NHL Power Rankings: 2017-18 Consensus Week 6

NHL Power Rankings: 2017-18 Consensus Week 6

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NHL power rankings week six

The Tampa Bay Lightning swept the top spot in all eight media outlets NHL power rankings for week six of the 2017-18 season.

The St. Louis Blues received seven of eight second-place rankings and sit at No. 2.

The Toronto Maple Leafs jump from No. 11 to No. 3 despite not having Auston Matthews in their lineup.

The Nashville Predators move into the top five and sit No. 4

The Los Angeles Kings drop two spots to No. 5.

The Arizona Coyotes once again swept all eight, 31st spot rankings.

The Buffalo Sabres and Florida Panthers swap No. 30 and No. 29 positions.

The Boston Bruins continue to have injury issues and fall down to No. 28 from No. 21.

The Colorado Avalanche round out the bottom five.

** We used eight sources this week so we were able to drop the highest and lowest ranking from each team, then used six rankings to come up with our consensus.

RKTeamPVSESPN
Nov. 16
Sporting
News

Nov. 16
Sports
Net

Nov. 15
THN
Nov. 15
TSN
Nov. 14
USA
Today

NBC
Sports

Nov. 13
NBC
Sports
WSH

Nov. 13
  
1T1
2T1
3T11
47
53
66
7T4
88
915
1013
11T4
1216
139
1419
15T11
1610
1717
1826
1918
2014
2120
22T24
2323
2428
2522
2627
27T24
2821
2930
3029
3131
RKTeamPVSESPN
Nov. 16
Sporting
News

Nov. 16
Sports
Net

Nov. 15
THN
Nov. 15
TSN
Nov. 14
USA
Today

NBC
Sports

Nov. 13
NBC
Sports
WSH

Nov. 13

We’ve taken power rankings from eight media outlets this week. To get our consensus NHL Power Rankings point totals, we awarded the top team 31 points, the second team 30 points, third team 29 points, etc.

** Keep in mind the dates the rankings were posted, and in some cases, they may have been submitted to their editors the day before it was published. Different outlets use different factors in determining their rankings. **