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Weekly power rankings are out, the New York Rangers are bad boys and more on the Voynov case.

Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports

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ConferenceIII News:

The Winnipeg Jets are up to 24 in Scott Cullen's power rankings. (TSN.ca)

Thomas Drance ranks them 28, but throws some love out to Dustin Byfuglien's hitting abilities. (TheScore)

NHL News:

Olli Maatta is having a tumour removed next week and it is probably cancerous. A full recovery is expected within four weeks and Maatta is handling the news great. (Sporting News)

Bob McKenzie explains how the Buffalo Sabres number one strategy with young players seems to be to mishandle them, not play them at the appropriate level. (TSN.ca)

Chris Kreider was a very bad boy against the Minnesota Wild last night, hitting Jonas Brodin from behind. (TheScore)

John Moore showed he learned nothing from his last suspension and tried the same play again, to the same result. (TheScore)

Rhys Jessop shows that Henrik Sedin is really important to the Vancouver Canucks. (Canucks Army)

Katie Strang on how it doesn't matter what Slava Voynov's wife wants, the state can charge him as they see fit. (ESPN)

John Scott was suspended for ignoring the puck and making a beeline from the bench to a fight. (Sporting News)

Becca H on how hockey media is the worst at treating players well. *Glares at Glenn Healy* (Jasper's Rink)

Katie Flynn on how when life hands us tragedy, we turn to sport. (Pension Plan Puppets)

Semyon Varlamov is being sued for domestic violence. (PuckDaddy)

DragLikePull on how repeatable one goal victories are. (Pension Plan Puppets)

Amalie Benjamin went down to Tampa Bay to visit the arena she shares a name with. (Boston Globe)