NHL Power Rankings

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  1. Vegas Golden Knights

Marc Andre-Fleury and Zach Whitecloud are making power moves for the top team in the league. Expect Vegas to once again be near the finish line for a Stanley Cup.

  1. Carolina Hurricanes

After recently eliminating Chicago via a 5-2 victory, the Carolina Hurricanes are marching strong towards a Cup. 

  1. Colorado Avalanche 

Coming hot off an OT win, Colorado comes in at third place in the power rankings.

  1. Tampa Bay Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning may not have played up to their potential yet, but they hold the most loaded roster in the league.

  1. Toronto Maple Leafs 

A brutal OT loss will weigh heavy on the Maple Leafs. Expect a strong comeback and performance closer to their previous victory next time around. 

  1. Pittsburgh Penguins

Bryan Rust has been the STUD in May thus far. Will Malkin be the spark?

  1. Minnesota Wild

Two words: Kirill Kaprizov. Kaprizov has had the biggest coming out party in the NHL. 

  1. Florida Panthers

The Florida Panthers FINALLY return the playoff dance with an impressive OT victory.

  1. New York Islanders

Will the Islanders come out with a victory against the Rangers?

  1. Washington Capitals

The injury of Ovechkin punish the Capitals, but they’ve been potent at multiple periods this season.

  1. Boston Bruins
  1. Nashville Predators
  1. Edmonton Oilers
  1. New York Rangers
  1. Dallas Stars
  1. Winnipeg Jets
  1. Montreal Canadians
  1. Arizona Coyotes
  1. St. Louis Blues
  1. Chicago Blackhawks
  1. Philadelphia Flyers
  1. Vancouver Canucks
  1. San Jose Sharks
  1. Calgary Flames
  1. Los Angeles Kings
  1. Ottawa Senators
  1. Detroit Red Wings
  1. Columbus Blue Jackets
  1. Anaheim Ducks
  1. New Jersey Devils
  2. Buffalo Sabres

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