NHL Roundup (10.8.13)

Well folks, it’s been a week since the 2013-14 NHL season started and what better time to kick off this year’s edition of the Otter Limits NHL Roundup?

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlantic Division

Maple Leafs
Bruins
Red Wings
Senators
Canadiens
Panthers
Lightning
Sabres

Metropolitan Division

Penguins
Hurricanes
Islanders
Rangers
Blue Jackets
Capitals
Devils
Flyers

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Central Division

Blues
Avalanche
Jets
Blackhawks
Stars
Wild
Predators

Pacific Division

Sharks
Canucks
Mighty Ducks
Flames
Coyotes
Kings
Oilers

STATS

Points Leaders

Ovechkin (Washington) – 6
Grabovski (Washington) – 5
Eller (Montreal) – 5
Sedin (Vancouver) – 5

Goals Leaders

Ovechkin (Washington) – 4
Grabovski (Washington) – 3
Eller (Montreal) – 3
Brunner (New Jersey) – 3
Vrbata (Phoenix) – 3

Assists Leaders

Sedin (Vancouver) – 5
Green (Washington) – 4
Enstrom (Winnipeg) – 4
Byfuglien (Wiinnipeg) – 4
Johansson (Washington) – 4
Galchenyuk (Montreal) – 4

Goalie Leaders – Saves Percentage

Fleury (Pittsburgh) – .979
Benier (Toronto) – .979
Varlamov (Colorado) – .968

Goalie Leaders – Wins

Pavalec (Winnipeg) – 2
Howard (Detroit) – 2
Varlamov (Colorado) – 2
Rask (Boston) – 2
Fleury (Pittsburgh) – 2
Halak (St Louis) – 2
Bernier (Toronto) – 2
Niemi (San Jose) – 2

NHL ESPN POWER RANKINGS (Top 13)

  1. Boston Bruins
  2. Chicago Blackhawks
  3. Pittsburgh Penguins
  4. Toronto Maple Leafs
  5. St Louis Blues
  6. San Jose Sharks
  7. Colorado Avalanche
  8. Ottawa Senators
  9. Detroit Red Wings
  10. Carolina Hurricanes
  11. New York Islanders
  12. Anaheim Ducks
  13. Vancouver Canucks
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