NHL Power Rankings: Dallas Stars Still Shining Brightest

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Nov 27, 2015; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) sprays water on his face during the third period of the Boston Bruins 4-3 win over the New York Rangers at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

(13-8-1). Previous: 10th. Boston Bruins. 10. team. 70. The Bruins are riding high on a five-game winning streak. They are still looking for answers on their bottom-six forwards, though, as they have waived Max Talbot.

Detroit Red Wings. 9. team. 72. <strong><a href=. (12-8-4). Previous: 11th

team. 91. The Sens have won four out of their last five games. Did you know two of their six regulation losses are to the Coyotes?. (12-6-5). Previous: 9th. Ottawa Senators. 8

Previous: 12th. Chicago Blackhawks. 7. team. 94. The Blackhawks were one goal away from a great circus trip. Did you hear <strong><a href=. (13-8-3)

The Sharks got a great effort from <strong><a href=. (14-9-0). Previous: 7th. San Jose Sharks. 6. team. 120

67. The Kings had a special comeback win against the Blackhawks this past weekend. It was more than a regular-season game to them.. (14-8-1). Previous: 6th. Los Angeles Kings. 5. team

Montreal Canadiens. 4. team. 152. <strong><a href=. (18-4-3). Previous: 2nd

(15-6-3). Previous: 2nd. St. Louis Blues. 3. team. 99. <strong><a href=

team. 19. Goaltender <strong><a href=. (17-5-1). Previous: 4th. Washington Capitals. 2

(19-5-0). Previous: 1st. Dallas Stars. 1. team. 119. Jim Nill has made a very good team with some smart moves. Nill acquired <strong><a href=

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Those are our power rankings for the week. Leave your own rankings in the comments below.