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Yup,,,, it's that time of year again. It's time to predict the conference standings. Who will make the POs. and who will fall by the wayside.

The Atlantic Division teams are: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, Florida Panthers, Montreal Canadiens, Ottawa Senators, Tampa Bay Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Red Wings have moved from the Western Conference to the Eastern.
The Metropolitan Division includes the three New York-area teams -- New York Rangers, New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils -- along with the Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins, Philadelphia Flyers, Carolina Hurricanes and Columbus Blue Jackets, who are joining the Red Wings in the move east.
The new Central Division in the Western Conference includes the Chicago Blackhawks, St. Louis Blues, Nashville Predators, Minnesota Wild, Colorado Avalanche, Dallas Stars and Winnipeg Jets, who are moving from the Eastern Conference to the Western.
The new Pacific Division includes the Los Angeles Kings, Anaheim Ducks, Phoenix Coyotes, San Jose Sharks, Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers

The East consists of the Atlantic Division and the ( :lol: ) Metropolitan Division. The West consists of the Central and Pacific Divisions.

Give it your best shot.

And NO, there is not any $$$, medal, trophy, ribbons, or awards handed out. :P

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Boston - Detroit - Toronto - Ottawa - Montreal - Tampa Bay - Florida - Buffalo

Pittsburgh - Washington - NY Rangers - NY Islanders - Philadelphia - New Jersey - Carolina - Columbus

St-Louis - Chicago - Minnesota - Winnipeg - Colorado - Dallas - Nashville

San - Jose - Vancouver - LA Kings - Anaheim - Edmonton - Pheonix - Calgary

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Bruins

Habs

Sens

Wings

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Laffs

Bolts

Sabres

Cats

Pens

Rags

Caps

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Isles

Flyers

Devils

Jackets

Canes

Chicago

St.Louis

Wild

Jets

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Stars

Preds

Avs

LA

Ducks

Nucks

Sharks

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Oil

Yotes

Flames

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Boston - Detroit - Toronto - Ottawa - Montreal - Tampa Bay - Florida - Buffalo

Pittsburgh - Washington - NY Rangers - NY Islanders - Philadelphia - New Jersey - Carolina - Columbus

St-Louis - Chicago - Minnesota - Winnipeg - Colorado - Dallas - Nashville

San - Jose - Vancouver - LA Kings - Anaheim - Edmonton - Pheonix - Calgary

Ditto

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Here are my picks:

  • Montreal, Boston, Detroit, Toronto, Ottawa, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, Florida.
  • Pittsburgh, Islanders, Washington, Rangers, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Carolina, Columbus.
  • Chicago, St. Louis, Winnipeg, Minnesota, Nashville, Colorado, Dallas.
  • Los Angeles, Vancouver, San Jose, Anaheim, Edmonton, Phoenix, Calgary

Stanley Cup Finals: Chicago over any Eastern team - Montreal, Boston, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Islanders.




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Boston, Detroit, Montreal, Ottawa, Tampa, Leafs, Buffalo, Florida

Pittsburgh, Rangers, Washington, Islanders, Philadelphia, NJ, Carolina, Colorado

Chicago, Minnesota, St Louis, Winnipeg, Columbus, Dallas, Nashville

San Jose, La Kings, Vancouver, Anaheim, Edmonton, Phoenix, Calgary

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Boston, Montreal, Detroit, Toronto, Ottawa, Tampa, Florida, Buffalo

Pittsburgh, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Washington, NY Islanders, Columbus, NJ, Carolina

St. Louis, Chicago, Minnesota, Winnipeg, Nashville, Colorado, Dallas

LA, Vancouver, Anaheim, San Jose, Edmonton, Phoenix, Calgary

Tor over Bos

Mtl over Det

Pit over Ott

NYR over Phi

Stl over Edm

Chi over Min

SJ over LA

Ana over Van

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Mtl over Tor

NYR over Pit

Stl over Chi

SJ over Ana

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NYR over Mtl

Stl over SJ

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NYR over Stl

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Boston, Montreal, Detroit, Toronto, Ottawa, Tampa, Florida, Buffalo

Pittsburgh, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Washington, NY Islanders, Columbus, NJ, Carolina

St. Louis, Chicago, Minnesota, Winnipeg, Nashville, Colorado, Dallas

LA, Vancouver, Anaheim, San Jose, Edmonton, Phoenix, Calgary

Tor over Bos

Mtl over Det

Pit over Ott

NYR over Phi

Stl over Edm

Chi over Min

SJ over LA

Ana over Van

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Mtl over Tor

NYR over Pit

Stl over Chi

SJ over Ana

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NYR over Mtl

Stl over SJ

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NYR over Stl

Wow! That prediction is quite ambitious. People have been singing the Rangers praises for several years now, but they continue to underachieve. Pittsburgh still looks to be the beasts of the East, and Montreal and the Islanders appear to be in ascendency. And Boston is still a very tough, physical, outfit. And the Red Wings figure to be a major factor, especially since they've moved from the tougher conference. They threw a major scare into the Blackhawks last season, and appear to be improved. St. Louis has a good team, but I just don't see anybody beating Chicago, both West and East. The Blackhawks are loaded. Not knocking your predictions or anything. It just struck me as being out there. But then, strange things have happened in the Stanley Cup Playoffs over the years, so you never know. You might be the one on the right path. I will agree with BigTed that there are so many really good teams in the Western Conference, and that's one reason the Red Wings will have a lot to say about who comes out of the East.

