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Old January 6, 2007, 01:38 PM
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Cool Season Thread: NHL 2006-2007

The standings as of Jan 5, 2006:
Eastern Conference
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GP W L OT PTS GF GA HOME AWAY L10
1 BUFFALO* 41 29 9 3 61 160 119 14-5-2 15-4-1 5-4-1
2 ATLANTA* 43 24 12 7 55 135 131 11-5-4 13-7-3 6-3-1
3 NEW JERSEY* 40 23 13 4 50 107 98 14-3-3 9-10-1 6-2-2
4 MONTREAL 40 23 12 5 51 124 111 13-4-3 10-8-2 6-4-0
5 OTTAWA 42 22 18 2 46 135 121 9-9-1 13-9-1 6-3-1
6 NY RANGERS 42 21 17 4 46 125 128 9-7-3 12-10-1 3-7-0
7 CAROLINA 43 21 18 4 46 126 131 11-7-1 10-11-3 6-4-0
8 TORONTO 42 19 17 6 44 141 140 10-9-3 9-8-3 5-4-1

9 PITTSBURGH 39 18 15 6 42 123 125 10-8-3 8-7-3 5-4-1
10 BOSTON 38 19 16 3 41 114 139 11-8-1 8-8-2 5-4-1
11 NY ISLANDERS 40 19 18 3 41 115 112 11-8-2 8-10-1 4-6-0
12 WASHINGTON 41 17 17 7 41 125 141 9-10-3 8-7-4 3-7-0
13 TAMPA BAY 42 19 21 2 40 132 134 10-11-0 9-10-2 5-5-0
14 FLORIDA 43 15 20 8 38 116 139 10-8-2 5-12-6 5-3-2
15 PHILADELPHIA 40 11 25 4 26 98 149 3-11-4 8-14-0 3-7-0

Western Conference
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GP W L OT PTS GF GA HOME AWAY L10
1 ANAHEIM* 43 28 9 6 62 147 106 15-3-4 13-6-2 4-6-0
2 NASHVILLE* 41 27 11 3 57 141 107 12-3-3 15-8-0 7-3-0
3 VANCOUVER* 42 23 18 1 47 103 108 14-7-0 9-11-1 7-3-0
4 DETROIT 40 25 10 5 55 121 94 14-3-3 11-7-2 7-2-1
5 SAN JOSE 41 27 14 0 54 125 98 14-7-0 13-7-0 5-5-0
6 DALLAS 42 26 15 1 53 115 98 13-6-0 13-9-1 6-3-1
7 CALGARY 39 20 15 4 44 118 104 15-5-0 5-10-4 5-4-1
8 MINNESOTA 41 21 18 2 44 117 112 17-4-1 4-14-1 5-5-0

9 COLORADO 40 20 18 2 42 129 115 11-9-1 9-9-1 6-4-0
10 EDMONTON 41 19 18 4 42 117 122 13-7-2 6-11-2 2-6-2
11 CHICAGO 41 17 19 5 39 103 120 10-9-1 7-10-4 4-6-0
12 PHOENIX 40 18 20 2 38 109 136 11-8-1 7-12-1 7-2-1
13 COLUMBUS 41 16 21 4 36 106 125 9-9-2 7-12-2 5-4-1
14 LOS ANGELES 42 15 22 5 35 120 152 10-9-5 5-13-0 4-5-1
15 ST LOUIS 40 13 20 7 33 94 126 8-11-3 5-9-4 6-1-3
x - clinched playoff spot y - clinched division z - clinched conference
p - clinched Presidents' Trophy (best record in NHL)

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Patrick Stefan of Dallas Stars misses a wide open empty net with not a single opposition played nearby with 10 odd seconds remaining while his team is up by 1 goal. His miss causes a turnover and the opposition ties the game up with 2 seconds remaining.


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Old January 6, 2007, 02:38 PM
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I'm worried about the Rangers, they win 5 straight then lose 7 straight and then win 3 in a row, they've already played 42 games and the teams seeded 9-12 all have more than 3-5 games in hand on the the teams seeded 5-8.

