Carter's NHL Power Rankings, April 5: Tippett Leads Jack Adams Race

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Carter's NHL Power Rankings, April 5: Tippett Leads Jack Adams Race
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Here's David Carter's NHL Power Rankings and individual rankings for the 2009-10 season up until April 5. All W-L-OL records are updated thru Monday morning, April 5.

 

1. Washington Capitals (51-15-12)

Offense Rank: 1

Defense Rank: 17

PP Rank: 1

PK Rank: 25


2. Chicago Blackhawks (49-22-7)

Offense Rank: 4

Defense Rank: 4

PP Rank: 16

PK Rank: 5


3. Vancouver Canucks (48-27-4)

Offense Rank: 2

Defense Rank: 11

PP Rank: 5

PK Rank: 18


4. San Jose Sharks (48-20-11)

Offense Rank: 3

Defense Rank: 9

PP Rank: 4

PK Rank: 4


5. Buffalo Sabres (43-25-10)

Offense Rank: 11

Defense Rank: 5

PP Rank: 17

PK Rank: 2


6. New Jersey Devils (45-26-7)

Offense Rank: 25

Defense Rank: 1

PP Rank: 13

PK Rank: 12


7. Los Angeles Kings (44-26-7)

Offense Rank: 9

Defense Rank: 7

PP Rank: 6

PK Rank: 21


8. Phoenix Coyotes (48-25-6)

Offense Rank: 15

Defense Rank: 3

PP Rank: 28

PK Rank: 7


9. Pittsburgh Penguins (45-26-7)

Offense Rank: 5

Defense Rank: 18

PP Rank: 19

PK Rank: 8


10. Colorado Avalanche (42-49-7)

Offense Rank: 6

Defense Rank: 14

PP Rank: 11

PK Rank: 19


11. Detroit Red Wings (41-24-14)

Offense Rank: 14

Defense Rank: 12

PP Rank: 8

PK Rank: 10


12. Philadelphia Flyers (39-34-6)

Offense Rank: 8

Defense Rank: 16

PP Rank: 3

PK Rank: 14


13. New York Rangers (36-32-10)

Offense Rank: 21

Defense Rank: 8

PP Rank: 15

PK Rank: 9


14. Nashville Predators (46-28-6)

Offense Rank: 13

Defense Rank: 15

PP Rank: 25

PK Rank: 29


15. Boston Bruins (36-30-12)

Offense Rank: 30

Defense Rank: 2

PP Rank: 18

PK Rank: 3


16. Calgary Flames (40-30-9)

Offense Rank: 27

Defense Rank: 6

PP Rank: 26

PK Rank: 15


17. St. Louis Blues (38-31-9)

Offense Rank: 20

Defense Rank: 13

PP Rank: 20

PK Rank: 1


18. Montreal Canadiens (39-32-8)

Offense Rank: 22

Defense Rank: 10

PP Rank: 2

PK Rank: 11


19. Ottawa Senators (43-31-5)

Offense Rank: 16

Defense Rank: 19

PP Rank: 24

PK Rank: 6


20. Anaheim Ducks (38-31-9)

Offense Rank: 12

Defense Rank: 21

PP Rank: 7

PK Rank: 23


21. Dallas Stars (35-30-14)

Offense Rank: 10

Defense Rank: 24

PP Rank: 12

PK Rank: 27


22. Atlanta Thrashers (34-32-13)

Offense Rank: 7

Defense Rank: 27

PP Rank: 21

PK Rank: 17


23. Minnesota Wild (37-35-7)

Offense Rank: 18

Defense Rank: 22

PP Rank: 9

PK Rank: 12


24. Carolina Hurricanes (33-36-10)

Offense Rank: 17

Defense Rank: 25

PP Rank: 23

PK Rank: 22


25. Florida Panthers (31-35-12)

Offense Rank: 28

Defense Rank: 20

PP Rank: 30

PK Rank: 24


26. New York Islanders (33-35-10)

Offense Rank: 24

Defense Rank: 23

PP Rank: 27

PK Rank: 28


27. Columbus Blue Jackets (32-34-13)

Offense Rank: 19

Defense Rank: 28

PP Rank: 14

PK Rank: 16


28. Tampa Bay Lightning (31-35-12)

Offense Rank: 26

Defense Rank: 26

PP Rank: 10

PK Rank: 20


29. Toronto Maple Leafs (29-36-14)

Offense Rank: 23

Defense Rank: 29

PP Rank: 29

PK Rank: 30


30. Edmonton Oilers (24-46-8)

Offense Rank: 29

Defense Rank: 30

PP Rank: 22

PK Rank: 26

 

Carter’s NHL Award Races:

Hart Trophy (Most Valuable Player)

1. Henrik Sedin (Canucks)

2. Alexander Ovechkin (Capitals)

3. Sidney Crosby (Penguins)

4. Ryan Miller (Sabres)

5. Nicklas Backstrom (Capitals)

6. Martin St. Louis (Lightning)

7. Brad Richards (Stars)

8. Tuukka Rask (Bruins)

9. Steven Stamkos (Lightning)

10. Ilya Bryzgalov (Coyotes)

 

Norris Trophy (Top Defenseman)

1. Mike Green (Capitals)

2. Duncan Keith (Blackhawks)

3. Dan Boyle (Sharks)

4. Drew Doughty (Kings)

5. Chris Pronger (Flyers)

 

Vezina Trophy (Top Goaltender)

1. Ryan Miller (Sabres)

2. Tuukka Rask (Bruins)

3. Ilya Bryzgalov (Coyotes)

4. Miikka Kiprusoff (Flames)

5. Jimmy Howard (Red Wings)

 

Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year)

1. Matt Duchene (Avalanche)

2. John Tavares (Islanders)

3. Tyler Myers (Sabres)

4. Niclas Bergfors (Thrashers)

5. Jamie Benn (Stars)

 

Jack Adams Award (Coach of the Year)

1. Dave Tippett (Coyotes)

2. Barry Trotz (Predators)

3. Lindy Ruff (Sabres)

4. Terry Murray (Kings)

5. Joe Sacco (Avalanche)

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