Posted 19 January 2014 - 08:05 AM
Well if they go 15-8-9, that'll be a total of 95 points by the end of the season.
No, that would be 90 points.
51 + 39 = 90
Devils need to go nine over NHL .500 to finish with 92 points, twelve over to finish with 95.
Devils have won 20 out of their first 50 games. Kind of hard to make a case for them winning 20 out of their last 32. Of course I'd love to see it, but unless Schneider goes on an insane tear, or the Devils win almost all of their remaining shootouts, I can't see it happening.
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