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Hockey Betting fans know that the 2007 Stanley Cup Finals matched the Anaheim Ducks against the Ottawa Senators.

Those fans looking to make a hockey bet know that the best of seven series went to the Ducks in five games. Those fans that made a hockey bet know that it was the Duck’s second appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals having lost to the New Jersey Devils in 2003.

Those fans that made a hockey bet know that it was the first appearance in the Finals for Ottawa. Hockey playoffs betting fans know that the Senators and Ducks had never met before in the playoffs.

Those fans that made a hockey bet know that the Ducks were the second seed in the Western Conference and took out Minnesota, Vancouver and Detroit before reaching the Stanley Cup Finals. Those fans that made a hockey bet know that the Ducks were led by defenseman Scott Niedermayer and Chris Pronger. Hockey betting fans know that goaltender J.S. Giguere provided the big stops in goal.

Fans that made a hockey bet know that Ottawa was seeded fourth in the East and defeated the Penguins, Devils and Sabres to reach the Finals. Those fans that made a hockey bet know that Ottawa was led by the top line of Daniel Alfredsson, Danny Heatley and Jason Spezza. Those fans that made a hockey bet know that line was great until getting to the Finals where they were shutdown by Anaheim’s defense.

Those fans that made a hockey bet know that Anaheim had home ice advantage for the Stanley Cup Finals as they finished with 110 points while Ottawa finished with 105.

Those fans that made a hockey bet know that with Anaheim’s win in the Finals the Stanley Cup has stayed in the United States for the last 15 years. Those fans that made a hockey bet know that Canada has not won a Stanley Cup since Montreal did it in 1993.

As you consider NHL playoffs betting and look to make a hockey bet for the 2007-2008 season you may want to remember what happened in the playoffs last year when Anaheim defeated Ottawa.