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NHL Power Rankings A Rangers-Canadiens Battle

By Colin Likas
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Nov 14, 2015; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils left wing

Mike Cammalleri

(13) congratulates goalie

Cory Schneider

(35) on his 4-0 shutout win over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

85. In April, we’ll look back and wonder how these guys got the upper hand on the Blackhawks twice.. (10-6-1). Previous: 15th. New Jersey Devils. 10. team

team. 67. First in their division, ninth in these power rankings. That would be the Pacific Division in a nutshell. 4-1-0 on the road is nothing to scoff at, though.. (11-6-0). Previous: 7th. Los Angeles Kings. 9

8. team. 106. They’ve got a home-and-home this weekend with Montreal. Good luck with that.. (10-6-3). Previous: 11th. New York Islanders

98. <strong><a href=. (10-3-3). Previous: 6th. Minnesota Wild. 7. team

151. A Predators team that can actually score a little. The <strong><a href=. (10-3-3). Previous: 9th. Nashville Predators. 6. team

19. The Rangers might want to go on as many nine-game win streaks as they can. The Caps will follow them most of the way.. (11-4-1). Previous: 3rd. Washington Capitals. 5. team

Previous: 5th. St. Louis Blues. 4. team. 99. David Backes scored two goals Monday. I’m going to go puke myself to sleep.. (12-5-1)

Sort of stuck here because the remaining two teams are playing out of their minds. Dallas is the only team at seven road wins and has 65 goals in 18 games. This team is the real deal.. (14-4-0). Previous: 4th. Dallas Stars. 3. team. 119

152. Once this team gets <strong><a href=. (14-3-2). Previous: 2nd. Montreal Canadiens. 2. team

95. When your team goes on a nine-game win streak, it gets to be in this spot. Unless its the Oilers. Or Blue Jackets. Or Maple Leafs. Or …. (14-2-2). Previous: 1st. New York Rangers. 1. team

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