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Season 19 CEHL Trade Deadline
The Trade Deadline has arrived! A turbulent time in the world of CEHL, as buyers and sellers conduct business and UFA extensions are finalized. With the playoffs right around the corner, it will be a sprint to the finish line.
In the West there is a battle for the last 3 playoff spots, with 6 teams jockeying for positon. GM Mike Smalls' Smity Cup Defending Champion Dallas Stars are one of these horses in race. And obviously failing to reach the playoffs would be a huge disapointment, one that could easily call for change in Dallas, possibly including the firing of head coach Dave Tippet.
The Edmonton Oilers are also in the race, currently on the outside looking in. The Oilers have failed to make the playoffs several seasons in a row and now, and GM Andrew Bradley's frustration could be relieved in the final 12 games.
The Chicago Blackhawks and the St.Louis Blues lead the league 1 - 2 in points overall and the final stretch will be dramatic as the Presidents, the Central Division Title and the 1 seed will all likely go to one of these two teams, leaving the other empty handed.
The Eastern Conference is less of a race. The New Jersey Devils have the best shot to get into the 8th seed. The Carolina Hurricane's have a slight lead and after an up and down but otherwise successful season, GM Chad Wise will fight for his life to hold onto that spot.
The Montreal Canadians have managed to keep a hold of the 1 seed after stumbing post rerate. Both the Panthers and the Flyers had good starts to their seasons, but have since died out and playoff hopes are all but extinguished. Rumours were circling that Panthers head coach Michel Therrien could be let go before his contract expires.
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