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Each week we'll take a look at the NHL and put out power rankings based on our criteria which will be a combination of record, schedule and roster.

 

1. San Jose Sharks (10-1-1)

-- The Sharks have 21 points to lead the NHL and are a beast.

2. Anaheim Ducks (9-3-0)

-- Bruce Boudreau has Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf clicking.

3. St.Louis Blues (6-1-2)

-- Alex Steen is among the best players in the league right now and the Blues might have the league's best back end.

4. Colorado Avalanche (10-1-0)

-- Speed, great goal-

tending and intensity fuel this fire.

5. Toronto Maple Leafs (8-4-0)

-- The advanced stats say the Leafs can't continue at this pace but ask the Pittsburg Penguins, who the Leafs handled on Saturday night if they prefer Corsi or Carlyle with their defeat.

6. Tampa Bay Lightning (8-3-0)

7. Vancouver Canucks (8-4-1)

8. Phoenix Coyotes (7-3-2)

9. Chicago Blackhawks (6-2-3)

10. Los Angeles Kings (8-4-0)

11. Minnesota Wild (6-3-3)

12. Pittsburgh Penguins (7-4-0)

13. Boston Bruins (7-3-0)

14. Detroit Red Wings (6-4-2)

15. Montreal Canadiens (6-5-0)

16. Nashville Predators (6-5-1)

17. New York Islanders (4-4-3)

18. Washington Capitals (5-6-0)

19. Carolina Hurricanes (4-4-3)

20. Calgary Flames (5-4-2)

21. Ottawa Senators (4-5-2)

22. Columbus Blue Jackers (5-6-0)

23. Winnipeg Jets (5-6-2)

24. Dallas Stars (4-5-1)

25. New Jersey Devils (2-5-4)

26. Florida Panthers (3-7-2)

27. Edmonton Oilers (3-8-2)

28. New York Rangers (3-6-0)

29. Philadelphia Flyers (3-7-0)

30. Buffalo Sabres (2-10-1)

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 29, 2013 C3

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Updated on Tuesday, October 29, 2013 at 7:26 AM CDT: fixes headline

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