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In this week's NHL power rankings Authentic David Pastrnak Jersey , we saw a major shift in the top 10. The Tampa Bay Lightning once again asserted themselves as the team to beat, no surprise. See where the other 30 teams stand here.31. Los Angeles Kings (17-25-3) Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsThey're still the worst team in the NHL, so that at least gives the Kings a higher chance at the Jack Hughes sweepstakes. So when's the front office going to kick start a rebuild and trade their veterans?30. Philadelphia Flyers (16-22-6)The Flyers have now lost eight of their last 10 games, as the goaltending and defensive woes continue to mount. It's a lost season, and GM Chuck Fletcher better start moving out some of his veterans between now and the Feb. 25 deadline.advertising29. Ottawa Senators (17-23-5)Well, they picked up wins in their first two stops on the dreaded California road trip. The Sens are at least getting a lot of production from young stars like Colin White, Thomas Chabot and Brady Tkachuk, so at least the rebuild is showing promise.28. Detroit Red Wings (16-23-7)The Red Wings have lost three straight games and nine of their last 10 overall. At least Dylan Larkin (18 goals, 41 points), continues to grow as a superstar. It won't be long until he's named captain.27. Chicago Blackhawks (16-22-8)Well, the Blackhawks have shown fight during a 5-3-2 run. They have an outside shot at making the playoffs. Patrick Kane has been overlooked at times. He has 58 points this season.advertising26. New Jersey Devils (16-20-7)Three straight losses for the Devils, who continue to disappoint after making the playoffs last year. There are a lot of flaws all over the roster that will need to be addressed, if this team is to become a playoff team again.25. Anaheim Ducks (19-18-8)10 straight losses now? Yikes. The Ducks blew a 3-0 lead at home to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Friday. Unless GM Bob Murray has some big moves up his sleeves Brandon Montour Jersey Kids , it's hard to see this team rebounding. It's been a downright awful new year for the Ducks so far.24. New York Rangers (17-19-7) Credit: Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY SportsWelp, that five-game losing streak probably ruins any hope the Blueshirts have of making the playoffs. Expect GM Jeff Gorton to have another busy trade deadline, as the rebuild continues on Broadway.advertising23. St. Louis Blues (18-20-4)The Blues have split their last 10 games and have some minor hope at getting back in the playoffs. That was some dominant 4-1 home win over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday. Now, if they could just find some form of consistency...22. Florida Panthers (17-18-8)The Panthers blew a late lead to Edmonton on Thursday and a two-goal lead to Calgary on Friday. They lost in both games. It's been that kind of a season in the Sunshine State, and GM Dale Tallon better prepare to sell next month.21. Arizona Coyotes (19-21-3)The Coyotes have won their last two games and are out of the Western Conference basement. They have a minimal chance of gaining ground in the playoff spot, but the Coyotes are going to have to go on a hot run soon.advertising20. Colorado Avalanche (20-16-8)The Avalanche may have the best line in hockey, but they've now lost eight of their last 10 games. Things are tense in the Mile High City, and the Avs better get out of this slump soon, if they're to make the playoffs a second straight year.19. Edmonton Oilers (21-20-3)Connor McDavid is doing everything he can to get this extremely flawed roster into the postseason. If Edmonton makes the playoffs, he better be the unanimous Hart Trophy winner.18. Vancouver Canucks (20-21-5)The Canucks are predictably struggling to聽score without rookie star Elias Pettersson. They're surprisingly hanging around in the playoff race but how much longer can they do it without their star player?advertising17. Carolina Hurricanes (21-18-5)The Hurricanes have won seven of their last 10 games, and they're suddenly back in the playoff race. Might want to reconsider the idea of trading stalwart defenceman Dougie Hamilton.16. Montreal Canadiens (23-17-5)The Habs were a nice story for a while, but now they're being exposed miserably. Carey Price looks like he won't regain his MVP-like form again, and the defense is lackluster at best. The Canadiens will be lucky to make the playoffs at this point.15. Dallas Stars (23-18-4) Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsThe Stars have been one of the top teams in the new year , picking up points in seven of their last 10 outings. Think the two franchise players got the hint after being called out by the CEO? Sure looks like it.advertising14. Minnesota Wild (22-18-3)They swept the Eastern Canadian road trip and had a big home win over the powerhouse Winnipeg Jets. The Wild have been hot and cold all year, but they look poised to make another trip to the postseason.13. New York Islanders (24-14-4)The Islanders have been red hot as of late, going 8-2-0 over their last 10 games. Head coach Barry Trotz deserves some votes for the Jack Adams Award, given what he's done with a fairly flawed roster.12. Buffalo Sabres (23-15-6)The Sabres have been struggling to find consistency since their hot run in November, but this group is very much in the race for the second seed in the East. And with the trade deadline looming, there are opportunities to add reinforcements.advertising11. Columbus Blue Jackets (25-15-3)The Blue Jackets have quietly been just as good as any team not named Tampa in the East. They're 7-3-0 in their last 10 games. Seth Jones and Artemi Panarin have this team in line for a third straight playoff spot.10. Boston Bruins (25-15-4)The Bruins had a