Dec 042007
 

For the first time this season the Ottawa Senators have fallen out of first place and currently sit in third spot behind St. Louis and Detroit. The big mover this week is Minnesota who jumped from 15th to 5th with wins over Phoenix, St. Louis and Vancouver. Also making a move forward is the New Jersey Devils who have moved up to 17th and are on a 7 game winning streak. PHoenix who saw a bounce after the Bryzgalov waiver pickup had a tough week with losses to Minnesota, Chicago, Detroit and Pittsburgh which resulted in them falling back to 23rd spot.

Rank 7 Days
Ago
Team AdjWinP SchedStr Power
Rank
1 2 St. Louis 0.604 0.558 0.705
2 3 Detroit 0.673 0.528 0.683
3 1 Ottawa 0.660 0.493 0.661
4 4 Chicago 0.538 0.565 0.642
5 15 Minnesota 0.615 0.514 0.597
6 10 Vancouver 0.577 0.515 0.596
7 8 Nashville 0.542 0.540 0.594
8 7 Columbus 0.519 0.550 0.589
9 5 Boston 0.560 0.486 0.538
10 6 Montreal 0.519 0.501 0.538
11 11 San Jose 0.580 0.485 0.534
12 9 NY Islanders 0.500 0.489 0.514
13 12 Buffalo 0.500 0.500 0.511
14 19 NY Rangers 0.537 0.472 0.508
15 16 Philadelphia 0.562 0.461 0.504
16 18 Colorado 0.500 0.511 0.494
17 22 New Jersey 0.538 0.456 0.479
18 17 Carolina 0.574 0.439 0.474
19 13 Dallas 0.518 0.478 0.466
20 23 Toronto 0.426 0.513 0.456
21 20 Calgary 0.389 0.552 0.454
22 24 Pittsburgh 0.442 0.492 0.452
23 14 Phoenix 0.420 0.512 0.434
24 21 Anaheim 0.411 0.495 0.388
25 27 Atlanta 0.442 0.452 0.386
26 25 Los Angeles 0.385 0.501 0.386
27 29 Edmonton 0.357 0.525 0.382
28 28 Tampa Bay 0.423 0.450 0.372
29 26 Florida 0.389 0.454 0.349
30 30 Washington 0.352 0.458 0.315

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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