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Updated: January 20, 2014



In this week's TFP Power Rankings, presented by True Rivalry, the Anaheim Ducks remain in top spot, the Colorado Avalanche has climbed into the Top 5, and the Minnesota Wild has pushed the Montreal Canadiens out of the Top 10.

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1 1 The Ducks continue to dominate, and losing to Chicago recently probably just ticked them off.
2 4 Pittsburgh has been flying, and the play of Marc-Andre Fleury between the pipes is nothing short of stellar.
3 3 The defending champs continue to dominate and Duncan Keith is itching to get his hands on another trophy.
4 2 Does this team really need a change in goal?
5 9 Eight wins in their last 10 games and the Avs aren't stopping.
6 5 Losing Logan Couture hasn't been that big of a blow for San Jose, who continue to perform well in the West.
7 8 The return of Jonathan Quick between the pipes has given the Kings a little boost of confidence.
8 7 Reilly Smith continues to amaze, scoring at almost a point-per-game pace.
9 6 Marty mad. Marty score. You won't like Marty when he's angry.
10 16 All it took was an injury to their captain to get the Wild rolling on all cylinders.
11 10 Are the Habs starting to come back down to earth, or have they hit a little funk?
12 21 Finally, things are starting to get going in Manhattan.
13 19 All of a sudden, things are clicking again for the Maple Leafs.
14 23 Similar to the end of last season, the Blue Jackets are getting hot. Only this time, they've got more time.
15 12 The Coyotes would like to add a little extra fire power up front, but the team continues its push for the playoffs.
16 11 Will Saturday night's festivities keep the Canucks on track without their coach for the next two weeks?
17 20 It doesn't look like the Flyers have to worry about their goaltending situation for some time.
18 13 Just imagine how well this team could perform with a healthy roster.
19 15 Ottawa's second line of Bobby Ryan, Kyle Turris and Clarke MacArthur is a combined +38. Not bad.
20 17 At some point, Capitals GM George McPhee is going to make a move to help his team.
21 14 Carolina's in a tough spot. They are willing to make moves, but they won't jeopardize their playoff chances.
22 22 The Jets have looked good under Paul Maurice, but you just know more changes are coming in Winnipeg.
23 24 New Jersey is still in the playoff hunt, but they need guys like Travis Zajac and Adam Henrique to do more.
24 18 It's pretty simple... Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn can't do it all on their own.
25 25 It's only a matter of time before the 'For Sale' sign goes up in Nashville.
26 27 John Tavares is leading the charge, but time might be running out for the Islanders this season.
27 26 GM Dale Tallon keeps trying to swing a deal, which might be all of the excitement on the season in Florida.
28 30 With Matt Stajan locked up, it's time for the Flames to start getting serious about moving some pieces.
29 29 New GM Tim Murray has plenty of work to do, starting with guys like Ryan Miller, Matt Moulson & Steve Ott.
30 28 The made a change in goal, now it's time to make a bold move up front.

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