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NHL Power Rankings: Everything Is Bigger In Dallas

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Nov 21, 2015; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid (54) clears the puck past Toronto Maple Leafs center Shawn Matthias (23) during the third period at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

70. The Bruins finished off their five-game home stand with a 2-0 shutout of the Leafs. Forward <strong><a href=. (10-8-1). Previous: 21st. Boston Bruins. 20. team

19. team. 97. <strong><a href=. (8-8-4). Previous: 16th. Florida Panthers

85. Did you know that the Devils have not beaten a team from Canada this season?. (10-8-1). Previous: 10th. New Jersey Devils. 18. team

team. 107. When do the Jets trade <strong><a href=. (10-9-2). Previous: 20th. Winnipeg Jets. 17

The Canucks are 3-5-2 in their last 10 games. They did beat the Blackhawks 6-3 on Saturday night, and <strong><a href=. (8-7-6). Previous: 15th. Vancouver Canucks. 16. team. 104

15. team. 106. <strong><a href=. (10-7-3). Previous: 8th. New York Islanders

23. Have the Lightning gotten some power back? <strong><a href=. (10-9-3). Previous: 19th. Tampa Bay Lightning. 14. team

Pittsburgh Penguins. 12. team. 92. <strong><a href=. (12-8-0). Previous: 12th

72. <strong><a href=. (11-8-2). Previous: 17th. Detroit Red Wings. 11. team

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