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Saturday, November 9, 2013

NCAA Cash-In: Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh

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NCAA Cash-In
Notre Dame Fighting Irish VS. Pittsburgh Panthers
Line: Notre Dame -4, O/U: 50.5

The Match-Up:

Notre Dame enters the game with a 7-2 SU record. They are just 3-5-1 ATS but have covered three of their last four. They will hit the road this week to play a Pittsburgh team that has traditionally played the Irish pretty tough. Notre Dame is 3-1 on the road this year with their lone loss coming at the hands of rival Michigan. The Notre Dame offense seems to have hit its stride in recent weeks scoring 37+ in three of their last four.

Pittsburgh comes into this one 4-4 SU and also just 3-5 ATS this season. The Panthers are 3-1 at home with their lone home defeat coming at the hands of #2 ranked Florida State. Pitt enters the game off of back-to-back losses, but both of those games were on the road and both were relatively close games. 

Their lone common opponent at this point is Navy, a team Notre Dame beat my four last week and a team Pittsburgh lost to by three the week before.

The Trends:

The past five meetings have been decided by 6 points or less.
Underdog is 7-0-1 ATS in the last 8 meetings.

The Verdict:

All trends point to a nail bitter but I just don't see that being the case. Pittsburgh's lone notable win can against a New Mexico team that few are taking seriously. Notre Dame just has too much talent and too much on the line not to come out firing in this one. I expect this game to be double digits. Play the Irish with confidence.


NCAA Cash-In: Texas Tech vs. Kansas State

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NCAA Cash-In
Texas Tech Red Raiders VS. Kansas State Wildcats
Line: Texas Tech -3, O/U: 61.5

The Match-Up:

Texas Tech (7-2, 5-4 ats)started the season on fire despite losing a lot of talent to graduation. After rattling off seven straight they hit a wall against the teams from Oklahoma Now after losing two straight they will look to pick up the pieces this week and right the ship against Kansas State (4-4, 5-3ats). Injuries on defense as a bout of turnovers have spelt disaster for Tech in recent weeks.

For Kansas State it was a bit of the opposite losing four of their first six. They have turned things around as of late winning their last two after nearly pulling off the upset against top ten Baylor three weeks ago. They have been getting some strong QB play from junior Jake Waters leading the way offensively.


The last 5 meeting between these two have gone OVER the total.
The favorite is 4-1 in the past 5 match-ups.
Texas Tech is 10-2-1 ATS following a 10+ point loss

The Verdict:

Texas Tech was embarrassed last week against Oklahoma. While Kansas State does more closely resemble Oklahoma and Oklahoma St than they do the bottom feeders that the Red Raiders fed off early in the year, motivation will be the driving force in this one. The Red Raiders get back on track with a big win.


NCAA Cash-In: Cincinnati vs. SMU

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NCAA Cash-In
Cincinnati Bearcats vs. SMU Mustangs
Line: Cincinnati -7.5, O/U: 67

The Match-Up:

Cincinnati enters the game on a three game winning streak and victories in five of their last six. They enter the game with the 2nd best defense in the conference allowing just 18 points per game. This is the last real cup cake on the schedule before a brutal stretch against the top three teams in the conference.

SMU is coming off a pair of wins of their own but have been miserable on the road this year. SMU is largely a one dimensional team. They are very capable of lighting up the stat sheet with a great passing attack but when they get shut down through the air the offense stalls out completely. Defensively they have a ton of holes. They are giving up a conference worst 42 points per game.


Cincinnati has covered 4 of their last 5 at home.
SMU has covered just 6 of their last 17 games on the road.

The Verdict:

Tommy Tuberville will have his Bearcats ready on defense for the high flying SMU pass attack. Given the brutally awful defense SMU has played all year, Cincinnati should have no trouble moving the ball and covering the 7.5 with ease.


Friday, November 8, 2013

Projecting the Top 2014 MLB Free Agents

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Projecting the Top MLB Free Agents
By Wild on Sports Analyst Jason Gillson

A look at the top 20 2014 MLB Free Agents and their most likely landing places...

