NHL Power Rankings - All 31 Teams: 2/24/20

NHL Power Rankings - All 31 Teams: 2/24/20 Photo by Nick Turchiaro-USA TODAY Sports

Power Rankings for All NHL Teams


This week in the NHL included the Trade Deadline. Here are the updated power rankings, with a look at what each team did at the NHL Trade Deadline.

  1. Boston Bruins 39-12-12, 90pts 

On the 21st, F Ondrej Kase went from Anaheim to the Bruins for F David Backes, D Axel Andersson and a 2020 1st round pick. The B’s also picked up F Nick Ritchie for F Danton Heinen from Anaheim as well. 

  1. Tampa Bay Lightning 40-17-5, 85pts

The Bolts picked up F Barclay Goodrow from San Jose for a 1st-round pick.

  1. Washington Capitals 38-18-6, 82pts

The Capitals received F Ilya Kovalchuck for a 2020 3rd-rounder. The Caps also got F Daniel Sprong from Anaheim. 

  1. St. Louis Blues 36-17-10, 82pts

The Blues did not make a move at the NHL Trade Deadline. 

  1. Colorado Avalanche 36-18-7, 79pts

Colorado picked up F Vladislav Namestnikov from the Senators for a 2021 4th-round pick. The Avs also picked up G Michael Hutchinson from Toronto. 

  1. Pittsburgh Penguins 37-18-6, 80pts

The Penguins got Patrick Marleau from San Jose for a 3rd-round pick. Pittsburgh also received F Connor Sheary and F Evan Rodriques for F Dominik Kahun in a trade with Buffalo. 

  1. Philadelphia Flyers 35-20-7, 77pts

The Flyers got F Derek Grant from the Ducks for F Kyle Criscuolo and a 2020 4th-rounder. 

  1. Dallas Stars 36-20-6, 78pts

The Stars dished out D Emil Djuse for a 2020 6th-round pick (BUF) from Florida. 

  1. New York Islanders 35-20-6, 76pts

The Islanders traded for F Jean-Gabriel Pageau from Ottawa and signed him to a six-year, $30 Mil contract.

  1. Vegas Golden Knights 34-22-8, 76pts

Vegas received G Robin Lehner from the Blackhawks and got a 2021 conditional 4th-rounder from Winnipeg. 

  1. Carolina Hurricanes 35-22-4, 74pts

Carolina got D Sami Vatanen and F Vincent Trocheck during the deadline, two major acquisitions. The Canes also got D Brady Skjei from the Rangers. 

  1. Vancouver Canucks 33-22-6, 72pts

The Canucks got G Louis Domingue from the New Jersey Devils in a mostly quiet deadline for Vancouver. 

  1. New York Rangers 33-24-4, 70pts

The Rangers moved out D Brady Skjei for a 1st-round pick. 

  1. Edmonton Oilers 33-22-7, 73pts

The Oilers received D Mike Green, F Andreas Athanasiou, and F Ryan Kuffner from Detroit. They also got F Tyler Ennis from Ottawa on a busy day for Edmonton. 

  1. Columbus Blue Jackets 30-19-14, 72pts

The Jackets picked up F Devin Shore from Anaheim.

  1. Toronto Maple Leafs 32-23-8, 72pts

Toronto, despite outcries from its fan base, did not make a move other than bringing in D Calle Rosen and F Miikka Salomaki from Colorado and Nashville respectively. 

  1. Calgary Flames 32-25-6, 70pts

The Flames picked up F Derek Forbort from Los Angeles.

  1. Florida Panthers 32-24-6, 70pts

The Panthers moved out F Vincent Trocheck and brought in a haul(a) of F Erik Haula, F Lucas Wallmark, F Eetu Luostarinen, and D Chase Priskie. The Cats also picked up D Emil Djuse. 

  1. Arizona Coyotes 31-26-8, 70pts

The Coyotes were silent at the NHL Trade Deadline

  1. Nashville Predators 30-23-8, 68pts

The Preds brought in D Korbinian Holzer from Anaheim and D Ben Harpur from Toronto. 

  1. Winnipeg Jets 32-27-5, 69pts

The Jets picked up F Cody Eakin from the Vegas Golden Knights. 

  1. Buffalo Sabres 29-25-8, 66pts

Buffalo received F Wayne Simmonds from New Jersey and also picked up F Dominik Kahun from the Penguins. 

  1. Montreal Canadiens 29-27-8, 66pts

The Canadiens moved F Nick Cousins for a 4th-round pick. The Canadiens also picked up Aaron Luchuk and a 7th-rounder from Ottawa, on top of a fifth-rounder in 2021 from Philadelphia for Nate Thompson. 

  1. Minnesota Wild 29-25-7, 65pts

Minnesota was rumored to dish out F Zach Parise to the Islanders but that move never happened. Therefore, the Wild did not make a move at the NHL Trade Deadline. 

  1. Chicago Blackhawks 27-27-8, 62pts

Chicago moved out heroic G Robin Lehner for G Malcom Subban and D Slava Demin from Vegas.  

  1. New Jersey Devils 24-27-10, 58pts

New Jersey dished out F Wayne Simmonds, D Sami Vatanen, and G Louis Domingue for a collective haul of G Zane Mcintyre, a conditional 2021 5th-rounder, F Janne Kuokkanen and a 2nd-rounder. 

  1. Anaheim Ducks 24-30-8, 56pts

The Ducks were very, very busy at the trade deadline. Notable moves include dishing out F Devin Shore, F Daniel Sprong, F Derek Grant, F Nick Ritchie, and F Ondrej Kase. 

  1. San Jose Sharks 26-32-4, 56pts

San Jose moved out F Patrick Marleau to the Penguins for a 3rd-round pick. 

  1. Ottawa Senators 21-30-11, 53pts

Ottawa sent F JG Pageau to the Isles and  F Vladislav Namestnikov to the Avalanche for a pool of picks and prospects. 

  1. Los Angeles Kings 22-36-5, 50pts

The Kings moved out F Derek Forbort for a fourth-round pick. 

  1. Detroit Red Wings 15-45-4, 34pts

Detroit parted ways with D Mike Green, F Andreas Athanasiou, and F Ryan Kuffner for F Sam Gagner, K Kyle Brodziak, prospects, and picks.


The pick in this article is the opinion of the writer, not a Pick Dawgz site consensus.