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NHL Power Rankings: Everything Is Bigger In Dallas

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Nov 21, 2015; Saint Paul, MN, USA; Nashville Predators forward Colin Wilson (33) carries the puck across mid ice during the third period against the Minnesota Wild at Xcel Energy Center. Mandatory Credit: Marilyn Indahl-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 6th. Nashville Predators. 10. team. 151. The Predators have forgotten to score recently. In their last two games entering Sunday, they have not recorded a goal. The last time the Predators scored a goal was against the Ducks on November 17.. (11-5-3)

(10-5-5). Previous: 14th. Ottawa Senators. 9. team. 91. The Senators are shopping for a right-handed defenseman. They have been linked to the Blackhawks’ <strong><a href=

8. team. 98. The Wild might be getting <strong><a href=. (11-5-3). Previous: 7th. Minnesota Wild

<strong><a href=. (12-8-0). Previous: 18th. San Jose Sharks. 7. team. 120

6. team. 67. Kings head coach <strong><a href=. (12-7-0). Previous: 9th. Los Angeles Kings

The Blues appear to be getting healthy. <strong><a href=. (13-6-2). Previous: 4th. St. Louis Blues. 5. team. 99

(13-5-1). Previous: 5th. Washington Capitals. 4. team. 19. The Great <strong><a href=

<strong><a href=. (15-3-2). Previous: 1st. New York Rangers. 3. team. 95

(15-4-2). Previous: 2nd. Montreal Canadiens. 2. team. 152. The Habs got a huge lift when <strong><a href=

119. The Stars are off to the best start in franchise history. They are winning with a great offense and an improved defense/goal tending situation. <strong><a href=. (17-4-0). Previous: 3rd. Dallas Stars. 1. team