Rank 'Em: NHL Power Rankings

Created: December 22, 2008, 10:48 AM

Both Phil Kessel and the Bruins have streaks going.

As Phil Kessel goes, so does the Boston Bruins. Kessel's points streak has reached 18 games, the longest in the NHL this season. The Bruins are 9-1-0 in the past 10 games and have won five in a row.

That's not to say that other teams have been slacking off, of course. The Red Wings have barely broken stride after losing Marty Brodeur. Backup Scott Clemmensen is performing admirably, and the Red Wings, 7-3 in their last ten games, still sit atop the Central Division of the Western Conference.

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  • Colorado Avalanche
    16-16-1, 33 points
  • Chicago Blackhawks
    18-6-7, 43 points
  • Columbus Blue Jackets
    14-15-4, 32 points
  • St. Louis Blues
    13-17-3, 29 points
  • Boston Bruins
    24-5-4, 52 points
  • Montreal Canadiens
    18-9-6, 42 points
  • Vancouver Canucks
    18-12-3, 39 points
  • Washington Capitals
    20-11-3, 43 points
  • Phoenix Coyotes
    16-13-3, 36 points
  • New Jersey Devils
    19-9-3, 41 points
  • Anaheim Ducks
    18-12-3, 39 points
  • Calgary Flames
    18-11-4, 40 points
  • Philadelphia Flyers
    18-8-7, 43 points
  • Carolina Hurricanes
    16-13-5, 37 points
  • New York Islanders
    10-20-3, 23 points
  • Los Angeles Kings
    13-14-6, 32 points
  • Tampa Bay Lightning
    7-16-9, 23 points
  • Toronto Maple Leafs
    13-13-6, 32 points
  • Edmonton Oilers
    14-14-3, 31 points
  • Florida Panthers
    15-13-3, 34 points
  • Pittsburgh Penguins
    17-11-4, 38 points
  • Nashville Predators
    16-13-3, 35 points
  • New York Rangers
    22-12-2, 46 points
  • Detroit Red Wings
    22-6-4, 48 points
  • Buffalo Sabres
    16-13-4, 36 points
  • Ottawa Senators
    12-14-5, 29 points
  • San Jose Sharks
    26-4-3, 55 points
  • Dallas Stars
    13-14-5, 31 points
  • Atlanta Thrashers
    11-17-4, 26 points
  • Minnesota Wild
    16-14-2, 34 points