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The Flames are knocked out by Corey Perry in OT

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Well there goes my bracket. I had the Flames as my dark horse to make it to the Cup Final. Oh well.

There was a scary moment when Matt Stajan laid out Corey Perry with a hip check gone awry. Perry crawled off the ice, but came back later. It's unclear if he suffered a minor injury and played through, but he did end up scoring the GWG.

There was another scary moment when the Sportsnet intermission panel was revealed to be PJ Stock, Colby Armstrong, and John Shannon. Thank you to the inventor of the mute button.

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There are no games scheduled for tonight, so it's your chance to go to bed early and be ready so you can stay up late to watch the Habs be eliminated tomorrow.