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Scott Gomez, left, and the Canadiens are looking to chop down another higher-seeded opponent in Chris Pronger's Flyers. ((Mike Stobe/Getty Images))

They've already knocked off perhaps the two toughest teams in the Eastern Conference in the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals and the defending Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.

Now, do the Montreal Canadiens have another upset in them? One that would propel the Habs into the Cup final for the first time in 17 years?

On paper, the latest challenge doesn't appear as daunting as the previous two. Like the Caps and Pens, the Philadelphia Flyers are seeded higher than Montreal. But this time it's only a No. 7 team that the Canadiens must knock off.

Still, Philly is riding major momentum after becoming just the third team in NHL history to rally from three games down to win a playoff series. And the Flyers did it in dramatic fashion, rallying from a 3-0 deficit in Game 7 to defeat the Bruins in Boston and earn a matchup with Montreal.

Can the Habs topple red-hot Philly? Is there more Halak magic in store for Round 3? Or will the Flyers put an end to Montreal's magical run?

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