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Here are PuckMePlease.com’s early 2013 – 2014 regular season and playoff predictions. There are some surprises this year. The Eastern conference will be tough with 16 teams…. Pittsburgh wins the division if Sidney Crosby stays healthy.

Who will win the Stanley Cup? Scroll down and see the results!!

NHL 2013-2014 Regular Season Predictions


Eastern ConferenceWestern Conference
Metropolitan DivisionAtlantic Division
Central Division
Pacific Division
Pittsburgh PenguinsBoston BruinsChicago BlackhawksLA Kings
Washington CaptailsOttawa SenatorsSt. Louis BluesSan Jose Sharks
New York RangersToronto Maple LeafsMinnesota WildAnaheim Ducks
New York Islanders (WC)Detroit Red Wings (WC)Dallas Stars (WC)Vancouver Canucks (WC)
Columbus Blue JacketsMontreal CanadiensWinnipeg JetsEdmonton Oilers
Carolina HurricanesTampa Bay LightningNashville PredatorsPhoenix Coyotes
Philadelphia FlyersBuffalo SabresColorado AvalancheCalgary Flames
New Jersey DevilsFlorida Panthers  

Here are PuckMePlease.com’s 2014 Playoff predictions.

Who will win the 2014 Stanley Cup? Scroll down and see the results!!

2014 NHL Playoff Predictions

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Playoff Round 1
Winner
Playoff Round 1
Winner
1. Pittsburgh PenguinsPittsburgh (4-2)1. Chicago BlackhawksChicago (4-1)
8. New York Islanders8. Dallas Stars
2. Boston BruinsBoston (4-1)2. LA KingsLA Kings (4-2)
7. Detroit Red Wings7. Vancouver Canucks
3. Washington CapitalsWashington (4-2)3. St. Louis BluesSt. Louis (4-2)
6. New York Rangers6. Minnesota Wild
4. Ottawa SenatorsToronto (4-3)4. San Jose SharksSan Jose (4-3)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs5. Anaheim Ducks

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Playoff Round 2
Winner
Playoff Round 2
Winner
1. Pittsburgh PenguinsPittsburgh (4-2)1. Chicago BlackhawksSan Jose (4-3)
5. Toronto Maple Leafs4. San Jose Sharks
2. Boston BruinsBoston (4-3)2. La KingsSt. Louis Blues (4-2)
3. Washington Capitals3. St. Louis Blues

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

Playoff Round 3
Winner
Playoff Round 3
Winner
1. Pittsburgh PenguinsPittsburgh (4-2)3. St. Louis BluesSt. Louis (4-3)
2. Boston Bruins4. San Jose Sharks

Stanley Cup
Winner
1. Pittsburgh PenguinsPittsburgh (4-2)
4. St. Louis Blues


2013 – 2014 NHL Regular Season and Playoff Predictions

5 Comments

  1. Rob

    September 26, 2013 at 5:05 pm

    Not sure why you think Ottawa will beat the Bruins. They are way too deep a team to come up short in 7 games against a team missing it’s captain. As well I think we will see the Leafs make it to the conference finals this year with their added depth in Bolland and healthy Lupol. Also look to see Kadri stem from his breakout year last year. I see the Penguins beating Chicago in 7 if they can muster a defensive effort.

  2. JP

    September 7, 2013 at 7:39 pm

    The habs will finish first in the Atlantic. Boston, Detroit, and Ottawa will follow, Toronto fifth, Tampa Bay, Buffalo, and Florida is how they will finish. You can mark it down. . The habs top three lines are loaded, no team in the Atlantic matches them. Listen folks they did not finish second in the conference with smoke and mirrors. They had the fifth ranked PP in the league. They were forth in goals scored. And now both their offense and defense have improved. Price had an off year, he will be back to elite form. Look for the Gally,s and Eller to have break out years. Briere is very motivated by playing for the team he idolized as a kid, look for him to return to the numbers he had three years ago 34 goals and 68 points, and I predict even better.

    • RP

      September 13, 2013 at 1:53 am

      PFFFT Way out there not even close

  3. Albert

    September 4, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    Absolutely no way the Habs don’t make the playoffs. They finished 2nd in the East last year and they have improved in the off season. The defense corps is one of the best in the league and they finished 3rd overall in offense for goals scored. What are you smoking?

  4. Joe

    August 17, 2013 at 4:48 am

    Capitals will be in first because of the goalie situation with Pittsburgh.
    Flyers should be last because of Claude’s new injury.
    Montreal should be 2nd, Price will make a comeback and even if he doesn’t they still have a great defense so they will make the Playoffs.
    Detroit is in a new Conference, a much harder one at that. Expect them to do well at first, collapse, and make a miracle comeback only to come up short.
    Ottawa should be WC.
    Jets should be last as well, they will fall behind the Panthers.
    Move Sharks back to WC and move Ducks and Canucks up one.

    But addressing YOUR playoffs now; Why does every upset go 7 games? Looking back at the 2012 Champions, the longest round before the SCF’s was 5 games and they were an 8th seed. Penguins will not win, they have no depth on defense and no amount of offensive can make up for that. And do the Blues plan to see Brian Elliot make it through all these rounds? The Sharks don’t really have an identity yet, so expect them to be knocked out by the Blackhawks who I see making the SCF’s again.

    Ottawa vs Chicago for the Cup – Chicago in 5.

    Sorry to say but Chicago has the best all-around team, and that’s what it takes to win the Stanley Cup. If there was no salary cap, Chicago would be an upcoming dynasty from 2010, but they will win two-three more cups with Toews, Kane, Hossa, Sharp, Keith, Seabrook, and Crawford.

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