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Southeast race

What's left for teams in the Southeast Division:

WASHINGTON CAPITALS

Record: 23-17-2, 48 pts; 1st in Southeast; 3rd in Eastern Conference

SportsClubStats.com division win chances: 86 per cent (92.2 in playoffs)

Remaining games: 6

Road (2); Ottawa, Montreal.

Home (4): Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Boston.

WINNIPEG JETS

Record: 21-19-2, 44 pts. 2nd in Southeast; 9th in Eastern Conference

SportsClubStats.com division win chances: 14 per cent

Remaining games: 6

Road (2): Buffalo, Washington

Home (4): Tampa Bay, Carolina, New York Islanders, Montreal.

Conference race

OTTAWA SENATORS

Record: 21-14-6, 48 pts; 6th in the Eastern Conference.

SportsClubStats.com playoff chances: 97.3 per cent

Remaining games: 7

Road (2): Boston, Washington.

Home: (5): Carolina, Washington, Toronto, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia.

NEW YORK ISLANDERS

Record: 21-16-5, 47 pts; 7th in the Eastern Conference.

SportsClubStats.com playoff chances: 83 per cent

Remaining games: 6

Road (5): Toronto, Winnipeg, Carolina, Philadelphia, Buffalo.

Home (1): Florida.

NEW YORK RANGERS

Record: 21-16-4, 46 pts; 8th in the Eastern Conference.

SportsClubStats.com playoff chances: 93.5 per cent

Remaining games: 7

Road (4): Philadelphia, Buffalo, Florida, Carolina.

Home: (3): Florida, New Jersey, New Jersey.

WINNIPEG JETS

Record: 21-19-2, 44 pts; 9th in Eastern Conference

SportsClubStats.com playoff chances: 32.0 per cent

Remaining games: 6

Road (2): Buffalo, Washington

Home (4): Tampa Bay, Carolina, New York Islanders, Montreal.

NEW JERSEY DEVILS

Record: 15-16-10, 40 pts; 11th in the Eastern Conference.

SportsClubStats.com playoff chances: 1.3 per cent

Remaining games: 6

Road (3): Philadelphia, NY Rangers, NY Rangers.

Home (3): Florida, Montreal, Pittsburgh.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 16, 2013 D3

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