The St. Louis Blues qualified for the playoffs for the third straight season a year ago. Winners of 27 games during the Covid-19 shortened season, they secured the fourth and final spot in the West Division.
What a year it was for the Minnesota Wild. After a season that went beyond many fans’ expectations and the long-awaited debut of Calder Trophy winner Kirill Kaprizov, it was quite the whirlwind for the Wild during the 2020-21 season.
While the first half of the 2020-2021 season made the Nashville Predators’ playoff hopes seem bleak, their second half was absolutely phenomenal. Winning 20 out of their last 28 games, they were able to sneak by the Dallas Stars and make the playoffs as the fourth team from the revamped Central Division.
Last season was a tough one for the Detroit Red Wings and their fans. They ended the year tied for last place in the revamped Central Division with the Columbus Blue Jackets, finishing with 48 points and a 19-27-10 record.
Welcome to another NHL Season Preview! In this edition, we take a look at the Ottawa Senators. Last season was yet another rough year for the Ottawa Senators as they only had 51 points finishing with a 23-28-5 record. However, in the weak North Division, they finished eight points out of a playoff spot. But nonetheless, they did not make it to the playoffs once again.
Welcome to another one of our Season Previews! This time around, we’ll discuss the Winnipeg Jets. Last season ended shockingly for the Jets after being swept by the Montreal Canadiens in the second round of the playoffs.