1. Robinson Cano
Position: 2B
2013 Team: New York Yankees
Age: 31
Overview: Its hard to imagine Cano playing for a team other than the Yankees but something is going to have to give for that return to take place. Cano and his team of agents, led by Jay-Z are seeking to make Cano the first 300million dollar player. He is without question the best player at his position and a lock for 30+ home runs, 100+ RBI and very solid defense. At the end of the day we see him going back to the Yankees for something north of 200million. That said, there will be other suitors out there.
Possible Teams: Yankees, Dodgers, Rangers, Mariners, Cubs

2. Jacoby Ellsbury

Position: CF
2013 Team: Boston Red Sox
Age: 30
Overview: Injury concerns are the only thing holding back the former 30/30 player from becoming one of the league's highest paid players. He had a fine season for the Red Sox in 2013. He is a constant pest on the base paths and and ideal lead-off hitter. He also plays gold glove caliber defense. Everyone has been talking about a possible return home to the Mariners (he grow up in Oregon). I would have to imagine a number of teams will bid for his services including his Red Sox.
Possible Teams: Mariners, Rangers, Cubs, Phillies, Red Sox

3. Shin-Soo Choo
Position: OF
2013 Team: Cincinnati Reds
Age: 31
Overview: Choo is an on base specialist and emerging as a quality lead off hitter. He was 4th in the MLB with a .423 on base percentage in 2013, a stat that will not go unnoticed by interest teams. He can play all three outfield position, though defense isn't necessarily his strong suit. He will cost a team a draft pick but will be a nice consolation price for a team that loses the Ellsbury sweepstakes.
Possible Teams: Tigers, Mets, Mariners, Rangers, Cubs

4. Brian McCann
Position: C
2013 Team: Atlanta Braves
Age: 30
Overview: McCann is a power hitting middle of the order type bat and a catcher to boot. He plays solid defense but projects to move to DH in the later stages of his next contract. This leaves the door open to most teams, but would be particularlly idea for an AL team. He bounced back from shoulder surgery in 2012 to have a fine year for the Braves in 2013. He will be highly coveted.
Possible Teams: Rangers, Yankees, Red Sox, Tigers

5. Masahiro Tanaka
Position: SP
2013 Team: Japan
Age: 25
Overview: Tanaka is expected to be posted by his Japanese team and will be the most highly sought pitcher in this year's class. At just 25 he has a lot of baseball ahead of him. He is projected to be a #2/3 type starter now with room to grow. Expect all the big boys to be in play on this one.
Possible Teams: Dodgers, Cubs, Yankees, Angels, Phillies, Red Sox, Rangers

6. Ervin Santana
Position: SP
2013 Team: Kansas City Royals
Age: 31
Overview: Santanta is one of the top pitchers on the market this season and will draw considerable interest from several teams. The Royals would love to keep him but he may seek more dollars and a chance to win elsewhere. He will cost a team a draft pick but proven starters are worth it these days.
Possible Teams: Royals, Yankees, Nationals, Mariners, Phillies, Dodgers

7. Matt Garza
Position: SP
2013 Team: Texas Rangers
Age: 29
Overview: Garza was delt to the Rangers at the trade deadline and because of that comes without draft pick compensation. That is a big bonus for teams looking for starting pitching. The hard throwing righty has been very successful int he past posting multiple sub-4 ERA season. He is likely to have a lot of suitors.
Possible Teams: Yankees, Nationals, Phillies, Blue Jays, Dodgers, Mariners

8. Hiroki Kuroda
Position: SP
2013 Team: New York Yankees
Age; 39
Overview: Kuroda has been arguably the Yankees best pitcher in his two seasons in pinstripes. The Yankess would like to bring him back but there is the possibility that he returns to Japan to finish his career where it started.
Possible Teams: Yankees, Angels, Dodgers, Japan

9. A.J. Burnett
Position: SP
2013 Team: Pittsburgh Pirates
Age: 37
Overview: Is has been reported that Burnett either wants to return to the Pirates or retire. At 37 he might still have another year or two in the tank so it is possible that a team could convince him otherwise.
Possible Teams: Pirates, Retire

10. Mike Napoli
Position: 1B/DH
2013 Team: Boston Red Sox
Age: 32
Overview: Napoli already has a multi-year offer on the table from Boston. He does have a history of injuries but he proved this year that he could be valuable both with the bat and glove for a full season as he helped the Sox to a Championship. Hard to imagine him not back in Boston.
Possible Teams: Red Sox, Orioles, Indians, Mariners

