The NHL Power Ranking Week 2

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Sept 19, 2013; Ottawa, ON, CAN; Toronto Maple Leafs centre Dave Bolland (63) and Ottawa Senators defenseman Fredrik Claesson (49) in the first period at the Canadian Tire Centre. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

20. The Toronto Maple Leafs 3-0: The Leafs are 3-0 and in first place in the Atlantic division. Two words: Smoke and mirrors! This did have the top play on sportscenter last night.

19. Carolina Hurricanes 1-0-1: Cam Ward was number one on the sportscenter top 10 but not for the right reason. He was the victim of a sweet spinorama last night.

18. Phoenix Coyotes: 1-1: The Coyotes are right where they want to be in the middle of the pack. Can Mike Smith play at a high level?

17. New York Islanders 1-1: John Tavares and the Islanders are playing well out of the gate. This could be a team on the rise. Can the misfit toys continue to play well

16. The Dallas Stars 1-1: The Stars dropped the first game of the season and rebounded with a victory over the Caps. Will the offseason moves pay off in the long run?

15. New Jersey Devils 0-1-1: Martin Broduer proved that he can still play at a high level in the net. The victories will come but how many will come?

14. Minnesota Wild 0-0-2 : Minnesota had suffered two overtime losses, however, they played extremely well in both games. The Wild should have beaten the Kings. They could be a dangerous team.

13. Anaheim Ducks 1-1: The Ducks are 1-1 but a -4 in scoring differential. Perhaps the Ducks should call Coach Bombay and employ the flying V? They need to improve their scoring differential.

12. New York Rangers 0-1 : The Rangers fans are in panic mode. We are not, it was one game. It is not time to be chanting “WE WANT TORTS”!

11. Ottawa Senators 1-0-1: The Senators are not missing Aflie like some had envision after one week. We shall if they miss Alfie over the course of the season.

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