With the NHL coming back from the dead and the season officially in the books, many fans are looking forward to what the NHL’s next chapter will bring to their beloved team.
With the season ending in a few weeks, many hockey fans have been speculating about what the next season will be like.
While many fans may be disappointed with the current standings, some are still hoping that the season will see some major changes.
With new ownership coming in, there is hope that fans will see changes to the standings, with more teams in contention for playoff spots.
The biggest question for many fans is whether they’ll be able to see any significant changes to their favorite team.
Here’s what you need to know about the upcoming NHL season:There are six teams currently in the playoffs:The Islanders and Devils are tied for first place with a combined record of 26-19-4.
The Islanders are the only team with a winning record.
The Devils have gone 6-0-1 with a .916 winning percentage in the past seven games.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are currently tied for second place with the New Jersey Devils, with a 26-22-4 record.
The Montreal Canadiens are currently in second place, with an 11-10-2 record.
They are tied with the Ottawa Senators for the third seed in the Eastern Conference.
The New York Islanders are currently third in the Metropolitan Division with a 29-23-7 record.
They have a 4-1-1 record since their March 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Boston Bruins are currently fourth in the Atlantic Division with an 18-10, with six of their wins coming in regulation.
The Washington Capitals are currently fifth in the Pacific Division with the Portland Pirates, who have a record of 22-12-3, including a win over the Montreal Canadiens.
The Tampa Bay Lightning are currently sixth in the NHL with a 12-12, with four of their victories coming in overtime.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are currently seventh in the Northeast Division with their record of 20-11-2.
The Philadelphia Flyers are currently eighth in the Metro Division with 26-24-7.
The Detroit Red Wings are currently ninth in the East Division with 33-15-5.
The Nashville Predators are currently tenth in the Western Conference with a record 30-19, with five of their losses coming in the first round.
The Calgary Flames are currently 11th in the West Division with 36-18-6.
The Los Angeles Kings are currently 14th in their division, with their win streak at seven games is their longest since November 14-22, 2017.
The Winnipeg Jets are currently 16th in regulation, with two of their four losses coming to the Nashville Predators.
The Florida Panthers are currently 17th in overtime, with one of their two losses coming on the road.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are currently 18th in goal differential, with only two of its losses coming at home.
The Colorado Avalanche are currently 23rd in scoring, with three of their five losses coming against teams that are currently playing in the second round.