Coyotes Clinch Pacific Division Title With 4-1 Victory Over Wild, Sharks Now Try For No. 7 Seed

Heading into Saturday night's regular-season finale, the San Jose Sharks and the Los Angeles Kings now know where they stand. The Phoenix Coyotes have clinched the Pacific Division title and the No. 3 seed in the Western Division for the NHL Playoffs. The Kings and Sharks will now be playing to see who will become the No. 7 seed and who will become the No. 8 seed in the postseason. The loser of Saturday night's game at the Shark Tank will wind up on the bottom

Phoenix wasted no time in their road game against the Minnesota Wild on Saturday, jumping out to an early lead and never looking back en route to a 4-1 win. Their improbable turnaround from the beginning of the season has netted them a shiny new Pacific Division title.

For more on the Phoenix Coyotes, check out Five For Howling. For all news and information regarding the San Jose Sharks, please visit Fear the Fin. For updates and perspective regarding the Los Angeles Kings, head on over to Jewels From the Crown.

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