NHL Playoffs 2011: Ranking the 10 Most Dangerous Postseason Scorers

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NHL Playoffs 2011: Ranking the 10 Most Dangerous Postseason Scorers
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Every Stanley Cup Playoffs, a hero arises amongst the masses.  Every year, it can be someone different or a brand new hero.

In 2010, the heroes included the likes of Daniel Briere, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Mike Cammalleri and Michael Leighton.

In past postseasons, there are heroes that came out of the woodwork to make sure their teams secured the Stanley Cup.  Those include the likes of Jamie Langenbrunner, Travis Moen, Fredrik Modin and Ruslan Fedotenko.  These players scored when it mattered most to their teams.

In the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs, there are many players who will make an impact.  Many are perennial playoff scoring threats, while others have something to prove this postseason.

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