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2.Boston 4.Detroit 5.Montreal 8.Ottawa Toronto Tampa Buffalo Florida

1.Pittsburg 3.Rangers 6.Philadelphia 7.Washington New Jersey Islanders Columbus Carolina

1.Chicago 3.St.Louis 7.Winnipeg Minnesota Dallas Colorado Nashville

2.Anaheim 4.Los Angeles 5.Vancouver 6.San Jose 8.Edmonton Phoenix Calgary

Prediction: Montreal makes it 5th in the East and 2nd round of the playoffs.

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2.Boston 4.Montreal 5.Ottawa 8.Toronto Detriot Tampa Florida Buffalo

1.Pittsburg 3.Rangers 6.Washington 7.Carolina Philadelphia Islanders Columbus New Jersey

1.Chicago 3.St.Louis 5.Nashville Minnesota Winnipeg Colorado Dallas

2.Anaheim 4.Los Angeles 6.Vancouver 7.San Jose 8.Edmonton Phoenix Calgary

Prediction: Montreal makes it 4th in the East and 3rd round of the playoffs

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  • 2 weeks later...

Predicting The Montreal Canadiens New Division: Who Will Finish 1st?

http://awinninghabit.com/2013/09/24/predicting-montreal-canadiens-new-division-will-finish-1st/

The final predicted standings for the division are:

1st: Boston Bruins

2nd: Detroit Red Wings

3rd: Montreal Canadiens

4th: Ottawa Senators

5th: Tampa Bay Lightning

6th: Toronto Maple Leafs

7th: Buffalo Sabres

8th: Florida Panthers

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1. Boston - 3. Detroit - 5. Ottawa - 6. Montreal - Toronto - Tampa Bay - Buffalo - Florida

2. Pittsburgh - 4. Washington - 7. NY Rangers - 8. NY Islanders - Columbus - Philadelphia - Carolina - New Jersey

Boston over NY Islanders

Pittsburgh over NY Rangers

Detroit over Montreal

Ottawa over Washington

Boston over Ottawa

Detroit over Pittsburgh

Detroit over Boston

Detroit over Chicago

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1. Boston - 3. Detroit - 5. Ottawa - 6. Montreal - Toronto - Tampa Bay - Buffalo - Florida

2. Pittsburgh - 4. Washington - 7. NY Rangers - 8. NY Islanders - Columbus - Philadelphia - Carolina - New Jersey

Boston over NY Islanders

Pittsburgh over NY Rangers

Detroit over Montreal

Ottawa over Washington

Boston over Ottawa

Detroit over Pittsburgh

Detroit over Boston

Detroit over Chicago

Wow Detriot over Montreal,Pittsburgh, Boston then Chicago.. Those old bodies better hold up :P

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1. Boston - 3. Detroit - 5. Ottawa - 6. Montreal - Toronto - Tampa Bay - Buffalo - Florida

2. Pittsburgh - 4. Washington - 7. NY Rangers - 8. NY Islanders - Columbus - Philadelphia - Carolina - New Jersey

Boston over NY Islanders

Pittsburgh over NY Rangers

Detroit over Montreal

Ottawa over Washington

Boston over Ottawa

Detroit over Pittsburgh

Detroit over Boston

Detroit over Chicago

They've got some good young bodies, too. But not enough to win the Stanley Cup. But they will have a say in who does.

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BigTed3, on 14 Sept 2013 - 13:29, said:snapback.png

Boston, Montreal, Detroit, Toronto, Ottawa, Tampa, Florida, Buffalo

Montreal 2nd

2. Montreal Canadiens - The Habs have much the same roster as last year, but the most important piece they picked up this past season was experience. A Calder nomination, a Norris trophy, a Division title and an early playoff exit are all valuable assets heading into this season. Defensively the Canadiens need to stay composed and play the game simpler. Killing penalties was an issue last season, however if the game against the Sabres (not the Bruins, yikes) was an foreshadowing, we can expect the Habs to be miles better than last year using the box instead of the diamond while a man short. As long as Price returns to form, the high scoring Canadiens will again find themselves in second place in the East.

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  1. Late to the game (what else is new)

That Metropolitan Division is just really sad (give it to the Pens already, will ya)

The only thing possibly sadder is the name of the Division ("Metropolitan" :rolleyes: ) Like, didn't he used to play for the Habs? :huh:

Boston - Montreal - Toronto - Detroit - Tampa Bay - Ottawa - Buffalo - Florida

Pittsburgh - NY Islanders - Washington - NY Rangers - Columbus - Philadelphia - Carolina - New Jersey

St. Louis - Chicago - Colorado - Minnesota - Dallas - Winnipeg - Nashville

San Jose - Anaheim - LA Kings - Calgary - Vancouver - Phoenix - Edmonton

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