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08-17-2011, 08:50 PM
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Standings West

First time posting here hope im doing it right! Anyways heres how I think it will look in the west.


1. Vancouver
2. San Jose
3. Chicago
4: Detroit
5: Los Angeles
6: Anaheim
7: Nashville
8: Columbus
9: Edmonton
10: Minnesota
11: Colorado
12: St. Louis
13: Calgary
14: Dallas
15: Phoenix


Sorry if I put your team too low. Let me know what you think or who I should move around.

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08-17-2011, 08:53 PM
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First time posting here hope im doing it right! Anyways heres how I think it will look in the west.


1. Vancouver
2. San Jose
3. Chicago
4: Detroit
5: Los Angeles
6: Anaheim
7: Nashville
8: Columbus
9: Edmonton
10: Minnesota
11: Colorado
12: St. Louis
13: Calgary
14: Dallas
15: Phoenix


Sorry if I put your team too low. Let me know what you think or who I should move around.
I think it's perfect, but I'm a Canucks fan.

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08-17-2011, 08:54 PM
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First time posting here hope im doing it right! Anyways heres how I think it will look in the west.


1. Vancouver
2. San Jose
3. Chicago
4: Detroit
5: Los Angeles
6: Anaheim
7: Nashville
8: Columbus
9: Edmonton
10: Minnesota
11: Colorado
12: St. Louis
13: Calgary
14: Dallas
15: Phoenix


Sorry if I put your team too low. Let me know what you think or who I should move around.
Bolded are definitely too high.

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08-17-2011, 08:55 PM
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Yeah we lost Bryz, he wasn't the whole team.

I don't think we'll make the playoffs but we surely wont be last in the conference.

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08-17-2011, 08:55 PM
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First time posting here hope im doing it right! Anyways heres how I think it will look in the west.


1. Vancouver
2. San Jose
3. Chicago
4: Detroit
5: Los Angeles
6: Anaheim
7: Nashville
8: Columbus
9: Edmonton
10: Minnesota
11: Colorado
12: St. Louis
13: Calgary
14: Dallas
15: Phoenix


Sorry if I put your team too low. Let me know what you think or who I should move around.
Edmonton 3-4 spots too high.
Anaheim 2-4 spots too high.
Nashville moves up 1-2.
Imo

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08-17-2011, 08:59 PM
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Yeah we lost Bryz, he wasn't the whole team.

I don't think we'll make the playoffs but we surely wont be last in the conference.

And upshall and jovanovski. But maybe I did put them too low

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08-17-2011, 09:02 PM
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Edmonton 3-4 spots too high.
Anaheim 2-4 spots too high.
Nashville moves up 1-2.
Imo

I think edmonton will make a big push this year and nashville will take a step back. Just an opinion. But your probably right about anaheim.

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08-17-2011, 09:10 PM
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I think edmonton will make a big push this year and nashville will take a step back. Just an opinion. But your probably right about anaheim.
Edmonton has back to back 62pt seasons; 9th in the West is almost assuredly 92+ points. I don't think Smyth and some young players developing adds 30 points. They're still not a good team.

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Reasonable list.

I'd swap Dallas and Edmonton, but we'll see.

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08-17-2011, 09:21 PM
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I highly doubt Vancouver repeats as number 1 seed... I see them being number 3. They'll start off slowly due to injuries.

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Youre not doing it right.

Their is a lot of thread about standings for next season.

Try to use the search tool.

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08-17-2011, 09:23 PM
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1. Vancouver Canucks
2. Los Angeles Kings
3. Chicago Blackhawks
4. San Jose Sharks
5. Detroit Redwings
6. Anaheim Ducks
7. Nashville Predators
8. St Louis Blues
9. Calgary Flames
10. Dallas Stars
11. Columbus Blue Jackets
12. Phoenix Coyotes
13. Minnesota Wild
14. Edmonton Oilers
15. Colorado Avalanche

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08-17-2011, 09:28 PM
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1. Vancouver Canucks
2. Los Angeles Kings
3. Chicago Blackhawks
4. San Jose Sharks
5. Detroit Redwings
6. Anaheim Ducks
7. Nashville Predators
8. St Louis Blues
9. Calgary Flames
10. Dallas Stars
11. Columbus Blue Jackets
12. Phoenix Coyotes
13. Minnesota Wild
14. Edmonton Oilers
15. Colorado Avalanche



I wouldnt put the kings so high. I honestly think they might take a step back this year and this coming from a die hard haha. But maybe who knows.

