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Atlantic Race Coming Down To The Wire
April 18, 2018
Montreal, Boston & Buffalo are fighting down to the wire for the top 3 spots in the Atlantic Division.

Only 3 points separate the three teams as they have almost identical records.

MTL has 107 points w/ 3 games remaining. BOS has 106 points w/ 4 games remaining. BUF has 104 points w/ 4 games remaining.

Buffalo has the easiest schedule left, while Boston and Montreal play against each other on the final day of the regular season.
Stars Holding On
April 18, 2018
GM Decelles made the hard decision to hit the reset button midway through the season. The Stars were floundering in the standings, the new bodies that were brought in to make the Stars contenders had failed to make the difference.

Out went Max Pacioretty, Alex Steen, Jack Johnson, Mikael Backlund, Ryan Kesler and Deryk Engelland. Over $20M in salary was shed in a rash of trades that saw Tomas Hertl, Andrew Copp, Tony Deangelo, Steve Santini make their way to Dallas. GM Decelles also added Jonah Gadjovich and Tyler Benson to the prospect pool along with a 1st round draft pick and multiple 2nd and 3rd rounders.

"I wanted more cap flexibility, and players that we were in control of their contract situations. We lost our identity and by bringing in some young talent and letting our scouts add to our talent pool, we will be back to our winning ways shortly" said GM Decelles.

With all the talent leaving Dallas, the Stars have played some of their best hockey to date. The young players have bought in and the Stars are currently fighting to remain in the Playoff picture in the Western Conference.

Can they hold on and possibly play spoiler in the postseason? 3 games remain...
FLAMES CLINCH PRESIDENT’S TROPHY
Calgary Flames
April 18, 2018
Playing some of their best hockey of the season, the Flames will enter the 2018 Stanley Cup playoffs the number one seeded team after clinching the President’s trophy for the first time in franchise history. Winners of their last 19 games (1 in overtime), the Flames continue to demonstrate they are going to be a force come playoff time.

“Playoff hockey is very different than regular season hockey. Over the last month, we had a strong feeling we would win the president’s trophy but we challenged our players not to get complacent.” GM Davidson commented Wednesday evening. “We have played a lot of games against teams who are fighting for their playoff lives – desperate teams. We knew these last 20 games would be a good test for us in terms of preparing for the playoffs. We continue to be happy with the performance of the team but we need to keep pushing.”

G Joonas Korpisalo will get his last start of the 2017/2018 season next game but overall, expect the Flames to continue to push the pedal to the metal as they prepare for a deep push toward the playoffs.
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Winnipeg Jets   Jets Playoff Hopes Slipping Away   (Apr 10, 2018 - Winnipeg Press)
WEHL Logo   Mandatory GM Assignment   (Apr 09, 2018 - WEHL Press)
Tampa Bay Lightning   Lightning Recap   (Apr 09, 2018 - Tampa Bay Press)
Detroit Red Wings   Wings Fighting For A Playoff Spot   (Apr 08, 2018 - Detroit Press)
Standings - Regular Season
EASTERN PTS GR
1. Hurricanes 118 0
2. Islanders 113 1
3. Canadiens 111 1
4. Bruins 111 1
5. Sabres 110 1
6. Flyers 103 0
7. Rangers 94 0
8. Red Wings 93 0
9. Penguins 92 0
10. Senators 88 0
11. Capitals 84 1
12. Blue Jackets 74 0
13. Devils 70 0
14. Lightning 67 1
15. Maple Leafs 66 1
16. Panthers 50 0
Western PTS GR
1. Flames 132 1
2. Coyotes 108 0
3. Blackhawks 95 1
4. Wild 93 1
5. Avalanche 92 0
6. Stars 92 0
7. Oilers 92 0
8. Canucks 91 0
9. Jets 87 1
10. Predators 85 0
11. Blues 79 0
12. Knights 75 0
13. Kings 68 1
14. Ducks 62 0
15. Sharks 60 0
League Leaders - Regular Season
Skaters Team PTS
1. Brent Burns BOS 115
2. Alexander Barkov CAL 114
3. Mark Giordano CAR 112
4. Erik Karlsson NYI 111
5. Vladimir Tarasenko BUF 108
6. Alex Pietrangelo MTL 102
7. Patrice Bergeron ARI 97
Goalies Team GAA
1. Brian Elliott CAR 2.25
2. Philipp Grubauer WAS 2.26
3. Connor Hellebuyck PIT 2.36
4. James Reimer ARI 2.39
5. Sergei Bobrovsky PHI 2.39
6. Zane McIntyre BOS 2.45
7. Frederik Andersen CAL 2.50
Recent Trades
Mar 15, 2018
Team Logo Kyle Okposo
Team Logo Carl Gunnarsson,PHI 4 2018,PHI 2 2019
Team Logo Benoit Pouliot
Team Logo PHI 5 2019
Team Logo Tuukka Rask
Team Logo Cory Schneider,Valentin Zykov,NAS 2 2018
Team Logo Taylor Hall
Team Logo Kirill Kaprizov,BOS 1 2019,BOS 2 2019, Future Considerations
Mar 08, 2018
Team Logo Deryk Engelland,Ryan Kesler
Team Logo Jonah Gadjovich,CAR 2 2019
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Patrick Marleau NYR 72 65 68
Michael Stone STL 65 73 69
Mike Green FLO 70 65 67
Nick Leddy OTT 70 64 67
Rick Nash MIN 69 69 69
Calvin de Haan T.B 60 76 68
Karl Alzner N.J 58 80 69
Loui Eriksson NYR 68 65 66
Thomas Vanek NYR 71 58 64
Chris Kunitz TOR 64 72 68
Jay Bouwmeester TOR 62 71 66