By the Numbers: Carter's NHL Power Rankings, March 22

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By the Numbers: Carter's NHL Power Rankings, March 22
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1. Washington Capitals (48-14-10)

Offense Rank: 1

Defense Rank: 17

PP Rank: 1

PK Rank: 24

Last 10 Games: 7-1-2

2. Chicago Blackhawks (45-19-7)

Offense Rank: 3

Defense Rank: 3

PP Rank: 9

PK Rank: 5

Last 10 Games: 4-4-2

3. Vancouver Canucks (44-24-4)

Offense Rank: 2

Defense Rank: 8

PP Rank: 5

PK Rank: 19

Last 10 Games: 6-2-2

4. San Jose Sharks (43-19-10)

Offense Rank: 4

Defense Rank: 10

PP Rank: 4

PK Rank: 4

Last 10 Games: 3-6-1

5. Colorado Avalanche (40-25-6)

Offense Rank: 7

Defense Rank: 9

PP Rank: 13

PK Rank: 16

Last 10 Games: 5-5-0

6. Phoenix Coyotes (46-22-5)

Offense Rank: 13

Defense Rank: 2

PP Rank: 28

PK Rank: 7

Last 10 Games: 9-1-0

7. Los Angeles Kings (41-24-5)

Offense Rank: 10

Defense Rank: 7

PP Rank: 6

PK Rank: 17

Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

8. New Jersey Devils (42-25-4)

Offense Rank: 23

Defense Rank: 1

PP Rank: 17

PK Rank: 14

Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

9. Buffalo Sabres (39-22-10)

Offense Rank: 15

Defense Rank: 4

PP Rank: 23

PK Rank: 2

Last 10 Games: 6-3-1

10. Pittsburgh Penguins (42-24-6)

Offense Rank: 5

Defense Rank: 18

PP Rank: 22

PK Rank: 6

Last 10 Games: 6-2-2

11. Philadelphia Flyers (37-20-5)

Offense Rank: 8

Defense Rank: 14

PP Rank: 3

PK Rank: 18

Last 10 Games: 4-4-2

12. Nashville Predators (42-26-5)

Offense Rank: 11

Defense Rank: 16

PP Rank: 16

PK Rank: 29

Last 10 Games: 7-3-0

13. Calgary Flames (36-27-9)

Offense Rank: 29

Defense Rank: 5

PP Rank: 25

PK Rank: 12

Last 10 Games: 6-4-0

14. Detroit Red Wings (35-23-13)

Offense Rank: 20

Defense Rank: 11

PP Rank: 8

PK Rank: 9

Last 10 Games: 7-2-1

15. Montreal Canadiens (36-29-7)

Offense Rank: 16

Defense Rank: 13

PP Rank: 2

PK Rank: 11

Last 10 Games: 7-2-1

16. St. Louis Blues (34-29-9)

Offense Rank: 17

Defense Rank: 15

PP Rank: 21

PK Rank: 3

Last 10 Games: 6-4-0

17. Boston Bruins (32-27-12)

Offense Rank: 30

Defense Rank: 6

PP Rank: 20

PK Rank: 1

Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

18. New York Rangers (31-32-9)

Offense Rank: 26

Defense Rank: 12

PP Rank: 14

PK Rank: 10

Last 10 Games: 3-5-2

19. Atlanta Thrashers (32-29-11)

Offense Rank: 6

Defense Rank: 28

PP Rank: 24

PK Rank: 20

Last 10 Games: 4-5-1

20. Minnesota Wild (35-31-6)

Offense Rank: 16

Defense Rank: 20

PP Rank: 12

PK Rank: 15

Last 10 Games: 4-4-2

21. Anaheim Ducks (34-29-8)

Offense Rank: 12

Defense Rank: 22

PP Rank: 7

PK Rank: 23

Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

22. Ottawa Senators (37-30-5)

Offense Rank: 19

Defense Rank: 21

PP Rank: 27

PK Rank: 8

Last 10 Games: 2-7-1

23. Dallas Stars (31-27-14)

Offense Rank: 9

Defense Rank: 27

PP Rank: 15

PK Rank: 28

Last 10 Games: 3-5-2

