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I can't fairly answer this poll question. We were going to go to St. Louis over Columbus Day weekend and attend the Rags game, but the trip failed to materialize because I procrastinated buying the tickets and flights went way up in price.
In terms of which out of conference game I think will be the most exciting, I'd say the Bruins game on account of them being the defending EC champions. Second would be Edmonton for David Perron's return trip but I don't really give two flips about that turnover machine anymore now that he's an Oiler.
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I voted Other as well, my vote is for the Detroit Red Wings. I know we've seen them countless times over the years. But we're going to see them less and I wonder if now that they're no longer 'haunting' us in our own division, we'll be able to exorcise the demons and become a new team against them.
Or maybe that's just something that we, as fans, care about. My guess is that the players really could care less now that they're in the East. It makes for a good storyline, nonetheless.
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Boston is my east coast team so thats exciting but also looking forward to Montreal and Toronto as those are my moms teams and I always loved watching hockey with my mom growing up she gets way to into it like myself screaming at the tv and ect, so suprising her with tickets to those games will be fun.
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For me either Toronto (the only NHL team to have gone longer than the Blues w/out appearing in the SCFs), or Buffalo (the only NHL team I'm not 100% sure I've seen the Blues play in person).
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I chose Boston, as I hope The Blues will play them in The Stanley Cup Finals (for which I will make a trip to St. Louis to catch a couple games, to see a Blues game in St. Louis for the first time). I've seen about 85 Blues games live, but mostly in Chicago, Winnipeg, a few in L.A., Oakland, Detroit, Vancouver and one in Toronto.
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