Biggest Winners and Losers from the 2013-14 NHL Regular Season

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Biggest Winners and Losers from the 2013-14 NHL Regular Season
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After 1,230 NHL games, the 2013-14 season is officially in the books.

The final playoff spots were decided Friday, making the weekend somewhat anticlimactic. But the race for the top seeds in the West came down to Sunday, with the Anaheim Ducks securing the No. 1 seed and the Colorado Avalanche settling for the second seed in the conference.

Before we get the engines revved for the start of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs Wednesday, it's time to take a little stock of the regular season's winners and losers.

This is not designed to be a comprehensive list, as it will instead highlight some of the season's most memorable accomplishments and sadder moments. 

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