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With the NHL season over and the playoffs upon us, it’s time to announce the results for the Regular Season Pick ‘Em. Except for the Bruins and Canucks, everyone was largely surprised. The Rangers, Panthers, Blues and Coyotes were all surprise division winners, to go with a few other dark horses. Picking seeding was also difficult, with the Canucks being the only easy pick (for the top seed).
So where did that leave everyone? How did the teams that made it in treat everybody? Without further ado, the winner of the 2011-2012 NHL Pick ‘Em is…Brian. Brian got the win thanks to correctly guessing the Penguins to finish #4 out West. Congratulations to Brian for a squeaker of a victory.
So there you have it. Check below for the full results, and check back again Wednesday for the first round of the playoffs Pick ‘Em.
|East||#1||Washington Capitals||Buffalo Sabres||Washington Capitals||Philadelphia Flyers||Washington Capitals|
|#2||Philadelphia Flyers||Washington Capitals||Pittsburgh Penguins||Washington Capitals||Philadelphia Flyers|
|#3||Boston Bruins||Philadelphia Flyers||Boston Bruins||Boston Bruins||Boston Bruins|
|#4||Pittsburgh Penguins (5)||Boston Bruins||Buffalo Sabres||Tampa Bay Lightning||Tampa Bay Lightning|
|#5||Buffalo Sabres||Tampa Bay Lightning||Tampa Bay Lightning||New Jersey Devils||Pittsburgh Penguins|
|#6||Tampa Bay Lightning||Pittsburgh Penguins||Philadelphia Flyers||Pittsburgh Penguins||Montreal Canadiens|
|#7||Carolina Hurricanes||Montreal Canadiens||New York Rangers||New York Rangers||Buffalo Sabres|
|#8||New York Rangers||New York Rangers||Montreal Canadiens||Buffalo Sabres||New York Rangers|
|West||#1||Vancouver Canucks (8)||Vancouver Canucks (8)||Vancouver Canucks (8)||Vancouver Canucks (8)||San Jose Sharks|
|#2||Los Angeles Kings||San Jose Sharks||San Jose Sharks||Detroit Red Wings||Vancouver Canucks|
|#3||Detroit Red Wings||Detroit Red Wings||Chicago Blackhawks||San Jose Sharks||Detroit Red Wings|
|#4||San Jose Sharks||Anaheim Ducks||Detroit Red Wings||Chicago Blackhawks||Chicago Blackhawks|
|#5||Chicago Blackhawks||Nashville Predators||Los Angeles Kings||Nashville Predators||Anaheim Ducks|
|#6||Anaheim Ducks||Chicago Blackhawks (3)||Anaheim Ducks||Los Angeles Kings||Nashville Predators|
|#7||Nashville Predators||Los Angeles Kings||St. Louis Blues||Anaheim Ducks||Los Angeles Kings|
|#8||Minnesota Wild||Phoenix Coyotes||Columbus Blue Jackets||St. Louis Blues||Minnesota Wild|
|President’s||Trophy||Vancouver Canucks||Vancouver Canucks||Washington Capitals||Philadelphia Flyers||San Jose Sharks|
|Tiebreaker||Worst Team||Ottawa Senators||Florida Panthers||Ottawa Senators||Winnipeg Jets||Florida Panthers|
|2nd Worst Team||Edmonton Oilers||Winnipeg Jets||Edmonton Oilers||Minnesota Wild||Colorado Avalanche|
|3rd Worst Team||Winnipeg Jets||Edmonton Oilers||Dallas Stars||New York Islanders||Edmonton Oilers|