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NHL 2023-24: Chicago Blackhawks out of President’s Trophy Race

Connor Bedard and his team Chicago Blackhawks are out of the President’s Trophy of NHL 2023-24. The 2012-13 President’s Trophy winners are currently the bottom ranked team in NHL.

Chicago, having played 59 games has accumulated just 35 points. They have lost 39 games so far. With 23 games i hand, The maximum points Chicago can gain is 46. Even if they win all their remaining games, Chicago can go max 81.

Both Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks have 82 points each. New York Rangers and Florida Panthers are close behind with 81 and 80 points respectively.

Detroit Red Wings, a possible playoff contestant, defeated Chicago Blackhawks yesterday in Over Time. Therefore letting Chicago’s max score potential to drop from 83 to 81.

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Chicago is the last time to win Stanley Cup and President’s Trophy in the same year. The last they made to the playoffs was the suspended 2019-2020 season.

Boston Bruins, the defending champions are the favourites this season to lift the President’s Trophy. Vancouver Canucks, the two-time lifters are also equally favourites after their sensational season. The Canucks recently defeated the Bruins in Over Time in one of the most awaited games of NHL 2023-24.

Even New York Rangers (3 times), Florida Panthers (1 time), Dallas Stars (2 times) are prospects for the coveted trophy. Winnipeg Jets five points shy off Bruins and Canucks could lift their first President’s Trophy ever.

This season has been a different ride so far. What’s next is yet to be seen.

Comment who you think will win President’s Trophy below

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Mohammed Bazim S is a final-year Journalism student with a deep passion for sports reporting. At the age of 19, he is already making strides towards his dream of becoming a paddock reporter and rinkside correspondent. With a particular love for ice hockey and Formula 1, Mohammed aspires to capture the excitement of these sports through immersive reporting. His enthusiasm, coupled with his dedication to honing his skills, sets him on a path towards bringing the thrilling world of sports to life for fans worldwide.

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