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03-31-2004, 10:33 AM
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Funny, but with every day that goes by, the standings actually get more complex. You'd figure that if anything, it would get clearer. Philly goes from 3rd to 6th in one night

TEAM---------POINTS-----GR
TAMPA BAY------104-------2
BOSTON---------101-------3
NEW JERSEY-----98--------2
TORONTO--------99--------2
OTTAWA---------98--------3
PHILADELPHIA----98--------3
MONTREAL-------91--------3
NY ISLANDERS---86--------3
BUFFALO---------83--------3

NJ's hopes for the division title rests on their home and home with Boston. Other than the Sens, Philly faces Montreal and finishes with the Islanders.

Huge matchup tonight with the Islanders hosting Montreal. The season series is pretty close, 2-1 MTL so the Sabres better do their part tonight as they are in NY. That won't be an easy matchup since the Rangers got smoked by the Devils last night. What makes matters worse if that people are saying this might be Messier's last game home game (retirement here I come).

Of course Ottawa's in Florida. The big deal about tonight is that this is the Sens' game in hand on Toronto (both teams play Friday before facing each other on Saturday). Does the team ride the emotion from the win against Tampa, or are we once again going to see them play down to the level of their opposition? If there's a game for Bondra to break out of his slump, this one's it.

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