11. Ubaldo Jimenez

Position: SP
2013 Team: Cleveland Indians
Age: 30
Overview: Just a few years ago he was in the conversation for best starter in the game. After a touch couple seasons of injuries he refound himself in Cleveland this year positing a 3.30 ERA. Despite costing a draft pick, he will have a lot of suitor this off-season.
Possible Teams: Indians, Yankees, Blue Jays, Mariners, Nationals, Phillies, Giants, Cubs

12. Carlos Beltran
Position: OF/DH
2013 Team: St. Louis Cardinals
Age: 37
Overview: Beltran is a big bat and about as clutch in October as you can find for a guy not named David Ortiz. He is also 37 which means his days running around in the outfield and stealing homeruns are likely numbered. He could probably play another year in the field but his best move may be to the AL as a DH. The Yankees are the most logical choice but there are plenty of other teams that have already begun showing interest.
Possible Teams: - Yankees, Rangers, Orioles, Red Sox, Cardinals

13. Curtis Granderson
Position: CF
2013 Team: New York Yankees
Age: 33
Overview: Granderson misses most of the 2013 season with injuries but still should be considered one of the top players on the market. He has a pair of 40 home runs seasons to his credit and has garnered rave reviews from every team he has been a part of. The Yankees made him a qualifying offer so it is possible that he returns there for one year to show he can stay healthy and put up big numbers again. He also is likely to grab the interest of the other team in New York who is desperate for an out field upgrade.
Possible Teams: Yankees, Mets, Cubs, Phillies.

14. Stephen Drew
Position: SS
2013 Team: Boston Red Sox
Age: 31
Overview: The Scott Boras client will enter the off season looking for a multi-year deal. He is the best of a weak SS class. While his bat has been inconsistent at times there is not questioning his slick glove. The Red Sox made him a qualifying offer but many feel they would just as soon see him walk so they can give the full time job to rookie phenom Xander Bogaerts.
Possible Teams: Red Sox, Mets, Cardinals, Pirates, Yankees

15. Jarrod Saltalamacchia
Position: C
2013 Team: Boston Red Sox
Age: 28
Overview: He was not offered a qualifying offer by Boston, which he almost certainly would have accepted. There is still a chance he goes back to Boston if Ellsbury, Drew and/or Napoli go elsewhere. He had the best all around year of any of the free agent catchers in this class and at just 28 still has a lot of baseball ahead of him. There will certainly be suitors. He may be one of the more interesting cases to watch.
Possible Teams: Red Sox, Yankees, Rangers, Phillies, White Sox

16. Nelson Cruz
Position: OF
2013 Team: Texas Rangers
Age: 33
Overview: His market will be hurt by the fact that the Rangers made him a qualifying offer. He will likely have to wait and see where the dust settles after Ellsbury and Beltran sign to determine his market.
Possible Teams: Rangers, Phillies Royals, Mets, Pirates, Diamondbacks

17. Joe Nathan
Position: CL
2013 Team: Texas Rangers
Age: 38
Overview: Not a huge market for closers this year but given Nathan's track record he will find a home. Could he be a short term replacement for Marino Rivera in New York?
Possible Teams: Yankees, Tigers, Angels, Mets, Red Sox

18. Ricky Nolasco
Position: SP
2013 Team: LA Dodgers
Age: 31
Overview: Nolasco is not far removed from being the highly coveted anchor for the Florida Marlins. After a couple of down season, Nolasco really bolstered his stock following a trade deadline move to the Dodgers. At 31 he should have several more solid years ahead of him and likely a number of interested teams.
Possible Teams: Dodgers, Phillies, Giants, Angels, Rockies

19. Jhonny Peralta
Position: SS
2013 Team: Detroit Tigers
Age: 32
Overview: Peralta is one of the better hitting shortstops in the game. He was suspended in 2013 for PED's but that shouldn't hurt his market too much in a weak SS free agent class.
Possible Teams: Cardinals, Yankees, Mets, Dodgers, Pirates

20. Bartolo Colon
Position: SP
2013 Team: Oakland A's
Age - 41
Overview: Colon seems to continue to reinvent himself with age as the 41-year old has been one of the more productive starters in the AL West the past two seasons. There are a lot of questions as to how much those numbers are impacted by PED's (Colon was suspended 50 games in 2013 for a failed test). Regardless, there is always a market for useful starting pitching.
Possible Teams: A's, Indians, Giants, Mets, Blue Jays

Door Open for BCS Hopefuls

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Door Open for BCS Hopefuls
By Wild on Sports Analyst Jason Gillson

The college football race to the BCS Championship took a major detour last night as #3 ranked Oregon saw their hopes at a trip to the National Championship game crushed for the second year in a row by #5 Stanford. Heisman hopeful Marcus Mariota was ineffective and his offense was completely shutout for the entire first half by an inspired Cardinal defense and relentless home crowd.

