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  1. Anders Lindback helps Predators withstand late Lightning surge to take NHL points lead

    Oct 24, 2010, 9:12 PM EST

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    Nashville Predators v Chicago Blackhawks

    For at least one night, the Nashville Predators sit atop the NHL’s standings with 13 points. They’re also the only team without a regulation loss, although two quick third period goals from Tampa Bay made Anders Lindback & Co. sweat it out.

  2. Inside the Western Conference Standings – October 24

    Oct 24, 2010, 8:15 PM EST

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    redwingsstandings

    Every now and then, we’ll take a look at each conference’s standings to see if there are any trends or quirks that explain why some teams are failing and others are overachieving. Obviously, these results will reveal bigger truths once we advance later into this season … but it’s still fun and interesting to take…

  3. Inside the Eastern Conference Standings – October 24

    Oct 24, 2010, 7:29 PM EST

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    Buffalo Sabres v New Jersey Devils

    After looking at some of the Eastern Conference standings stats, it’s clear that playing on the road hasn’t been a big deal for most teams in the conference at this early stage. Click “read more” to find out which teams are flourishing away from home and which teams are floundering in their own arenas.

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