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Helene Elliott S Nhl Rankings

March 9, 2010
(Through Monday's games) Rank Team Record (ranking before the Olympics) 1. Washington 44-13-9 Alexander Ovechkin ends six-game goal scoring drought with two on Monday, but home win streak ends at 13 with shootout loss to Dallas. (1) 2. Pittsburgh 40-22-4 Not a bad week for Sidney Crosby: he scores golden goal for Canada and returns to temporarily take NHL goal scoring lead. And he got help at trade deadline with acquisition of Jordan Leopold and Alex Ponikarovsky. (10)
April 5, 2010 | Helene Elliott
Through Monday's games Rank Team Record (Last week's rank) 1. Washington 52-15-12 Capitals clinch Presidents' Trophy, set franchise records for wins and road wins — 23. (1) 2. San Jose 48-20-11 Joe Thornton returned from a lower-body injury Sunday and was reunited with Dany Heatley and Patrick Marleau in overtime loss to Colorado. (3) 3. Chicago 49-22-7 Blackhawks clinched the Central Division title Sunday. The last time they won their division Patrick Kane was 4. He's now 21. (8)
December 30, 2003 | HELENE ELLIOTT
HELENE ELLIOTT'S NHL RANKINGS, COMMENTS: -- Rank Team (Rec) Comment 1 TORONTO (21-7-7-3) Streak ended with points in 16 straight games. Time to start another. 2 NEW JERSEY (19-7-8-1) Brodeur and Schwab have nine shutouts. OK, eight are Brodeur's. 3 PHILADELPHIA (18-6-9-4) The scoring has cooled but the goaltending is holding up. 4 ST. LOUIS (21-8-4-1) Quenneville one short of 300 coaching wins in nearly seven years. 5 OTTAWA (17-10-5-3) Senators beat teams they should beat in 4-0-2 streak.
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