So what does this mean for the other teams in contention?

For starters, #1 Alabama controls their own destiny. Win out and they will have a chance at the prized three-peat and declaration by many as a true college football dynasty. Top to bottom they probably have the most talent in college football. They will surely pump out multiple first rounds yet again this season. That said, they don't have an easy road by any means as they face #13 LSU this week and #9 Auburn in the final week of the regular season. Win and your in, but they may have the toughest road of any of the contenders.

#2 Florida State had the most to gain from the Oregon loss. Oregon all but assuredly would have jumped them in the standings with a win over a top 5 opponent. Instead, the door is now wide open for FSU to roll to the Championship game. Their only game of interest left on the schedule is a final week match-up with an injury depleted Florida team. They now control their own destiny and appear at this point to be the biggest lock to go to the BCS title game.

Ohio State, also sitting there undefeated at 9-0 figures to jump up to #3 thanks to the Oregon loss. They have as strong a team as any but the schedule and lack of another Big 10 power house to help their resume will keep them on the outside looking in, baring an Alabama or FSU loss. They have three conference games left against Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. None of them really have the pzazz to garner a jump in the standings.

And then we have our dark horse candidate. In the other huge college football game on Thursday night #6 Baylor handled #10 Oklahoma with relative ease. Oklahoma was the start of a real juicy part of their schedule in terms of building a resume for a case for the National Title game. Next week they have a date with #25 Texas Tech followed by games with #14 Oklahoma State, TCU and Texas. All four of those teams are respectable opponents and running that schedule could cause them to jump up threatening Ohio State in the rankings, should both run the table. They would need some outside help at this point to make it to the big game but they play a really exciting brand of football, led by the #1 ranked offense in the country and could make a very strong case for inclusion should they take care of business.

Other undefeated teams on the outside looking in include Fresno State and Northern Illinois. Neither have a chance at the title game without an act of god, but both are deserving of note due to record.

It is going to be an exciting race to the finish. Who are your picks to face off in the BCS Championship game?

Thursday, November 7, 2013

NCAA Cash-In Thursday: Oregon at. Stanford

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NCAA Cash-In Thursday
#3 Oregon Ducks @ #5 Stanford Cardinal
Line: Oregon -10, O/U: 62

The Match-Up:

The premiere match-up of the week comes to Thursday night as the #3 ranked Oregon Ducks travel to Stanford to take on the #5 ranked Cardinal. Oregon enters the game as arguably the best team in the country at 8-0 and in the top tier in both total offense (55.6 ppg) and defense (16.9 allowed). They are led by Heisman front runner Marcus Mariota and an offense that has below every defense it has faced off the field. That offense has been so lethal in fact, that it has led the Ducks to covers in 7 of 8 games, all of which were well into double digits.

For Stanford the season has not been nearly as dominating despite a very strong 7-1 record. While they have played down to their opponents (as evident by the mere 4-4 record ATS) red shirt sophomore QB Kevin Hogan has proven that he shines in big games. He boasts a perfect 7-0 record in games against ranked teams.

Interesting Trends:

Oregon is 8-3 ATS in the last 11 meetings.
Stanford is 6-0 in their last 6 as a home underdog.
The total has gone OVER in 7 of the past 8 meetings.

The Verdict:

Based on the efforts in recent weeks, Stanford is lucky to only have one loss. Oregon, on the other had has been dominant in every game. We just know what is going to show up for the Ducks. Is the home crowd going to be enough to help the Cardinal keep the game close? We're going with what we know. This could be the defining moment on the Heisman resume for Mariota.


