Our NHL 2015/2016 Simulation From EA Sports’ NHL 16

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Pacific Division

1. Anaheim Ducks (46-28-8)
2. Calgary Flames (47-30-5)
3. Los Angeles Kings (44-30-8)
4. San Jose Sharks (42-30-10)
5. Vancouver Canucks (34-42-6)
6. Edmonton Oilers (27-41-14)
7. Arizona Coyotes (28-46-8)

Anaheim Ducks

Anaheim topped a highly contested Pacific Division with 100 points, thanks to the efforts of Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf who grabbed 69 points each, with Perry leading the team in goals. Kevin Bieksa wasn’t as prolific as some may have hoped in defense, finishing with a total of 16 points for the season. Rickard Rakell improved on last year’s performance with 17 goals, and new addition Carl Hagelin also chipped in with 20 goals of his own.

Anton Khudobin’s arrival was overshadowed by Frederik Andersen, who had a standout season in net. Andersen finished with a .934 SV% and a GAA of 2.070, and he was rewarded for his efforts with the William M. Jennings Trophy.  An excellent season for the Ducks as they marched forward to the playoffs once again.

Division: 1st
Conference: 4th
League: 6th