Biggest Weakness of Every Team in the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

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Biggest Weakness of Every Team in the 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
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Marc-Andre Fleury has much to prove after a poor performance in last year's postseason.

There's no such thing as a perfect team.

Let's take that back.

If you saw the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens play the game, you might be willing to argue the point. The Habs were a shocking 60-8-12 during the regular season and needed just 14 games to race through three rounds of the playoffs and take home the Stanley Cup.

But that version of Les Glorieux exists only in history books, memories and on grainy video.

The 16 teams in this year's Stanley Cup playoffs range from decent to outstanding, but all of them have weaknesses that can be exploited over the course of a seven-game playoff series.

Here's a look at the weaknesses dogging this year's crop of postseason participants.

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