Who will be where at the end of the year?

Ok I know it’s way to early for this, but there nothing else to post

Eastern Conference:

1. Buffalo Sabres
2. Atlanta Thrashers
3. New York Rangers
4. Ottawa Senators
5. Montreal Canadians
6. Toronto Maple Leafs
7. Carolina Hurricanes
8. Boston Bruins

9. New York Islanders
10. New Jersey Devils
11. Pittsburgh Penguins
12. Washington Capitals
13. Tampa Bay Lightning
14. Philadelphia Flyers
15. Floraida Panthers

Western Conference

1. Anaheim Mighty Ducks
2. Minnesota Wild
3. Detroit Red Wings
4. San Jose Sharks
5. Dallas Stars
6. Calgary Flames
7. Vancouver Canucks
8. Edmonton Oilers

9. Colorado Avalanche
10. Nashville Predators
11. Columbus Blue Jackets
12. Los Angeles Kings
13. Chicago Black Hawks
14. St Louis Blues
15. Phoenix Coyotes

The reason I think Nashville won’t make just in case anyone thinks i’m a total idiot, is because Vokoun is out for 6 months, and Arnott will be out like another 4 weeks, and I think they will run into more injury trouble.

Scoring leaders

1. Jaromir Jagr
2. Sidney Crosby
3. Ilya Kovalchuk
4. Marion Hossa
5. Dany Heatley
6. Alexander Ovechkin
7. Maxim Afinogenov
8. Daniel Briere
9. Joe Thornton
10. Petr Sykora
11. Evgeni Malkin
12. Patrick Marleau
13. Jason Spezza
14. Teemu Selanne
15. Thomas Vanek
16. Rod Brinad amour
17. Michael Nylander
18. Martin St Louis
19. Jarome Iginla
20. Henrik Sedin
21. Brenden Shannahan
22. Eric Staal
23. Daniel Sedin
24. Martin Straka
25. Chris Pronger

Goals against average leaders

1. Vesa Toskela
2. Mikka Kiprusoff
3. J.S Gigure
4. Roberto Luongo
5. Marty Turco
6. Martin Broduer
7. Dwayne Roloson
8. Ryan Miller
9. Dominik Hasek
10. Evgeni Nabokov


58 Responses to Who will be where at the end of the year?

  1. mojo19 says:

    Sorry Bud, but you need an Atlantic division team in the top three, that puts Montreal in 4th.

  2. mojo19 says:

    wow, someone besides me finally gave the Islander credit. If not for the injury to Yashin, they probably would still be leading that division. But hey, they still might.

    1. Buffalo
    2. Atlanta
    3. New York Islanders
    4. Carolina
    5. Ottawa
    6. Toronto
    7. Montreal
    8. New Jersey

    9. Rangers
    10. Penguins
    11. Lightning
    12.Capitols
    13.Bruins
    14. Flyers
    15. Florida

  3. mojo19 says:

    Minnesota does have a solid team though. Sorry to tell you but this is more than a hot start. they've got great goaltending from both guys, and scoring from everywhere.

    wild players with atleast 5 goals so far:
    Rolston
    Dupuis
    Bouchard
    White
    Koivu
    Demitra
    Parrish

    Gaborik has 4 in 7 games, get him in the line up and they're a rock solid team

    Granted Colorado has 9 players with atleast 5 goals so far, and solid goaltending too. Your team is good but don't take away from Minnesota.

  4. 19AVSFANFoLIFE19 says:

    i heard that same thing for the last 3 years. its more then a hot start they are for real. what happened?

  5. peataters says:

    leafs are bottom feeders
    so them and the bruins will struggle
    devils won't struggle too badly

  6. peataters says:

    what are you on buddy?
    edomton's top of the divison
    philly's not giving up foresberg espically a tteam that has nothing good to give up

  7. peataters says:

    oilers are making it over colorado and the nucks

  8. mojo19 says:

    They have a better team now then any of the last 3 years. Actually, on paper this is their best team in franchise history including the year they made the Western finals (which was mostly just hard working guys and outstanding coaching). I stand by that Lemaire is the smartest hockey mind out of any NHL coach today. Maybe not the best coach, but defenitely one of them and the smartest hockey mind for sure. That being said, I love Joel Quenneville, hes the first coach in Avs history I don't hate.

    But in that division, I still would put Calgary-Minnesota as 1 and 2, and not necessarily in that order, then The Avs or Edmonton fighting for third, then terrible Vancouver.

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