For the second straight week, the Canadiens own the top spot in our Week 4 NHL Power Rankings even though Carey Price (lower-body injury) will miss the next week.
Tanner Kero’s professional hockey career couldn’t have gotten off to a much better start.
The Canadiens hold this week's No. 1 spot, and aim to make history after starting the season 9-0.
The Central Division was the best in the league last season, and they're quickly making a case that they are again this year in our latest NHL Power Rankings.
The standings almost always look upside down after the first week, so we'll try not to overreact.