NHL Power Rankings- The Home Stretch

By Keith Schultz
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Mar 20, 2015; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning bench and fans cheer after they scored against the Detroit Red Wings during the third period at Amalie Arena. Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Detroit Red Wings 3-1. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

23. Nobody in the East will want to play the Bolts in the playoffs this year with a healthy Stamkos and Bishop. They are 7-2-1 in their last 10 games.  . 44-21-7. . Tampa Bay Lightning. 5. player

. St. Louis Blues. 4. player. 99. Everyone is trying to say this is the year that the Blues get out of the first round, but we all know this is just propaganda. 45-21-6

46-20-7. . Anaheim Ducks. 3. player. 105. The Ducks have come out of their tough patch and are back to winning games and possibly a President’s Trophy, but if they get the Kings in the first round the regular season will probably be meaningless again.  

152. Carey Price seems to be picking up shut out after shut out. They will be a tough out in the playoffs.  The East will be an exciting tournament!. 46-20-7. . Montreal Canadiens. 2. player

45-18-7. . New York Rangers. 1. player. 95. The Rangers biggest question may be who starts in net for the playoffs.  Their only weakness may be the powerplay.  The East may come down to which goalie gets the hottest. 

Who would make the Top 10 in your NHL Power Rankings this week?

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