Dallas still won the game. Watch out for Detroit, Hasek is playing like the dominator.
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Old January 6, 2007, 03:01 PM
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Yeah Rangers have been disappointing lately. They have a very important game tonight against Montreal. In fact, almost all the games in the eastern conference tonight are very important. The point gaps are tight lately in both conferences and the standings jump up and down every night.
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Dallas still won the game. Watch out for Detroit, Hasek is playing like the dominator.
They won the game indeed, Dallas did, i mean, but Stefan should suicide by drowning himself in the waters of his bathroom sink for what he did there. Simply embarrassing stuff.

And yes, Hasek's been his unconventional best this season, pulling out moves right outta the hat, as he has always done. And been successful too! Well, how 'bout the 8-goal barrage that he suffered against the Sharks ?

A question to CB : I havent been able to watch the Canucks play this year other than some of their Saturday night tilts on CBC. But what on earth has Naslund been doing this year ? He continues to struggle, while Luongo keeps stealing games for the team. Vancouver being my 2nd most fav. team and Naslund being my 2nd most fav Swede in the league (), I am definitely a bit concerned!
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Old January 6, 2007, 11:15 PM
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Nobody knows what's up with Naslund. This is a rebuilding year for Vancouver. Us fans have our hopes low. Making playoffs would be enough achievement for the club this year. We're in serious cap trouble (no thanks to Bobby Clarke) and more off-season changes will have to be made for the team to become a contender next year.

Even though Naslund hasn't scored a goal since November, the team's on a 6 game winning streak. It's about to end though. On a brighter note, Luongo has been playing awesome lately.
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Old January 6, 2007, 11:18 PM
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I'm worried about the Rangers, they win 5 straight then lose 7 straight and then win 3 in a row, they've already played 42 games and the teams seeded 9-12 all have more than 3-5 games in hand on the the teams seeded 5-8.

Dallas still won the game. Watch out for Detroit, Hasek is playing like the dominator.
Yeah Dallas won the game, but NW division is one of the tightest. Every single team in the division is a Playoff contender at the moment and Stefan basically pissed off fans of all 4 teams (Vancouver, Colorado, Minnesota and specially Calgary) by gifting Dallas 1 point. Last year Vancouver lost the playoff spot to Edmonton by 1 point.
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just a question.
I know Vancuver is seeded higher than three better teams, but would they have homefield advantage against them in the playoffs if faced?

Lets go Dallas Stars.
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They are seeded higher because they are the 1st in the division. Almost half the season is still left, so there's a good chance they'll fall off that seed. But if the playoffs were to begin today, they'd have home ice advantage and play Dallas.
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They are seeded higher because they are the 1st in the division. Almost half the season is still left, so there's a good chance they'll fall off that seed. But if the playoffs were to begin today, they'd have home ice advantage and play Dallas.
That sucks. This means winning division is the most important to get a home field adv. and for the rest of the good teams who didn't win their divisions must win on the road in the first round playoffs unlike NBA.
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The system has its imperfections, but it is fair in a way. Teams play 8 games against the divisional rivals - as opposed to half of it against conference rivals. I don't like this system much either. It sucks specially for the NorthWest Division - which is easily the toughest division in the whole league. Each and every team in that division is in the playoff race (as was last year). There is no easy game in the division - compared to Central or Pacific divisions where the likes of Detroit and Nashville get to feast on weak teams like St. Louis, Chicago, Columbus and rack up easy points. Similarly top teams like Dallas and Anaheim get to clobber the weak Phoenix and LA. Northwest Division teams, much like the Northeast, don't have this luxury.
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The system has its imperfections [...]
You should've stopped right there. The NHL is full of imperfections, and it doesnt take a rocket scientist to realise some of those. 8 games against teams in the same division are meant to intensify the supposed divisioinal rivalry, but what rivalry would exist when, for example, Toronto plays Detroit once a year, and wont face the western Canadian teams for two straight years! And talking about intensifying rivalries... when two teams face each other five times in a single month, they just get sick of each other. The notion of a heated battle disappears. And forget mentioning about other parities in the scheduling (time zone conflicts for some western teams, unfair amount of travelling, etc).

