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Ovie vs. Crosby, Take Seven

Seriously, I'll personally give $1 to the first national media outlet that runs a massive graphic previewing Game 7 via the mugs of David Steckel and Jordan Staal. Or, better yet, Milan Jurcina and Kris Letang. Nothing but readers.


(Note: There are some incredibly great prop bets available for tonight's game. Like, on the game-winning goal, you can get Ovechkin at 4-1 or Crosby at 7-1, which is boring, or Brian Pothier and Mark Eaton at 28-1, which is awesome. Seriously, Kozlov at 22-1, a first-line winger playing with Nick Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin, at home, coming off a great game? Sign me up. Theoretically.)

(You can also get 41-20 on exactly two goals being scored in the first period, -120 on Malkin scoring more points than Semin (that's a gimme), 9-2 on Ovechkin scoring the game's first goal, and -105 on Staal getting more points than Brooks Laich. What a game.)

Yeah, TSN had the same idea.

So did Yahoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ESPN, though, got all creative and artsy wit it. Either way, in addition to my $1 offer above, I'll go ahead and predict that tonight's GWG is scored by neither of these men

By Dan Steinberg  |  May 13, 2009; 3:11 PM ET
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FIRST! Gonch is going to reinjure himself tonight. noob

Posted by: my92agsr | May 13, 2009 4:10 PM | Report abuse

Can't wait for the game to start...

Dan check out this guy, he REALLY wants caps

Posted by: MiggyErbs | May 13, 2009 4:13 PM | Report abuse

Yahoo wanted to know which one, Crosby or Ovechkinn were better to date? That's new angle on the series/rivalry. What did the women who dated them say?

Posted by: larryn703 | May 13, 2009 5:03 PM | Report abuse

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