We're trying out a new feature here at DBD: Power Ranking Roundup. It's a totally original idea that isn't being done anywhere else. #sarcasm
Some places do their power rankings on Mondays. Some on Tuesdays. Some still haven't done them yet... After an ugly loss to the Avalanche on Saturday night following a three game win streak, the Dallas Stars numbers are all over the place once again, ranging from 6th to 18th.
Next weeks perceptions will be based entirely on a back to back set on late night television against two division teams playing extremely well. I fear it.
Previously: Apparently there's going to be one snide "Lehtonen won't stay healthy forever!" comment per week. Update: No one said it this week!
|Site||This Week||Last Week||What They're Saying|
||The precipitous drop at CBS continues down to number 18. They like Lou Eriksson's production though.
The Stars 3 game win streak helped perceptions at the Dispatch quite a bit.
||15||They move up here as well, slightly. They mention highly ranked offense and Kari Lehtonens continued good health.
||They mention Loui Eriksson as well. Mr. Eriksson is quite the popular guy these days with his hot goal scoring pace.
||Mike Ribeiro's goalless drought is the subject here. Poor Ribs.
||10||Not available yet. I think I voted them 9th or so in the West, if you want to know.|
||Here is their confusing comment "After a solid start when there were no real expectations of grandeur, the Stars are 5-5 in their last 10 outings."|
||Sixth last week and this week? They're sticking with this?
||The good folks at TSN ask a good quesiton in a weird place here... Why can't Jamie Benn play more than 15 minutes a game?
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