NHL Power Rankings: Week 9

*standings as of Sunday March 7th*

Leafs and Lightning stay atop the pack.

Isles reach Top 5.

Buffalo hits rock bottom and…

Are the Pens climbing slowly?

Vanko’s Weekly Mountain Climber: New York Islanders (+7)

Vanko’s Weekly Sinking Ship: Edmonton Oilers (-7)

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(-) #1 Toronto Maple Leafs (18-6-2)

(-) #2 Tampa Bay Lightning (17-4-1)

(+3) #3 Carolina Hurricanes (17-6-1)

(+3) #4 Vegas Golden Knights (16-4-1)

(+7) #5 New York Islanders (15-6-4)

(-2) #6 Florida Panthers (15-5-4)

(-4) #7 Winnipeg Jets (15-8-1)

(+1) #8 Washington Capitals (14-6-4)

(-1) #9 Boston Bruins (13-6-3)

Colorado Avalanche win the game but lose Nathan MacKinnon - Mile High Hockey

(-4) #10 Colorado Avalanche (13-7-2)

(+4) #11 Montreal Canadiens (11-6-6)

(-7) #12 Edmonton Oilers (15-11-0)

(+3) #13 St. Louis Blues (14-8-3)

(-4) #14 Chicago Blackhawks (13-8-5)

(-4) #15 Minnesota Wild (13-8-1)

(+2) #16 Pittsburgh Penguins (14-9-1)

(-) #17 Los Angeles Kings (10-8-5)

(-4) #18 Philadelphia Flyers (12-7-3)

(+2) #19 New York Rangers (10-10-2)

Around the West: the Arizona Coyotes are actually good - Mile High Hockey

(-) #20 Arizona Coyotes (11-10-3)

(-2) #21 Calgary Flames (11-12-3)

(+3) #22 Vancouver Canucks (11-15-2)

(-) #23 Columbus Blue Jackets (10-11-5)

(-2) #24 Dallas Stars (7-8-5)

(-1) #25 Nashville Predators (11-14-0)

(+1) #26 Anaheim Ducks (7-12-6)

(-1) #27 New Jersey Devils (8-11-2)

(+2) #28 San Jose Sharks (8-11-3)

(+2) #29 Ottowa Senators (9-17-1)

(-1) #30 Detroit Red Wings (7-16-3)

(-2) #31 Buffalo Sabres (6-14-3)

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