It is an excellent Thanksgiving for the Boston Bruins as they remained on top of the NHL power rankings. On the other hand, the Blue Jackets and Red Wings are looking for something to celebrate during the holiday. Here is our weekly NHL power rankings report.

While celebrating the season’s arrival, remember that it is also the unofficial first day of the playoffs. By now, most teams are already out of postseason contention or within a couple of wins of a top-eight slot, so it is safe to say those teams have little chance of making the cut.

Despite much preseason anticipation, the Senators, Penguins, Devils, and Sabres face an uphill battle this season. On the other hand, the Wild and Oilers are in a terrible situation in the West.

NHL Power Rankings

NHL Power Rankings – Bruins Stay on Top with the Sharks Overtaking the Blue JacketsThanks in large part to a historically excellent pairing that everyone thought would decline this season, the Boston Bruins have maintained their top ranking for two consecutive weeks. When it comes to regulation, Jeremy Swayman has never lost.

Although we will give the Vegas Golden Knights a pass, their five-game losing streak, which includes two shutout losses, is not ideal. According to betting software experts, their offensive has suddenly dried up, and their road record is a dismal 5-3-1.

Picture this: the Dallas Stars, with Jason Robertson on the ice. According to sports news reports, his goal-scoring has been lacking, and he has recently been benched in favor of Wyatt Johnston, but his point-per-game average is still respectable at 0.88.

On Monday, the New York Rangers suffered their first regulation loss in thirty days against the Stars, 6-3. The setback came after the team lost a two-goal lead by letting in six consecutive goals. Despite Mika Zibanejad’s current downturn, they can find solace in Alexis Lafreniere’s breakout season.

With their deep, seasoned roster, terrific underlying statistics, great goaltending, and Drew Doughty handling it all on the blueline, the Los Angeles Kings bring to mind the early 2010s when they won the Cup. If they make it to the finals, nobody will be shocked.

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