NCAA Cash-In Thursday: Baylor vs. Oklahoma

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NCAA Cash-In Thursday
#6 Baylor Bears vs. #10 Oklahoma Sooners
Line: Baylor -16.5, O/U: 73.5

The Match-Up

The first of many huge match-ups this week in college football gives us the undefeated 6th ranked Baylor Bears host the 10th ranked Oklahoma Sooners in a pivotal Big-12 showdown. The Bears boast the #1 ranked offense in football averaging 63.9 points per game. They have dismantled every opponent in their path thus far but they will face their first real test of the season this week in Oklahoma.

The Sooners aren't the same BCS powerhouse that they have been in past years but could hold the secret to at least slowing the high flying Baylor offense. The Oklahoma secondary, led by senior Aaron Colvin is as formidable as any that the Bears will face all season. The Sooners have given up just 18.8 points per game, good for 2nd in the conference (behind #1 Baylor).

Interesting Trends:

Oklahoma has won 15 of the last 16 match-up vs. Baylor.
Oklahoma has been a double digit dog just one other time in the last 15 seasons.
Baylor is 6-1 ATS this season and 13-3 ATS vs. Big 12 opponents in the last 16 games.

The Verdict:

Baylor needs the game for its BCS hopes but the Sooners are no slouch. Sure they aren't the team that has contended for championships in the past but Bob Stoops knows how to prepare his team for big games. Also of note, the Sooners knocked off the Bears 43-34 last season. It is going to be strength vs strength as the #1 offense in the country takes on the #9 ranked pass defense. I think the Sooners keep this one close but eventually give way to a Sooners win. Given that logic, we like two plays in this one.

The Pick: Oklahoma +16.5 & Under 73.5

NFL Fanduel Week 10 Players to Start

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NFL Fanduel Week 10 Players to Start

Each week we give you a stud and a bargain at each position to help you win your Fanduel match-ups. Lets take a look at some of the players you should be starting this week...

QB - Drew Brees - NO vs. DAL -- $10,200
Brees and the Saints were embarrassed by the New York Jets defense last week. That won't happen this week as the Saint go up against one of the worst pass defenses in football. Expect Brees to bunch back in grand fashion in a game that has shootout potential.
QB - Eli Manning - NYG vs. OAK -- $6,400
Anyone see what Nick Foles did to the Oakland defense last week? NICK FOLES!
RB - Eddie Lacy - GB vs. PHI -- $6,800
I know, I'm starting to sound like a broken record here but Lacy at $6,800 each week is a steal. Now with Aaron Rodgers out for 4-6 weeks the work load will fall even heavier on Lacy's shoulders. If you aren't starting him every week at this price you aren't getting enough value out of the RB position.
RB - Lamar Miller - MIA vs. TB -- $5,900
We're saving you a little money with our RB picks this week. Miller is coming off a strong game last week against a far better defense in Cincinnati than he will be facing this week in Tampa Bay. While owners still have Daniel Thomas to worry about in the Dolphins backfield, Miller has amassed 34 carries over the past two weeks. The Miami offensive line will be playing with a chip on it's shoulder following all the controversy this week. We're rolling the dice with Miller to have a big game for us.
WR - Victor Cruz - NYG vs. OAK - $7,000
We are using a little conventional logic here this week. Both our WR picks figure to be the top WR targets for our two QB picks. That leads us to Victor Cruz as our high price pick this week. He hasn't had a TD in a few weeks but he is a guy to tends to catch them in bunches. Anyone see Riley Cooper against the Oakland D last week?
WR - Lance Moore - NO vs. DAL -- $4,900
With Marqes Colston hobbled and possibly out Moore will be a valuable weapon for Drew Brees against the league's 31st ranked pass defense.
TE - Charles Clay - MIA vs. TB -- $4,700
He is one of Tannehill's favorite red-zone options. Assuming the Dolphins put up some points this week, Clay could be in line to be one of the better values of the week. They have also used him in some short yardage rushing situations in recent week. Every touch helps.
K - David Akers - DET vs. CHI -- $5,000
Best of the 5k options this week. I'm not quite sure what to make of a injury depleted Chicago defense at this point. Calvin Johnson and Matthew Stafford have been clicking lately and that should open the door for points one way or another.
DEF - Buffalo Bills - vs. PIT -- $5,000
Not a lot of desirable options at $5,000 this week but we feel Buffalo is at the top of a short list. Pittsburgh looked defeated last week against New England. They are a team designed to run the ball that has completely lost their identity. If they do in fact decide to go that route, they will be running against a Bills defense that held arguably the best RB in football under 100 total yards last week.

