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N4L wrote:
wprager wrote:
N4L wrote:I think Ottawa might be.

Ooh, interesting. I'm getting a little bit hopeful (and damn you N4L and CC if you turn out to be wrong).

Boston had basically their full lineup on Friday and we dominated. (by all accounts).

With a weak schedual Ottawa has a chance to not only get off to a hot start but rip up the regular season.

It was beautiful man. Immediately put me at ease...

They didn't have a number of regulars though, so I wouldn't call it their full lineup.

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CCgotITcovered wrote:
N4L wrote:
wprager wrote:
N4L wrote:I think Ottawa might be.

Ooh, interesting. I'm getting a little bit hopeful (and damn you N4L and CC if you turn out to be wrong).

Boston had basically their full lineup on Friday and we dominated. (by all accounts).

With a weak schedual Ottawa has a chance to not only get off to a hot start but rip up the regular season.

It was beautiful man. Immediately put me at ease...

They didn't have a number of regulars though, so I wouldn't call it their full lineup.

Actually they were missing Bergeron, Ryder, Krejci, Sturm, Wheeler, Kobasew, Recchi, Begin, Wideman, Ference, Stuart.

Some of those names, for sure, are pretty good players.

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N4L wrote:
wprager wrote:
N4L wrote:I think Ottawa might be.

Ooh, interesting. I'm getting a little bit hopeful (and damn you N4L and CC if you turn out to be wrong).

Boston had basically their full lineup on Friday and we dominated. (by all accounts).

With a weak schedual Ottawa has a chance to not only get off to a hot start but rip up the regular season.

Well technically not all accounts since we didn't dominate on the score board haha. I get your point though.

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wprager wrote:
CCgotITcovered wrote:
N4L wrote:
wprager wrote:
N4L wrote:I think Ottawa might be.

Ooh, interesting. I'm getting a little bit hopeful (and damn you N4L and CC if you turn out to be wrong).

Boston had basically their full lineup on Friday and we dominated. (by all accounts).

With a weak schedual Ottawa has a chance to not only get off to a hot start but rip up the regular season.

It was beautiful man. Immediately put me at ease...

They didn't have a number of regulars though, so I wouldn't call it their full lineup.

Actually they were missing Bergeron, Ryder, Krejci, Sturm, Wheeler, Kobasew, Recchi, Begin, Wideman, Ference, Stuart.

Some of those names, for sure, are pretty good players.


SHHH!!! I'm trying to keep a positive spin on it!

...

The Sens still looked real good and I stand by what I said.

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CCgotITcovered wrote:
N4L wrote:
wprager wrote:
N4L wrote:I think Ottawa might be.

Ooh, interesting. I'm getting a little bit hopeful (and damn you N4L and CC if you turn out to be wrong).

Boston had basically their full lineup on Friday and we dominated. (by all accounts).

With a weak schedual Ottawa has a chance to not only get off to a hot start but rip up the regular season.

It was beautiful man. Immediately put me at ease...

They didn't have a number of regulars though, so I wouldn't call it their full lineup.

I was out of town, didnt see the game. Saw Chara and Thomas and dropped the gun.

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Even as the Sens dominated the first 2 periods, you could see the Bruins sticking to their system and slowly giving themselves chances to win. This week is SO important to this team. They have to be able to bury their chances early in a game so teams can't start gearing up for a 3rd period comeback. Especially with our average D, we need to bury the biscuit early and often.

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For sure practice this week and the first couple months of the season will determine where this team is likely headed. I know stating the obvious but what the heck I'm having a sleep Jeff moment for those Team1200 listeners out there.


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My prediction vs. current standings.

