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Western Conference Winning Magic Numbers

How close is your team to clinching a certain playoff spot? A Winning Magic Number is the number of consecutive upcoming games a team must win to guarantee winning a given playoff spot. Click a team name to proceed to the team playoff picture page.

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Western Conference Winning Magic Numbers

  Record  Pacific Divisional Winners Central Divisional Winners Wildcard No Playoffs
Team Division W L OTL Pts 1* 2* 3 1* 2* 3 7 8 9
Ducks Pacific 51 24 7 109 0 ^ ^ - - - ^ ^ ^
Canucks Pacific 48 29 5 101 X 0 ^ - - - ^ ^ ^
Flames Pacific 45 30 7 97 X X 0 - - - ^ ^ ^
Blues Central 51 24 7 109 - - - 0 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Predators Central 47 25 10 104 - - - X 0 ^ ^ ^ ^
Blackhawks Central 48 28 6 102 - - - X X 0 ^ ^ ^
Wild Central 46 28 8 100 - - - X X X 0 ^ ^
Jets Central 43 26 13 99 - - - X X X X 0 ^
 
Kings Pacific 40 27 15 95 X X X - - - X X 0
Stars Central 41 31 10 92 - - - X X X X X 0
Avalanche Central 39 31 12 90 - - - X X X X X 0
Sharks Pacific 40 33 9 89 X X X - - - X X 0
Oilers Pacific 24 44 14 62 X X X - - - X X 0
Coyotes Pacific 24 50 8 56 X X X - - - X X 0
  • Notes
  • ^ means the team will finish better than this playoff spot
  • X means the team cannot win this playoff spot
  • numeric indicates the number of consecutive upcoming games that must be won to guarantee winning this spot
  • "DNCD" indicates the team Does Not Control its Destiny for this playoff spot and thus, even after winning all remaining games, needs help from other teams to win
  • * denotes home field advantage in the first round of the playoffs