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1. Colorado Avalanche (10-1-0, 20 points) Last Week: 4 It’s finally time to give the Colorado Avalanche their due. The goaltending duo of Semyon Varlamov and Jean-Sebastien Giguere have put up a combined 1.46 goals against average and .955 save percentage, both tops in the league. Combine that stout netminding to an offense that is producing 3.18 goals per game (6th best in the NHL) and you get the best record in the league. The only real drawback to their fantastic start is that they are giving up more shots than they themselves are putting on net, which advanced stats enthusiasts would call a bad sign when it comes to sustainable success. 2. San Jose Sharks (10-1-1, 21 points) Last Week: 1 Good news NHL, we’ve found San Jose’s kryptonite! All you need is one of the best goalies in the league to have one of the best performances of the year and you are all set to take down the mighty Sharks! Thanks Tuukka Rask and Boston for that enlightening information. Seriously, that might be o...
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