THN Power Rankings - Nov. 26

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1. Ottawa (Last week: 1)

Starting to look human after all

2. Detroit (2)

Dropped a pair of close ones to Columbus, Nashville

3. NY Rangers (3)

Getting it done without Jagr (one point in six games)

4. Philadelphia

Briere paying huge dividends

5. Carolina (4)

Canes need consistency from Staal

6. Chicago (10)

Back-to-back losses to Vancouver, Edmonton

7. Dallas (21)

Shakeup seems to have worked; five straight wins

8. Montreal (5)

Back-to-back losses to Sabres stings

9. San Jose (8)

One goal in 15 games for Cheechoo

10. Anaheim (7)

Three assists in two games for Big Bert

11. Nashville (6)

Bonk leads way with nine goals

12. Minnesota (14)

Bounced back nicely from 4-0 drubbing by Columbus

13. St. Louis (19)

Legace skunks inconsistent Flames

14. NY Islanders (11)

Only one goal in 11 games for Guerin

15. Colorado (9)

One win in last five outings

16. Vancouver (12)

Naslund finally showing flashes of old form

17. Phoenix (26)

Bryzgalov puts himself in Vezina hunt

18. Columbus (16)

Two straight wins including shootout victory over Wings

19. New Jersey (22)

Devils heating up with four straight wins

20. Atlanta (18)

Five victories in last six games

21. Boston (20)

Kobasew on pace for 35 goals…seriously!

22. Tampa Bay (15)

Four straight losses despite Lecavalier’s magic

23. Florida (27)

Shootout win over Rangers is Panthers fourth victory in five games

24. Calgary (23)

Win one…lose one…win one…lose one

25. Pittsburgh (25)

Two wins helps, but heads could roll soon

26. Buffalo (28)

Look who has won four straight!

27. Edmonton (29)

Gagner leads Oil to sixth shootout victory

28. Toronto (17)

5-1 loss in Phoenix new low point for sinking Leafs

29. Los Angeles (24)

Five defeats in last six outings

30. Washington (30)

Boudreau-led Caps win two straight



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