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THN Power Rankings - Nov. 19

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1. Ottawa

Loss to Leafs just an aberration (Last week: 1)

2. Detroit

Bounced back after three straight losses (2)

3. NY Rangers

Getting it done in OT and shootout (6)

4. Carolina

Ten wins for slimmed down Cam Ward (4)

5. Montreal

Russians Kovalev, Markov leading way (5)

6. Nashville

One regulation loss in last 10 games (15)

7. Anaheim

Still waiting for McDonald to check in (18)

8. San Jose

Too many underachievers (12)

9. Colorado

Sakic, Smyth combined minus-7 (3)

10. Chicago

Loss of Bourque will hurt (8)

11. NY Islanders

Free agent acquisitions paying dividends (7)

12. Vancouver

Ten goals in last two games – Wow! (21)

13. Philadelphia

Didn’t Hartnell used to be a goal-scorer? (9)

14. Minnesota

Nobody taking charge on offense (10)

15. Tampa Bay

Holmqvist suddenly looks like bona fide No. 1 goalie (11)

16. Columbus

Nash can’t do it all on his own (13)

17. Toronto

Wildly inconsistent, but sharp against Sens (17)

18. Atlanta

Responding nicely to Waddell behind bench (22)

19. St. Louis

Kariya pointless in four of five starts (23)

20. Boston

Power play struggles without Bergeron (16)

21. Dallas

Jokinen burns Colorado for four goals (19)

22. New Jersey

Brodeur finally gets win No. 500 (27)

23. Calgary

GM Sutter showing remarkable patience (26)

24. Los Angeles

Only one goal in eight games for Frolov (14)

25. Pittsburgh

Veterans Recchi, Sydor healthy scratches (25)

26. Phoenix

Bryzgalov gets shutout in debut (20)

27. Florida

Last three losses by one goal (24)

28. Buffalo

Afinogenov continues to struggle (29)

29. Edmonton

No goals in 13 games for Torres (30)

30. Washington

Goals in four straight for Ovechkin (28)


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