NHL Power Rankings- L.A. Kings Making A Move

By Keith Schultz
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Feb 22, 2015; Uniondale, NY, USA; Vancouver Canucks goalie Ryan Miller (30) makes a save in front of New York Islanders right wing Colin McDonald (13) and Vancouver Canucks defenseman Adam Clendening (44) during the first period at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

15. player. 104. The Canucks are quietly still in 2nd place but look out for that team in their rear view mirror.. . . Vancouver Canucks

98. The Wild are 8-1-1 in their last 10 one of the hottest teams in the NHL, but they are still one point outside of the Playoff bubble in the West so the hotness needs to keep up for their playoff hopes.. . . Minnesota Wild. 14. player

No one will want to play the Caps if Holtby keeps playing good… TROTZ. . . Washington Capitals. 13. player. 19

12. player. 120. They put on a good show, but in the end the Stadium Series loss to the Kings was a hurtful loss. . . San Jose Sharks

. . New York Rangers. 11. player. 95. For a New York team they are quietly playing very good hockey going 7-1-2 in their last 10 games.  

92. The Penguins are 5-4-1 in their last 10 but will Crosby be able to lead the team back to the Finals I don’t think many outside of Pittsburgh think they will make it back this year.. . . Pittsburgh Penguins. 9. player

player. 94. The Blackhawks aren’t playing good defense or scoring goals hopefully this is just a lull in the season not a forewarning for things to come.. . . Chicago Blackhawks. 8

. Anaheim Ducks. 7. player. 105. The Ducks are not playing good hockey right now and like the Hawks may have just hit a lull but the current Ducks haven’t shown that flipping the switch ability recently..

23. The Lightning are a team that could be very dangerous this spring if they stay healthy for a long playoff run.. . . Tampa Bay Lightning. 6. player