NHL Power Rankings 27/10

The Canadiens find themselves in top spot with a 9–0–0 start to the season while a number of teams find themselves under scrutiny ranging from under performers Pittsburgh & Boston to Calgary & Anaheim whose coaches are nervously looking over their shoulders at 2–7–0 & 1–5–2 respectively after seeing cellar dweller terminate their coach and are now sitting at 1–8–0.

Rank. Team (W-L-OverTimeLoss)

  1. Montreal Canadiens (9–0–0)
  2. Washington Capitals (6–1–0)
  3. New York Rangers (6–2–2)
  4. New York Islanders (6–2–1)
  5. Nashville Predators (6–1–1)
  6. Dallas Stars (6–2–0)
  7. Winnipeg Jets (5–2–1)
  8. St Louis Blues (5–2–1)
  9. Florida Panthers (4–3–1)
  10. Tampa Bay Lightning (5–2–2)
  11. San Jose Sharks (5–3–0)
  12. Arizona Coyotes (5–3–1)
  13. Minnesota Wild (5–2–1)
  14. Los Angeles Kings (5–3–0)
  15. Boston Bruins (3–3–1)
  16. Chicago Blackhawks (6–3–0)
  17. Pittsburgh Penguins (4–4–0)
  18. Vancouver Canucks (3–2–3)
  19. Philadelphia Flyers (4–2–1)
  20. Detroit Red Wings (4–3–1)
  21. Ottawa Senators (3–3–2)
  22. New Jersey Devils (4–3–1)
  23. Colorado Avalanche (2–4–1)
  24. Edmonton Oilers (3–6–0)
  25. Carolina Hurricanes (2–6–0)
  26. Buffalo Sabres (2–6–0)
  27. Toronto Maple Leafs (1–5–2)
  28. Anaheim Ducks (1–5–2)
  29. Calgary Flames (2–7–0)
  30. Columbus Blue Jackets (1–8–0)
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