NHL Playoffs 2012: Predicting Sunday's Winners and Losers

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NHL Playoffs 2012: Predicting Sunday's Winners and Losers
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The NHL playoffs have been nothing short of amazing until this point and it's only getting better. This Sunday we have some important matchups. It's possible we'll see a Western Conference powerhouse fall into a 3-0 series deficit.

Sunday's action plans to be a great one with Nashville and Detroit squaring off in the Motor City for Game 3 after splitting the first two in Nashville.

Then a interstate rivalry will see Game 3 of the Flyers-Pens. Will Philly fly away with the series just yet, or does Crosby, Malkin and Co. have some say left?

The New Jersey Devils are heading into their second game with the Florida Panthers and after a 26-shot, three-goal period in Game ,1 can the Panthers cool them off in South Florida for Game 2?

The Presidents Trophy, Vancouver and the eighth-seeded LA Kings will go into Game 3 with LA leading the series 2-0. Will we see the underdogs of So-Cal take complete control of the series, or does Vancouver put its foot down in Hollywood for Game 3?

Today's Matchups are:

Nashville Predators @ Detroit Red Wings (Series 1-1)

Pittsburgh Penguins @ Philadelphia Flyers (Series 2-0, Philly)

New Jersey Devils @ Florida Panthers (Series 1-0, NJ)

Vancouver Canucks @ Los Angeles Kings (Series 2-0, LA)

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