NHL Week 7 Power Rankings

November 29th, 2010 by Pardon My Bias Bleacher Report Leave a reply »
Washington can’t quite overtake the Red Wings and stay in second.

Plus, the hot teams from earlier this month are plummeting (i.e. Los Angeles, St. Louis and Boston). And of course, do the Islanders move out of last after beating New Jersey?

No, they don’t.

Check the rankings anyways.


1. Detroit Red Wings (15-4-2) Week 6 Rank—1

Despite the charge the Blue Jackets have been putting on, the Red Wings held them off twice the past week, staying tops in the Central and having the best points per game ratio and winning percentage in the NHL.

That means they are good enough to stay atop the list for the time being.


2. Washington Capitals (17-6-2) Week 6 Rank—2

Washington is looking like the beast of the East yet again.

But can’t quite overtake Detroit this week again. Want to know why?

A 5-0 loss to New Jersey, that’s why. Beating up the Southeast is routine for the Caps otherwise.


3. Montreal Canadiens (15-8-1) Week 6 Rank—4

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