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With the NHL season just around the corner, patient the folks at EA have put out a video that simulates the 2014/15 year.

The Ottawa Senators, malady my hometown team finish 29th out of 30 teams in this simulation and I am thrilled! CONNOR MCDAVID ANYBODY!?

NHL 15: SEASON SIMULATION

EASTERN CONFERENCE

After winning the President Trophy last year, the Boston Bruins continued to be the beasts of the East, finishing in the number one spot with 103 points. The Capitals couldn’t overcome an Ovechkin injury and finished in twelfth place. Meanwhile, the Red Wings record of 23 straight years of making the playoffs finally snapped.

Boston Bruins – 103 pts
Pittsburgh Penguins – 99 pts
New York Rangers – 98 pts
Philadelphia Flyers – 97 pts
Tampa Bay Lightning – 94 pts
Montreal Canadiens – 94 pts
Columbus Blue Jackets – 93 pts – Wild Card
Toronto Maple Leafs – 92 pts – Wild Card
New York Islanders – 91 pts
Carolina Hurricanes – 89 pts
Detroit Red Wings – 89 pts
Washington Capitals – 87 pts
New Jersey Devils – 78 pts
Florida Panthers – 78 pts
Buffalo Sabres – 77 pts
Ottawa Senators – 71 pts

WESTERN CONFERENCE

The Chicago Blackhawks finished the year as the top team in the NHL with 106 points, thanks in large part to a stellar campaign from Patrick Kane who notched 95 points. The Calgary Flames finished last overall and will have the best odds to pick first overall and decide between elite prospects Connor McDavid and Jake Eichel.

Chicago Blackhawks – 106 pts
Anaheim Ducks – 101 pts
St. Louis Blues – 99 pts
Colorado Avalanche – 96 pts
Los Angeles Kings – 95 pts
San Jose Sharks – 94 pts
Dallas Stars – 93 pts – Wild Card
Vancouver Canucks – 91 pts – Wild Card
Arizona Coyotes – 87 pts
Nashville Predators – 85 pts
Minnesota Wild – 85 pts
Edmonton Oilers – 83 pts
Winnipeg Jets – 82 pts
Calgary Flames – 64 pts

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