But the system in place that bothers me the most is the automated top-three seedings for the division winners in each conference. The issue of a tough division aside, there can be a team thats seeded 3rd, but with less points than a 5th or 6th ranked team in the Conference. So you can play hard for 82 regular season games, get good enough points to be a top-seeded team, but end up ranked lower in the standings and lose the potential home-ice advantage 'cuz of the automated seedings of the division winners.
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I hate Martin Brodeur! He's gonna break the Shut Out record

MasterBlaster is right 8 games vs the same divison opponents is way too much, but Buffalo doesn't play Anaheim this year unless they meet in the stanley cup finals, if the finals happens to be Buffalo vs Anaheim it would make the Finals alot more... i don't know the right word ... !
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Another shut-out for Brodeur tonight as Rangers lose again This guy is on fire. I won't be surprised if Devils carry this form to the playoffs and end up clinching the title this year. Also, Luongo got another shut-out as Vancouver blanked Montreal 4-0 at the Bell Centre and St. Louis routed Anaheim with a 6-2 shocker :|

In the previous game, Vancouver embarrassed the Leafs 6-1. It was the game of the season for us fans and the result couldn't have been any better. Before the end of the game, the Toronto fans actualy ended up booing their own team. Go figure

Standings at the end of Jan 16, 2007:

Note: OT = Overtime Losses + Shootout Losses
EASTERN CONFERENCE
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GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1. Buffalo 46 31 11 4 172 133 66
2. New Jersey 46 28 14 4 120 105 60
3. Atlanta 48 26 14 8 150 145 60
4. Ottawa 48 27 19 2 167 136 56
5. Montreal 47 25 17 5 138 136 55
6. Carolina 48 25 18 5 146 144 55
7. Tampa Bay 48 24 22 2 152 151 50
8. NY Rangers 47 23 20 4 139 144 50
9. Toronto 47 21 20 6 154 158 48
10. Pittsburgh 44 20 17 7 139 141 47
11. Boston 43 21 18 4 128 157 46
12. NY Islanders 46 21 21 4 133 134 46
13. Washington 46 19 20 7 143 162 45
14. Florida 48 17 21 10 137 157 44
15. Philadelphia 45 11 30 4 109 174 26



WESTERN CONFERENCE
(Overall)
GP W L OT GF GA PTS
1. Anaheim 48 30 10 8 164 123 68
2. Nashville 46 32 11 3 160 117 67
3. Vancouver 46 26 19 1 119 117 53
4. Detroit 46 29 12 5 142 109 63
5. San Jose 46 31 15 0 144 107 62
6. Dallas 46 27 18 1 123 113 55
7. Calgary 44 24 16 4 138 115 52
8. Minnesota 47 24 20 3 132 126 51
9. Edmonton 46 22 20 4 127 133 48
10. Colorado 45 22 20 3 141 132 47
11. Phoenix 45 21 22 2 125 153 44
12. St. Louis 46 17 21 8 119 146 42
13. Chicago 46 17 22 7 116 141 41
14. Columbus 46 17 24 5 117 144 39
15. Los Angeles 48 16 26 6 135 176 38










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In the previous game, Vancouver embarrassed the Leafs 6-1. It was the game of the season for us fans and the result couldn't have been any better. Before the end of the game, the Toronto fans actualy ended up booing their own team. Go figure
yeah, that was pretty embarrassing. at least they won tonight: 4 - 2 against tampa bay...i guess the mis-hit with three minutes or so on the clock followed by the goalie's fumble did it for them, with ponikarovsky's push into an open net in the last minute just killing any chances that the lightning had of pushing it into OT.
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Standings at the end of Feb 01, 2007:

