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Apr 23, 2017 at 3:51
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Here are my predictions for next season, though the points may be a little off, as they might not be possible for every team to end up with this amount of points, but if not, i'm guessing the points will be somewhere around here. So this is my prediction for next season:

Atlantic:
1 - Ottawa Senators 107 Points
2 - Toronto Maple Leafs 102 Points
3 - Montreal Canadiens 100 Points
4 (2nd WC) - Buffalo Sabres 92 Points
5 - Tampa Bay Lightning 92 Points
6 - Detroit Red Wings 90 Points
7 - Boston Bruins 88 Points
8 - Florida Panthers 83 Points

Metropolitan:
1 - Columbus Blue Jackets 117 Points
2 - New York Rangers 108 Points
3 - Washington Capitals 97 Points
4 (1st WC) - New York Islanders 93 Points
5 - Pittsburgh Penguins 91 Points
6 - Carolina Hurricanes 90 Points
7 - New Jersey Devils 89 Points
8 - Philadelphia Flyers 70 Points

Central:
1 - Minnesota Wild 102 Points
2 - Winnipeg Jets 99 Points
3 - Nashville Predators 98 Points
4 - St. Louis Blues 86 Points
5 - Chicago Blackhawks 86 Points
6 - Colorado Avalanche 71 Points
7 - Dallas Stars 60 Points

Pacific:
1 - San Jose Sharks 120 Points
2 - Arizona Coyotes 99 Points
3 - Calgary Flames 99 Points
4 (1st WC) - Edmonton Oilers 95 Points
5 (2nd WC) - Los Angeles Kings 94 Points
6 - Anaheim Ducks - 94 Points
7 - Vancouver Canucks 85 Points
8 - Vegas Golden Knights 72 Points

Playoffs:
Islanders over Senators in 7 (NYI, OTT, OTT, OTT, NYI, NYI, NYI - Who wins each game in order)
Maple Leafs over Canadiens in 6 (TOR, TOR, MTL, TOR, MTL, TOR)
Blue Jackets over Sabres in 5 (BUF, CBJ, CBJ, CBJ, CBJ)
Rangers over Capitals in 5 (NYR, WSH, NYR, NYR, NYR)
Oilers over Wild in 6 (MIN, MIN, EDM, EDM, EDM, EDM)
Jets over Predators in 6 (WPG, WPG, WPG, NSH, NSH, WPG)
Kings over Sharks in 6 (LAK, LAK, SJS, LAK, SJS, LAK)
Flames over Coyotes in 7 (ARI, CGY, CGY, ARI, ARI, CGY, CGY)
Round 2:
Islanders over Maple Leafs in 6 (TOR, NYI, TOR, NYI, NYI, NYI)
Blue Jackets over Rangers in 5 (CBJ, NYR, CBJ, CBJ, CBJ)
Oilers over Jets in 7 (WPG, WPG, EDM, EDM, WPG, EDM, EDM)
Flames over Kings in 7 (CGY, CGY, LAK, LAK, CGY, LAK, CGY)
Round 3:
Blue Jackets over Islanders in 6 (CBJ, NYI, NYI, CBJ, CBJ, CBJ)
Oilers over Flames in 7 (EDM, EDM, CGY, CGY, CGY, EDM, EDM)
Stanley Cup Finals:
Game 1: CBJ Goal, CBJ Goal, CBJ Goal - 3-0 CBJ
Game 2: EDM Goal, CBJ Goal, CBJ Goal - 2-1 CBJ
Game 3: EDM Goal, EDM Goal, CBJ Goal, CBJ Goal, OT - 3-2 EDM OT
Game 4: EDM Goal, EDM Goal, EDM Goal, EDM Goal, EDM Goal - 5-0 EDM
Game 5: EDM Goal - 1-0 EDM
Game 6: OT - 1-0 CBJ OT
Game 7: EDM Goal, CBJ Goal, EDM Goal, CBJ Goal, EDM Goal - 3-2 EDM
Oilers in 7 (CBJ, CBJ, EDM, EDM, EDM, CBJ, EDM)
Stanley Cup Champions: Edmonton Oilers
Conn Smythe Trophy: Connor McDavid

