Predicting the Worst Teams in the NHL for 2011-12

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Predicting the Worst Teams in the NHL for 2011-12

The 2010-11 season was of little surprise when it came to teams disappointing their fan bases and making their owners angry.

In the east, Florida missed the playoffs for a NHL-record 11 seasons running. Toronto, despite selling out every seat in the house and spending big money, recorded another failed effort. Ottawa, a team of AHLers and players who should have still been in the minors, were atrocious, scoring less goals than anyone else in the league.

Meanwhile in the west, Colorado tanked, Columbus added another playoff-less season to their uninspiring history, and Edmonton…well…Edmonton was Edmonton.

Who will have the dubious honor of having next year’s first-overall draft pick by being the worst team in the NHL? Can Edmonton score a rare hat-trick and make it three in a row, will Florida’s spending spree blow up in their face, or will there be a playoff team who hits rock bottom and implodes like the Devils did last year before they salvaged their season?

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