Puckpassion's NHL Power Rankings (Week One)

PuckpassionCorrespondent IOctober 5, 2009

The formula for this power ranking system involves team points, total goals scored, total goals allowed as well as additional points for away wins. Tie-breaking ranking totals are decided on total wins first, then total goals scored (if tied then away team wins/goals scored within the week gets the advantage).


1. Philadelphia Flyers +11

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2. Washington Capitals +10

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3. Colorado Avalanche +10

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4. St. Louis Blues +9

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5. Montreal Canadiens +8

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6. Calgary Flames +8

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7. Pittsburgh Penguins +7

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8. Chicago Blackhawks +7

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9. Phoenix Coyotes +6

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10. Atlanta Thrashers +5

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11. Boston Bruins +4

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12. N.Y Rangers +4

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13. Nashville Predators +4

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14. San Jose Sharks +3

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15. Columbus Blue Jackets +3

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16. N.Y Islanders 0

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17. Dallas Stars 0

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18. Buffalo Sabres 0

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19. Florida Panthers -1

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20. Edmonton Oilers -1

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21. Minnesota Wild -1

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22. Toronto Maple Leafs -2

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23. Detroit Red Wings -3

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24. Tampa Bay Lightning -3

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25. L.A Kings -3

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26. Ottawa Senators -3

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27. N.J Devils -3

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28. Anaheim Ducks -3

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29. Vancouver Canucks -5

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30. Carolina Hurricanes -7

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