NHL Standings
Divisional | Conference | League | vs. Eastern Teams | vs. Western Teams
Eastern Conference
Rk Eastern GP W L OL PTS GF GA Home Away Last 10
01 Sabres 53 35 14 4 74 200 153 17-7-2 18-7-2 4-5-1
02 Devils 52 31 15 6 68 140 125 17-4-4 14-11-2 6-2-2
03 Thrashers 54 29 17 8 66 167 165 14-8-4 15-9-4 5-5-0
04 Canadiens 52 28 18 6 62 154 150 16-7-3 12-11-3 5-4-1
05 Senators 53 30 21 2 62 178 144 15-11-1 15-10-1 8-2-0
06 Penguins 50 25 17 8 58 170 157 14-8-4 11-9-4 7-2-1
07 Lightning 53 28 23 2 58 169 163 12-13-0 16-10-2 8-2-0
08 Hurricanes 54 26 22 6 58 163 172 14-10-3 12-12-3 4-4-2
09 Maple Leafs 52 25 21 6 56 169 171 11-12-3 14-9-3 6-4-0
10 Rangers 51 25 22 4 54 149 151 10-11-3 15-11-1 5-5-0
11 Islanders 51 24 21 6 54 154 150 12-9-4 12-12-2 5-2-3
12 Panthers 53 20 23 10 50 153 169 14-9-3 6-14-7 5-3-2
13 Capitals 52 21 24 7 49 163 186 12-11-3 9-13-4 3-7-0
14 Bruins 50 22 24 4 48 140 189 14-11-2 8-13-2 2-7-1
15 Flyers 51 12 32 7 31 125 195 3-15-6 9-17-1 1-6-3
Western Conference
Rk Western GP W L OL PTS GF GA Home Away Last 10
01 Predators 53 36 14 3 75 187 136 18-3-3 18-11-0 7-3-0
02 Ducks 52 32 12 8 72 173 132 18-4-5 14-8-3 4-4-2
04 Red Wings 52 32 14 6 70 157 124 18-3-3 14-11-3 7-2-1
05 Sharks 52 33 18 1 67 159 121 17-10-1 16-8-0 5-4-1
06 Stars 52 31 19 2 64 140 128 15-8-1 16-11-1 5-4-1
03 Canucks 52 29 19 4 62 136 132 17-8-2 12-11-2 6-1-3
07 Flames 50 27 17 6 60 155 128 20-5-0 7-12-6 6-2-2
08 Wild 53 28 21 4 60 150 137 18-5-3 10-16-1 7-2-1
09 Avalanche 51 25 22 4 54 160 152 14-11-3 11-11-1 4-4-2
10 Oilers 52 25 23 4 54 144 153 16-10-2 9-13-2 5-5-0
11 Coyotes 52 24 26 2 50 144 179 13-11-1 11-15-1 4-6-0
12 Blues 51 20 23 8 48 130 159 10-13-3 10-10-5 7-2-1
13 Blue Jackets 52 21 26 5 47 131 160 12-10-3 9-16-2 5-4-1
14 Blackhawks 51 19 25 7 45 127 158 11-13-3 8-12-4 2-6-2
15 Kings 54 17 30 7 41 147 195 11-12-7 6-18-0 1-8-1

x = Clinched Playoff Spot
y = Clinched Division
z = Clinched Conference

Btw, Brodeur continues his outstanding form. He should win the Vezina this year.
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pittsburgh on fire and doing it without Sid the Kid even though he leads the league in scoring and Forsberg Traded to Nashville lets see how that works out

