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This tweet comes courtesy of @NHL:

Maybe it’s significant, maybe it’s not – but that’s one crazy statistic. During their time in the NHL, seven times have the Capitals opened a 7-game series with a 2-0 lead, and all seven times did they blow the chance for the sweep in Game 3. Here’s more information of those series:

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By: Joe Siniscalchi (@Joe_Siniscalchi)

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By: Mike Wagenman (@mjwags23)

#TweetOfTheDay for Wednesday, May 1, 2013:

Today’s edition comes from ESPN Stats & Info, getting you ready for tonight’s Game 5 matchup between the Knicks and Celtics at MSG.

Personally, even as a Knicks fan, I think the Celtics have done more to lose this series than the Knicks have done to win it. I think the Celtics offense has been worse than the Knicks defense has been good. That’s just me though.

This tweet really does speak volumes though, given the playoff history of the Celts.

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By: Mike Wagenman (@mjwags23)

#TweetOfTheDay for Monday, April 29, 2013:

LeBron who, am I right? But, on a serious note, remember Erik Spoelstra had to convince Pat Riley to sign Chris Andersen. Is this the move that finally gets Coach Spo some credit? Probably not, but what a perfect, low-key addition Birdman was the the defending champs.

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By: Mike Wagenman (@mjwags23)

#TweetOfTheDay for Thursday, April 25, 2013:

This has our vote for magazine cover of the year. What an incredible job by Boston Magazine.

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By: Mike Wagenman (@mjwags23)

#TweetOfTheDay for Wednesday, April 24, 2013:

Such an incredible stat describing how awful the Cubs have become. Cheer up, Cubs fans, it’s only been 104 years…

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