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08-17-2011, 09:29 PM
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Youre not doing it right.

Their is a lot of thread about standings for next season.

Try to use the search tool.

Oh ok sorry about that

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08-17-2011, 09:30 PM
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1. Canucks
2. Sharks
3. Redwings
4. Blackhawks
5. Kings
6. Predators
7. Blues
8. Ducks
9. Stars
10. Avalanche
11. Blue Jackets
12. Wild
13. Flames
14. Coyotes
15. Oilers

Outside the top 6 I think it drops off and any of those teams could grab the last two spots.

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08-17-2011, 09:39 PM
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I wouldnt put the kings so high. I honestly think they might take a step back this year and this coming from a die hard haha. But maybe who knows.
The same die-hard who thinks Gibson makes Bernier expendable. They have much better depth at center and.wing yet they'll take a step back?

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08-17-2011, 09:45 PM
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The same die-hard who thinks Gibson makes Bernier expendable. They have much better depth at center and.wing yet they'll take a step back?
I think maybe.. I dunno though. But why would the kings get a goalie who was maybe the best in the draft. Then we would have quick bernier and gibson. Its been rumored anyway that bernier would be traded. And if gibson is as good as ive heard then whos the odd man out? I think more people like quick, we can trade away bernier for some scoring. Dont get me wrong i like them both.

And i know we are stacked at center, But i thought we had issues on the left wing..


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Reasonable list but I'd put St Louis/Colorado in rather than Columbus, Edmonton down a few, Chicago down a few, and Nashville up one or two. Also SJ over LA.

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I think maybe.. I dunno though. But why would the kings get a goalie who was maybe the best in the draft. Then we would have quick bernier and gibson. Its been rumored anyway that bernier would be traded. And if gibson is as good as ive heard then whos the odd man out? I think more people like quick, we can trade away bernier for some scoring. Dont get me wrong i like them both.

And i know we are stacked at center, But i thought we had issues on the left wing..
They drafted Gibson because that's what DL does. He builds from.the nets out and having Goonies never hurts. And you still have to look at guys likes Jones and Zatkoff way before Gibson.

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I wouldnt put the kings so high. I honestly think they might take a step back this year and this coming from a die hard haha. But maybe who knows.
so you think we won't make the PO's yeesh

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1. Vancouver Canucks
2. Los Angeles Kings
3. Chicago Blackhawks
4. San Jose Sharks
5. Detroit Redwings
6. Anaheim Ducks
7. Nashville Predators
8. St Louis Blues
9. Calgary Flames
10. Dallas Stars
11. Columbus Blue Jackets
12. Phoenix Coyotes
13. Minnesota Wild
14. Edmonton Oilers
15. Colorado Avalanche
I would hope that Colorado doesn't finish last in the west. That means Washington gets a shot at yakupov. Nottttt good

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I think maybe.. I dunno though. But why would the kings get a goalie who was maybe the best in the draft. Then we would have quick bernier and gibson. Its been rumored anyway that bernier would be traded. And if gibson is as good as ive heard then whos the odd man out? I think more people like quick, we can trade away bernier for some scoring. Dont get me wrong i like them both.

And i know we are stacked at center, But i thought we had issues on the left wing..
Lombardi is obsessed with goal tending. He builds from the net out.

Even with Hickey Voynov, and Martinez, DL still took Forbert in the first round last year.

Very few draft picks are going to make an immediate impact, and there is no way a kid from Juniors is going to make the team and play backup. Gibson is going to back to Juniors to develop. He wasn't drafted for today. He was drafted for 3-5 years from now. Quick and Bernier will be 3-5 years older and a lot more expensive. The Kings won't be able to afford both.

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so you think we won't make the PO's yeesh

No i think we will i just dont think we will get 2nd

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1. Vancouver
2. San Jose
3. Los Angeles
4. Detroit
5. Chicago
6. Anaheim
7. Minnesota
8. Nashville
9. St. Louis
10. Dallas
11. Columbus
12. Colorado
13. Calgary
14. Phoenix
15. Edmonton

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My team (Dallas) may or may not make the playoffs but I'm certain to quite certain that they will finish higher in the standings than Edmonton and Minnesota. I'm also not buying into Columbus and Colorado is a big question mark.

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