2011 NHL Playoffs: Why Winning the President's Trophy May Be a Jinx

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2011 NHL Playoffs: Why Winning the President's Trophy May Be a Jinx
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Is it the Sedin's time?

Last night, the Vancouver Canucks clinched the Presidents Trophy, which is the trophy awarded to the team with the best record in hockey. It was their first career Presidents Trophy in franchise history. Led by Henrik and Daniel Sedin, along with Mikael Samuelsson the Canucks have been staying hot all year and with Roberto Luongo protecting the net, this team will be a tough out come playoff time. But could this possibly be a curse? Only four out of the past fifteen President Trophy winners have gone on to win the Stanley Cup. Well lets take a look at some stats of the last fifteen years at the President's Trophy winners and how they have fared in the playoffs:

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