NHL Power Rankings- February Positioning

By Keith Schultz
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Feb 13, 2015; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin (91) is helped off the ice during the third period against the Florida Panthers at the American Airlines Center. The Stars shut out the Panthers 2-0. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

119. Losing Tyler Seguin for 3-6 weeks will derail their chances on making the playoffs just when they were building some real momentum.. . . Dallas Stars. 19. player

30. They got rid of Evander Kane, but they have been very undisciplined since the All-Star break and their record shows it 3-5-2 in last 10. They may be in the playoffs right now but they look to be falling like a rock with no end in sight.. . . Winnipeg Jets. 18. player

112. They play hard every night and you have to respect that and Hiller has been good for most of the season. Will they be able to grind it out for 82 games and make the playoffs is the question.. . . Calgary Flames. 17. player

. . Vancouver Canucks. 16. player. 104. Can they hold on just like the Flames? They have appeared to weather the storm in the middle of the season do they have what is needed in the tank to finish?

70. The Bruins defense has to worry you on most nights because Rask is good but he can’t stop anything. They are the only team not totally locked into the playoffs in the East right now. . . Boston Bruins. 15. player

The Wild are red hot! It seems like just yesterday we all thought Coach Yeo was good as gone now they look tought to beat, amazing what a good goalie can do for a team.. . . Minnesota Wild. 14. player. 98

19. A bit of struggle as of late for the Caps, but Never, Never,Never sleep on any team coached by Barry Trotz. . . Washington Capitals. 13. player