NHL 2010-2011: Lukas’ Northeast Division Power Rankings, Week 1

October 5th, 2010 by Lukas Hardonk Leave a reply »
The 2010-2011 NHL season is right on the door step.

From signings and trades, to draft picks and major injuries, it was a very interesting off-season all around the National Hockey League, let alone the Northeast Division.

Going into the new season, there are a lot of questions surrounding each team in the Northeast Division. Those questions include the playoffs, rookies, replacements and even special teams.

Teams like Toronto and Boston need to improve offensively in 2010-2011, while Toronto and Ottawa will be trying to catapult themselves into the top half of the league defensively.

Here now are my Northeast Division power rankings for Week 1.

1. Buffalo Sabres

Record (2009-2010): 45 - 27 - 10

Conference (2009-2010) - 3rd

Division (2009-2010) - 1st

Major Acquisition - Jordan Leopold



Can the Sabres rebound after being upset in the 2010 playoffs?

Will Tim Connolly play the entire season?

Can the Sabres finally turn an impressive season into an impressive playoff run?

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