NHL Regular Season Predictions

At long last, hockey is back. There will be meaningful hockey games on tonight and I cannot wait. These are my predictions that yes, I could have just tweeted but this seemed a little but easier to keep track of. Hold me to these because I definitely know what is going to happen *shakes head*. If you want to discuss more in depth, feel free to DM me on twitter @scusu33

Metropolitan Division

  1. Washington Capitals (103)
  2. Pittsburgh Penguins (99)
  3. Philadelphia Flyers (97)
  4. Carolina Hurricanes (92)
  5. New Jersey Devils (88)
  6. New York Rangers (80)
  7. New York Islanders (75)
  8. Columbus Blue Jackets (68)

Atlantic Division

  1. Tampa Bay Lightning (112)
  2. Boston Bruins (108)
  3. Toronto Maple Leafs (103)
  4. Florida Panthers (98)
  5. Montreal Canadiens (93)
  6. Buffalo Sabres (83)
  7. Detroit Red Wings (67)
  8. Ottawa Senators (66)

Pacific Division

  1. San Jose Sharks (104)
  2. Vegas Golden Knights (101)
  3. Calgary Flames (98)
  4. Arizona Coyotes (96)
  5. Vancouver Canucks (90)
  6. Edmonton Oilers (79)
  7. Anaheim Ducks (70)
  8. Los Angeles Kings (67)

Central Division

  1. Nashville Predators (101)
  2. St. Louis Blues (99)
  3. Winnipeg Jets (98)
  4. Colorado Avalanche (97)
  5. Chicago Blackhawks (90)
  6. Dallas Stars (88)
  7. Minnesota Wild (70)

These are my predictions, if the team is italicized and underlined, they will make the playoffs, and if not, they will fail to qualify. Once again, please DM me on twitter (@scusu33) to debate more in depth. Happy hockey.

-Sal Cusumano (@scusu33)

Photo Credits: uppercornerhockey.com

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