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NHL Power Rankings: Canadiens Smashing Records

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Oct 22, 2015; Ottawa, Ontario, CAN; The New Jersey Devils celebrate a goal score by left wing Adam Henrique (14) in the last minute of play of the third period to tie the game against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre. The Devils defeated the Senators 5-4 in a shootout. Mandatory Credit: Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

20. team. 85. The Devils have rattled off four wins a row, and they will not lose <strong><a href=. . Previous: 29th. New Jersey Devils

The Senators are not playing well at home this season. They have lost their last four home games.. . Previous: 14th. Ottawa Senators. 19. team. 91

67. The Kings have tallied four wins in a row and look to be progressing. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 22nd. Los Angeles Kings. 18. team

Previous: 10th. Vancouver Canucks. 17. team. 104. The Canucks are 0-3-2 at the Rogers Arena this season. They need to start winning games at home in the ultra-competive Pacific Division..

. Previous: 17th. Arizona Coyotes. 16. team. 121. Arizona has an exciting young team, but did you know they employ <strong><a href=

<strong><a href=. . Previous: 14th. Detroit Red Wings. 15. team. 72

team. 107. The shine has come off the Winnipeg Jets, who are now sixth in the Central Division. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 5th. Winnipeg Jets. 14

team. 97. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 15th. Florida Panthers. 13

The Flyers have won two in a row. They did suffer a big scare from <strong><a href=. . Previous: 18th. Philadelphia Flyers. 12. team. 68

. Previous: 9th. San Jose Sharks. 11. team. 120. <strong><a href=

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