NHL Power Rankings (Nov. 18): Counting Down the Top Five

Mitch MathisContributor INovember 18, 2009

LOS ANGELES, CA- NOVEMBER 9:  Patrick Marleu #12 of the San Jose Sharks skates against the Los Angeles Kings on November 9, 2006 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Noah Graham/Getty Images)
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This article has my opinion of what is the top 5 teams in the NHL this will give you that teams record, ranking, and points.  This will all be up to date of 11/18/09.

1. San Jose Sharks...32 points

14-5-4

Number one in Pacific Division.

2. Washington Capitals...30 points

13-4-4

Number one in Southeast Division.  

3. New Jersey Devils...28 points

14-5-0

Number one in Atlantic Division.

4. Colorado Avalanche...29 points

13-5-3

Number one in Northwest Division.

5. Pittsburgh Penguins...28 points

14-7-0

Number two in Atlantic Division.

Top Three overall NHL scorers:

Marian Gabarik (NYR) 15 goals, Alex Ovechkin (WSH) 15 goals, Dany Heatley (SJS) 14 goals

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