A Look at the Pacific Division Standings

Published October 27, 2023 at 6:01 PM

With the Seattle Kraken getting points in back to back games on the start of their roadtrip, they have moved up where they stand in the Pacific Division.

Seattle now sits at fifth place in the division, tied with the Anaheim Ducks at six points each.

Anaheim is coming off of a massive overtime win against the Boston Bruins on Thursday night.

Sitting atop of the division is the reigning Stanley Cup Champion Vegas Golden Knights, who are 7-0-0, leading the division in both goals for and goals against as well.

Vancouver sits 2nd with a 4-2-0 record, having goaltender Thatcher Demko healthy again has really helped the Canucks early on.

After making some big moves in the offseason for center Pierre-Luc Dubois, Los Angeles is looking to find their groove as they are 3rd with a 3-2-1 record.

Edmonton and Calgary both are teams who expected much more from their teams at the start of the year, with Edmonton's 1-5-1 record being in 7th place and Calgary's 2-5-1 placing 6th.

Currently last in the division is the rebuilding San Jose Sharks, who saw Norris Trophy winning Erik Karlsson traded to Pittsburgh in the summer.

With their captain Logan Couture injured, the Sharks are without a major part of their locker room.

The Sharks are looking for their first win as they are 0-6-1 to start the 2023-24 campaign.
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A Look at the Pacific Division Standings

Who wins the Pacific Division?

Seattle821.1 %
Vegas1436.8 %
Vancouver821.1 %
Los Angeles821.1 %
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