NHL Power Rankings- The Home Stretch

By Keith Schultz
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Mar 21, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Kings center Tyler Toffoli (73) tries to get the rebounded puck from a save by Vancouver Canucks goalie Eddie Lack (31) during the second period at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

11. player. 104. The Canucks looked like the most fragile team in the playoff race from the Pacific Division and then they go and easily beat the LA Kings in LA. 41-26-4. . Vancouver Canucks

98. Can Devan Dubnyk win the Vezina for saving the Wild season? Remember when Mike Yeo was supposed to be fired? . 40-25-7. . Minnesota Wild. 10. player

94. The Blackhawks inconsistent offense is very concerning without Patrick Kane in the lineup. . 43-22-6. . Chicago Blackhawks. 9. player

92. The Penguins are 4-5-1 in their last 10 and even though they have a loaded roster but can you really trust them in crunch time against a physical team.  No chance right!. 40-22-10. . Pittsburgh Penguins. 8. player

7. player. 151. Does the Buffalo gift win last night get the Preds back on track or just cover up their recent struggles? . 44-21-6. . Nashville Predators

106. The Islanders have been struggling with Nick Leddy out with injury, he’s back now so the wins will start piling up again right? . 44-25-4. . New York Islanders. 6. player

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