Eastern Conference
Rk Eastern GP W L OL PTS GF GA Home Away Last 10
01 Sabres 59 39 15 5 83 217 168 20-7-3 19-8-2 6-3-1
02 Devils 59 36 17 6 78 160 140 21-6-4 15-11-2 6-3-1
04 Penguins 58 32 17 9 73 203 181 18-8-4 14-9-5 9-0-1
05 Senators 59 34 22 3 71 200 157 18-11-2 16-11-1 7-2-1
03 Lightning 60 33 24 3 69 191 183 16-13-0 17-11-3 7-2-1
06 Thrashers 61 30 22 9 69 185 194 14-9-5 16-13-4 2-7-1
07 Hurricanes 61 30 24 7 67 185 192 15-11-4 15-13-3 4-5-1
08 Maple Leafs 59 29 22 8 66 191 192 12-12-5 17-10-3 7-1-2
09 Canadiens 61 30 25 6 66 173 181 17-12-3 13-13-3 2-7-1
10 Islanders 59 28 23 8 64 171 165 14-10-4 14-13-4 5-2-3
11 Rangers 59 29 25 5 63 175 170 12-13-3 17-12-2 5-4-1
12 Bruins 57 27 26 4 58 161 209 16-12-2 11-14-2 5-5-0
13 Panthers 60 23 26 11 57 170 195 16-10-3 7-16-8 5-4-1
14 Capitals 59 23 27 9 55 177 206 14-12-4 9-15-5 3-5-2
15 Flyers 58 16 34 8 40 151 215 5-16-7 11-18-1 5-2-3
Western Conference
Rk Western GP W L OL PTS GF GA Home Away Last 10
01 Red Wings 60 38 16 6 82 185 145 21-3-3 17-13-3 8-2-0
04 Predators 60 39 18 3 81 202 151 21-5-3 18-13-0 4-6-0
02 Ducks 60 35 16 9 79 193 155 18-5-6 17-11-3 5-4-1
05 Sharks 59 36 22 1 73 178 150 18-11-1 18-11-0 3-6-1
06 Stars 58 35 21 2 72 158 142 19-9-1 16-12-1 6-3-1
03 Canucks 58 33 21 4 70 152 146 18-9-2 15-12-2 6-2-2
07 Flames 59 31 20 8 70 188 158 24-6-1 7-14-7 5-3-2
08 Wild 60 32 23 5 69 171 156 20-5-4 12-18-1 6-3-1
09 Oilers 59 28 26 5 61 160 171 18-11-2 10-15-3 5-4-1
10 Avalanche 58 28 26 4 60 186 182 16-13-3 12-13-1 4-6-0
11 Blues 60 25 26 9 59 155 181 14-15-3 11-11-6 5-4-1
13 Blackhawks 59 22 28 9 53 147 179 11-13-4 11-15-5 5-3-2
12 Coyotes 59 25 31 3 53 159 203 13-13-2 12-18-1 2-7-1
14 Blue Jackets 59 23 31 5 51 146 182 14-14-3 9-17-2 4-6-0
15 Kings 61 20 31 10 50 170 211 11-12-8 9-19-2 3-3-4

Eastern Confrence Playoff races are heating up it's practically a crap shoot from 6 all the way to 11. The West is not as complicated.
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Standings as of 03/04/07

