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THN Power Rankings - Nov. 12

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1. Ottawa (Last week: 1)

Perfect on road at 5-0-0

2. Detroit (2)

Need more from Datsyuk than just two goals

3. Colorado (7)

Seven points in five games for Stastny

4. Carolina (3)

Stillman on pace for career season

5. Montreal (8)

Komisarek a rock on Habs blueline

6. N.Y. Rangers (19)

Team defense key for offense-challenged Blueshirts

7. N.Y. Islanders (11)

Defenseman Campoli lighting it up

8. Chicago (18)

Kids are alright, but so is veteran Lang

9. Philadelphia

Comparisons to Clarke seem to fit Richards

10. Minnesota (6)

Big home wins over Flames, Oilers

11. Tampa Bay (26)

Three straight wins without Boyle on D

12. San Jose (12)

Still searching for consistency

13. Columbus

Three straight losses to Western teams

14. Los Angeles (13)

Seven wins in 10 outings

15. Nashville (17)

Six goals already for Bonk?

16. Boston (10)

Only one goal for Murray a huge concern

17. Toronto

Raycroft shuts out Sabres, then sits

18. Anaheim (16)

Only one win on road

19. Dallas (21)

Three goals in four games for captain Morrow

20. Phoenix (27)

Gretzky’s crew suddenly very competitive

21. Vancouver (25)

Henrik Sedin beats Colorado 2-1

22. Atlanta (28)

Eight goals in four games for Kovalchuk

23. St. Louis

No goals for Weight in 14 games

24. Florida (24)

Drop pair to rival Lightning

25. Pittsburgh (20)

Crosby has points in 16 straight games

26. Calgary (9)

Five straight losses…and counting

27. New Jersey (22)

Elias, Gionta combined minus-11

28. Washington (30)

Can’t wait for Semin to get back

29. Buffalo

Afinogenov, Vanek look like second-liners

30. Edmonton (29)

Big win for Garon over Flames


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