Hart Trophy: Connor McDavid, Edmonton Oilers (Brent Burns, Drew Doughty)
Norris Trophy: Brent Burns, San Jose Sharks (Drew Doughty, Roman Josi)
Selke Trophy: Anke Kopitar, Los Angeles Kings (Patrice Bergeron, Mikael Backlund)
Vezina Trophy: Braden Holtby, Washington Capitals (Sergei Bobrovsky, Henrik Lundqvist)
Lady Byng Trophy: Johnny Gaudreau, Calgary Flames (Jiri Hudler, Anse Kopitar)
Art Ross Trophy: Connor McDavid (113 Points)
Mark Messier Leadership Award: John Tavares, New York Islanders (Jonathan Toews, Alexander Ovechkin)
Calder Trophy (Rookie Of The Year): Dylan Strome, Arizona Coyotes (Nico Hischier, Pierre-Luc Dubois)

What do you guys think?
Apr 23, 2017 at 4:28
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And also, i forgot to mention that you may post your predictions here, but you don't have to.
Apr 23, 2017 at 4:29
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Have to wait to see what happens during free agency before ill make any predictions
Apr 23, 2017 at 5:19
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Have to wait to see what happens during free agency before ill make any predictions


yeah, it was hard for me to predict as i don't know who will be playing where. I picked Hischier as up for rookie of the year though i don't know where he'll be playing.
Apr 23, 2017 at 10:29
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Would love to see Winnipeg that high lol and it's possible if we shore up the d. I think Florida will be much higher if they are healthy this year, Columbus isn't that good and will probably regress next year, same with Sharks. Also I doubt Arizona makes that leap they are still gonna be **** doesn't matter how many elite prospects they have.
Apr 23, 2017 at 11:09
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Would love to see Winnipeg that high lol and it's possible if we shore up the d. I think Florida will be much higher if they are healthy this year, Columbus isn't that good and will probably regress next year, same with Sharks. Also I doubt Arizona makes that leap they are still gonna be **** doesn't matter how many elite prospects they have.


Yeah, i guess you could be right with the coyotes, but i think they'll be good in the next few years, if not next year. Like, their prospects are Dylan Strome, Nick Merkley, Clayton Keller, Tyler Gaudet, Christian Fishcer, and more, but then young players coming into the league - Jakob Chychrun, Anthony Duclair, Max Domi, Lawson Crouse, Christian Dvorak, Brendan Perlini, Connor Murphy, and you get it. I think they have a GREAT future, though they're horrible now.
Apr 23, 2017 at 11:38
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Would love to see Winnipeg that high lol and it's possible if we shore up the d. I think Florida will be much higher if they are healthy this year, Columbus isn't that good and will probably regress next year, same with Sharks. Also I doubt Arizona makes that leap they are still gonna be **** doesn't matter how many elite prospects they have.


Yeah, i guess you could be right with the coyotes, but i think they'll be good in the next few years, if not next year. Like, their prospects are Dylan Strome, Nick Merkley, Clayton Keller, Tyler Gaudet, Christian Fishcer, and more, but then young players coming into the league - Jakob Chychrun, Anthony Duclair, Max Domi, Lawson Crouse, Christian Dvorak, Brendan Perlini, Connor Murphy, and you get it. I think they have a GREAT future, though they're horrible now.


They won't spend money because they don't make any so I doubt they will be good until those things change.
Apr 23, 2017 at 11:39
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Yeah, i guess you could be right with the coyotes, but i think they'll be good in the next few years, if not next year. Like, their prospects are Dylan Strome, Nick Merkley, Clayton Keller, Tyler Gaudet, Christian Fishcer, and more, but then young players coming into the league - Jakob Chychrun, Anthony Duclair, Max Domi, Lawson Crouse, Christian Dvorak, Brendan Perlini, Connor Murphy, and you get it. I think they have a GREAT future, though they're horrible now.


They won't spend money because they don't make any so I doubt they will be good until those things change.


Wait, what do you mean? There is a salary cap.
May 2, 2017 at 1:50
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not bad. A couple of disagreements but not everyone can have the same thoughts I guess. Disagree with Tampa and Pitt both missing. Same with Anaheim missing it over a team like Zona
May 2, 2017 at 2:13
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not bad. A couple of disagreements but not everyone can have the same thoughts I guess. Disagree with Tampa and Pitt both missing. Same with Anaheim missing it over a team like Zona


Yeah, i think Tampa Bay might do good but i really think they might be falling off. Pittsburgh has injuries and free agency, and Anaheim just wastes all their time annoying the other team. I think Arizona is getting better though with their great prospects. What do you think of the oilers winning the cup?
May 2, 2017 at 2:17
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not bad. A couple of disagreements but not everyone can have the same thoughts I guess. Disagree with Tampa and Pitt both missing. Same with Anaheim missing it over a team like Zona


Yeah, i think Tampa Bay might do good but i really think they might be falling off. Pittsburgh has injuries and free agency, and Anaheim just wastes all their time annoying the other team. I think Arizona is getting better though with their great prospects. What do you think of the oilers winning the cup?


