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Panthers' Super Terrific Eastern Conference Standings Jubilee - Tuesday

 

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DIV GP W L OT Pts GF GA Home Away L10 Streak
1 NE 57 39 10 8 86 192 130 19-4-4 20-6-4 5-2-3 Lost 4
2 ATL 57 37 17 3 77 179 141 19-10-1 18-7-2 8-2-0 Won 4
3 SE 57 36 16 5 77 191 163 22-4-1 14-12-4 6-2-2 Won 2
4 ATL 55 30 16 9 69 179 161 16-7-3 14-9-6 6-4-0 Won 2
5 NE 57 30 21 6 66 172 172 17-6-4 13-15-2 3-7-0 Lost 1
6 ATL 58 30 22 6 66 144 162 17-9-3 13-13-3 2-6-2 Lost 3
7 SE 56 28 20 8 64 160 155 15-7-5 13-13-3 7-3-0 Lost 1
8 NE 57 29 22 6 64 168 159 16-11-2 13-11-4 5-4-1 Lost 1
9 SE 57 28 24 5 61 146 166 14-12-1 14-12-4 6-4-0 Won 1
10 ATL 58 27 25 6 60 173 178 15-12-2 12-13-4 4-4-2 Lost 2

 

 

Not a ton of action on the Eastern front yesterday, but what did take place was significant. Already covered the Penguins' shootout loss to the Isles on Monday afternoon, so on to the Big News of the night for the Cats:

 

  • St. Louis defeated the visiting Rangers 2-1 (66P) in regulation, thereby robbing New York of yet another point in the past three.  Slats has a serious decision to make in the coming days, but how long does one wait as the team founders? Down goes Renney...

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WHO TO WATCH TONIGHT IN THE EAST

  • Boston @ Carolina, 7p. The Hurricanes (61P) celebrate Glen Wesley Night in Raleigh. W4E say: Far as I'm concerned the organization retired #2 twenty-something years ago under the guise of Ricky Ley. Otherwise, the Canes are bumping into the Broons at the right time...Boston has lost four straight.

  • Buffalo @ Toronto, 7p. Tied with Florida at 64 points (and one additional win), the Sabres head to Toronto for what is always a fest. W4E say: The Leafs have outscored Buffalo 171 to 168 this year. Don't expect Toronto to roll over; Brian Burke appears to have reached his minions.