Justin Bourne
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Tampa Bay is the favourite on paper, but can Dallas pull off an upset?
Justin Bourne
On paper at least, the Tampa Bay Lightning seem primed to roll over the Dallas Stars. But when you make it this far, the human factor can throw everything off. There are ways Dallas can win this series as well. Justin Bourne analyzes and predicts the 2020 Stanley Cup Final.
Bourne Notebook: A DeBoer trend and how Khudobin compares to Tim Thomas
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Where did the Islanders go wrong in late-game breakdown against Lightning?
Justin Bourne
The New York Islanders looked like a much better team in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final, and were able to slow Tampa's offence. But even with that, a late goal sunk them. What went wrong on the play? Justin Bourne breaks it down.
Which remaining NHL playoff team benefits most when everyone is fatigued?
Justin Bourne
In a normal year playoff teams start getting tired and banged up by Round 3, but this year's condensed schedule is presenting an even tougher challenge. So what kind of play style benefits the most when everyone is tired? Justin Bourne has some thoughts.
Analyzing and predicting Round 3 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs
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How Vancouver's forwards must adjust to support offensive defencemen
Justin Bourne
The Vancouver Canucks are facing a steep uphill climb in their series against Vegas, and starting to lean more into their offence from the blue line. But in order to not leave themselves too exposed, the forwards have to be better at covering and anticipating.
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Analyzing and predicting the Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 2 series
Justin Bourne
Justin Bourne goes through and analyzes each of the Round 2 series in the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs and shares his prediction for each.
Creating offence in today's NHL and a trend to watch in the playoffs
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Six thoughts on the Stanley Cup Playoffs halfway through Round 1
Justin Bourne
As we move closer to Round 2, Justin Bourne shares some thoughts on what he's seen so far this round, from Anthony Cirelli's excellent two-way play, to clutch Joe Pavelski, and more.