Where does Montreal finish in the Atlantic?
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09-29-2013, 06:30 PM
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I'm going to go out on a limb by myself and pick Ottawa to win the division, in a close race with the Habs.
-Very strong top six and pp, good depth well coached. Anderson may come down to earth but Lehner could also step in and do a better job.
- Patches looks ready for a monster year and Markov-Subban kills with the man advantage. Price benefits from new coach.
- Struggles on pp continue, Chara shows his age but Lucy and Loui fill the net and Rask covers the gaps in defence.
- Veterans are banged up in new division and the kids aren't ready, but enough class to hang on to a playoff spot.
5-Toronto-they become most-hated team in the league and their last game of season loss at the Bell Center knocks them out of the playoffs to much cheering.
6-Tampa Bay - new coach brings in his Calder Cup stars and they impress but goaltending is still a weakness
7-Buffalo - some improvement but a late season sell off sees them hit bottom
8-Florida - best prospect pool in the league but least motivated players
Hate to break it to you but Ottawa's top 6 dosen't even compare to Boston's, their 2nd line is Turris, MacArthur and Conacher, that's just not very good. Barring a lot of injuries it's unlikely anyone but Boston finishes 1st, this team is on paper arguably their best team in 30 years.
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