Eastern Conference
GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PP% PK% HOME AWAY L10
1 Buffalo 65 44 16 5 93 251 189 18.2 81.3 23-7-3 21-9-2 8-1-1
2 New Jersey 66 40 19 7 87 175 157 17.9 85.3 22-8-5 18-11-2 6-3-1
3 Tampa Bay 67 37 26 4 78 214 208 19.2 77.7 18-14-1 19-12-3 6-2-2
4 Ottawa 66 38 23 5 81 226 181 18.1 84.2 21-11-2 17-12-3 7-1-2
5 Pittsburgh 65 35 21 9 79 221 203 20.0 81.2 19-9-4 16-12-5 6-4-0
6 Atlanta 67 34 23 10 78 203 209 16.6 78.0 16-10-6 18-13-4 4-5-1
7 NY Islanders 65 33 23 9 75 197 184 16.9 80.6 18-10-5 15-13-4 7-1-2
8 Carolina 68 33 28 7 73 199 209 15.2 83.7 17-13-4 16-15-3 5-5-0
Montreal 68 33 29 6 72 197 211 23.3 83.1 19-12-3 14-17-3 4-6-0
Toronto 66 31 26 9 71 208 217 18.1 78.6 12-15-5 19-11-4 4-4-2
Boston 65 32 28 5 69 190 230 18.4 82.0 17-13-3 15-15-2 6-3-1
NY Rangers 65 31 27 7 69 190 184 19.7 83.1 14-14-5 17-13-2 5-3-2
Florida 66 27 26 13 67 194 210 18.8 82.1 19-10-4 8-16-9 7-1-2
Washington 66 24 30 12 60 199 236 17.2 80.5 14-14-7 10-16-5 1-5-4
Philadelphia 65 17 37 11 45 173 248 14.6 84.4 5-18-7 12-19-4 3-4-3
Western Conference
GP W L OTL PTS GF GA PP% PK% HOME AWAY L10
1 Nashville 67 44 18 5 93 231 173 17.5 84.7 23-5-4 21-13-1 6-2-2
2 Anaheim 67 39 17 11 89 213 174 21.3 84.3 21-5-7 18-12-4 6-1-3
3 Vancouver 65 38 22 5 81 173 165 17.8 87.6 21-9-2 17-13-3 8-1-1
4 Detroit 66 41 16 9 91 208 162 17.9 83.6 23-3-5 18-13-4 6-1-3
5 Dallas 65 38 22 5 81 170 156 18.2 84.0 21-10-2 17-12-3 5-2-3
6 San Jose 66 39 25 2 80 197 169 22.4 83.5 18-12-2 21-13-0 3-6-1
7 Calgary 65 35 21 9 79 211 174 18.7 80.4 27-6-1 8-15-8 6-3-1
8 Minnesota 66 36 23 7 79 190 167 18.3 85.6 22-5-4 14-18-3 6-1-3
Colorado 66 32 29 5 69 218 211 21.1 80.1 18-14-3 14-15-2 5-4-1
St. Louis 65 28 27 10 66 169 196 13.5 81.5 16-15-3 12-12-7 6-2-2
Edmonton 66 30 30 6 66 174 194 15.3 85.5 18-14-2 12-16-4 2-6-2
Columbus 66 26 33 7 59 165 205 16.0 80.4 14-15-4 12-18-3 4-4-2
Phoenix 65 27 35 3 57 174 222 15.3 78.5 14-14-2 13-21-1 2-7-1
Chicago 66 24 33 9 57 162 205 11.5 83.6 13-16-4 11-17-5 2-6-2
Los Angeles 65 22 33 10 54 185 228 17.6 77.1 13-14-8 9-19-2 4-3-3
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with only a handful of games left the playoff race and positioning in the east is still undecided and th race for the presidents trophy is unclear. Hart Trophy race is between Crosby and that Goaltender for the Devils.

Eastern Conference
Rk Eastern GP W L OL PTS GF GA Home Away Last 10
01 x Sabres 72 46 19 7 99 271 214 23-10-3 23-9-4 5-3-2
02 Devils 72 43 21 8 94 191 179 22-10-5 21-11-3 5-3-2
03 Thrashers 74 39 25 10 88 227 225 21-10-6 18-15-4 8-2-0
04 Senators 73 42 23 8 92 252 201 24-11-3 18-12-5 5-1-4
05 Penguins 73 41 22 10 92 251 225 23-9-5 18-13-5 7-2-1
06 Lightning 73 39 30 4 82 226 229 18-15-1 21-15-3 4-5-1
07 Rangers 73 36 28 9 81 210 196 18-15-5 18-13-4 6-1-3
08 Hurricanes 73 36 29 8 80 215 217 18-14-4 18-15-4 5-4-1
09 Islanders 71 34 27 10 78 214 208 19-11-5 15-16-5 4-4-2
10 Maple Leafs 72 34 28 10 78 222 235 15-15-5 19-13-5 4-5-1
11 Canadiens 73 36 31 6 78 214 231 21-12-3 15-19-3 4-6-0
12 Bruins 71 34 32 5 73 202 251 18-15-3 16-17-2 4-5-1
13 Panthers 72 30 29 13 73 213 230 21-11-4 9-18-9 7-3-0
14 Capitals 73 26 34 13 65 218 257 16-15-7 10-19-6 2-5-3
15 Flyers 72 20 41 11 51 190 267 8-19-7 12-22-4 4-4-2
Western Conference
Rk Western GP W L OL PTS GF GA Home Away Last 10
01 Predators 73 47 20 6 100 249 192 26-6-4 21-14-2 6-2-2
02 Ducks 73 43 18 12 98 236 190 25-6-8 18-12-4 7-1-2
03 Canucks 72 43 23 6 92 195 179 24-9-3 19-14-3 7-2-1
04 Red Wings 72 45 18 9 99 228 181 26-4-5 19-14-4 6-2-2
05 Sharks 73 44 25 4 92 222 177 21-12-3 23-13-1 6-1-3
06 Stars 72 43 24 5 91 194 175 25-10-2 18-14-3 5-3-2
07 Wild 73 42 24 7 91 209 179 23-6-4 19-18-3 7-1-2
08 Flames 72 37 25 10 84 231 200 28-7-2 9-18-8 5-4-1
09 Avalanche 72 37 29 6 80 238 224 20-14-3 17-15-3 8-1-1
10 Blues 71 30 29 12 72 188 217 17-17-3 13-12-9 4-3-3
11 Oilers 72 30 35 7 67 180 215 18-16-3 12-19-4 0-9-1
12 Kings 73 25 34 14 64 210 252 15-14-9 10-20-5 4-2-4
13 Blackhawks 71 27 35 9 63 179 225 14-16-4 13-19-5 5-5-0
14 Blue Jackets 72 28 37 7 63 177 224 15-16-4 13-21-3 4-5-1
15 Coyotes 72 28 40 4 60 194 251 15-18-2 13-22-2 2-7-1
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12.6 Syed Rasel to Sangakkara, OUT: What a delivery, completely fooled Sangakkara, first five delivery were the outswingers and now, this one comes in sharply, Sangakkara tries to left it and ball hits the off stump, top class bowling!

