Dec 282005
 
Rank Last Week Team Win-Loss Power Rank
1 1 Ottawa 25- 9 15.0
2 3 Nashville 24-10 13.3
3 2 Dallas 23-12 13.3
4 5 Buffalo 25-12 12.6
5 6 Los Angeles 23-15 12.3
6 8 Detroit 25-12 12.2
7 4 Carolina 22-13 12.2
8 10 Philadelphia 22-13 12.1
9 9 Calgary 21-16 11.7
10 7 Vancouver 20-16 11.6
11 12 Edmonton 21-16 11.4
12 13 Toronto 20-17 11.0
13 14 Colorado 19-18 10.9
14 11 Montreal 17-17 10.5
15 15 NY Rangers 21-16 10.5
16 16 Tampa Bay 19-18 10.2
17 17 Phoenix 18-19 10.0
18 18 NY Islanders 17-18 9.8
19 20 Anaheim 16-20 9.5
20 22 Minnesota 16-20 8.7
21 19 San Jose 15-20 8.6
22 21 New Jersey 15-21 8.2
23 24 Atlanta 16-21 8.2
24 26 Florida 14-24 7.7
25 23 Chicago 13-22 7.5
26 25 Boston 13-23 7.4
27 27 Washington 12-22 7.4
28 28 Columbus 10-26 6.1
29 30 St. Louis 8-25 5.1
30 29 Pittsburgh 8-27 5.1

  One Response to “NHL Power Rankings – December 28, 2005”

  1.  

    I adjusted my power rankings formula so the team ranked #1 will have a power number of 100.

    1. Ottawa (100.0)
    2. Nashville (96.2)
    3. Detroit (91.9)
    4. Carolina (89.8)
    5. Philadelphia (89.8)
    6. Buffalo (88.4)
    7. Dallas (86.1)
    8. Vancouver (80.2)
    9. Calgary (79.8)
    10. Edmonton (79.8)
    11. NY Rangers (79.8)
    12. Los Angeles (79.3)
    13. Montreal (75.5)
    14. Toronto (74.6)
    15. Colorado (71.1)
    16. Tampa Bay (71.1)
    17. Anaheim (67.7)
    18. NY Islanders (66.0)
    19. Phoenix (65.9)
    20. Atlanta (64.2)
    21. Minnesota (64.2)
    22. San Jose (64.2)
    23. New Jersey (62.4)
    24. Boston (57.0)
    25. Chicago (55.0)
    26. Florida (52.3)
    27. Washington(50.9)
    28. Pittsburgh (45.3)
    29. St. Louis (40.1)
    30. Columbus (37.4)

    The bottom three still look reasonably accurate. I wouldn’t be surprised if these 3 teams stay locked down there all year.

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