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Final True Record Standings 2014-15

Earlier this season, we unveiled our True Record standings.

You can check out the above link for a refresher, but in summation, True Record reorders the standings in a way that discounts shootouts completely. Regulation and overtime wins count as two points, going to a shootout counts as a tie and one point, and any regulation or overtime loss counts as zero points (as it should).

Today, we bring you the updated True Record standings during the only time you really care.

Playoff time.

So how did the shootout affect your team’s final position? Take a look below to find out. “X” marks a playoff spot, and the True Record playoff match-ups are at the bottom.

Atlantic Games Played  Regulation and OT Wins Losses (Reg + OT) Ties (Shootouts) True Record True Points Real Record Real Points
Tampa Bay Lightning 82 47 27 8 47-27-8 102 50-24-8 108
Montreal Canadiens 82 43 27 12 43-27-12 98 50-22-10 110
Detroit Red Wings 82 39 29 14 39-29-14 92 43-25-14 100
Boston Bruins 82 37 31 14 37-31-14 88 41-27-14 96
Ottawa Senators 82 37 32 13 37-32-13 87 43-26-13 99
Florida Panthers 82 30 34 18 30-34-18 78 38-29-15 91
Toronto Maple Leafs 82 25 47 10 25-47-10 60 30-44-8 68
Buffalo Sabres 82 15 54 13 15-54-13 43 23-51-8 54
Metropolitan Games Played Regulation and OT Wins Losses (Reg + OT) Ties (Shootouts) True Record True Points Real Record Real Points
New York Rangers 82 49 24 9 49-24-9 107 53-22-7 113
New York Islanders 82 40 29 13 40-29-13 93 47-28-7 101
Washington Capitals 82 40 33 9 40-33-9 89 45-26-11 101
Pittsburgh Penguins 82 39 33 10 39-33-10 88 43-27-12 98
Columbus Blue Jackets 82 33 38 11 33-38-11 77 42-35-5 89
Philadelphia Flyers 82 30 38 14 30-38-14 74 33-31-18 84
New Jersey Devils 82 27 43 12 27-43-12 66 32-36-14 78
Carolina Hurricanes 82 25 45 12 25-45-12 62 30-41-11 71
Central Games Played Regulation and OT Wins Losses (Reg + OT) Ties (Shootouts) True Record True Points Real Record Real Points
St. Louis Blues 82 42 27 13 42-27-13 97 51-24-7 109
Nashville Predators 82 41 29 12 41-29-12 94 47-25-10 104
X Minnesota Wild 82 42 33 7 42-33-7 91 46-28-8 100
X Chicago Blackhawks 82 39 31 12 39-31-12 90  48-28-6 102
Winnipeg Jets 82 36 33 13 36-33-13 85 43-26-13 99
Dallas Stars 82 37 38 7 37-38-7 81 41-31-10 92
Colorado Avalanche 82 29 39 14 29-39-14 72 39-31-12 90
Pacific Games Played Regulation and OT Wins Losses (Reg + OT) Ties (Shootouts) True Record True Points Real Record Real Points
Anaheim Ducks 82 43 26 13 43-26-13 99 51-24-7 109
X Vancouver Canucks 82 42 32 8 42-32-8 92 48-29-5 101
X Calgary Flames 82 41 34 7 41-34-7 89 45-30-7 97
X Los Angeles Kings 82 38 34 10 38-34-10 86 40-27-15 95
San Jose Sharks 82 36 36 10 36-36-10 82 40-33-9 89
Edmonton Oilers 82 19 51 12 19-51-12 50 24-44-14 62
Arizona Coyotes 82 19 53 10 19-53-10 48 24-50-8 56

True Record Playoff Match-Ups:

(Regulation and Overtime Wins are the tiebreaker)

Atlantic:

(1) Tampa Bay Lightning vs. (4) Pittsburgh Penguins

(2) Montreal Canadiens vs. (3) Detroit Red Wings

Metropolitan:

(1) New York Rangers vs. (4) Boston Bruins

(2) New York Islanders vs. (3) Washington Capitals

Central:

(1) St. Louis Blues vs. (4) Chicago Blackhawks

(2) Nashville Predators vs. (3) Minnesota Wild

Pacific:

(1) Anaheim Ducks vs. (4) Los Angeles Kings

(2)Vancouver Canucks vs. (3) Calgary Flames

There you have it. I am hoping to have a post up sometime Wednesday with some of my takeaways from this experiment. Comment away below with your thoughts and observations.

Taylor Gaines can be reached at TGaines@hookedonhockey.com or on Twitter @GainesTaylor.

 

Taylor Gaines
Tampa Bay Lightning fan pursuing a career as a journalist at the University of Florida.
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2 comments
RyanTurner
RyanTurner

there are a couple of errors here...preds should be at 94 points and kings should be at 86, no idea how you got 95...

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