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2015/16 Playoff Predictions

Yesterday, One Puck Short revealed its picks for the individual awards this season, today we turn attention to which teams might emerge from their respective Divisions – and which clubs will contest the Stanley Cup Final this year.

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2015/16 Awards Predictions

‘As is tradition’, hockey writers are required (perhaps by law) to publicly state their predictions on who’ll win the Stanley Cup, which coach will be fired first and which players will scoop the individual awards at the NHL’s glitzy end of season bash.

To ensure One Puck Short doesn’t fall foul of the hockey police, I humble submit my predictions for the end of season honours:

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The One Puck Short Podcast Returns!

The One Puck Short Podcast returns with a look at all 30 NHL teams before the puck drops on the 2015/16 season tomorrow night.

Can the Kings bounce back? Will Edmonton or Buffalo make the cut? And which General Manager might be practising voodoo?

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Season Preview: Pacific Division

Home of two of the NHL’s powerhouse franchises, Pacific Division clubs also boast some of the finest prospects in the league and is bracing itself for the media tsunami Connor McDavid’ arrival is set to bring.

Whilst it may mean there are only two clubs with a serious chance of winning the Stanley Cup this season, the potential on display is tremendous and the Division may be about to get seriously interesting.

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Season Preview: Central Division

Home of the defending Champions, the Central Division is arguably the toughest in the NHL.

All seven clubs have featured in the post season over the past two years, but all have questions to answer heading in to the new campaign.

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Season Preview: Metropolitan Division

The Metropolitan Division houses elite stars, awards candidates and has no shortage of goal scorers – but can it produce a Stanley Cup champion?

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Season Preview: Atlantic Division

The new NHL season is right around the corner, and the Atlantic Division has one bona fide contender, one team hoping to start over and six teams who could do great things….or nothing at all.

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