Game 1: Where's Thornton? Anaheim played hard and were rewarded, but had only 1.2 EG!
Game 2: Another lopsided affair where the weaker team gets the "W" as a result of amazing goaltending. Although Anaheim looked a lot more organized and control the front of their net.
Game 3: As I said, without great goaltending Anaheim doesn't stand a chance.
Game 4: The lost battle by Thornton that resulted in the 3-0 goal says it all.
Game 5: This was Hiller's game, too bad they lost
Game 6: Anaheim completes the upset. Thornton gives away the puck in the third again. And a lost icing racing and battle along the boards puts the final nail in the coffin.
The Ducks are in an interesting spot: Giguere has been the playoff hero many times over (playoff stats: 33-17, 2.16GA, 93%). However, Hiller has been the better goalie this season, putting Anaheim in an awkward spot. If there's a goaltender conflict early in the series then this series could end very quickly. It looks like Hiller will start the series (he's played in the last 9 games), if he fails or struggles Giguere will quickly replace him and take over. Anaheim can't keep up with San Jose's offense so they will need great goaltending.