Poll: Who Will Make It Out Of The Metropolitan Division?

Jan 27, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Penguins left wing Chris Kunitz (14) announced as one of the stars of the game after the game against the Buffalo Sabres at Consol Energy Center. Penguins beat the Sabres 3-0. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

One of the best things about most sports fans is that they can be brutally honest about their team. Whether you truly believe the Devils will be in the top-3 for the division or not, you will probably voice that opinion loud and clear.

That is why I am creating this poll. Votes are always welcome but don’t be afraid to comment as well!

Right now, the Metropolitan Division is as follows:

Pittsburgh Penguins – 76 points
New York Rangers – 59 points
Carolina Hurricanes – 57 points
Columbus Blue Jackets – 56 points
Philadelphia Flyers – 56 points
New Jersey Devils – 55 points
Washington Capitals – 54 points
New York Islanders – 50 points

Just about every team in the division is poised to make a playoff push with even the last-place Islanders in a spot where they have a very good opportunity in front of them.

It is obvious that the Pittsburgh Penguins will advance but the other teams are completely up in the air.

We are in for quite a race in the the Metropolitan Division.

Who Will Make the Playoffs Due to a Top-3 Spot in the Metropolitan? (Choose 2)

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Topics: Metropolitan Division, New Jersey Devils

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