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NHL Power Rankings: Los Angeles Kings Reign Supreme

By Sean Fitzgerald
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Dec 7, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog (92) collides with Minnesota Wild goalie Darcy Kuemper (35) in a overtime period at Pepsi Center. The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Minnesota Wild 2-1 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Minnesota Wild. 10. team. 98. The Wild are on a three-game winning streak, but will it continue without <strong><a href=. . Previous: 16th

9. team. 99. The Blues have lost their last three games, and now they have been dealt another loss. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 3rd. St. Louis Blues

. Previous: 8th. Ottawa Senators. 8. team. 91. Is Ottawa really this good? <strong><a href=

. New York Islanders. 7. team. 106. The Islanders are 5-0-2 in their last seven games. <strong><a href=.

. Previous: 11th. New York Rangers. 5. team. 95. If the Rangers didn’t have <strong><a href=

The Habs have struggled out of the gate in December. Is Mike Condon up to the challenge?. . Previous: 4th. Montreal Canadiens. 4. team. 19

The Washington Capitals are a Stanley Cup contender this season. The Capitals made a move by recalling <strong><a href=. . Previous: 2nd. Washington Capitals. 3. team. 19

2. team. 119. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 1st. Dallas Stars

Los Angeles kings. 1. team. 67. The Kings have won four in a row, including defeating the Capitals. <strong><a href=. . Previous: 1st

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