Paul Bissonnette has had enough of the Edmonton Oilers; calls out the team over one detail as he makes the boldest Stanley Cup Final prediction

We’re two games into the Stanley Cup Final, and the Florida Panthers have gotten themself in a golden position for the organization’s first-ever Stanley Cup.

The Panthers were outplayed in Game 1 but got bailed out by superstar goalie Sergei Bobrovsky.

In Game 2, however, they looked like the better team all over the ice, and they’re now just two wins away from winning the ultimate trophy.

The series now shifts to Edmonton for two straight games, where the Oilers will look to even things out and keep the series alive.

But in Paul Bissonnette’s mind, the series is already decided. BizNasty is one of hockey’s most well-liked media personalities, and he’s not impressed with what the Oilers have displayed so far. 

Paul Bissonnette has been having to defend the Oilers throughout this playoffs.

But now, he’s fed up with it.

”I can’t spew anymore of this bulls**t,” Bissonnette said on the most recent episode of his podcast Spittin’ Chiclets.

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Paul Bissonnette now even feels that the series is over, and it was the Oilers’ performance in the second half of Game 2 that had Bissonnette so furious.

”This series is over. I think it’s over in five games,” he said.

EDMONTON, CANADA – FEBRUARY 28: Connor McDavid #97 of the Edmonton Oilers has a discussion with referee Trevor Hanson #14 during the game against the St. Louis Blues at Rogers Place on February 28, 2024, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images)

It’s a bold move from Bissonnette to rule out players like Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl, especially with two straight games at home awaiting. But to be fair, the Oilers Game 2 performance was disappointing.

But, historically, only five teams have come back from being 2-0 down in the Stanley Cup Finals – out of 54 attempts. 

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