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07-31-2012, 12:14 AM
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For those interested, here's how the rankings looked after the 09 season:

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1. Columbus - 2005-09 - 175 wins, 106 home (60.57%)
2. Minnesota - 2005-09 - 208 wins, 125 home (60.09%)
3. Calgary - 2005-09 - 217 wins, 128 home (58.98%)
4. New York (I) - 2005-09 - 171 wins, 100 home (58.47%)
5. Anaheim - 2005-09 - 212 wins, 123 home (58.01%)
6. Nashville - 2005-09 - 228 wins, 131 home (57.45%)
7. Carolina - 2005-09 - 215 wins, 123 home (57.20%)
8. Florida - 2005-09 - 183 wins, 104 home (56.83%)
9. Tampa Bay - 2005-09 - 176 wins, 100 home (56.81%)
10. Washington - 2005-09 - 204 wins, 115 home (56.37%)
11. Colorado - 2005-09 - 206 wins, 116 home (56.31%)
12. Vancouver - 2005-09 - 224 wins, 126 home (56.25%)
13. Chicago - 2005-09 - 195 wins, 109 home (55.89%)
14. Ottawa - 2005-09 - 223 wins, 124 home (55.60%)
15. Dallas - 2005-09 - 221 wins, 122 home (55.20%)
16. New York (R) - 2005-09 - 209 wins, 115 home (55.02%)
17. New Jersey - 2005-09 - 240 wins, 132 home (55.00%)
18. Montreal - 2005-09 - 211 wins, 116 home (54.97%)
19. Phoenix - 2005-09 - 193 wins, 106 home (54.92%)
20. Pittsburgh - 2005-09 - 208 wins, 114 home (54.80%)
21. Edmonton - 2005-09 - 179 wins, 98 home (54.74%)
22. Los Angeles - 2005-09 - 181 wins, 99 home (54.69%)	
22. Toronto - 2005-09 - 181 wins, 99 home (54.69%)
24. Atlanta - 2005-09 - 195 wins, 105 home (53.84%)
24. St. Louis - 2005-09 - 169 wins, 91 home (53.84%)
26. Buffalo - 2005-09 - 230 wins, 123 home (53.47%)
27. Detroit - 2005-09 - 257 wins, 137 home (53.30%)
28. San Jose - 2005-09 - 248 wins, 131 home (52.82%)
29. Philadelphia - 2005-09 - 194 wins, 101 home (52.06%)
30. Boston - 2005-09 - 197 wins, 102 home (51.77%)
Of note:

- The percentage, for the vast majority of the teams, has dropped since then. Probably has more to do with the sample size increasing more than anything though.
- Ottawa and New York appear to have dropped the most in terms of placement and percentage.
- St. Louis has had the biggest increase, around 3%, which is ridiculous. It does lend credence to the idea that the coaching and the system may have a big effect on a H/R split.

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