NHL POWER RANKINGS

NHL Hockey Power Rankings

Week 7 Power Rankings

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Posted February 01, 2011 03:06 PM EST

(Note: The Power Rankings will be based on a formula of points earned divided by the maximum amount of points possible [points/games played x 2]. In case of a tie, categories such as wins, goals against, goals for, power-play goals and power-play percentage will determine rankings.)

+9

Colorado Avalanche

-10

Ottawa Senators

FOX SPORTS NHL POWER RANKINGS

RK Team RECORD CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

13-4 -0 1 1/7
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2

15-6 -0 1 2/19
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3

13-8 -0 2 1/22
(.684) Thanks to the scoring touch of Michal Handzus, the Kings were able to put a three-game losing streak to bed. In a 4-3 win over the Bruins on Saturday, Handzus scored a goal in regulation and the game-decider in the shootout, shootout, making the Kings winners for the first time since Nov. 13.
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4

14-7 -0 3 4/17
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5

15-6 -0 1 1/22
(.667) The high-flying Flyers picked up another two wins last week, giving the club seven wins in its first 10 games this month. Mike Richards led the way in Week 7, posting seven points in the team's four games, including three goals and two assists in Philly's two victories.
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6

14-6 -0 3 6/28
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7

12-6 -0 1 2/16
(.667) The Bruins were on top of their game in Week 7. Not only did the club win three of the four games it played -- two by shutout -- Boston also picked up a point in its 4-3 shootout loss to the Kings, giving the team seven of the possible eight points that were on the table.
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8

12-5 -0 3 1/23
(.658) Brad Boyes' two-point night against the Senators last week not only ensured St. Louis a victory, it also put an end to the team's five-game losing streak. In the Blues' four games in Week 7, Boyes collected six points off three goals and three assists.
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9

12-9 -0 9 6/29
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10

11-5 -0 6 7/26
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11

13-7 -0 8 3/19
(.600) After dropping six of their first seven games in November, the Lightning struck for three consecutive wins in Week 7. Steven Stamkos added to his league-leading goals and points totals by racking up four goals and two assists in the three games for the Bolts.
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12

9-7 -0 - 1/24
(.583) Pekka Rinne backstopped the Predators to two wins in three games in Week 7. The 28-year-old goaltender turned away 51 of the 52 shots he faced in regulation and overtime in the two games, plus an additional two stops in the 2-1 shootout victory over Carolina on Saturday.
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13

10-8 -0 - 10/27
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14

10-6 -0 4 4/23
(.579) Poor play on special teams caused the Sharks to drop three of the four games they played last week. In its three losses, San Jose failed to score one power play goal on 15 chances, while giving up three extra-attacker markers to the opposition in 10 attempts.
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15

11-7 -0 9 1/23
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16

13-8 -0 5 1/27
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17

11-8 -0 - 2/30
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18

12-10 -0 3 8/24
(.548) After opening the week with a standout performance in an overtime win against the Penguins, Henrik Lundqvist failed to make the big stops for the Rangers in his next two starts. King Henrik gave up six goals on 36 shots in the two New York losses, one of which he was pulled from after giving up three goals on 16 shots.
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19

11-11 -0 1 7/25
(.522) Jonathan Toews led the Blackhawks to two wins in three games last week by netting four goals on 13 shots. The 22-year-old sniper recorded his second career regular-season hat trick and his first game-winner this season for Chicago in a 5-0 win over Edmonton on Nov. 17.
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20

10-10 -0 9 9/29
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21

9-11 -0 3 16/30
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22

9-10 -0 1 3/23
(.500) The Carolina Hurricanes need to tighten up on defense, or this club is going to be out of the playoff picture before the second half even begins. The 'Canes come into Week 8 with four losses in their last five games and the second-worst goals-against-average (3.30) in the league.
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23

10-9 -0 1 11/25
(.500) The outstanding play of Ondrej Pavelec between the pipes helped the Thrashers skate away winners twice in three tries last week. Pavelec only allowed three goals on 92 shots in his three starts, picking up the third NHL shutout of his career on Nov. 19 against the high-scoring Caps.
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24

10-11 -0 10 14/30
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25

8-11 -0 - 11/27
(.447) The Calgary Flames haven't played decent hockey in almost a month. The club comes into Week 8 losers of eight of its last 10 games (2-7-1). All the losing didn't slow down Jarome Iginla last week, as the Calgary captain posted five goals and one assist in three games.
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26

8-9 -0 1 1/28
(.447) The Maple Leafs played like a desperate team in Week 7 and it paid off for the club. Toronto put an eight-game winless streak to bed by coming from behind last Tuesday to beat the Predators, 5-4. Two nights later, the club beat the Devils 3-1, giving Toronto consecutive victories for the first time since early October.
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27

8-12 -0 1 11/29
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28

6-11 -0 1 1/30
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29

7-13 -0 1 8/30
(.300) As if the Devils aren't hurting enough, the team found out last week that it will be without the services of their all-star goalie, Marty Brodeur, for up to two weeks. After playing two periods in Thursday's loss to Toronto, Brodeur was replaced in goal after injuring his right elbow.
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30

4-12 -0 - 13/30
(.300) New coach, same results for the Islanders. New York thought by changing its head coach it may change its direction. No such luck. The Isles dropped their first three games under their new bench boss Jack Capuano, extending their losing streak to 13 games.
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