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The Eastern Conference Wild Card Race

The 2013-14 NHL Regular Season wraps up this Sunday.

Remaining games left for teams in the Eastern Conference Wild Card race...

Detroit- at Buffalo on Tuesday, at Pittsburgh on Wednesday, Carolina at Detroit on Friday and at St. Louis on Sunday.

Columbus- Phoenix at Columbus on Tuesday, at Dallas on Wednesday, at Tampa Bay on Friday and at Florida on Saturday.

New Jersey- Calgary at New Jersey tonight, at Ottawa on Thursday, NYI at New Jersey on Friday and Boston at New Jersey on Sunday.

Toronto- at Tampa Bay on Tuesday, at Florida on Thursday and at Ottawa on Saturday.

Washington- at St. Louis on Tuesday, at Carolina on Thursday, Chicago at Washington on Friday and Tampa Bay at Washington on Sunday.

At this point int time, do you care to make a prediction?  What  teams take the two wild card spots and in what order?

 

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TreKronor's avatar

Washington and Columbus don’t have an easy finish to the season.  New Jersey could take 3 out of 4 of those games - it may come down to their season finale with Boston. 

I’d hate to see Detroit needing to win the season finale against St. Louis just to make the playoffs.

Posted by TreKronor on 04/07/14 at 12:00 PM ET

bigfrog's avatar

The Red Wings should be in before the final in St. Louis. Seventh or eighth? Depends on Columbus who seems to have a more favorable schedule, although their last home game is Tuesday night.

Posted by bigfrog on 04/07/14 at 08:06 PM ET

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