|Atlantic Division ||W ||L ||OTL ||P
|Pittsburgh Penguins ||28 ||13 ||7 ||63
|New York Rangers ||26 ||12 ||10 ||62
|Philadelphia Flyers ||23 ||15 ||10 ||56
|New Jersey Devils ||20 ||17 ||11 ||51
|New York Islanders ||18 ||24 ||6 ||42
The Atlantic Division is one of the best in the NHL, and it will likely feature three playoff teams in 2013.
The New York Rangers are the consensus pick to win the Stanley Cup in 2013, but the Pittsburgh Penguins will narrowly capture the division over the Blueshirts.
New York bested Pittsburgh last year in the Atlantic Division, and with the additions the team has made, they will make it a fight to the finish in the division.
The Philadelphia Flyers will finish in third place, and they will look for Ilya Bryzgalov to stand tall to compensate for the lack of depth on the blue line. They will also need another big year from Claude Giroux.
The New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders will round off the bottom of the division, but New Jersey will put up a valiant fight for the No. 8 spot in the conference while the Isles contend for the right to draft Nathan Mackinnon or Seth Jones.