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Stanley Cup Playoff Race: March 24, 2012

by Dewayne Hankins / Los Angeles Kings
Standings as of March 24, 2012
  GR W L OT PTS ROW +/- LY PTS LAST NIGHT TONIGHT H/R

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NEXT FIVE GAMES
1 Anaheim Ducks X 7 46 20 9 101 42 +45 105     4/3 3/25
@PHX
3/27
vs. NSH
3/29
@CHI
3/31
vs. CBJ
4/4
vs. DET
2 Vancouver Canucks D 8 44 21 9 97 37 +41 95   @COL 6/2 3/24
@COL
3/26
vs. LA
3/28
vs. COL
3/30
vs. DAL
3/31
vs. CGY
3 Chicago Blackhawks D 8 37 25 12 86 31 +13 94   vs. BOS 3/5 3/24
vs. BOS
3/26
@VAN
3/28
@CGY
3/30
@EDM
3/31
@MIN
4 Detroit Red Wings   8 44 25 5 93 37 +44 91   vs. CAR 6/2 3/24
vs. CAR
3/26
vs. CBJ
3/28
@CBJ
3/30
vs. NSH
4/1
vs. FLA
5 Nashville Predators   8 42 24 8 92 38 +13 88   vs. WPG 4/4 3/24
vs. WPG
3/25
@CHI
3/27
@STL
3/30
@DET
3/31
vs. CHI
6 Chicago Blackhawks   7 42 25 8 92 37 +15 88     3/4 3/25
vs. NSH
3/27
@NJ
3/29
vs. STL
3/31
@NSH
4/1
vs. MIN
7 Phoenix Coyotes   7 37 26 12 86 31 +3 88   @SJ 4/3 3/24
@SJ
3/25
vs. STL
3/29
vs. SJ
3/31
vs. ANA
4/3
vs. CBJ
8 Chicago Blackhawks   8 40 29 5 85 33 -3 87   vs. CGY 3/5 3/24
vs. CGY
3/26
@CGY
3/28
@EDM
3/30
@VAN
3/31
@SJ
                                     
9 Chicago Blackhawks   6 40 31 5 85 31 -1 86   vs. VAN 3/3 3/24
vs. VAN
3/26
@SJ
3/28
@VAN
3/30
@CGY
4/5
vs. CBJ
10 Los Angeles Kings   8 37 27 10 84 30 +9 85   vs. PHX 4/4 3/24
vs. PHX
3/26
vs. COL
3/28
@ANA
3/29
@PHX
3/31
vs. DAL
11 Chicago Blackhawks   7 34 26 15 83 31 -19 78   @DAL 5/2 3/24
@DAL
3/26
vs. DAL
3/28
vs. LA
3/30
vs. COL
3/31
@VAN
latest on the playoff race
  • What Happened Last Night?
    • The Good: The Kings spend the day in first place in the Pacific.
    • The Bad: The 11th place Flames are just three points behind the Kings.
    • The Odd: Kings are 13-4-5 against teams in the Pacific Division, winning those games is key to winning the division.
  • Tonight's Games That Matter and Your Guide For Rooting:
    • Calgary at Dallas, 11 a.m. -- Flames. Now that the division is in play, it's about keeping the teams in the Pacific behind the Kings. Let's also root for a regulation finish.
    • Boston at Los Angeles, 6 p.m. -- Kings. Seven in a row? We need it. A win and we keep the Division lead, a loss and we could be down to 8th. No one said it would be easy.
    • Vancouver at Colorado, 7 p.m. -- Canucks. This one's easy. We can't catch Vancouver and the Avs are still a threat to grab one of the few remaining playoff spots.
    • Phoenix at San Jose, 7 p.m. -- Coyotes. Definitely need a regulaton finish here, and we're recommending Phoenix. No disprespect, but the Sharks have the game in hand.
Legend
D - Division Leader, X - Clinched Playoffs, Y - Clinched Division, Z - Clinched Conference, P - Clinched Presidents' Trophy
GR - Games Remaining, W - Wins, L - Losses, OT - OT/Shootout losses (worth one point), PTS - Points
ROW - Regulation and overtime wins -- wins excluding shootout victories
+/- Goal differential, LY PTS - Point total of NHL team with SAME seed at the same point in the 2010-11 season
L10 - Record in last ten games, H/R LEFT - Breakdown of home/road games remaining on the schedule
Tie-Breaking procedure
Division leaders are seeded 1, 2, and 3 in Conference standings. If two or more clubs are tied in points during the regular season, the standing of the clubs is determined in the following order:
  • The fewer number of games played (i.e., superior points percentage).
  • The greater number of games won, excluding games won in the Shootout.
  • The greater number of points earned in games between the tied clubs. If two clubs are tied, and have not played an equal number of home games against each other, points earned in the first game played in the city that had the extra game shall not be included. If more than two clubs are tied, the higher percentage of available points earned in games among those clubs, and not including any "odd" games, shall be used to determine the standing.
  • The greater differential between goals for and against for the entire regular season.
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