Hockey Prospectus releases the latest update in their player power rankings, with Buffalo Sabres forward Thomas Vanek rising to claim the No. 1 spot among skaters. Meanwhile, just when he was counted out, Roberto Luongo cracks the Top 5 goalies.
Tom Awad's Player Power Rankings -- an individualized look off the team Power Rankings -- has Sidney Crosby atop the skaters list and Tim Thomas atop the goalies list as of Jan. 24, 2011, with Steven Stamkos and Jonas Hiller right behind them.
Hockey Prospectus made a change to its Player Power Rankings this week -- now the rankings have the top 10 skaters and the top five goalies on separate lists. On the skaters' side, beware the Canucks: Three of their own are occupying top slots.
Here we go again: the 2010-11 Player Power Rankings, based on Puck Prospectus' GVT metric. For the first edition, two very familiar names are at the top -- Alex Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby. Anyone else counting the days until January 1?
Tom Awad of Puck Prospectus follows up with something he's been doing all year -- Player Power Rankings, or PPR -- for the second round of the playoffs. Somewhat unsurprisingly, Jaroslav Halak remains No. 1 among all players.
Tom Awad of Puck Prospectus follows up with something he's been doing all year -- Player Power Rankings, or PPR -- for the first round of the playoffs. Somewhat unsurprisingly, Jaroslav Halak was No. 1 among all players in the eight matchups.