2010 NHL Power Rankings: Sidney Crosby’s Streak Has Pittsburgh Penguins On Top

December 29th, 2010 by Ethan Norof Leave a reply »
While some might choose to select Alexander Ovechkin over Sidney Crosby for the NHL's best player, right now there's simply no debate.

Now through more than a third of the season, the league's elite are really beginning to separate themselves from the playoff pretenders.

Pittsburgh Penguins: 24-11-2

Crosby extended his point streak to 25 straight games, and the Penguins don’t appear ready to slow down any time soon.

Vancouver Canucks: 22-8-5

The Canucks handed it to the Flyers, and it’s about time they start to receive the recognition that they legitimately deserve.

Philadelphia Flyers: 23-9-5

A talented team that plays with a ton of heart, watching one Flyers game makes it easy to see why they’re near the top of the rankings.

Detroit Red Wings: 22-9-4

Pavel Datsyuk’s injury is going to hurt, but the Red Wings always seem to find a way to fight through the injuries.

Tampa Bay Lightning: 21-11-5

Steven Stamkos is good, but he’s not quite Sidney Crosby just yet. The Lightning will have to become a more consistent squad if th ...

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