No. Only regular season games are included in the standings. Exhibition games are not. Playoff games have their own standings.
No. These are official games.
Past 10 games
Yes. All regular season games count towards standings, no matter who the opponent is.
That is the record of the team in interleague games.
As of the 2006-2007 season: Each team in the NHL plays 82 games - 41 at home and 41 on the road. 6 games (3 home, 3 away) are played against each team in the Division (24 games) 4 games (2 home, 2 away) are played against the other teams in the Conference (40 games). 18 games (9 home, 9 away) of the season are interconference games. 3 interconference teams play both a home and away game (In Canada it is always the other Canadian teams, in the USA it rotates every year with the other USA teams). The other 12 interconference teams play only once every season rotating home and away.
pct is the winning percentage=wins/total games
The Yankees standings will change almost daily. Click on the link below for the updated MLB standings.
No, preseason games have no impact on standings at all. They're really nothing but glorified practices.
Officially, no country "wins" the Olympic Games. Medal standings are not recognized by the International Olympic Committee.