NHL Power Rankings - All 31 Teams: 3/2/20
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Power Rankings for All NHL Teams
- Boston Bruins 41-13-12, 94pts
The Bruins remain the best team in the league and added two more wins to their record this week.
- Tampa Bay Lightning 41-19-5, 87pts
The Bolts finally put an end to their four-game losing streak. This team is still extremely dangerous and should be considered serious contenders.
- St. Louis Blues 39-17-10, 88pts
The Blues were able to win three one-goal games, which has been their specialty all season long.
- Washington Capitals 40-19-6, 86pts
The Caps got two much-needed wins against Winnipeg and Minnesota. The Caps have a slate of Metro division games ahead.
- Colorado Avalanche 39-18-7, 85pts
The Avs have won three straight games by the exact score of 3-2 in regulation. Nice!
- Philadelphia Flyers 38-20-7, 83pts
The Flyers, like Colorado, are red hot and are three points behind the Capitals for the Metro division lead.
- Dallas Stars 37-21-7, 81pts
The Stars dropped two games to tough teams (Boston and St. Louis).
- Vegas Golden Knights 36-23-8, 80pts
The Golden Knights snapped their win streak with a loss to the Kings, which is a very sour end to a great stretch of hockey.
- Pittsburgh Penguins 37-21-6, 80pts
It is getting ugly for the Pittsburgh Penguins, who have lost six games in a row, all of which being in regulation.
- New York Islanders 35-21-8, 78pts
The Islanders’ offensive woes continue as the Isles have not scored in 100 minutes + of game time.
- Toronto Maple Leafs 35-23-8, 78pts
The Leafs took down some solid competition this week and will look to do more damage on a feasible California weekend.
- Edmonton Oilers 34-23-8, 76pts
The Oilers lost two of three this week and they need to make it through their upcoming road trip alive.
- Columbus Blue Jackets 32-21-14, 78pts
Columbus has been struggling, but they were able to comeback against Vancouver to get a huge win to keep their Wild Card hopes breathing.
- Carolina Hurricanes 35-24-5, 75pts
The Canes have dropped three straight and have a five-game road trip ahead.
- Calgary Flames 34-26-7, 75pts
The Flames road trip has ended and they were able to pick up three wins and an overtime loss. Not too shabby.
- New York Rangers 35-26-4, 74pts
The Rangers lost a home-and-home to the Flyers to officially bring them back to planet Earth.
- Vancouver Canucks 34-25-6, 74pts
The Canucks blew a two-goal lead in the 3rd to Columbus to extend their losing streak to three games.
- Florida Panthers 33-26-7, 73pts
The Panthers have gone through a pretty ugly stretch, winning one out of their last six games.
- Arizona Coyotes 32-27-8, 72pts
The Yotes broke even at 1-1 this week as they prepare for a three-game Western Conference road trip.
- Nashville Predators 32-24-8, 72pts
The Predators won two of three this week as their minimal playoff hopes are still alive as long as they continue this level of play.
- Winnipeg Jets 33-28-6, 69pts
The Jets shutout the high-scoring Capitals offense on Thursday but that was the only big highlight of a three-point week for Winnipeg.
- Minnesota Wild 32-26-7, 71pts
Minnesota won three of four games against Eastern Conference clubs.
- Montreal Canadiens 30-28-9, 69pts
The Canadiens grabbed the overtime win over the Canes at home as they get ready for a three-game road trip.
- Buffalo Sabres 29-28-8, 66pts
The Sabres defense remains a big issue as they were outscored 12-6 this week.
- Chicago Blackhawks 29-28-8, 66pts
The Blackhawks swept the Florida road trip with wins over the Lightning and Panthers this week.
- New Jersey Devils 26-27-12, 64pts
The Devils are on a six-game point streak currently. New Jersey has a pretty tough schedule ahead… actually a really tough schedule.
- Anaheim Ducks 26-31-8, 60pts
The Ducks spoiled the Oilers and Penguins hopes of an easy win but then were shutout by the Devils.
- San Jose Sharks 28-33-4, 60pts
The Sharks ended a five-game losing streak with two wins over Eastern Conference teams in New Jersey and Pittsburgh.
- Ottawa Senators 23-31-12, 58pts
The Senators salvaged their dignity with a shootout win over Detroit in their last game.
- Los Angeles Kings 25-35-6, 56pts
Look at those Kings go! Three straight wins, including victories over the Golden Knights and Penguins.
- Detroit Red Wings 15-47-5, 35pts
The Red Wings officially have the toughest remaining schedule in the entire league. So yes, it can get any worse.