NHL Power Rankings: Dallas Stars Still Shining Brightest

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Happy belated Thanksgiving to everyone. This past week, Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price got hurt again, the Boston Bruins won five games in a row, the New York Rangers lost three straight, the Anaheim Ducks blew another game and Patrick Kane set a league record.

What does that mean for this week’s NHL power rankings? Let’s find out.

Nov 30, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Edmonton Oilers goalie Anders Nilsson (39) looks on during the singing of the Canadian national anthem before the start of their game against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

148. General Manager Peter Chiarelli said that <strong><a href=. (8-15-2). Previous: 30th. Edmonton Oilers. 30. team

team. 112. They have the worst defense, worst penalty killing unit and almost-worst powerplay. They are currently riding a three-game losing streak as well. . (8-14-2). Previous: 21st. Calgary Flames. 29

116. <strong><a href=. (8-11-5). Previous: 23rd. Toronto Maple Leafs. 28. team

The Ducks blew a two-goal lead to the Blackhawks in the last two minutes this past Friday. They would lose in overtime. That loss sums up the Ducks’ season — they seem to be blowing it. <span style=. (9-11-5). Previous: 25th. Anaheim Ducks. 27. team. 105

26. team. 103. The Avs are rumored to be shopping <strong><a href=. (9-14-1). Previous: 28th. Colorado Avalanche

25. team. 109. The Canes are where goalies go to die — just ask <strong><a href=. (8-12-4). Previous: 29th. Carolina Hurricanes

24. team. 113. <strong><a href=. (10-15-0). Previous: 27th. Columbus Blue Jackets

Previous: 25th. Buffalo Sabres. 23. team. 12. <strong><a href=. (10-12-2)

Previous: 23th. Philadelphia Flyers. 22. team. 68.  <strong><a href=. (9-10-5)

Previous: 17th. Winnipeg Jets. 21. team. 107. When is the “for sale” sign going out in front of Dustin Byfuglien’s house? The Jets are 3-7-0 in their last 10 games.. (11-12-1)

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