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Colorado Avalanche has been a middle of the pack contender for the past few seasons, and will most likely continue to remain there.
Philadelphia Flyers made an impressive recovery last season, making it to the Conference Finals only a year after finishing last in the NHL.
Pittsburgh Penguins fans were understandably disappointed when their talented young squad lost in the Cup Finals to the machinelike Detroit Red Wings.
With all the moves that San Jose Sharks made during this offseason, anything less than a Conference Final finish should be considered a disappointment.
The Columbus Blue Jackets may finally be putting together a team that will be fit for playoff contention.
After a disappointing offseason last year, where they lost star players Chris Drury and Daniel Briere, the Sabres managed to keep most of their key players in place this time around.
The Dallas Stars had a very successful season in 2007-08, making it deep into the postseason, and losing out to Detroit in the Western Conference Finals.
After narrowly missing the playoffs last year, the Edmonton Oilers have made a couple of key acquisitions which may help them take the next step in making a run deep into the postseason.
Vancouver has been one of the in-between teams of the Western Conference for the past few years.
Don’t expect much to change for the better in Florida Panthers next season.