Canucks are in an interesting situation. They are on the outside, tied with the Preds (games played, points, ROWs) and 2 back of the Jets, with 2 games in hand.
They don't get in on winning percentage, but rolling back to 68 games gets really interesting. Jets won their last 2 in regulation, so they drop to 76 points and 32 ROWs. Preds won their last game in regulation so they drop to 76 points and 31 ROWs. Vancouver won their last one in a shootout so they drop to 76 points and 32 ROWs. That would eliminate the Preds and leave the Jets and Canucks with the same number of points and ROWs. Next tiebreaker is points in head to head competition, omitting the first home game results for the team that has the extra home game. Canucks have only played 2 games against Winnipeg, both regulation losses, both on the road. They were supposed to play them at home on March 15.
Technically that means they are behind even after dropping the results of the first game. But if they were to win the postponed game then it would go to the next tiebreaker - goal differential.
Jets are ahead by 2 (+13 vs. +11) but the two games to roll them back to 68 they won both 4-2, while Vancouver's 69th was a shootout win. Not sure if you get a +1 differential for a SOW but, even if you do, the swing would be 3 points, putting Vancouver in. Preds are put regardless.
You'd better believe they all want a play-in of some kind.