Cap'n Clutch

WEST

Detroit
Anaheim
Vancouver
San Jose
Chicago
Calgary
Columbus
Minnesota
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Nashville
St. Louis
Edmonton
Dallas
Phoenix
Los Angeles
Colorado

EAST

Boston
Philadelphia
Washington
Pittsburgh
New Jersey
Carolina
Ottawa
New York Rangers
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Montreal
Florida
Buffalo
Tampa Bay
Toronto
New York Isles
Atlanta
Current standings

Western Conference

1. San Jose
2. Colorado
3. Chicago
4. Calgary
5.Los Angeles
6. Phoenix
7.Nashville
8.Dallas
9.Detroit
10.Vancouver
11.Columbus
12.Edmonton
13.St. Louis
14.Minnesota
15.Anaheim

Eastern Conference

1. Washington
2. New Jersey
3.Boston
4.Pittsburgh
5.Buffalo
6.Atlanta
7.Ottawa
8.Montreal
9.Tampa Bay
10.Philadelphia
11.NY Rangers
12. NY Islanders
13.Florida
14.Toronto
15.Carolina


LEGEND:
Blue = correct in terms of making or not making the playoffs
Red = exactly correct position

I know it's early but this update doesn't look good for me. I didn't do too bad in the East in terms of who I thought would make the playoffs and who I thought wouldn't but only got Washington and NY Isles exactly correct. As for the West? Only 4 correctly predicted in the playoffs and 3 correctly predicted out of the playoffs (1 exactly correct) out of 15. It's still really early so who knows. Just goes to show just how many early surprises there have been for me.

Updated: OK so I've got almost all of the East right in terms of making or not making the playoffs in the latest snap shot. The West? Wow I'm way off here.



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I thought I had time on my hands, but you take the cake, Clutch Smile


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wprager wrote:I thought I had time on my hands, but you take the cake, Clutch NHL Standings for 09/10 season heading into the playoffs - Page 8 Icon_smile

that's those government workers for you NHL Standings for 09/10 season heading into the playoffs - Page 8 668437 *runs aways and hides*

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Well, for those that took the time to make predictions you can compare with the current standings since I posted them for you all to see. As to Prages and SF71 - Razz


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NHL Standings for 09/10 season heading into the playoffs - Page 8 725835

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N4L wrote:Hmmmm

Washington
Pitts
Boston
Philly
Ottawa
Carolina
Tampa
NJ

Montreal
Buffalo
Florida
NYR
Atlanta
Toronto
NYI

Meh, not too bad.

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N4L wrote:Chicago
Anahiem
Vancouver
Detroit
Calgary
SJ
Dallas
Columbus

Nashville
Minnisota
Edmonton
St Louis
LA
Colorado
Pheonix

LA will make it for sure.

SensGirl11

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Again, I know it's early but we'll keep track throughout the season.

As of today these are the standings.

Conference Standings
East

1. New Jersey - 28 Points
2. Washington Capitals - 28 Points
3. Buffalo Sabres - 25 Points
4. Pittsburgh Penguins - 28 Points
5. Philadelphia Flyers - 23 Points
6. New York Rangers - 23 Points
7. New York Islanders - 23 Points
8. Tampa Bay Lighting - 22 Points

9. Atlanta Thrashers - 21 Points
10. Boston Bruins - 20 Points
11. Ottawa Senators - 19 Points
12. Montreal Canadiens - 18 Points
13. Florida Panthers - 16 Points
14. Toronto Maple Leafs - 11 Points
15. Carolina Hurricanes - 10 Points

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Colorado too, no? Even Phoenix looks pretty good. NHL Standings for 09/10 season heading into the playoffs - Page 8 270956

Yet more proof that pre-season predictions are useless.

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asq2 wrote:Colorado too, no? Even Phoenix looks pretty good. NHL Standings for 09/10 season heading into the playoffs - Page 8 270956

Yet more proof that pre-season predictions are useless.

Colorado nor Pheonix will make the playoffs, haha.

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asq2 wrote:Colorado too, no? Even Phoenix looks pretty good. NHL Standings for 09/10 season heading into the playoffs - Page 8 270956

Yet more proof that pre-season predictions are useless.

No one ever thought they'd be useful did they? I did this for fun.


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