Monday, March 24, 2008

A look at divisional play

Since the NHL's now started a string of exclusively divisional play, it makes sense to look at just how well teams have fared within their divisions so far this season.

And, despite playing in the Atlantic, the Rangers are on top:

East
RK Team GP W L T Pt%
1 NYR 25 17 6 2 72.00%
2 CAR 26 17 8 1 67.31%
3 OTT 25 16 9 0 64.00%
4 MTL 26 15 10 1 59.62%
5 FLA 26 14 10 2 57.69%
6 TOR 26 13 9 4 57.69%
7 PHI 26 13 11 2 53.85%
8 WSH 26 12 11 3 51.92%
9 BUF 25 11 11 3 50.00%
10 NYI 26 13 13 0 50.00%
11 ATL 27 12 13 2 48.15%
12 PIT 25 11 12 2 48.00%
13 NJD 26 10 12 4 46.15%
14 BOS 26 9 12 5 44.23%
15 TBL 25 10 13 2 44.00%

West
RK Team GP W L T Pt%
1 PHX 26 17 8 1 67.31%
2 VAN 25 13 7 5 62.00%
3 NSH 26 14 8 4 61.54%
4 CHI 26 15 9 2 61.54%
5 CGY 25 13 8 4 60.00%
6 COL 26 15 10 1 59.62%
7 SJS 25 12 8 5 58.00%
8 ANA 27 13 9 5 57.41%
9 DAL 26 13 10 3 55.77%
10 MIN 26 13 10 3 55.77%
11 DET 26 13 11 2 53.85%
12 STL 25 12 11 2 52.00%
13 CBJ 25 10 13 2 44.00%
14 EDM 26 10 14 2 42.31%
15 LAK 26 10 15 1 40.38%

This final stretch is probably going to be a tough go for Edmonton.

Next up, records against other divisions.
.

2 Comments:

At 1:34 PM, March 24, 2008, Blogger saskhab said...

Since Montreal and Boston are done, here's their record against their remaining divisional opponents:

MTL 7-10-1 (41.67%)
BOS 9-5-4 (61.11%)

So the easy part's over for the Habs and the hard part's done for Boston.

 
At 11:24 PM, March 24, 2008, Blogger Andrew Bucholtz said...

Surprising to see Vancouver do so well in a tough division like the Northwest: they've been pretty mediocre against a lot of bad teams (for example, losing three of four to L.A.). I guess perhaps they play up (or down) to the level of their competition.

 

Post a Comment

<< Home

Links to this post:

Create a Link


.

Free Page Rank Checker
eXTReMe Tracker