Infograph: So You Think You Can Comeback?

Matthew Henderson
April 20 2012 08:21AM

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Matthew Henderson was born and raised in the outskirts of Vancouver and is constantly finding ways to blend his love for puck with his love for graphic design. Find him at @MHenderson95 on Twitter.
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#1 Col. Nathan Jessup
April 20 2012, 08:41AM
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Alain, don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!!!

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#2 Bart
April 20 2012, 08:58AM
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The Canucks HAD a 1 in 55 chance of coming back. But now they're only down 3-1, so their odds have improved to about 1 in 10. (24 of the 253 teams down 3-1 have come back.)

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#3 Bart Byl
April 20 2012, 09:01AM
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Also, in 1975 the New York Islanders were in the Western Conference, then called the Clarence Campbell Conference.

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#4 Reg Dunlop
April 20 2012, 09:03AM
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As an oil fan,trust me, AV would be snapped up as coach the same day the canucks let him go. Also, the kings are sweating. The rest of Canada is sweating. Unfortunately, I smell a comeback, but what do I know, my team blows (now but not much longer)

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#5 John Andress
April 20 2012, 09:20AM
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So, to quote the immortal words of Jim Carey in Dumb and Dumber, you're telling me that the Canucks have a chance then?

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#7 Smithers
April 20 2012, 05:33PM
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@Matthew Henderson -

Actually, it does not matter what they WERE. If you flipped a head last time it doesn't change your odds of flipping another head THIS time (in an individual trial). Their odds change on a day to day basis the same way poker odds change with each card that comes out of the deck...your odds of winning the hand at the beginning change based on the cards that come onto the table.

- Yours truly,

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