NHL.com’s Hockey Sunday has you covered with a special installment that breaks down the standings in a quick and easy fashion.
The New York Islanders and Chicago Blackhawks will battle for the second and third spots in the Eastern Conference, respectively.
Both teams were swept by the Anaheim Ducks in their first two games, but they’re playing better than their records suggest.
In the first three games, the Islanders were tied for first place with a 10-1-2 record.
But after the Ducks swept them in their last game, the Isles were the first team to score 30 or more goals.
They have four wins in their past five games, including a 5-2 win over the Washington Capitals.
The Blackhawks have two wins in the past three games.
This weekend, the St. Louis Blues host the Tampa Bay Lightning.
This is the first meeting between the teams in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Lightning are coming off a 3-2 overtime victory against the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday.
The St. Anthony Saints were the winners of the second game in St, Paul, last year.
The Washington Capitals play the New Jersey Devils on Sunday.
Both the Capitals and Devils are on a four-game losing streak.
The Capitals are in the hunt for the final playoff spot in the Metropolitan Division.
The Winnipeg Jets play the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday at 7 p.m.
The Hurricanes have a two-game lead in the Atlantic Division.
The Jets have three games left in the regular season, but the team has dropped seven of their past eight games.
They’re currently on a five-game winning streak.
The Carolina Hurricanes play the Florida Panthers on Sunday, November 16 at 7:30 p.p.m., EST.
This was the first game between the two teams this season.
The Dallas Stars play the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday, November 15 at 5:30 a.m, EST.
The Canadiens have a three-game win streak, and they have scored at least two goals in six of their last seven games.
The Stars are currently on the outside looking in.
The Detroit Red Wings play the Chicago Wolves on Saturday at 3:30:30pm, EST, at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
The Red Wings are in fourth place in the Central Division, two points behind the Minnesota Wild.
The Wolves are tied for second place in that division.
The Toronto Maple Leafs play the Boston Bruins on Sunday morning, November 19 at 8:30am, EST at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.
The Bruins are in third place in their division and have four points, two behind the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Maple Leafs are in fifth place in this division.
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