In this week’s NHL Power Rankings we go with a more traditional ranking and take a look at where each NHL team stands through the first month of the offseason. We are not just looking at the moves teams made, but what those moves mean to their overall rosters. Simply put: Who is the best team on paper right now through the first month of the offseason? With some intriguing free agents still available and trades to be made this outlook can obviously a change before the season. So just consider this a progress report of sorts for the offseason. Where does your team rank? To this week’s NHL Power Rankings! 1. Tampa Bay Lightning. We know they are going to lose somebody from their current roster, we just do not know who (Tyler Johnson? Alex Killorn?). Even when that happens the defending Stanley Cup champs have the best and deepest roster in the league. 2. Colorado Avalanche. Adding Brandon Saad and Devon Toews to this already outstanding roster should make them runaway favorites in the Western Conference when the season begins. 3. Vegas Golden Knights. Losing Nate Schmidt and Paul Stastny will hurt, but adding Alex Pietrangelo gives them a bonafide… Read full this story
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