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merchman567

Where we stand 3/14

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THANK YOU OTTAWA. They were down 2 goals in the third against Pitt and they tied it then won in the shootout. Rangers lost today as well. So with a win we would sit tied for 5th with Montreal Canadiens with a total of 80 points. 2 pts seperate 5th-8th. I will try and update everyday. I have center ice so I am trying to pay attention to all the teams fighting for the playoffs. Canes game in just a lil over 2 hours. Cant wait!

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Yea, we also had a big opportunity the night Dallas game was played. With all the teams between 4th and us losing. Hoping we can pull this one out.

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