The Ducks, Blues, Blackhawks, Penguins and Avalanche move into our Top-Five NHL Teams at the Sochi Olympics break.

1. Ducks – Team regains their scoring touch at the break.
2. Blues – The club is 15-0-1 against the Central.
3. Blackhawks – Leads the NHL with 207 goals.
4. Penguins – Win two of three before the break, but lose Kris Letang for six weeks.
5. Avalanche – Sputtering a bit on offense just before the break.
6. Sharks – They find just enough energy for most games.
7. Bruins – Finished strong before the break with an 8-1-2 record.
8. Lightning- Ondrej Palat was “Rookie of the Month” for January.
9. Canadiens – Scored wins over the Flames, Canucks and Canes before the break.
10. Maple Leafs – Head into the break on a high note.
11. Wild – Home win streak reaches five.
12. Kings – Overtime win over Blue Jackets.
13. Rangers – Win at Pittsburg gives the team a good closing note before the break.
14. Flyers – Recent win streak improves their post-season chances.
15. Red Wings – Won two of last three games.
16. Senators – Were routed by the Bruins in their last game.
17. Capitals – Alex Ovechkin has 40 goals.
18. Blue Jackets - Win against Ducks, then losses to Kings and Sharks.
19. Stars – Have moved into playoff mix.
20. Coyotes – Lost twice to Stars in four days.
21. Canucks – Losing streak reaches seven games.
22. Hurricanes – Jeff Skinner is a positive for the Canes.
23. Devils – Jaromir Jagr has been their most consistent player.
24. Jets – 9-3-0 since Paul Maurice took over.
25. Predators – The team is slumping, giving up 12 goals in last three games.
26. Flames – Reto Berra playing well in goal.
27. Islanders – Offensive problems continue.
28. Panthers - Outscored 8-2 over last two games.
29. Oilers – Showing some improvement, but still 20-33-6.
30. Sabres – They can’t catch a break, home or away.