NHL Playoffs 2012: MVPs from Each First-Round Series

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NHL Playoffs 2012: MVPs from Each First-Round Series
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The 2012 NHL Playoffs have replaced action movies in recent nights.

Overtime series-clinching goals have become common place in the first round, with series-clinching goals scored by the Los Angeles Kings, the Washington Capitals and now the New Jersey Devils.

Last night, a double-overtime Game 7 game-winning goal by Adam Henrique led the New Jersey Devils to a 3-2 road win, advancing them to a second-round date with the Philadelphia Flyers.

Henrique scored his second goal of the game on the overtime winner, proving that he can come through in the clutch when needed. But he didn't make my MVP list for the eight first-round series matchups.

Here are my MVPs from every first round series.

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