In the Central:
Chicago has the first spot clinched, as well as the overall western #1 seed. They will face whomever finishes in the 2nd wild card spot (currently Nashville). Not much mystery there.
Minnesota is currently 2nd with 100 points, and it looks like that will probably hold up, setting up a first-round matchup with the 3rd seed (currently St. Louis). Mathematically, it is possible for the Blues to pass them if the Blues win every remaining game and the Wild lose every remaining game. If that somehow happens, it still sets up a MIN-STL first-round matchup, but the Blues would have home ice. Obviously this situation is unlikely since all the Wild need to do to clinch 2nd is to win any of their remaining 3 games.
St. Louis currently sits in 3rd, and are only 2 points ahead of Nashville, but do have one game in hand and an easier schedule. If the Blues win and Preds lose tonight, the Blues clinch 3rd place- the best Nashville could do after that is tie us, and the Blues hold the ROW tiebreaker. 3rd place is not a lock, but I like our chances.
Nashville, having been pushed out of the top three in the Central, sits in the 2nd wild card spot, because Calgary has one more point (and thus the 1st wild card). Both teams have 3 games remaining. The 1st wild card will face the winner of the Pacific Division, the 2nd wild card faces the Blackhawks.
In the Pacific:
4 points separates 1st place from 3rd place, with all teams having 3-4 games remaining. A lot of flux could still happen here.
Anaheim has a 2-point lead for 1st place, setting them up for a matchup with the 1st wild card, currently Calgary.
Right on their heels, 2 points back with 1 game in hand is Edmonton, of all teams.
2 points behind Edmonton is San Jose, having dropped down from 1st place in the Pacific following a 2-8 run in their last 10 games. It is mathematically possible for the Sharks to regain the Pacific lead, but unlikely, so they will probably finish in one of those middle spots.
4th place is Calgary, only 3 points behind San Jose, both teams with 3 games remaining. At this point, unless the Sharks completely blow it the rest of the way, Calgary should probably be more concerned about holding on to the 1st wild card spot in order to avoid falling to the 2nd wild card and a first-round date with Chicago.
Of note: if the current standings hold, both divisional playoffs will be entirely within their respective divisions. The 2 wild card teams will play the 1st place team in their own division. I like it.