First Period Power Rankings
The Coyotes have allowed the most goals in the NHL so far this season and it's not even close.
30. Buffalo Sabres (-6)
They're struggling now and are about to take on Minnesota, Edmonton, Montreal, Tampa Bay and Pittsburgh over the next two weeks.
29. Florida Panthers (-6)
That awkward moment when Jimmy Howard has more wins than your entire team.
28. Philadelphia Flyers (-9)
It looks like the Flyers are on their way to missing the postseason for the second consecutive season. It would be the first time since the early 1990's that they've missed the playoffs two straight years.
27. Carolina Hurricanes (-5)
The Canes' have the fewest penalty minutes in the league so far this season. #NoFightNoPassionNoWins
26. Colorado Avalanche (+4)
Hey Fantasy Hockey players, go grab Alexander Kerfoot. The guy has four goals and four assist over his last six games.
25. Vancouver Canucks (+2)
Keep crying. Eventually someone might care.
Usually when I get ready to give up on a team, they start to play well (almost as if to spite me). So, I'm giving up on the Stars. Hit me with your best shot.
23. New York Islanders (-3)
One positive: they have yet to lose a game at home this year.
22. Detroit Red Wings (+7)
As great as it would be for Hockey to see a competitive Red Wings team, I think Detroit will start to fall apart over the next two months. #SorryNotSorry
21. New York Rangers (-3)
After a horrid start the Rangers are starting to play well. #SomethingsBrewing
20. Boston Bruins (-5)
Who is the best Goalie in Boston right now? It doesn't appear to be Tuukka Rask.
19. Calgary Flames (-3)
Jaromir Jagr started playing in the NHL in the 1990-91 season. At that time, 10 of his current teammates weren't even born yet.
18. Ottawa Senators (-6)
Nine of their next ten games are on the road.
17. San Jose Sharks (-3)
The Sharks are beginning to look like contenders. They're great on defense, in net and on the penalty kill.
16. Minnesota Wild (-9)
The next few weeks may be the most critical for this team if they hope to make the playoffs.
This team is in major trouble if Carey Price doesn't come back.
14. New Jersey Devils (+15)
This can't last. Can it?
The only thing more surprising than the Golden Knights this season has been the emergence of the Jets and Goaltender Conner Hellebuyck.
9. Edmonton Oilers (-7)
I had to keep them in my top ten.
8. Washington Capitals (-4)
My new favorite drink is “The Ovechkin”. It's a White Russian that you have to mix in your mouth because…you know…no cups.
7. Nashville Predators (-1)
I think the trade for Kyle Turris was very smart. The Preds aren't far off from being cup contenders once again.
6. Los Angeles Kings (+15)
The way Jonathan Quick is playing there's no reason to believe they'll be dropping anytime soon.