NHL Power Rankings: Dallas Stars Win Trick Or Treat Week

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Oct 31, 2015; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Stars left wing Patrick Sharp (10) and center Tyler Seguin (91) celebrate Sharp

team. 106. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 9th. New York Islanders. 10

The Jets have won two in a row and continue to show no signs of slowing down. Next are five games in a row against the Eastern Conference. This winning streak could extend to seven.  . . Previous: 14th. Winnipeg Jets. 9. team. 107

8. team. 67. The Kings have won seven in a row, and now face the Blackhawks and Predators this coming week. We shall see if the Kings are for real.. . Previous: 18th. Los Angeles Kings

98. Excel Energy Center provides a great environment for the Wild to play in. They are repaying their hometown fans with some great play. They are 5-0-0 at home this season for the first time in franchise history.. . Previous: 7th. Minnesota Wild. 7. team

Previous: 2nd. Nashville Predators. 6. team. 151. Know your strengths: The Predators know the blueline is the strength of their team. They inked <strong><a href=.

team. 95. The Rangers’ top line got going this week. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 5th. New York Rangers. 5

. Previous: 3rd. Washington Capitals. 4. team. 19. <strong><a href=

Previous: 1st. Montreal Canadiens. 3. team. 152. The Canadiens were defeated twice this past week. Now news breaks that <strong><a href=.

St, Louis Blues. 2. team. 99.  . . Previous: 8th

Despite all the injuries, the Blues keep winning. They have won three in a row, and

David Backes

is starting to light the lamp.

119. The Stars score goals in bunches, currently sitting second in the league. And that was before <strong><a href=. . Previous: 6th. Dallas Stars. 1. team

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