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The NHL Power Rankings Week 11

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Dec 16, 2014; Sunrise, FL, USA; Florida Panthers goalie

Roberto Luongo

(1) makes the final save on a shot by Washington Capitals left wing

Alex Ovechkin

(8) during a shoot out .The Panthers won 2-1 at BB&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

24. Florida Panthers 14-9-8: the Panthers were involved in the longest shootout in NHL history. Roberto Luongo was involved in the longest shootout in NHL History. He now has been involved in two of the longest shootout in NHL history and won them both.

23. Dallas Stars 13-13-5: Dallas has won three in a row. That proves anyone in the NHL can win three in a row. The only reason to watch the Stars this season is Tyler Seguin.

22. New Jersey Devils 12-17-6: The Devils are 3-5-2 in their last ten games and their goals leader Mike Cammalleri is being placed on IR. Cammalleri leads the team with 11 goals in 23 games. He has not played since December 13th.

21. Columbus Blue Jackets 14-14-3: Can the Jackets get into the playoff hunt? They are 8-1-1 in their last ten games and clawed their way out of the cellar. They currently sit in 5th place in Met.

20. Ottawa Senators 14-12-6: The Senators beat the Ducks for the first time since the 2007 Stanley Cup Final and their first regulation win against the Ducks since 2003.