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

By Keith Schultz
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Jan 16, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews (19) and Winnipeg Jets right wing Blake Wheeler (26) fight for the puck during the third period at the United Center. Winnipeg won 4-2. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

. . Winnipeg Jets. 7. player. 30. The Jets can play any style and if they get into the playoffs could be a real dangerous team in the opening round.

player. 152. Carey Price isn’t hurt that bad which  is good for the Canadiens because he’s one of the best in the business.. . . Montreal Canadiens. 6

Tampa Bay Lightning. 5. player. 23. A nice stretch of 7-3 by the Bolts and top spot in the East. Health will be their #1 goal like every other team heading into the 2nd half of the season. . .

. St. Louis Blues. 4. player. 99. They are scoring goals with ease as of late, but like the Penguins you can’t trust them come crunch time. .

151. The Pekka Rinne injury will test what has been a magical season so far in Smashville.. . . Nashville Predators. 3. player

2. player. 105. The Duck Dynasty in Anaheim has them on top of the West just like they normally are in the regular season. . . . Anaheim Ducks

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player. 106. They are fun to watch and they are getting good enough goaltending to be #2 in the standings in the East and #1 in our standings after shutting out the Rangers a few nights ago. . . New York Islanders. 1

There you go that’s this weeks NHL Power rankings before the All-Star break, What’s your Top 10? Who did we put too high or too low?

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