Jackson’s Week 24 Power Rankings

Week 24 Power Rankings 

  1. Philadelphia Flyers

Record: 21-35-11

Last Week: 32

The Flyers lost their Captain who played 1K games with them, which is a hard pill to take, but I am going to leave them here at 32 on this Week 24 Power Rankings. 

  1. Seattle Kraken 

Record: 21-39-6

Last Week: 31

The Kraken will stay here and avoid being number 31 on this week’s 24 Power Rankings. 

  1. Ottawa Senators 

Record: 23-37-6

Last Week: 30

The Sens may have a chance at the number one pick, which could improve this very young talented team.  

  1. New Jersey Devils 

Record: 24-37-5

Last Week: 29

The Devils’ season has dropped all the way into the lottery pick, which I do not think fans are too happy about. 

  1. San Jose Sharks 

Record: 29-28-8

Last Week: 28

The Sharks extended Tomas Hertl which is a little confusing because of their situation. 

  1. Anaheim Ducks 

Record 27-30-11 

Last Week: 24

The Ducks have officially become sellers at this time in the year. 

  1. Chicago Blackhawks 

Record: 24-33-10

Last week: 26

The Blackhawks now are having some issues in the locker room after the trade of Hagel. 

  1. Buffalo Sabres  

Record: 24-33-10

Last Week: 25

The Sabres will not make the playoffs but they are playing very good hockey as of late, so some encouragement before the season end. 

  1. Arizona Coyotes 

Record: 20-41-5

Last Week: 27

The Coyotes have now been eliminated from playoff contention. Oh, and they will be playing in a tiny rink soon. YIKES

  1. Detroit Red Wings 

Record: 26-32-8

Last Week: 23

The Red Wings have won three of its last 10 games, but those struggles definitely are not attributed to Moritz Seider. 

  1. Montreal Canadiens 

Record: 18-38-11

Last Week: 22

The Canadiens will miss the playoffs a year after making it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. 

  1. Vancouver Canucks 

Record: 32-27-9

Last Week: 17

The Canucks turned their season around, but the question has to be asked, do they have enough to make the playoffs? I don’t think so. 

  1. New York Islanders 

Record: 29-27-9

Last Week: 20

Wait, Mat Barzal still plays for the Islanders? Yeah, I forgot about him too.

  1. Columbus Blue Jackets  

Record: 32-30-5

Last Week: 19

The Blue Jackets have started working on their future, trading Max Domi away, their young players have played well all season as well. 

  1. Las Vegas Golden Knights

Record: 36-28-4

Last Week 18

The Golden Knights really, no seriously, look like they may miss the playoffs this year. 

  1. Winnipeg Jets 

Record: 32-25-10

Last Week: 21

The Jets have caught fire, especially from upfront. Kyle Connor has been one of the hottest players the last few weeks. 

  1. Edmonton Oilers  

Record: 37-25-5

Last Week: 16

The Oilers have won five straight, and look to be going into playoff time on a high note. 

  1. Nashville Predators 

Record: 39-23-4

Last Week: 15

Roman Josi is just amazing, that’s it.

  1. Dallas Stars 

Record: 37-25-3

Last Week:11

The Stars are just such an inconstant team, and if that is not fixed soon, they will be first-round knock-outs.

  1. Los Angeles Kings 

Record: 36-23-9

Last Week: 11

The Kings do not have reliable and consistent goaltending due, but the team has a lot of talent upfront so that will be relied on much more coming into the playoffs. 

  1. St. Louis Blues 

Record: 36-20-9

Last Week: 12

The Blues have a better team than last year going into the playoffs, but the question remains if it will be enough. 

  1. Washington Capitals 

Record: 37-21-10 

Last Week: 16

Ovechkin IS BACK. He is on a fire goal pace yet again. 

  1. Toronto Maple Leafs 

Record: 42-19-5

Last Week: 10

The Leafs still have a lot of concern about their goaltending, and time is running out. 

  1. Minnesota Wild 

Record: 41-20-4

Last Week: 13

The Wild are hot, again. The addition of Fleury seems to have lit a fire under Cam Talbot as he just finished a week that earned him a star of the week award. The Wild like to take their wins in packs, as they lead the league in wins that come in 6-packs. 

  1. Carolina Hurricanes 

Record: 44-15-8

Last Week: 4

The Hurricanes had a frustrating week, and after a disappointing deadline, the concern may be creeping in. 

  1. Tampa Bay Lighting 

Record: 42-18-6

Last Week: 7

The Lightning was busy during the deadline and it seems to be working, although they didn’t really need the help, to begin with. 

  1. New York Rangers

Record: 43-19-5

Last Week: 5

The Rangers like to make things difficult on themselves, but as long as Igor plays like himself, they will always have a chance. 

5. Pittsburgh Penguins 

Record: 40-18-10

Last Week: 5

The Penguins are getting help from every area on the ice, this includes their solid depth on the blue line.  

  1. Boston Bruins

Record: 41-20-5

Last Week: 8

The Bruins have had recent success, especially in goal. Swayman and Ullmark have split games all season and have worked well lately.  

  1. Calgary Flames 


Record: 40-18-8

Last Week: 2

The Flames may have the angriest goalie in the league with Jacob Markstrom, who took a swing at the entire Sharks team. 

  1. Colorado Avalanche

Record: 47-14-6

Last Week: 3

The Avalanche look like they will lose their star forward Nate MacKinnon for a while due to an injured hand from fighting. 

  1. Florida Panthers 

Record: 45-15-6 

Last Week 1

The Panthers have maybe the most lethal forward groups in the league. The Panthers are well on their way to a deep playoff run. 

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