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Thirty years after the last time two teams met in back-to-back finals, history is about to repeat itself. Same finalists as in 2007--08. Same result.
October 12, 2008

HOW THEY'LL FINISH

Eastern Conference

1 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS*
2 MONTREAL CANADIENS*
3 PHILADELPHIA FLYERS
4 NEW JERSEY DEVILS
5 WASHINGTON CAPITALS*
6 NEW YORK RANGERS
7 BOSTON BRUINS
8 OTTAWA SENATORS

OUT OF THE PLAYOFFS
9 CAROLINA HURRICANES
10 TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
11 FLORIDA PANTHERS
12 BUFFALO SABRES
13 ATLANTA THRASHERS
14 TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
15 NEW YORK ISLANDERS

Western Conference

1 DETROIT RED WINGS*
2 DALLAS STARS*
3 SAN JOSE SHARKS
4 ANAHEIM DUCKS
5 MINNESOTA WILD*
6 CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS
7 EDMONTON OILERS
8 CALGARY FLAMES

OUT OF THE PLAYOFFS
9 PHOENIX COYOTES
10 NASHVILLE PREDATORS
11 COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS
12 COLORADO AVALANCHE
13 VANCOUVER CANUCKS
14 ST. LOUIS BLUES
15 LOS ANGELES KINGS

STANLEY CUP FINALS
RED WINGS OVER PENGUINS

*Division winner

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Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)