NHL Power Rankings: Dallas Stars Still Shining Brightest

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Nov 29, 2015; Detroit, MI, USA; Florida Panthers defenseman Brian Campbell (51) celebrates with center Derek MacKenzie (17) after scoring a goal in overtime against the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena. The Panthers won 2-1 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

97. Ponce de Leon came to Florida looking for the fountain of youth. Do you think <strong><a href=. (10-9-4). Previous: 19th. Florida Panthers. 20. team

team. 104. <strong><a href=. (9-9-7). Previous: 16th. Vancouver Canucks. 19

85. <strong><a href=. (12-9-2). Previous: 18th. New Jersey Devils. 18. team

17. team. 23. The biggest questions facing the Lightning are where and when <strong><a href=. (11-11-3). Previous: 14th. Tampa Bay Lightning

Previous: 8th. Minnesota Wild. 16. team. 98. The Wild have entered their “slump week” early this year. They have lost three in a row.. (11-7-4)

team. 121. <strong><a href=. (13-9-1). Previous: 20th. Arizona Coyotes. 15

151. The Predators have lost two in a row. They have turned to the AHL to give them a boost. Forward <strong><a href=. (12-7-4). Previous: 10th. Nashville Predators. 14. team

New York Islanders. 13. team. 106. Are The Islanders the NHL’s biggest disappointment? Or is it the Barclays Center as a hockey venue?. (13-8-4). Previous: 15th

12. team. 92. Could Evgeni Malkin really be traded for Carolina’s Eric Staal? That latest rumor suggests that’s somehow a possibility.. (13-8-2). Previous: 12th. Pittsburgh Penguins

95. The Rangers rode their best shooting streak to an impressive start to the season. Have they finally come back to Earth?. (17-6-2). Previous: 3rd. New York Rangers. 11. team

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