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THN Power Rankings - Nov. 5

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1. Ottawa

Spezza signed, sealed and delivered

2. Detroit

Ozzie has been really good

3. Carolina

Look who’s bouncing back to life

4. Columbus

Leclaire unbelievable with five shutouts

5. Philadelphia

Newcomers Briere and Lupul have been key

6. Minnesota

Win over Flames snaps four-game losing skid

7. Colorado

Four goals in four games for Svatos

8. Montreal

Huet appears to have hold on No. 1 goalie’s job

9. Calgary

Iginla off to dynamic start

10. Boston

At least competitive in pair of losses to Ottawa

11. Islanders

Three wins in four outings, not bad

12. San Jose

Big gunners mostly firing blanks

13. Los Angeles

Only one goal in four games for Cammalleri

14. Toronto

Continue to be better on road than at home

15. St. Louis

Only 21 shots in 3-0 loss to Blue Jackets

16. Anaheim

Schneider returns with three points in two games

17. Nashville

Things looking up with three straight wins

18. Chicago

Nine points in eight games for Jason Williams

19. Rangers

Can’t score, but OK on defense

20. Penguins

Crosby starting to heat up

21. Dallas

Stars drop three straight, including 5-0 to Coyotes

22. New Jersey

Playing better, even in 2-1 SO loss to Rangers

23. Buffalo

Brian Campbell leads Sabres in points…good for Brian, bad for team

24. Florida

One goal in eight games for Horton

25. Vancouver

Top four scorers combined minus-13

26. Tampa Bay

Winless (0-6-0) on the road explains drop in ranking

27. Phoenix

Win two of three including 5-0 over Dallas

28. Atlanta

Three wins in four games

29. Edmonton

Stoll starting to come to life should help

30. Washington

Only win in last five against Toronto


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