I don't really care who goes in what division. I'd love to see Detroit go to the east, but I won't be selfish. Let me tall you what I do like. The four-division league. But not the way the league talks about it. They're talking about the #1 and 2 teams in each division making the playoffs and then the top four next teams earning wildcards. Screw that. Make it the top four from each division. If you finish 5th in a great division, too bad. Should have finished fourth. Now comes the best part. The playoffs. One vs. 4. 2 vs. 3 Winner vs. Winner. Division Champ vs Division Champ Conference Champ vs. Conference Champ. That's how to develop a rivallry. 8 Detroit-vs-Columbus regular season games mean nothing in terms of starting a fire. Have a few years of divisional playoff wars ... that's when the blood goes bad. To me, the NHL hasn't been quite the same since the old Adams, Norris, Smythe and Patrick Divison playoffs were tossed out the window. Quebec-Montreal? Boston-Montreal? Boston-Buffalo? Calgary-Edmonton? Islanders-Capitals? Rivalries develop in the playoffs. Loosen the strings on regular seaosn matchups and make divisional opponents go to war in the playoffs. Watch the rivalries blossom. Your thoughts?