NHL Power Rankings- All-Star Break Right Around The Corner

By Keith Schultz
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Jan 17, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar (11) after he scored a goal past Anaheim Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen (31) in the second period of the game at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

67. They don’t care about the regular season and they are where they like to be right on the brink. . . . Los Angeles Kings. 16. player

player. 103. Another bad fancy stats team, and they are outside looking in on the playoffs picture right now. . . . Colorado Avalanche. 15

19. What a difference a Barry Trotz makes to a team. . . . Washington Capitals. 14. player

player. 120. Does it matter what they do in the regular season? We know how their story always ends in the postseason. . . San Jose Sharks. 12

11. player. 104. Ryan Miller is a pretty good regular season goalie, the postseason…….. . . Vancouver Canucks

The Rangers are only as good as Henrik Lundqvist which could take them a long way if they make the playoffs just look at last season. . . New York Rangers. 10. player. 95

player. 92. The Penguins are 4-5-1 in their last 10 and even though they have a loaded roster can you really trust them in crunch time.. . . Pittsburgh Penguins. 9

. . Chicago Blackhawks. 8. player. 94. The Jets have their number and it’s a team that could be a possible opening round opponent.