I think they have a good shot at it IMO. Mcdavid is excelling like crazy plus he has a lot of support behind him
May 2, 2017 at 2:18
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Yeah, i think Tampa Bay might do good but i really think they might be falling off. Pittsburgh has injuries and free agency, and Anaheim just wastes all their time annoying the other team. I think Arizona is getting better though with their great prospects. What do you think of the oilers winning the cup?


I think they have a good shot at it IMO. Mcdavid is excelling like crazy plus he has a lot of support behind him


Yeah, i think they could win the cup next year. Now i read somewhere that the Oilers might sign Tavares ... could you see that happening? Because it doesn't make sense to me.
May 2, 2017 at 2:42
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan
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I think they have a good shot at it IMO. Mcdavid is excelling like crazy plus he has a lot of support behind him


Yeah, i think they could win the cup next year. Now i read somewhere that the Oilers might sign Tavares ... could you see that happening? Because it doesn't make sense to me.


Makes sense to me. Would be crazy and insane but yeah it could work. You would McDavid and Draisaitl beside each other. Tavares behind McDavid. Trade Nuge for either more D help or move him to the wing. But Klefbom and Larsson are absolute studs.
May 2, 2017 at 4:57
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Yeah, i think they could win the cup next year. Now i read somewhere that the Oilers might sign Tavares ... could you see that happening? Because it doesn't make sense to me.


Makes sense to me. Would be crazy and insane but yeah it could work. You would McDavid and Draisaitl beside each other. Tavares behind McDavid. Trade Nuge for either more D help or move him to the wing. But Klefbom and Larsson are absolute studs.


Why does everyone think they still need help on D? They acquired Adam Larsson!
And no, the Oilers are one of the least likely teams to sign Tavares in my opinion. They wouldn't offer him much money and he'd be the 2nd line centre. Not happening if you ask me.
May 2, 2017 at 8:37
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Here are my regular season predictions:

Atlantic:
1. Tampa Bay Lighting
2. Toronto Maple Leafs
3. Ottawa Senators
4. Florida Panthers (2nd WC)
5. Montreal Canadiens
6. Buffalo Sabres
7. Boston Bruins
8. Detroit Red Wings

Metro:
1. Pittsburgh Penguins
2. New York Rangers
3. Columbus Blue Jackets
4. Washington Capitals (1st WC)
5. Philadelphia Flyers
6. New York Islanders
7. Carolina Hurricanes
8. New Jersey Devils

Central:
1. Nashville Predators
2. Chicago Blackhawks
3. St. Louis Blues
4. Winnipeg Jets (1st WC)
5. Minnesota Wild
6. Dallas Stars
7. Colorado Avalanche

Pacific:
1. Edmonton Oilers
2. Calgary Flames
3. Anaheim Ducks
4. San Jose Sharks (2nd WC)
5. Arizona Coyotes
6. Vancouver Canucks
7. Los Angeles Kings
8. Vegas Golden Knights

PREDATORS beat BLUE JACKETS in the finals
May 2, 2017 at 9:48
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Here are my regular season predictions:

Atlantic:
1. Tampa Bay Lighting
2. Toronto Maple Leafs
3. Ottawa Senators
4. Florida Panthers (2nd WC)
5. Montreal Canadiens
6. Buffalo Sabres
7. Boston Bruins
8. Detroit Red Wings

Metro:
1. Pittsburgh Penguins
2. New York Rangers
3. Columbus Blue Jackets
4. Washington Capitals (1st WC)
5. Philadelphia Flyers
6. New York Islanders
7. Carolina Hurricanes
8. New Jersey Devils

Central:
1. Nashville Predators
2. Chicago Blackhawks
3. St. Louis Blues
4. Winnipeg Jets (1st WC)
5. Minnesota Wild
6. Dallas Stars
7. Colorado Avalanche

Pacific:
1. Edmonton Oilers
2. Calgary Flames
3. Anaheim Ducks
4. San Jose Sharks (2nd WC)
5. Arizona Coyotes
6. Vancouver Canucks
7. Los Angeles Kings
8. Vegas Golden Knights

PREDATORS beat BLUE JACKETS in the finals


ok, thanks for your predictions!
May 3, 2017 at 12:13
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Makes sense to me. Would be crazy and insane but yeah it could work. You would McDavid and Draisaitl beside each other. Tavares behind McDavid. Trade Nuge for either more D help or move him to the wing. But Klefbom and Larsson are absolute studs.


