NHL Standings for the 2016 Season

Keep up with the NHL Standings for the 2016 season with this handy guide. Check back often to see how your favorite team is doing!

NHL standings for the 2016 season

The NHL Standings for the 2016 season are as follows:

Eastern Conference
1. Washington Capitals – 120 points
2. Florida Panthers – 101 points
3. Tampa Bay Lightning – 97 points
4. Philadelphia Flyers – 98 points
5. New York Islanders – 94 points
6. Pittsburgh Penguins – 92 points
7. New York Rangers – 90 points
8. Carolina Hurricanes – 87 points
9. Boston Bruins – 85 points
10. Ottawa Senators – 84 points
11. Detroit Red Wings – 81 points
12. Buffalo Sabres – 78 points
13. Montreal Canadiens – 76 points
14. Toronto Maple Leafs – 69 points
15. New Jersey Devils – 67 points
16. Columbus Blue Jackets – 64points

Western Conference:
1. Dallas Stars – 109 pts
2.. St Louis Blues – 107 pts 3.. Chicago Blackhawks – 103 pts

4.. Los Angeles Kings – 103 pts

5.. San Jose Sharks – 100 pts

6.. Nashville Predators – 99 pts

7.. Anaheim Ducks – 98 pts 8.. Minnesota Wild – 87 pts

9.. Colorado Avalanche – 82 pts 10.. Winnipeg Jets – 80 pts 11.. Calgary Flames – 79 pts 12.. Edmonton Oilers – 68 pts 13 Vancouver Canucks 75pts 14 Arizona Coyotes- 70pts 15 Columbus Blue Jackets 64pts

Eastern Conference standings

As of October 18th, 2016, these are the NHL Standings for the Eastern Conference

1. Washington Capitals – 15 pts
2. Pittsburgh Penguins – 12 pts
3. Montreal Canadiens – 11 pts
4. New York Islanders – 10 pts
5. New York Rangers – 10 pts
6. Florida Panthers – 9 pts
7. Tampa Bay Lightning – 9 pts
8. Toronto Maple Leafs – 8 pts

Western Conference standings

The Western Conference standings for the 2016 NHL season are as follows:

1. Chicago Blackhawks – 110 points
2. Dallas Stars – 109 points
3. Los Angeles Kings – 103 points
4. St. Louis Blues – 99 points
5. Nashville Predators – 94 points
6. Calgary Flames – 94 points
7.Minnesota Wild – 87 points
8. San Jose Sharks – 86 points

Central Division standings

The Central Division was a tight race all season, but the Chicago Blackhawks came out on top with 103 points. The Dallas Stars were right behind them with 102 points, followed by the St. Louis Blues with 99 points. The Nashville Predators round out the division with 96 points.

Pacific Division standings

With the 2016 NHL season underway, here’s a look at the latest Pacific Division Standings As of October 31st, the Los Angeles Kings sit atop the division with a record of 7-3-0. The Anaheim Ducks are right behind them with a record of 6-3-1, while the San Jose Sharks are third with a 5-3-1 record. The Arizona Coyotes and Calgary Flames round out the division with records of 4-4-1 and 4-5-1 respectively.

Atlantic Division standings

As of March 1, 2016, the Atlantic Division standings for the National Hockey League are as follows:

1. Florida Panthers – 85 points
2. Tampa Bay Lightning – 78 points
3. Detroit Red Wings – 74 points
4. Boston Bruins – 73 points
5. Ottawa Senators – 70 points
6. Buffalo Sabres – 63 points
7. Toronto Maple Leafs – 59 points
8. Montreal Canadiens – 54 points

Metropolitan Division standings

The Metropolitan Division of the National Hockey League (NHL) is a division of the Eastern Conference The division was created in 2013 as part of the realignment of the NHL. It is also a successor to the Southeast Division which existed from 1998 until 2013.

The Metropolitan Division comprises eight teams: Carolina Hurricanes Columbus Blue Jackets New Jersey Devils New York Islanders New York Rangers Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals.

2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs

The 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs is the playoff tournament of the National Hockey League (NHL). The playoffs began on April 13, 2016, after the 2015–16 regular season and will end in June 2016. The Eastern Conference Playoff Bracket includes the top three teams from each division plus two “wild card” teams.

The Western Conference Playoff Bracket features the top three teams from each division plus two Wild Card teams. The first two rounds are a best-of-seven series; all subsequent rounds are best-of-seven series. Re-seeding will occur after every round.

The Stanley Cup Finals will pit the winner of the Eastern Conference against the Western Conference champion in a best-of-seven series with home ice determined by which team has more points during the regular season If both teams have an equal number of points, then it will go to who had more wins.

2016 Stanley Cup Finals

The Stanley Cup Finals are the Championship Series of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Eastern Conference champion plays the Western Conference champion in a best-of-seven game series to determine the league champion and the winner of the Stanley Cup The 2016 Stanley Cup Finals was the Championship Series of the National Hockey League’s (NHL) 2015–16 season, and the culmination of the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs The Western Conference champion San Jose Sharks faced the Eastern Conference champion Pittsburgh Penguins in a best-of-seven game series.

2017 NHL season

The 2017 NHL season is the 100th season of operation for the National Hockey League This season will see the addition of a new franchise, the
Las Vegas Golden Knights who will play in the Pacific Division The schedule was released on June 20, 2016. The Regular Season will begin on October 4, 2016 and end on April 9, 2017.

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