Updated: Sep 18, 2008, 1:06 PM

Vote: What's the outlook for the Atlantic?


Fall is here, and that means it's time for 30 teams to resume pursuit of the Stanley Cup. The Detroit Red Wings have been able caretakers of the cherished chalice since capturing it last season, but when it comes to a commodity like championships, past success isn't necessarily an indicator of future success.

2007-08 Standings
1. Penguins, 102 points
2. Devils, 99 points
3. Rangers, 97 points
4. Flyers, 95 points
5. Islanders, 79 points

Playoffs: Penguins, Devils, Rangers, Flyers

After a summer to take stock of their shortcomings, how will the teams in the Atlantic look on the ice this season? Vote and be heard, SportsNation!

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