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Toronto lost against Montreal in SO. Play off hopes are basically over
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Toronto lost against Montreal in SO. Play off hopes are basically over
You sure its basically over ?

As of Tuesday March 20, Leafs are in a 3 way tie with Carolina and Montreal with 80 points, and also have a game in hand on the Canadiens. NYRangers are just one point up at the 7th spot. Heck, even the Lightning at 6th arent too far from reach with 84 pts. With 8/9 games still to go for these teams, I dont see how the playoff hopes are over for ANY of these teams, let alone for Toronto.

5 Points separate teams from the 6th spot to the 11th. The playoff matchups might as well be decided on the very last day of the regular, and any one of those afore-mentioned teams may or may not advance.
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What a race in the East. With the Western Conf playoff bound teams all but figured out (barring any Colorado miracle), it will be criminal to miss any bit on the Eastern side with 4 days left in the regular season.

Carolina and NYIslander are as good as out. NYRangers seem to have turned around and the 7th spot is now theirs to lose. That leaves a Toronto-Montreal showdown on Saturday, and the Leafs will have to win in regulation time to hop past the Habs. Toronto, ofcourse, will have to beat the Islanders on Thursday.

So call Thursday the cant-miss day, and Saturday the kill-it day! (Tigers, kill the Proteas that day too!! )

P.S. : Previous year's Stanley Cup finalists will be both out of the Playoffs, and thats a first in the history of NHL.
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2006-2007 Regular Season Standings (as of Apr 4, 2007)


Conference standings reflect the order in which teams would qualify for the playoffs. Division leaders (marked with a *) are automatically seeded first through third.
Eastern Conference
RK
GP W L OT PTS GF GA HOME AWAY L10
1 x - BUFFALO* 79 51 21 7 109 299 236 27-10-3 24-11-4 7-2-1
2 x - NEW JERSEY* 80 48 24 8 104 211 196 25-10-5 23-14-3 6-4-0
3 x - ATLANTA* 79 41 27 11 93 237 239 22-11-6 19-16-5 5-4-1
4 x - OTTAWA 80 47 24 9 103 280 216 25-12-3 22-12-6 7-1-2
5 x - PITTSBURGH 80 45 24 11 101 272 243 25-10-5 20-14-6 6-3-1
6 TAMPA BAY 80 44 32 4 92 249 251 22-17-1 22-15-3 5-5-0
7 NY RANGERS 80 41 29 10 92 238 213 20-15-5 21-14-5 7-1-2
8 MONTREAL 80 42 32 6 90 239 247 26-12-3 16-20-3 8-2-0

