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NHL Power Rankings: The Predators are starting to roll

NHL Power Rankings: The Predators are starting to roll
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The Nashville Predators have not only built a powerhouse team in the Western Conference, they still have enough salary cap space to add players like Kyle Turris and Nick Bonino on long-term deals., they have done it in such a way under the salary cap that they not only have their core locked in for the foreseeable future

 and they only seem to be getting better.,Those additions have helped make an already strong team one of the absolute best in the NHL

 they are starting to look better than the team that was in the Stanley Cup Final just a few months ago.,They not only enter the week with one of the best records in the league

Entering play on Monday the Predators 13-2-2 in their past 17 games.

Since acquiring Turris in that blockbuster three-team trade with the Colorado Avalanche and Ottawa Senators they are 10-2-2 while Turris himself has already recorded 13 points.

 which is the backbone of their team,What is perhaps scariest about this team for the rest of the Western Conference is they have not really been fully healthy yet this season. Ryan Ellis, has yet to play this season. Bonino missed a significant chunk of the season and they are currently dealing with injuries to Johansen and Scott Hartnell. When totally healthy this team is going to be an abslute nightmare matchup for just about any team in the NHL with that defense and newfound center depth., a key part of their defense

 and the NHL’s best points percentage. Kind of hard to put anybody else on top of the league at this point,1. Tampa Bay Lightning — They still have the NHL’s top two scorers,[url=http://www.canuckshockeyshop.com/adidas-ryan-miller-jersey]adidas Ryan Miller jersey[/url], right?, the NHL’s best goal differential

 but they keep finding ways to power through and keep winning. It helps that Brayden Schenn is on his way to a career year offensively.,2. St. Louis Blues — Losing Jaden Schwartz is just another injury added to the list this season for the Blues

 playing a ton of minutes,3. Los Angeles Kings — They had a rough stretch where they lost seven out of eight games, and dominating in all three zones the way he did when he was the focal point of a two-time Stanley Cup winning team.,[url=http://www.canuckshockeyshop.com/adidas-bo-horvat-jersey]Authentic Bo Horvat jersey[/url], but then they followed it up by winning eight in a row. They are once again at the top of the NHL’s goals against leaderboard and have started to find some offense. Anze Kopitar is making a very strong early season MVP case for himself. He is third in the league in scoring

4. Nashville Predators — The roster is not only better than the one that went to the Stanley Cup Final, too., they also just simply look like a better team

 the player that was supposed to be the cornerstone of their inaugural season. Quite a story that is developing here.,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-alex-ovechkin-jersey]Authentic Alex Ovechkin jersey[/url],5. Vegas Golden Knights — They. Won’t. Stop. Winning. And now they are getting Marc-Andre Fleury back

6. Columbus Blue Jackets — Imagine how good they can be when Cam Atkinson, starts scoring goals again., a healthy scratch over the weekend

7. Toronto Maple Leafs — It’s not just that the Maple Leafs have a superstar like Auston Matthews at the top of their lineup that makes them so dangerous and exciting offensively. It is the fact their lineup is just incredibly deep overall. Every line is capable of scoring goals on any given shift.

8. Washington Capitals — With wins in eight of their past 10 games, they are climbing the standings and starting to look like the Capitals again., while also averaging 3.6 goals per game during that stretch

 in fact,9. New York Rangers — As I said two weeks ago,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-braden-holtby-jersey]Authentic Braden Holtby jersey[/url], climb out of it. They are 13-4-0 in their past 17 games., winning just one of their first eight games put them in a hole that will be tough to climb out of in the standings. They are doing their best to make sure they do

 but let’s not panic just yet. That offense is still great.,10. Winnipeg Jets — They have cooled off a bit recently

11. New Jersey Devils — A little bit of a fall from where they were two weeks ago,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-t.j.-oshie-jersey]Authentic T. J. Oshie jersey[/url], both for this season and the future., but the young talent on this team is still worth watching and giving Devils fans a lot of reason to believe

 70-point performance from a season ago.,12. Boston Bruins —  With wins in eight of their past 10 games the Bruins are really starting to put it together. David Pastrnak is becoming a star and looking to improve on his 34-goal

13. New York Islanders — After scoring 34 goals a season ago Anders Lee is doing everything he can to show it was no fluke. With 17 goals in his first 34 games entering the week he is now on pace for 41 goals this season.

 their games are not the games to watch. The enter the week 26th in the league in goals scored and second in the league in goals against.,14. San Jose Sharks — If you like goals

15. Calgary Flames — Johnny Gaudreau‘s brilliance has kind of overshadowed the fact that Sean Monahan is having a career year offensively (he has five more goals than Gaudreau) and is also starting to post dominant possession numbers.

16. Minnesota Wild — Are they good or not is a question that we seem to be able to ask about the Minnesota Wild every season.

17. Chicago Blackhawks — An aging team that is pretty dependent on its goaltender at this point. Sometimes they look great. Sometimes they don’t. Is this the new normal for the Blackhawks?

18. Dallas Stars — After what was a mostly up-and-down 2016-17 season John Klingberg looks like he has back to being one of the NHL’s most dynamic and dominant defensemen.

19. Pittsburgh Penguins — On any given night they can look like the team that has won back-to-back Stanley Cups. They can also look like a team that has no idea what it is doing.

20. Vancouver Canucks — Whether the Canucks maintain their early season success and actually make the playoffs is secondary to the fact the two best players on this team are under the age of 23 and look to be like legitimate building blocks.

21. Montreal Canadiens — The ultimate “are they good or not?” team this season. One night they are winning 10-1. Another night they are getting routed by the Oilers. Who knows what team is showing up when the puck drops.

