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Who'd ya pick?
Who'd ya pick?

Well the numbers are in for Round #1 of the PPP Playoff Prognostication Poll, and with 272 entries (Only 2 of which are joke accounts created by Chemmy) it's pretty clear who are the favorites in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. So without further adieu, here are the pick percentages for Round #1.

Washington Capitals vs. New York Rangers

Washington - 90%; New York - 10%; in 6 games.


Philadelphia Flyers vs. Buffalo Sabres

Philadelphia - 68%; Buffalo - 32%; in 6 games.


Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens

Boston - 83%; Montreal - 17%; in 6 games.


Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

Pittsburgh - 45%; Tampa Bay - 55%; in 6 games.


Western Conference, Conn Smythe, and Cup Picks after the jump.

Vancouver Canucks vs. Chicago Blackhawks

Vancouver - 73%; Chicago - 27%; in 6 games.


San Jose Sharks vs. Los Angeles Kings

San Jose - 89%; Los Angeles - 11%; in 5 games.


Detroit Red Wings vs. Phoenix Coyotes

Detroit - 80%; Phoenix - 20%; in 6 games.


Anaheim Ducks vs Nashville Predators

Anaheim - 72%; Nashville - 28%; in 6 games.


Conn Smythe Winner (Made difficult because people have a hard time of reading simple directions.)

Ryan Kesler - 11%

Alex Ovechkin - 10.7%

Daniel Sedin - 9.6%

Roberto Luongo - 8.8%

Tim Thomas - 6.3%

Joe Thornton - 5.5%

Henrik Sedin - 5.1%

Corey Perry - 4.8%

Some of the funnier votes - Nathan Horton, Tomas Kaberle, Carey Price, Rick Nash, Dwayne Roloson, Scott Hartnell, Corey Crawford, Sidney Crosby, Patrick Sharp.


Stanley Cup Champion

Vancouver - 35%

San Jose - 14%

Washington - 14%

Philadelphia - 11%

Boston - 8%

Rest are at 5% and under.

The only team to not get a single vote for Cup Champion? The Los Angeles Kings.


The Round #1 Spreadsheet can be found here. Check back after Round #1 has concluded for the Round #1 point totals and your Round #2 entry form.

(Edit) I've created a separate spreadsheet to keep track of scoring here. It's pretty straight forward and all automatic. Pretty nifty if I do say so myself. I'll update this sheet after each series concludes so you can see how you're progressing.