In honor of the win, the “points blown” standings update:

Two points “awarded” for every loss, one point for every OTL/SOL. Lowest point total is best. In parentheses are the official (ESPN) rankings.

  1. Calgary 15 (3)
  2. Chicago 15 (2)
  3. San Jose 16 (1)
  4. Colorado 21 (4)
  5. Nashville 21 (6)
  6. Los Angeles 22 (5)
  7. Detroit 22 (10)
  8. Phoenix 23 (7)
  9. Dallas 23 (9)
  10. Columbus 23 (8)
  11. Vancouver 24 (11)
  12. St. Louis 25 (12)
  13. Minnesota 27 (15)
  14. Anaheim 28 (13)
  15. Edmonton 30 (14)

Since Columbus got an OTL point tonight, and Anaheim lost, they are the only two teams whose points-blown total changed. The Columbus OTL point perfectly illustrates why I like thinking of the standings this way: in the “real” (ESPN) standings, Columbus got a point, so they moved up in the official standings into 8th place, from 10th. But, to my way of looking at it, they lost a point they could have had. So in my standings, they move down, not up: they drop out of a tie with LA and Detroit and slip down into a three-way tie with Dallas and Phoenix.