1 Chicago Blackhawks
The Chicago Blackhawks were the kings of the ice in 2010. Their season was a storied journey that culminated in lifting the Stanley Cup. The team, led by Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, showcased dynamic and aggressive play that left fans and foes alike in awe.
I don't get why the Canucks are above the 'Hawks. Who won the 2010 Stanley Cup? The Blackhawks did, not the Canucks.
The chicago blackhawks won
cup so the blackhawks should be in top spot. But guess what the canucks did not win the cup the canucks sucked in 2010. The blackhawk players were so good. I'm a canucks fan.
If chicago should be #1 because they won you might as well just go look at the results of the cup in 2010.
2 Vancouver Canucks
The Vancouver Canucks lit up the 2010 season like a firework, boasting an exceptional regular season record and clinching the Northwest Division title. With the Sedin twins in prime form, Vancouver was a force to be reckoned with, their offensive prowess matched only by their tenacity in defense.
Canucks rule they own the blackhawks they are in the stanley cup final. Come on Blackhawks always lose to canucks.
They would have won a cup if not fore that RAT!
Canucks did the best against Chicago!
3 Philadelphia Flyers
The Philadelphia Flyers' 2010 season was an underdog tale for the ages. Their miraculous playoff run, which included an epic comeback from a 3-0 series deficit against the Boston Bruins, saw them fight all the way to the Stanley Cup Final, showcasing the team's true grit and resilience.
4 Pittsburgh Penguins
In the case of the Pittsburgh Penguins, the spotlight was on their superstar, Sidney Crosby. Sid the Kid led the Penguins with an iron will, racking up points and thrilling fans with his incredible skill and leadership. Despite a rough patch in the playoffs, their regular-season performance was nothing short of impressive.
Ughhem... I made up my own rap song, and here are the lyrics:
Sidney Crosby is the best, and he should have won the MVP!
Malkin is so awesome, he's number three on my list, you see!
Talbot, Kennedy, Letang, and now Kovalev!
We are the best of the best... Hooray!
The Canadiens beat us, but only because they cheated.
We would have won the Stanley Cup, and our fans would have been undefeated... Hooray!
Pittsburgh Penguins, Hooray!
Pittsburgh is the greatest team of this era... Small market, big names, a storybook history, and a class act.
Sidney Crosby is my favorite player.
5 Montreal Canadiens
The Montreal Canadiens' season was marked by thrilling victories and heart-stopping playoff moments. Goaltender Jaroslav Halak became the talk of the town, putting on a goaltending clinic that powered the Habs into the Conference Finals, much to the delight of their die-hard fans.
Montreal has won 24 cups
Montreal has won 52 cups
6 Detroit Red Wings
The Detroit Red Wings had a strong showing in 2010. Their season was marked by veteran leadership and consistent play, earning them a playoff berth for the 19th consecutive year. Despite facing injury hurdles, the Wings demonstrated why they are always a force to be reckoned with in the NHL.
I hate the penguins but I am shocked they are not #1. I don't mind the Red Wings though.
7 Washington Capitals
The Washington Capitals had a standout season, capturing the President's Trophy with the best regular-season record. Led by Alexander Ovechkin, the Capitals' high-octane offense was a joy to watch, though their postseason run was cut short, leaving fans eager for more.
8 San Jose Sharks
The San Jose Sharks made waves in the 2010 season, clinching the Pacific Division title with an excellent performance. Their postseason run was also significant, reaching the Conference Finals for the first time in years, proving their worth in the highly competitive Western Conference.
The best first line in the league with a great goalie.
9 Boston Bruins
The Boston Bruins had a roller-coaster 2010 season. It was a year of highs and lows, marked by a strong regular-season finish but a heartbreaking playoff loss to Philadelphia. Despite this, the Bruins showcased their depth and resilience, setting the stage for future success.
