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Last Updated March 30, 2018 07:00 ET

NHL Playoff Picture: Latest Bracketizing

NHL Playoff Picture: Metro Standings

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WSH-Washington Capitals PIT-Pittsburgh Penguins CBJ-Columbus Blue Jackets PHI-Philadelphia Flyers NJD-New Jersey Devils CAR-Carolina Hurricanes NYR-New York Rangers NYI-New York Islanders
M1 M2 M3 WC1 WC2

NHL Playoff Picture: Atlantic Standings

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BOS-Boston Bruins TB-Tampa Bay Lightning TOR-Toronto Maple Leafs FLA-Florida Panthers DET-Detroit Red Wings MTL-Montreal Canadiens OTT-Ottawa Senators BUF-Buffalo Sabres
A1 A2 A3

NHL Playoff Picture: Central Standings

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NSH-Nashville Predators WPG-Winnipeg Jets MIN-Minnesota Wild STL-St Louis Blues COL-Colorado Avalanche DAL-Dallas Stars CHI-Chicago Blackhawks
C1 C2 C3 WC1

NHL Playoff Picture: Pacific Standings

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VGK-Vegas Golden Knights SJ-San Jose Sharks LA-Los Angeles Kings ANA-Anaheim Ducks CGY-Calgary Flames EDM-Edmonton Oilers VAN-Vancouver Canucks ARI-Arizona Coyotes
P1 P2 P3 WC2

BRACKET: If The Season Ended March 30, 2018…




March 30, 2018 Update — IN the playoffs: Boston, Tampa Bay, Toronto, Washington, Nashville, Winnipeg, and Vegas. In Position: Pittsburgh, Columbus, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Minnesota, St. Louis, San Jose, Los Angeles, and Anaheim. Still Alive: Florida, Carolina, Colorado, and Dallas.

March 20, 2018 Update: The only team swapping out of the field of 16 is Dallas, replaced by Colorado as a wild card. All the rest are the same, except the seeds jumbled in both the East and West. Tampa Bay and Nashville are the first teams to clinch playoff berths.

March 8, 2018 Update: Despite another slight shift in the seeding, it’s the same sixteen playoff teams again. Pittsburgh moves into first place in the Metro for the only divisional lead change. The Kings fall into a wild card with Anaheim’s surge into second place.

February 28, 2018 Update: A few seeds switched here and there, but it’s all the same key players as two weeks ago. Only two newcomers enter the latest bracket: East wild card Columbus and West wild card Anaheim. Out of the mix are Carolina and St. Louis, both of which are in major tailspins. Vegas remains the top overall team in the Western Conference, while Tampa Bay rules in the East.

February 14, 2018 Update: Our first look at the NHL playoff picture, and when you think about it, this isn’t much different from the bracket we’d have done a month ago. Vegas, Nashville, Winnipeg, Tampa Bay, Washington, and Boston feature prominently. Pittsburgh surged into their position, the Devils and Flyers are newcomers, and nobody knows how Carolina got there, but each conference’s leaders have been relatively consistent.

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