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by George Malik on 05/17/13 at 09:17 AM ET
The Chicago Tribune's Dan McNeil may subscribe to the "Blackhawks in square root of two!" theory:
So this is the dreamy, second-round match up that was to titillate the senses? The type of grudge match that was to rekindle all the deep-seeded ill feelings Chicagoans and Detroiters had for each other in the days of the old Norris Division?
The hammer and the nail have no rivalry. The nail may not like the hammer, but it's disdain for it does not constitute a rivalry because the hammer barely acknowledges the nail's existence.
Right now the Blackhawks are the hammer and the Red Wings are the nail. That will not change during the duration of these Western Conference semifinals.
He continues at length and concludes with the following:
Meantime, enjoy these not-so-spicy Wings, who are nothing more than an annoying impediment that won't take long to remove.
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