10 New Jersey Devils
The New Jersey Devils' season was defined by a stalwart defense and the legendary goaltending of Martin Brodeur. The Devils, known for their disciplined play, notched up another Atlantic Division title, reinforcing their status as a consistently formidable team.
I love these guys! Parise, Elias, Brodeur, White, Greene, oh I almost forgot Kovalchuk, are plain awesome! Oh by the way that person that said that the Devils have never won a Stanley Cup isn't a true fan. We won 3 times!
They've never won a Stanley Cup and I think they can do it.
The devils won the cup! My dad was in Detroit for the finals and the devil sweeped them!
11 Ottawa Senators
The Ottawa Senators' 2010 season was a study in determination. After a solid start, they secured a playoff berth but faced an uphill battle against the dominant Pittsburgh Penguins. Their standout moment was undoubtedly their resilience in the face of adversity.
Very good team. I'm from Ottawa and most people hate the Montreal Canadians. Bet you next season that sens will make the play-offs and Montreal is still going to be dead-last in the eastern conference!
Go Sens Go! The senators are still a team that make the playoffs often enough and I think they can grab a twelf Stanley Cup. The Rangers beat them this year although.
Erik Karlsson rocks! Daniel Alfredsson is a good captain and Jason spezza is good at making goals! Go sens Go!
12 Phoenix Coyotes
The Phoenix Coyotes turned heads in the 2010 season. They shattered their franchise record for wins in a single season and reached the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Their most memorable feature was the team's commitment to strong defensive play.
13 Calgary Flames
For the Calgary Flames, 2010 was a challenging year. Despite some individual brilliance from star players like Jarome Iginla, the Flames couldn't secure a playoff spot. However, their never-say-die spirit in the face of setbacks left a lasting impression.
Brett Hull was a good player than the Flames traded him when he was just starting to get great. Worst mistake in Flames history. Also go Oilers. Go Gretzky. Oilers Flames one of the biggest rivals in hockey. I am sick and tired of teams going to the damn desert all the time. Why did classic Winnipeg jets move to Phoenix? Why did the north stars move to Dallas? Just happy Winnipeg and Minnesota have their teams back.
14 Edmonton Oilers
The Edmonton Oilers had a rough go of it in 2010, finishing at the bottom of the league. However, their season was not without its silver linings as they secured the first overall draft pick, thus paving the way for future success.
15 Toronto Maple Leafs
The Toronto Maple Leafs' 2010 season was one of growth and development. Their young team showed flashes of brilliance, with Phil Kessel leading the charge. Despite missing the playoffs, their foundation for future success was firmly laid.
16 St Louis Blues
The St Louis Blues had a respectable 2010 season, marked by the rise of young talents like David Backes. Although they missed the playoffs by a narrow margin, their youthful roster provided plenty of excitement and promise for the seasons ahead.
17 Winnipeg Jets
The 2010 season saw the Atlanta Thrashers, who would later become the Winnipeg Jets, fight tooth and nail in each game. Led by Andrew Ladd, the team showcased some gritty performances, though they fell short of making the playoffs.
18 Florida Panthers
In Florida, the Panthers' 2010 season was marked by a continued rebuilding phase. Despite some standout performances from players like Stephen Weiss, the team struggled to find consistent success. Their perseverance, however, was commendable.
Who the hell put this here they suck!
19 Dallas Stars
The Dallas Stars' season in 2010 was full of ups and downs. Their potent offense, led by Brad Richards, kept fans on the edge of their seats. Although they missed the playoffs, their fighting spirit remained undiminished.
20 Tampa Bay Lightning
For the Tampa Bay Lightning, 2010 was a standout year. Led by the scoring prowess of Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis, the Lightning returned to the playoffs after a three-year absence. Their season was a thrilling mix of high-scoring games and come-from-behind wins.
21 Los Angeles Kings
The Los Angeles Kings' 2010 season saw them return to the playoffs after a long drought. With Anze Kopitar and Drew Doughty leading the charge, the Kings played some exciting hockey, giving fans a taste of the success to come in the following years.