24. Florida Panthers (29-31-11)

Offense Rank: 27

Defense Rank: 19

PP Rank: 30

PK Rank: 25

Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

25. Carolina Hurricanes (30-24-8)

Offense Rank: 14

Defense Rank: 25

PP Rank: 19

PK Rank: 22

Last 10 Games: 5-4-1

26. New York Islanders (29-33-10)

Offense Rank: 22

Defense Rank: 23

PP Rank: 26

PK Rank: 27

Last 10 Games: 4-4-2

27. Tampa Bay Lightning (28-32-12)

Offense Rank: 24

Defense Rank: 24

PP Rank: 10

PK Rank: 21

Last 10 Games: 2-7-1

28. Columbus Blue Jackets (29-31-12)

Offense Rank: 25

Defense Rank: 26

PP Rank: 11

PK Rank: 13

Last 10 Games: 4-3-3

29. Toronto Maple Leafs (26-34-12)

Offense Rank: 21

Defense Rank: 29

PP Rank: 29

PK Rank: 30

Last 10 Games: 7-2-1

30. Edmonton Oilers (23-42-7)

Offense Rank: 28

Defense Rank: 30

PP Rank: 18

PK Rank: 26

Last 10 Games: 4-5-1

Carter’s NHL Award Races

Hart Trophy (Most Valuable Player)

1. Capitals LW Alexander Ovechkin: 97 points, 52 assists, 45 goals

2. Canucks C Henrik Sedin: 95 points, 67 assists, 28 goals

3. Penguins C Sidney Crosby: 88 points, 45 goals, 43 assists

4. Sabres G Ryan Miller: 36 wins, 2.20 GAA, .929 save percentage

5. Capitals C Nicklas Backstrom: 88 points, 59 assists, 29 goals

6. Lightning C Steven Stamkos: 83 points, 43 goals, 40 assists

7. Lightning RW Martin St. Louis: 83 points, 59 assists, 24 goals

8. Coyotes G Ilya Bryzgalov: 39 wins, 2.28 GAA, .921 save percentage

9. Sharks C Joe Thornton: 83 points, 65 assists, 18 goals

10. Flames G Miikka Kiprusoff: 31 wins, 2.23 GAA, .923 save percentage

Norris Trophy (Top Defenseman)

1. Mike Green (Capitals): 70 points, 53 assists, 17 goals

2. Duncan Keith (Blackhawks): 64 points, 51 assists, 13 goals

3. Drew Doughty (Kings): 52 points, 39 assists, 13 goals

4. Chris Pronger (Flyers): 52 points, 42 assists, 10 goals

5. Dan Boyle (Sharks): 50 points, 37 assists, 13 goals

Vezina Trophy (Top Goaltender)

1. Ryan Miller (Sabres): 36 wins, 2.20 GAA, .929 save percentage, 1,719 total saves

2. Ilya Bryzgalov (Coyotes): 39 wins, 2.28 GAA, .921 save percentage, 1,619 total saves

3. Miikka Kiprusoff (Flames): 31 wins, 2.23 GAA, .923 save percentage, 1,623 total saves

4. Jimmy Howard (Red Wings): 28 wins, 2.32 GAA, .924 save percentage, 1,462 total saves

5. Evgeni Nabokov (Sharks): 37 wins, 2.45 GAA, .921 save percentage, 1,745 total saves

Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year)

1. Avalanche C Matt Duchene: 49 points, 26 goals, 23 assists

2. Islanders LW John Tavares: 43 points, 22 assists, 21 goals

3. Sabres D Tyler Myers: 41 points, 31 assists, 10 goals

4. Thrashers RW Niclas Bergfors: 40 points, 20 goals, 20 assists

5. Stars LW Jamie Benn: 35 points, 19 goals, 16 assists

Jack Adams Award (Coach of the Year)

1. Dave Tippett (Coyotes)

2. Terry Murray (Kings)

3. Joe Sacco (Avalanche)

4. Cory Clouston (Senators)

5. Peter Laviolette (Flyers)

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