Jan 232007
 

Here are your all-star break power rankings. Take a look at all the big U.S. cities in the bottom 6 of the power rankings. The NHL will never make it in the U.S. with teams in Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago (you can add in St. Louis as well) sucking so bad.

Rank Last Week Team AdjWinP SchedStr Power Rank
1 2 San Jose 0.667 0.514 0.670
2 3 Detroit 0.633 0.526 0.659
3 1 Anaheim 0.640 0.518 0.644
4 5 Nashville 0.663 0.504 0.636
5 4 Calgary 0.574 0.546 0.631
6 6 Vancouver 0.552 0.545 0.626
7 7 Buffalo 0.622 0.468 0.583
8 8 Dallas 0.562 0.526 0.581
9 11 Edmonton 0.490 0.555 0.565
10 9 Minnesota 0.469 0.551 0.542
11 10 New Jersey 0.604 0.454 0.531
12 13 Montreal 0.551 0.476 0.527
13 12 Ottawa 0.550 0.476 0.525
14 16 Colorado 0.479 0.539 0.514
15 14 Carolina 0.540 0.466 0.501
16 15 Phoenix 0.427 0.534 0.466
17 18 Atlanta 0.510 0.457 0.463
18 17 Boston 0.457 0.485 0.461
19 19 Toronto 0.469 0.484 0.459
20 20 Tampa Bay 0.480 0.465 0.443
21 21 Washington 0.469 0.470 0.432
22 29 St. Louis 0.396 0.531 0.430
23 28 Columbus 0.396 0.533 0.425
24 27 Pittsburgh 0.500 0.445 0.421
25 25 Chicago 0.396 0.529 0.417
26 26 Florida 0.420 0.475 0.407
27 23 NY Rangers 0.438 0.463 0.406
28 24 NY Islanders 0.447 0.457 0.403
29 22 Los Angeles 0.330 0.556 0.390
30 30 Philadelphia 0.255 0.467 0.242

AdjWinP is a teams winning percentage when shootouts are considered ties and there are no points awarded for overtime losses
SchedStr is an indication of a teams relative difficulty of schedule
Power Rank is the teams expected winning percentage if team played all .500 teams

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