five-game winning streak snapped by the defending champions on Thursday, but they're still one of the hottest teams. The top line remains as dominant as ever.9. Nashville Predators (27-15-4)Well, the Predators have busted out of a slump and have won five of their last seven games. Just like that, they're pushing hard for the Central Division title again.advertising8. Pittsburgh Penguins (25-13-6)Few teams are scarier than the Penguins right now. They've won nine of their last 10, including a big comeback in Anaheim on Friday. Did you really consider writing them off after a sloppy first half?7. Winnipeg Jets (28-14-2) Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY SportsThe Jets may be dominating the regular season, but they won't go anywhere in the playoffs if goalie Connor Hellebuyck continues to struggle. And oh, the Jets better avoid Minnesota in the playoffs. The Wild are 3-0 vs. the Jets this season. All is well in Winnipeg, otherwise.6. Vegas Golden Knights (27-16-4)Their seven-game winning streak ended following a home loss to the Sharks on Thursday. That's just fine Womens Corey Perry Jersey , though. Vegas looks as dangerous as any other team in the Western Conference right now. Their inaugural season wasn't pure luck after all.advertising5. Washington Capitals (27-12-4)The Capitals have won their last three straight games, and picked up a 14th consecutive win over the Boston Bruins on Thursday. Alexander Ovechkin聽leads the NHL with 32 goals. What a surprise!4. San Jose Sharks (26-13-7)That's now five straight wins for the Sharks, highlighted by a huge road victory over the Golden Knights on Thursday. Erik Karlsson is now up to 41 points through 44 games, so yeah, he and the Sharks are kind of dangerous.3. Toronto Maple Leafs (28-13-2)If there's one team that should scare Tampa Bay in the East, it's the Toronto Maple Leafs. John Tavares is in the midst of a career year with 29 goals and 50 points. Now, if the Maple Leafs could just add some top-four defencemen...advertising2. Calgary Flames (29-13-4)Four different Flames had 50-plus points at the 45-game mark. The last team to do that was the 1995-96 Pittsburgh Penguins. Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau, Elias Lindholm and Matthew Tkachuk are all in the midst of career years.1. Tampa Bay Lightning (34-8-2) Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY SportsSpoiler alert: Nobody is capable of dethroning the Lightning from the top spot. There's no stopping Nikita Kucherov, the league scoring leader. As far as the league is concerned, we're all living in the world of the Lightning. EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Conor Garland didn’t even need his stick to help the Arizona Coyotes beat the Edmonton Oilers.Garland scored a pair of power-play goals, one that went in off his face and left him bloodied and another off his skate Kyle Brodziak Jersey Womens , as the Coyotes defeated the Oilers 3-2 Saturday night.“I wasn’t too sure what hit me,” said Garland, who needed 10 stitches after the puck struck him above the left eye. “I knew I got hit and then I saw the blood and as I was going off the ice, someone yelled ‘nice goal,’ so that’s when I realized. Then it was on the TV in the medical room, so I got to see it.“It was pain, but more I was wondering where the blood was coming from. I don’t know how to describe it, I have to go the net if I want to play in this league and get some goals from the blue paint. That’s the way it has to be.”Jordan Oesterle also scored for the Coyotes, who have won three straight.“I thought everybody contributed tonight, there were no passengers,” Coyotes coach Rick Tocchet said. “After we scored those two goals, we could tell we got a little more confidence. We rolled the four lines and everybody contributed tonight.”Connor McDavid and Kris Russell scored for the Oilers, who have lost nine of 12.“We had a couple of bad bounces Jakob Silfverberg Jersey , obviously,” McDavid said. “One goes off a guy’s face and the other one bounces back into the slot off of the end boards. You can’t just blame it on that. We could have been better, for sure.”The Oilers opened the scoring in the first period when McDavid fought off a pair of defenders and moved in on a breakaway, beating goalie Darcy Kuemper for his 27th goal of the season.Arizona tied it up just over a minute into the second period as Oesterle beat Edmonton starter Cam Talbot. The goal survived a video review for a suspected offside.The Oilers took a penalty for challenging that goal and the Coyotes made them pay.Garland scored on a scary play as a point shot struck him in the face when he was in the crease and the puck went into the net. Garland was bleeding heavily and taken to the dressing room.Edmonton tied it up with three minutes left in the second period as the puck came out front to Russell, who waited for Kuemper to go down and scored his second of the season.Garland came back for the third period and got his second goal of the game on a power play as the puck caromed off his skate and into the net for his sixth goal in four games.NOTES: The Coyotes have been riddled with injuries this season, coming into the game with 210 man-games lost to injury or illness. That’s the third-most in the NHL. Among those out for Saturday’s game included Christian Dvorak (upper body), Jason Demers (upper body), Antti Raanta (lower body), Michael Grabner (upper body), Nick Schmaltz (lower body) and Brad Richardson (upper body). … Center Jordan Weal made his debut for Arizona after being acquired from the Philadelphia Flyers on Friday in a trade for defenseman Jacob Graves and a sixth-round pick.UP NEXTCoyotes: Conclude a three-game road swing in Calgary on Sunday.Oilers: Host Buffalo Sabres on Monday.
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