Monday Morning Standings…and Olympic Highlights

By , February 16, 2010 11:04 am

Go Canada!

Well these will be the standings until the beginning of March, however I will continue to use the space to highlight what has happened at the Olympics as well (and not just hockey).

The Oilers…well, they are just not that good.  Its going to be a super interesting right after the Olympic break, but I am starting to think that we might not see that much movement from the Oil.  Not because Tambellini isn’t trying, I just think the other GM’s are vultures and want picks from us to take bad contracts.  Pisani and Comrie are good to go for picks, Souray, Cogliano, Grebber Grabber are all mentioned as well and they should land prospects and picks, but I don’t see the others going away.  Now the off season might be a different story, but thats just what I see.

Now on to the standings, and keep reading for a recap of the Canadian Olympic results to date.

Conference Standings

East West
Team GP Pts Team GP Pts
Washington Capitals 62 90 San Jose Sharks 62 89
New Jersey Devils 61 77 Chicago Blackhawks 61 87
Ottawa Senators 63 76 Vancouver Canucks 61 76
Pittsburgh Penguins 62 76 Phoenix Coyotes 63 79
Buffalo Sabres 60 75 Los Angeles Kings 61 78
Philadelphia Flyers 60 67 Colorado Avalanche 61 76
Boston Bruins 60 65 Nashville Predators 61 71
Montréal Canadiens 63 64 Calgary Flames 62 69
Tampa Bay Lightning 61 63 Dallas Stars 61 68
New York Rangers 62 63 Detroit Red Wings 61 68
Atlanta Thrashers 60 62 Anaheim Ducks 62 67
Florida Panthers 61 58 St Louis Blues 62 65
New York Islanders 62 58 Minnesota Wild 61 64
Carolina Hurricanes 61 55 Columbus Blue Jackets 63 60
Toronto Maple Leafs 61 49 Edmonton Oilers 61 44

League Standings

NHL Overall
Team GP Pts
Washington Capitals 62 90
San Jose Sharks 62 89
Chicago Blackhawks 61 87
Phoenix Coyotes 63 79
Los Angeles Kings 61 78
New Jersey Devils 61 77
Vancouver Canucks 61 76
Colorado Avalanche 61 76
Pittsburgh Penguins 62 76
Ottawa Senators 63 76
Buffalo Sabres 60 75
Nashville Predators 61 71
Calgary Flames 62 69
Dallas Stars 61 68
Detroit Red Wings 61 68
Philadelphia Flyers 60 67
Anaheim Ducks 62 67
Boston Bruins 60 65
St Louis Blues 62 65
Minnesota Wild 61 64
Montréal Canadiens 63 64
Tampa Bay Lightning 61 63
New York Rangers 62 63
Atlanta Thrashers 60 62
Columbus Blue Jackets 63 60
Florida Panthers 61 58
New York Islanders 62 58
Carolina Hurricanes 61 55
Toronto Maple Leafs 61 49
Edmonton Oilers 61 44

As for the pool, there was no change in the standings as the “week” is still going on, but it looks as though Trogdor and myself won our weeks (barely but it still counts) and Racki tied his (with gr8one).

Medal Standings

Canada currently sits 4th with 4 medals (1 gold, 2 silver and 1 bronze).

Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
United States 2 2 4 8
France 2 0 2 4
Germany 1 3 0 4
Canada 1 2 1 4
3 tied at 3 n/a n/a n/a 3

Canada Medal Winners

Alexandre Bilodeau – Men’s Moguls – Gold
Jenn Heil – Ladies Moguls – Silver
Mike Robertson – Men’s Snowboard Cross – Silver
Kristina Groves – Ladies Speed Skating 3000m – Bronze

6 Responses to “Monday Morning Standings…and Olympic Highlights”

  1. NorwegianOiler says:

    Hope you are all ready to get embarrassed Canadians. It will be the Semi-Pros (with an odd pro) against the NHL Canadian All-Stars. Hope you’ve already begun digging the holes you will no doubt have to hide in upon being schooled by Norway – I hear the permafrost in the ground is hard to dig in, so get that fire started and soften that dirt, or you will be caught with your frozen tears for all to see in a few hours! :D

    Cheerio boys!

  2. chucker says:

    Should be a shamefull night NO. Tonight Patrick Thoresen comes back to haunt us all. ;)

  3. zackman35 says:

    Mike Robertson was so close too. It’s interesting how “close” the medal standings are. It’s not like there is one country that can bring home most/all the medals. Then it would be no fun though of course.

  4. zackman35 says:

    Racki: 12-0 Canada.

    First or second period? Haha kidding but I am very excited to see our juggernaut of a team.

  5. Racki says:

    Btw, we’ll have the 3rd quarter Oilers report maybe next week. Trogdor is going under the knife today for his knee, so that puts the writeup on hold for him until next week at the earliest.

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