Why does everyone think they still need help on D? They acquired Adam Larsson!
And no, the Oilers are one of the least likely teams to sign Tavares in my opinion. They wouldn't offer him much money and he'd be the 2nd line centre. Not happening if you ask me.


As of right now, they still do need help back there. They need a quarterback. They dont have one right now. In 3 years that's when that whole D corps develops. Klefbom is gonna be a Norris trophy candidate.
May 3, 2017 at 12:18
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Why does everyone think they still need help on D? They acquired Adam Larsson!
And no, the Oilers are one of the least likely teams to sign Tavares in my opinion. They wouldn't offer him much money and he'd be the 2nd line centre. Not happening if you ask me.


As of right now, they still do need help back there. They need a quarterback. They dont have one right now. In 3 years that's when that whole D corps develops. Klefbom is gonna be a Norris trophy candidate.


I don't think Klefbom will ever be up for the norris trophy, but i think he'll be really good for years.
May 3, 2017 at 12:49
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As of right now, they still do need help back there. They need a quarterback. They dont have one right now. In 3 years that's when that whole D corps develops. Klefbom is gonna be a Norris trophy candidate.


I don't think Klefbom will ever be up for the norris trophy, but i think he'll be really good for years.


Hedman was the exact same at his point of development.
May 3, 2017 at 1:05
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I don't think Klefbom will ever be up for the norris trophy, but i think he'll be really good for years.


Hedman was the exact same at his point of development.


Yeah, but that doesn't exactly mean Klefbom will do what Hedman did.
May 3, 2017 at 10:30
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I will definetly do one once FA are done but here is an early prediction

Atlantic:
Tampa bay
Ottawa
Toronto
Montreal*
Boston
Florida
Buffalo
Detroit

Metro:
Pittsburgh
Rangers
Columbus
Washington*
Islanders
Hurricanes
Flyers
Devils

Central:
Nashville
Chicago
Winnipeg
St. Louis*
Minnesota
Colorado
Dallas

Pacific:
Edmonton
Anaheim
San Jose
Calgary*
Los Angelas
Arizona
Vancouver
Vegas

Pittsburgh over Montreal in 6
Rangers over Columbus in 7
Tampa over Washington in 7
Toronto over Ottawa in 6

Edmonton over St. Louis in 5
Anaheim over San Jose in 5
Nashville over Calgary in 4
Winnipeg over Chicago in 7

Pittsburgh over Rangers in 6
Tampa over Toronto in 7
Edmonton over Anaheim in 7
Nashville over Winnipeg in 6

Pittsburgh over Tampa in 6
Edmonton over Nashville in 7

Pittsburgh over Edmonton in 7

Art Ross: Mcdavid ( Crosby,Schieffle)
Norris: Karlsonn ( Subban, Hedman)
Vezina: Rinne ( Murray, Talbot)
Calder: McCavoy ( Strome, Patrick)
Conn Smythe: Malkin ( Crosby, McDavid)
Lady Byng: Gaudreau ( Atkinson, McDavid)
Maurice Richard: Laine ( Stamkos, Tarasenko)
Hart: McDavid ( Crosby, Karlsonn)
Selke: Kesler ( Kadri, Toews)
May 3, 2017 at 12:11
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan
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Hedman was the exact same at his point of development.


Yeah, but that doesn't exactly mean Klefbom will do what Hedman did.


Fair enough.
May 3, 2017 at 1:44
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I will definetly do one once FA are done but here is an early prediction

Atlantic:
Tampa bay
Ottawa
Toronto
Montreal*
Boston
Florida
Buffalo
Detroit

Metro:
Pittsburgh
Rangers
Columbus
Washington*
Islanders
Hurricanes
Flyers
Devils

Central:
Nashville
Chicago
Winnipeg
St. Louis*
Minnesota
Colorado
Dallas

Pacific:
Edmonton
Anaheim
San Jose
Calgary*
Los Angelas
Arizona
Vancouver
Vegas

Pittsburgh over Montreal in 6
Rangers over Columbus in 7
Tampa over Washington in 7
Toronto over Ottawa in 6

