama.  The Rat forces Rudy to buy his roommate a handle of liquor.

Go Ducks.