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NHL 

Week 16

With the All-Star game behind them, teams know it’s time to get it together and make the final push for a playoff spot. Let’s see where they stand:

1 – Detroit Red Wings

2 – Nashville Predators

3 – New York Rangers

4 – Pittsburgh Penguins

5 – Boston Bruins

6 – Vancouver Canucks

7 – St. Louis Blues

8 – Philadelphia Flyers

9 – New Jersey Devils

10 – San Jose Sharks

11 – Chicago Blackhawks

12 – Toronto Maple Leafs

13 – Ottawa Senators

14 – Florida Panthers

15 – Calgary Flames

16 – Washington Capitals

17 – Tampa Bay Lightning

18 – Los Angeles Kings

19 – Buffalo Sabres

20 – New York Islander

21 – Colorado Avalanche 

22 – Minnesota Wild

23 – Dallas Stars

24 – Carolina Hurricanes

25 – Anaheim Ducks

26 – Phoenix Coyotes

27 – Winnipeg Jets

28 – Edmonton Oilers

29 – Montreal Canadiens

30 – Columbus Blue Jackets

NBA 

Week 8  

Is it just me or has the quality of basketball games this season been watered down? There are just too many star-studded teams blowing out the competition on a nightly basis, so bring the playoffs on already. Here’s how the league stands:

1 – Chicago Bulls

2 – Oklahoma City Thunders

3 – Miami Heat

4 – Philadelphia 76ers

5 – Los Angeles Clippers

6 – Indiana Pacers

7 – San Antonio Spurs

8 – Boston Celtics

9 – Atlanta Hawks

10 – Denver Nuggets

11 – Orlando Magic

12 – Los Angeles Lakers

13 – Utah Jazz

14 – Dallas Mavericks

15 – Portland Trail Blazers

16 – Minnesota Timberwolves

17 – Houston Rockets

18 – Milwaukee Bucks

19 – Memphis Grizzlies

20 – New York Knicks

21 – Sacramento Kings

22 – Phoenix Suns

23 – Cleveland Cavaliers

24 – Toronto Raptors

25 – Golden State Warriors 

26 – Detroit Pistons

27 – New Jersey Nets

28 – Washington Wizards

29 – New Orleans Hornets

30 – Charlotte Bobcats