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NHL Power Rankings- Week #1

By Keith Schultz
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Sep 29, 2015; Calgary, Alberta, CAN; Colorado Avalanche head coach

Patrick Roy

against the Calgary Flames at Scotiabank Saddledome. Flames won 2-0. Mandatory Credit: Candice Ward-USA TODAY Sports

team. 103. The demise of the Av’s will continue this season, and sooner than later Patrick Roy will not be around either. . Previous: 22nd. Colorado Avalanche. 20

team. 70. They blew up the team this summer, and now we get to see how they mix together which most likely will be with fewer wins. . Previous: 21st. Boston Bruins. 19

Florida Panthers. 18. team. 97. Can <strong><a href=. . Previous: 19th

17. team. 120. The Sharks have new leadership behind the bench, but will that help the old leadership that remains on the ice?. . Previous: 20th. San Jose Sharks

Plenty of <strong><a href=. (10-4). Previous: 16th. Winnipeg Jets. 16. team. 107

team. 91. The Senators were mediocre until the last two months by the Hamburgler, the question is will the Senators be able to find their game from last spring or fall back to average.. . Previous: 18th. Ottawa Senators. 15

Previous: 11th. Columbus Blue Jackets. 14. team. 113. <strong><a href=.

team. 106. It’s their first year in Brooklyn, will they bring a Divisional Championship to their new home?. . Previous: 14th. New York Islanders. 13

. Previous: 17th. Dallas Stars. 12. team. 119. They had a terrible preseason, but the former Blackhawks with <strong><a href=

92. The <strong><a href=. . Previous: 12th. Pittsburgh Penguins. 11. team

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