NFL Week 10 Power Rankings

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NFL Week 10 Power Rankings

They survived another week, albeit by the skin of their teeth, but the Kansas City Chiefs remain undefeated and retain the #1 seed in our NFL Power Rankings. I think at this point, few people truly believe that they are the best team in football, but at the end of the day they are headed into their bye week as the only team 9-0. Nipping at their heals are the Seattle Seahawks who survived a bit of a scare themselves before waking up in the second half and over coming a 21 point deficit. Coming off their bye week the Denver Broncos jump up one spot to #3. They are only a week away from a date with the undefeated Chiefs. The San Francisco 49ers come in at #4 this week. They seem to have right the rocking ship early in the season and the news only gets better; star wide-out Michael Crabtree has been cleared to resume practicing. Round out the top 5 we have the New England Patriots. Tom Brady's squad made a big statement last week hanging 50 on their rivals in Pittsburgh.

Big Riser of the Week -- Cleveland Browns - Yes you read that correctly, the Cleveland Browns jump up 9 spot this week. They are in second place in the division and while they are two games behind the Bengals for the division crown, they are certainly in the thick of things for the 2nd wild card spot.

Where does your team rank this week?

Last Week
1 Kansas City Chiefs 1
2 Seattle Seahawks 2
3 Denver Broncos 4
4 San Francisco 49ers 5
5 New England Patriots 8
6 Indianapolis Colts 7
7 New Orleans Saints 3
8 Cincinnati Bengals 6
9 Detroit Lions 10
10 Dallas Cowboys 11
11 Carolina Panthers 13
12 Chicago Bears 12
13 Green Bay Packers 9
14 New York Jets 17
15 Arizona Cardinals 16
16 Tennessee Titans 18
17 San Diego Chargers 14
18 Cleveland Browns 27
19 Baltimore Ravens 15
20 Houston Texans 19
21 Philadelphia Eagles 20
22 Washington Redskins 26
23 Miami Dolphins 28
24 St. Louis Rams 21
25 Buffalo Bills 22
26 New York Giants 23
27 Oakland Raiders 24
28 Atlanta Falcons 25
29 Pittsburgh Steelers 29
30 Minnesota Vikings 30
31 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31
32 Jacksonville Jaguars 32

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

NHL Power Rankings - November 6th

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NHL Power Rankings
November 6, 2013

We have a new #1! For the first time in weeks the San Jose Sharks have fallen from their perch atop the Power Rankings to the #2 spot this week. The new #1? Those same Colorado Avalanche who topped the rankings some four weeks ago. The turnaround has been remarkable under new coach Patrick Roy. Last year's Western Conference laughing stock have gone from worst to first and the #1 ranking. At #3 this week are the Anaheim Ducks. Last year's Cinderella story seems to be finding ways to get the job done yet again. The Pittsburgh Penguins make a move back into the top five this week jumping up 2 places to #4. A shutout from a backup rookie goaltender is the latest of four straight wins. This week's biggest raisers are the Phoenix Coyotes making their first appearance in the top five this week, just one week removed from their debut in the top 10.

Where does your team rank?

Last Week
1 Colorado Avalanche 2
2 San Jose Sharks 1
3 Anaheim Ducks 5
4 Pittsburgh Penguins 6
5 Phoenix Coyotes 10
6 Chicago Blackhawks 7
7 St. Louis Blues 4
8 Boston Bruins 3
9 Tampa Bay Lightning 12
10 Vancouver Canucks 11
11 Toronto Maple Leafs 8
12 Detroit Red Wings 15
13 Los Angeles Kings 9
14 Minnesota Wild 13
15 Montreal Canedians 14
16 New York Islanders 17
17 Washington Capitals 22
18 New York Rangers 27
19 Nashville Predators 19
20 Dallas Stars 24
21 Ottawa Senators 21
22 Calgary Flames 20
23 Columbus Blue Jackets 16
24 Carolina Hurricanes 18
25 Winnipeg Jets 23
26 Philadelphia Flyers 25
27 New Jersey Devils 26
28 Florida Panthers 29
29 Edmonton Oilers 28
30 Buffalo Sabers 30

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