Edmonton over St. Louis in 5
Anaheim over San Jose in 5
Nashville over Calgary in 4
Winnipeg over Chicago in 7

Pittsburgh over Rangers in 6
Tampa over Toronto in 7
Edmonton over Anaheim in 7
Nashville over Winnipeg in 6

Pittsburgh over Tampa in 6
Edmonton over Nashville in 7

Pittsburgh over Edmonton in 7

Art Ross: Mcdavid ( Crosby,Schieffle)
Norris: Karlsonn ( Subban, Hedman)
Vezina: Rinne ( Murray, Talbot)
Calder: McCavoy ( Strome, Patrick)
Conn Smythe: Malkin ( Crosby, McDavid)
Lady Byng: Gaudreau ( Atkinson, McDavid)
Maurice Richard: Laine ( Stamkos, Tarasenko)
Hart: McDavid ( Crosby, Karlsonn)
Selke: Kesler ( Kadri, Toews)


It looks pretty realistic to me. A few things i disagree with are Rinne and Karlsson getting the Norris and Vezina. But also, no Burns? No Doughty? No Josi or McDonagh? I, myself, don't see Subban being up for the norris but that's just me. But overall nothing seems too far off to me except one thing i really don't agree with: McAvoy winning the Calder Trophy. It just doesn't make sense to me why he would win it when Strome, Patrick, Hischier, etc will all be coming into the league. I, myself, think Strome will win it, but that's just me.
May 3, 2017 at 4:23
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan
Quoting: Rodzikhockey93
I will definetly do one once FA are done but here is an early prediction

Atlantic:
Tampa bay
Ottawa
Toronto
Montreal*
Boston
Florida
Buffalo
Detroit

Metro:
Pittsburgh
Rangers
Columbus
Washington*
Islanders
Hurricanes
Flyers
Devils

Central:
Nashville
Chicago
Winnipeg
St. Louis*
Minnesota
Colorado
Dallas

Pacific:
Edmonton
Anaheim
San Jose
Calgary*
Los Angelas
Arizona
Vancouver
Vegas

Pittsburgh over Montreal in 6
Rangers over Columbus in 7
Tampa over Washington in 7
Toronto over Ottawa in 6

Edmonton over St. Louis in 5
Anaheim over San Jose in 5
Nashville over Calgary in 4
Winnipeg over Chicago in 7

Pittsburgh over Rangers in 6
Tampa over Toronto in 7
Edmonton over Anaheim in 7
Nashville over Winnipeg in 6

Pittsburgh over Tampa in 6
Edmonton over Nashville in 7

Pittsburgh over Edmonton in 7

Art Ross: Mcdavid ( Crosby,Schieffle)
Norris: Karlsonn ( Subban, Hedman)
Vezina: Rinne ( Murray, Talbot)
Calder: McCavoy ( Strome, Patrick)
Conn Smythe: Malkin ( Crosby, McDavid)
Lady Byng: Gaudreau ( Atkinson, McDavid)
Maurice Richard: Laine ( Stamkos, Tarasenko)
Hart: McDavid ( Crosby, Karlsonn)
Selke: Kesler ( Kadri, Toews)


It looks pretty realistic to me. A few things i disagree with are Rinne and Karlsson getting the Norris and Vezina. But also, no Burns? No Doughty? No Josi or McDonagh? I, myself, don't see Subban being up for the norris but that's just me. But overall nothing seems too far off to me except one thing i really don't agree with: McAvoy winning the Calder Trophy. It just doesn't make sense to me why he would win it when Strome, Patrick, Hischier, etc will all be coming into the league. I, myself, think Strome will win it, but that's just me.


he has already shown a lot of promised in the playoffs. He could have a great season with Krug and Chara mentoring him
May 3, 2017 at 4:27
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan


It looks pretty realistic to me. A few things i disagree with are Rinne and Karlsson getting the Norris and Vezina. But also, no Burns? No Doughty? No Josi or McDonagh? I, myself, don't see Subban being up for the norris but that's just me. But overall nothing seems too far off to me except one thing i really don't agree with: McAvoy winning the Calder Trophy. It just doesn't make sense to me why he would win it when Strome, Patrick, Hischier, etc will all be coming into the league. I, myself, think Strome will win it, but that's just me.


he has already shown a lot of promised in the playoffs. He could have a great season with Krug and Chara mentoring him


Yeah, but Calder Trophy? I disagree, but that's fine. We'll have to wait and see.
 
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