NHL Power Rankings: The Detroit Red Wings Soar and the Los Angeles Kings Slide

November 24th, 2010 by Nicholas Goss Leave a reply »
There is not a more dangerous team than a talented, veteran squad. The Detroit Red Wings have elite players at every position, and have several guys who have won everything to win in hockey.

Detroit has won eight of their last ten games (8-1-1), and are 13-3-2 overall.

After an impressive Stanley Cup run last season, the Philadelphia Flyers are continuing their excellent all around play, but the search for a number one goalie still plagues coach Peter Laviolette's team.

Out West there are multiple teams struggling after starting the season on fire. The St. Louis Blues came out of the gates red hot, and remain the only team that has not lost at home in regulation. 

The defending Stanley Champion Chicago Blackhawks are still adjusting to their roster overhaul during the off season due to salary cap limitations. Chicago is finding out how difficult it is to defend a Cup title, but 11-10-2, the Hawks still are in position to become a top three seed going into the Western conference playoffs.

Now we'll look at the top 15 teams in the NHL, and find out who's struggling, and who is heating up.

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