NHL Power Rankings: St. Louis Blues Flying High

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Apr 6, 2014; Chicago, IL, USA; St. Louis Blues center Vladimir Sobotka (center) is congratulated for scoring by defenseman Jay Bouwmeester (left) and defenseman Alex Pietrangelo (right) during the third period against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center. Chicago won 4-2. Mandatory Credit: Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

There’s only one week remaining in the NHL’s regular season which means the best time of the year — the Stanley Cup Playoffs — is right around the corner.

The St. Louis Blues broke their franchise record for most wins in a single season, the Detroit Red Wings are getting healthy at just the right time and the Toronto Maple Leafs actually won a hockey game. Yes, a lot happened over the last seven days that shook up the landscape among the top 10 in this week’s power rankings.

Who ended up in the top spot in the second-to-last week of the season? Scroll on to find out!

*All records are updated as of Friday, April 4 2014*
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  • somebody

    Worst power rankings ever?

  • Jared Gorski

    “If the last two weeks have shown anyting, it’s that this team needs Pat Kane and Jonathan Toews back, bad.”

    …after they go on a 3 game streak, most recently dominating the Blues and showing awesome depth…? C’mon man!!