East: 1. Rangers-8. Senators, 2. Bruins-7. Capitals, 3. Panthers-6. Devils, 4. Penguins-5. Flyers
West: 1. Canucks-8. Kings, 2. Blues-7. Sharks, 3. Coyotes-6. Blackhawks, 4. Predators-5. Red Wings
|East Team||Pts||ROW||Sat. (EDT)|
|1. NY Rangers||109||47||WAS, L|
|2. Boston||102||40||BUF, SW|
|3. Florida||94||32||CAR, W|
|4. Pittsburgh||108||42||PHI, W|
|5. Philadelphia||103||43||@PIT, L|
|6. New Jersey||100||36||OTT, W|
|7. Washington||92||38||@NYR, W|
|8. Ottawa||92||35||@NJD, L|
|1. Vancouver||111||43||EDM, W|
|1/2. St. Louis||109||45||@DAL, W|
|3. Phoenix||97||36||@MIN, W|
|4. Nashville||104||43||@COL, W|
|5. Detroit||102||39||CHI, SL|
|6. Chicago||101||38||@DET, SW|
|7. San Jose||96||34||LOS, OW|
|8. Los Angeles||95||34||@SAN, OL|
Pacific Division title chase
The Coyotes clinched the Pacific and No. 3 seed with their win. They open the playoffs at home against the Blackhawks.
The Sharks clinched the No. 7 seed with the win; the Kings finished No. 8.
Chase for the No. 1 seed
The Canucks again won the Presidents' Trophy and clinch the No. 1 seed in the West and home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs with a win.
The Blues clinched the No. 2 seed in the West and will open the playoffs at home against the Sharks.
The Rangers failed to clinch the Presidents' Trophy and home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs by losing to the Capitals.
Southeast Division title chase
The Panthers clinch the Southeast and No. 3 seed with a point. The Panthers will finish No. 8 behind the Senators with a regulation loss .
West No. 4 through No. 6 seed
By rallying to force a shootout, the Red Wings relegated the Blackhawks to the No. 6 seed. But by losing the shootout, the Red Wings missed out on a chance to earn the No. 4 seed for their playoff matchup against the Predators.
The Predators clinched the No. 4 seed because they had more regulation/overtime wins than the Red Wings (42-39), but the Predators finished with two more points anyway.