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Video game simulation has Boston Bruins winning Stanley Cup over San Jose Sharks

Tuesday, 04.15.2014 / 10:15 AM / News

The Canadian Press

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Video game simulation has Boston Bruins winning Stanley Cup over San Jose Sharks

TORONTO - A video game simulation has the Boston Bruins winning the Stanley Cup in six games against the San Jose Sharks.

The EA Sports simulation, using the made-in-Vancouver "NHL 14" game, has Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask winning the Conn Smythe Trophy with a goals-against average of 1.56 and .948 save percentage with four shutouts.

The simulation has goalies Carey Price and Henrik Lundqvist leading Montreal and the New York Rangers, respectively, to 4-0 first-round sweeps.

The defending champion Chicago Blackhawks' dream of a Stanley Cup repeat come to an end in the second round in a seven-game series with the upstart Colorado Avalanche.

The Bruins advance to the final by dispatching the Rangers, with Patrice Bergeron scoring the winner five minutes in overtime in Game 7.

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