Nov 162005
 

Here are the NHL Power Rankings for this week. I have added a new column to the table which shows last weeks rankings which was requested by a reader a couple weeks ago. Big gainers this week are Detroit (5th to 2nd), Nashville (11th ot 7th), Calgary (15th to 12th), and New Jersey (24th to 19th). Biggest droppers are Montreal (2nd to 5th), Colorado (8th to 11th), Boston (22nd to 25th) and Florida (25th to 28th).

Rank Last Week Team Win-Loss Power Rank
1 1 Ottawa 13- 3 15.0
2 5 Detroit 15- 4 13.0
3 3 Carolina 13- 4 12.9
4 4 Philadelphia 11- 5 12.7
5 2 Montreal 13- 6 12.7
6 7 Dallas 11- 7 12.0
7 6 Los Angeles 12- 7 12.0
8 11 Nashville 12- 5 12.0
9 10 Vancouver 11- 7 11.6
10 9 Toronto 10- 9 11.6
11 8 Colorado 9- 8 11.5
12 15 Calgary 11- 9 10.6
13 12 Buffalo 9- 9 10.5
14 13 NY Rangers 11- 9 10.1
15 16 NY Islanders 9- 9 9.9
16 14 Edmonton 10-10 9.7
17 17 Phoenix 9-11 9.7
18 18 San Jose 8- 9 9.2
19 24 New Jersey 8-10 8.8
20 19 Minnesota 8-11 8.6
21 21 Tampa Bay 8-12 8.4
22 20 Anaheim 7-11 8.3
23 26 Chicago 7-11 8.3
24 23 Washington 7-11 8.3
25 22 Boston 7-12 8.1
26 28 Atlanta 7-10 8.1
27 25 Florida 6-13 7.6
28 27 Columbus 5-13 7.3
29 29 Pittsburgh 5-14 6.7
30 30 St. Louis 2-15 5.5

  2 Responses to “NHL Power Rankings – November 16, 2005”

  1.  

    I am not sure where you are getting your standings from. Not sure about the others but you have the Oilers listed as 9-11 when in fact they are 10-9-1 or 10-10.

  2.  

    You are right. Every night I manually enter box score data (scores, shots on goal, etc.) into a spreadsheet. Sometimes I make mistakes and in the case of the Oilers-Columbus game the other day I entered the score the wrong way around. I’ve corrected it and updated the Power Rankings above. Thanks for pointing out the mistake.

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