NHL Power Ranking: Bruins, Flames, Sharks all move in the Top 5.

So much movement with so little time left.

That’s the story of the latest NHL Power Rankings, which arrive just weeks ahead of the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs and feature yet another significant shuffling of the top five — er, the top four behind this season’s longstanding front-runner, the Tampa Bay Lightning.

No one is catching Tampa (and no one’s been able to for a long, long time), but that doesn’t mean the contenders right behind the Lightning are done climbing the standings. As we sit in mid-March, in fact, you might be able to make the case for at least a half-dozen teams as the No. 2 to Tampa. No joke


Tampa Bay LightningWashington CapitalsCalgary FlamesBoston BruinsSan Jose SharksToronto Maple LeafsWinnipeg Jets

Sharks, Jets, Islanders drop two spots each; Wild enter power rankings

  • Tampa Bay Lightning (49-11-4)
  • Boston Bruins (37-17-9)
  • Calgary Flames (41-16-7)
  • San Jose Sharks (37-19-8)
  • Toronto Maple Leafs (39-20-4)
  • Winnipeg Jets (37-22-4)
  • Nashville Predators (37-24-5)
  • New York Islanders (36-19-7)

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