9 TORONTO 80 39 30 11 89 250 259 20-15-5 19-15-6 5-3-2
10 NY ISLANDERS 79 37 30 12 86 236 234 21-13-6 16-17-6 3-5-2
11 CAROLINA 80 39 33 8 86 235 245 20-15-4 19-18-4 5-5-0
12 FLORIDA 80 34 31 15 83 236 250 23-12-6 11-19-9 5-3-2
13 BOSTON 80 35 39 6 76 214 279 18-18-4 17-21-2 1-8-1
14 WASHINGTON 80 27 39 14 68 232 282 17-16-7 10-23-7 3-5-2
15 PHILADELPHIA 79 21 46 12 54 206 293 9-22-7 12-24-5 2-7-1

Western Conference
RK
GP W L OT PTS GF GA HOME AWAY L10
1 x - DETROIT* 80 49 19 12 110 245 194 28-4-8 21-15-4 5-2-3
2 x - ANAHEIM* 79 47 20 12 106 251 200 26-6-8 21-14-4 6-3-1
3 x - VANCOUVER* 79 48 24 7 103 216 192 26-10-4 22-14-3 7-1-2
4 x - NASHVILLE 80 49 23 8 106 264 209 27-8-5 22-15-3 3-5-2
5 x - SAN JOSE 79 49 26 4 102 248 190 24-12-3 25-14-1 8-1-1
6 x - DALLAS 79 48 25 6 102 220 192 26-11-2 22-14-4 7-2-1
7 x - MINNESOTA 80 46 26 8 100 227 190 27-7-5 19-19-3 7-2-1
8 CALGARY 79 43 26 10 96 250 213 30-8-2 13-18-8 6-4-0

9 COLORADO 79 42 30 7 91 261 243 21-15-3 21-15-4 8-1-1
10 ST LOUIS 80 34 33 13 81 212 245 18-19-4 16-14-9 5-4-1
11 COLUMBUS 80 32 41 7 71 196 244 17-18-4 15-23-3 4-6-0
12 CHICAGO 79 30 40 9 69 194 246 16-20-4 14-20-5 4-6-0
13 EDMONTON 80 31 42 7 69 192 243 19-19-3 12-23-4 1-8-1
14 LOS ANGELES 80 26 40 14 66 222 278 15-16-9 11-24-5 3-6-1
15 PHOENIX 79 29 45 5 63 208 278 16-20-3 13-25-2 1-7-2
x - clinched playoff spot y - clinched division z - clinched conference
p - clinched Presidents' Trophy (best record in NHL)

GP - Games Played W - Wins
L - Losses OT - OT/Shootout losses (worth one point)
PTS - Points
GF - Goals For GA - Goals Against
HOME - Home Record AWAY - Road Record
L10 - Record in last ten games
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I would love to play NJ in the 2-7, but i'd rather face Atlanta in the 3-6 match up, I think the Rangers can really take advantage of a team like ATL. If the NHL wants to survive in the USA, then some combination Pittsburgh/Rangers/Canadiens + Leafs need to play in the East Finals and Detroit and the Ducks are in the West Finals.

Because of the Stanley Cup Finals is Nashville vs Tampa the hockey might be great but Nashville and Tampa doesn't attract the average fan. But if it's Sid the Kid vs The Dominator in the Stanley Cup Finals = $$$$$$$$$$$ for the NHL.
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Because of the Stanley Cup Finals is Nashville vs Tampa the hockey might be great but Nashville and Tampa doesn't attract the average fan. But if it's Sid the Kid vs The Dominator in the Stanley Cup Finals = $$$$$$$$$$$ for the NHL.
Hockey coverage in the US is a farce really. All good hockey, and no good fan interest. Take tonight for example, the state of New York is host to a couple of frozen stages where Montreal takes on the Rangers in Manhattan and the Leafs play the Isles in Uniondale. But it's not exactly clear how much of New York is watching hockey while the hockey world is watching New York. Tsk tsk.

Why not give the game a gift by having necessary combinations of wins/losses tonight so that the Leafs and Habs can play a highly meaningful season finale on Saturday. Sky is the limit for TV ratings (+ fan interest) for such a showdown.
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