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Next Season Predictions

May 3, 2017 at 7:40
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I think that Clayton Keller will end of having a better season than Strome next year and Hischier is the only player in the draft who I think could have a great season next year. I could see McAvoy having a great season next year, but I am not sure whether it will be Calder worthy.
Right now my prediction would be that Hischier will narrowly beat Keller and Puljarvi.
May 3, 2017 at 9:25
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Quoting: TonyStrecher
I think that Clayton Keller will end of having a better season than Strome next year and Hischier is the only player in the draft who I think could have a great season next year. I could see McAvoy having a great season next year, but I am not sure whether it will be Calder worthy.
Right now my prediction would be that Hischier will narrowly beat Keller and Puljarvi.


Yeah, i think Dubois will do good, though he's having a bad year this year. I think he'll be good next year though.
Sep 30 at 8:35
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Quoting: rangersandislesfan
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.


This is why it is impossible to tell if Ottawa will be good. There is just so much unpredictability in prospects.
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Sep 30 at 8:46
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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?


haha lol tears of joy
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