NHL Power Rankings

By Sean Fitzgerald
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January 2, 2015; Anaheim, CA, USA; Anaheim Ducks center

Ryan Getzlaf

(15) shoots on goal against the St. Louis Blues during the second period at Honda Center. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

5. New York Rangers 24-11-4: The Rangers are the hottest team in hockey and playing great hockey. They have won five in a row and appear not to be slowing down at all.They have been controlling the play, generating high quality chances and producing on the power play.

Rangers All-Star: Rick Nash

4. New York Islanders 28-13-1: The Islanders have won two in a row and are still the best team in New York. The Islanders are only having one rep in the All-Star game in John Tavares. This is the biggest snub that more Islanders are not on the team.

3. Tampa Lightening 27-12-4: They have won three in a row and are the beast in the East. Steven Stamkos and Tyler Johnson are going to the All-Star game.

2. Anaheim Ducks 26-10-6: The Ducks have endured the mumps, injuries, and players struggling. They still are one of the best teams in the West and in the NHL. Teemu Selane number will be retired this sunday. The Ducks are only sending one rep to the All Star game.

Ducks All-Star: Ryan Getzlaf

1. Nashville Predators 28-9-4: The Preds are the best in the Central and the NHL. They continue to win games with great goal tending and an improved offense.

Predators All-Stars: Fillip Forsberg, Pekka Rinner, and Shea Weber.

The Preds are number one this week, who is your number one team??