22. Carolina Hurricanes — They are once again breaking hockey math.

 Oilers and Canucks by a combined score of 13-5. Jakub Voracek is very quietly putting together a dominant season offensively,23. Philadelphia Flyers — They snapped their 10-game losing streak by rolling through Western Canada, at least as far as his playmaking is concerned., beating the Flames

24. Anaheim Ducks — Adam Henrique has been pretty outstanding since coming over in the big trade with the New Jersey Devils. Given their injury situation down the middle it has been a much-needed addition.

25. Florida Panthers –– Losing Roberto Luongo could be a devastating blow to a team that really can not afford one. He has been spectacular when in the lineup while his backups have been … well … anything but spectacular.

26. Colorado Avalanche — They overachieved for a while at the start of the year but with losses in 10 of their past 15 games they are starting to become the Avalanche again.

27. Edmonton Oilers — The deeper we get into the season the more likely it seems they are going to miss the playoffs and waste one of Connor McDavid‘s prime years. That remains astonishing.

28. Detroit Red Wings — In the past week they’ve lost games by scores of 10-1 and 6-1. They’ve also lost seven out of eight overall and are quickly falling down the standings. There just is not a lot to be excited about here.

 Erik Karlsson‘s future with the team has never been more in doubt. Other than that everything is great.,29. Ottawa Senators — Not only is the team on the ice losing games with regularity

30. Arizona Coyotes — The travel schedule has not been kind to them. The good news? Ten of their next 12 games are at home. The bad news? Three of those first four games are against the Washington Capitals, and the Pittsburgh Penguins., Tampa Bay Lightning

31. Buffalo Sabres — The Sabres had a stretch where they were shutout three games in a row and were about 10 minutes away from a fourth. Since November 1 they have played 18 games. They have scored more than one goal in only nine of them.

The National Hockey League team fell out of playoff position Saturday when the Calgary Flames scored three times in the final 8 ? minutes to beat the Canucks 4-2 in Alberta. By scoring the tying goal and adding an empty-netter, slash or elbow., Matthew Tkachuk drew attention to himself for something other than a spear

 Tkachuk was around the Canucks net all night. He was rewarded with his first goal in a month when he shelved a backhander while falling to make it 2-2 at 11:34 of the third period after a giveaway by Vancouver defenceman Ben Hutton.,Back from a one-game suspension for forking Toronto Maple Leaf Matt Martin on Wednesday

 unlike Tkachuk’s shot,[url=http://www.canuckshockeyshop.com/adidas-ryan-miller-jersey]Authentic Ryan Miller jersey[/url],Sam Bennett won it for the Flames with only 1:10 remaining when he beat Canuck Sam Gagner off the sideboards and also scored from the slot with a backhand, it looked like Vancouver goalie Anders Nilsson should have stopped it.,[url=http://www.canuckshockeyshop.com/adidas-henrik-sedin-jersey]Authentic Henrik Sedin jersey[/url], although

 which moved two points ahead of Vancouver in the Pacific Division and Western Conference wild-card race. But this was more a game lost by the Canucks than won by the Flames.,It was a big win for Calgary

 the Canucks got nothing. It was the third time in three weeks the Canucks led after the second period and lost. A really good team might not do that three times in a season.,Up 2-1 on the road and desperate for some positivity after several bleak days

But things look like they’re going to get harder for the Canucks. Two losses into the long-term injury to top player Bo Horvat,[url=http://www.canuckshockeyshop.com/adidas-henrik-sedin-jersey]adidas Henrik Sedin jersey[/url], the Canucks now play Monday in Winnipeg against a formidable Jets team that is 10-2-1 at home, which followed the sad, then return to Vancouver to open a tough homestand Wednesday against the 18-7-4 Nashville Predators, sudden retirement of Derek Dorsett, who will be rested and waiting for them.

 if this ain’t the mess,[url=http://www.canuckshockeyshop.com/adidas-bo-horvat-jersey]adidas Bo Horvat jersey[/url],After Thursday’s disappointing 4-1 loss at home against the Philadelphia Flyers, the Canucks had to have a win Saturday. Now, it will do until the mess gets here.,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-alex-ovechkin-jersey]adidas Alex Ovechkin jersey[/url], as the wary West Texas sheriff warned in the film No Country for Old Men

It’s possible the earth really is flat because Canucks winger Sven Baertschi fell off the edge of it and disappeared somewhere during that six-game road trip to end November. He had 17 points in the first 22 games before gathering a single assist in his last eight.

 joins the injured list after leaving Saturday’s game when hit in the face by Mark Giordano’s clearance. The winger did not return. If he suffered structural damage and misses significant time,But we’re going to notice Baertschi more now if he, the Canucks will be without two-thirds of what had been their top line for most of the season. Horvat was Baertschi’s centre until that road trip.,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-braden-holtby-jersey]adidas Braden Holtby jersey[/url], too

With Brandon Sutter’s upper-body injury dragging on, a guy who is now more of a winger than centre, Gagner,[url=http://www.capitalshockeyshop.com/adidas-t.j.-oshie-jersey]adidas T. J. Oshie jersey[/url], a minor-league call-up and an NHL fourth-liner. Chaput actually looked pretty good in his season debut, Vancouver’s centres on Saturday were Henrik Sedin, Michael Chaput and Nic Dowd. That’s the aging second-line centre, but this is not a rotation down the middle that is going to win you many games in the NHL.

 undersized defence prospect (Jordan Subban) who was regressing and retreating down the depth chart in his third season in the American Hockey League until he was sent to the Los Angeles Kings late Thursday.,It’s tough to get too immersed in a trade that involves a 27-year-old fourth-line centre (Dowd) for a 22-year-old

 the Canucks are in crisis down the middle and Dowd is an actual NHL centre who helps them short term and cost only a prospect who had been passed by a pile of others since he joined the Vancouver organization.,But with Horvat and Sutter out

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