As the ice rink gets built at Fenway, take a look at how we have constructed this week’s WEEI power rankings:
5. (6 ) 22-11-3 Much hoopla in LA this week about the now-ready-for-prime-time Kings holding the top spot in the Western Conference and playing for the “best record” in the league Monday. Hey, things are good, but let’s check the games played column before we get too carried away, Hollywood.
6. (10) 20-9-2 Four wins in a row for the Sabres. Derek Roy  has four points (1 goal, 3 assists) to pace effort and lead team in scoring.
8. (7) 19-10-4 A dip for the Flames, who are just 2-4-1 in last seven. Jarome Iginla  has no goals and just three assists over that stretch.
10. (8) 19-12-2 The Coyotes opened a four-game road trip with a loss in Detroit Monday. Big question is will Ilya Bryzgalov  (13 straight starts) finally get a night off with back-to-back games Wednesday and Thursday.
11. (11) 20-11-3 The loss of combative and competitive forward Jordin Toottoo  for 3-4 weeks will present a test for the Predators.
12. (9) 16-10-6 After dropping back-to-back games to teams near the bottom of the Eastern Conference, the Bruins face a formidable challenge skating against one of the best in the West in Chicago Friday. Gut check time.
13. (16) 17-11-5 The Red Wings have won 3-of-4 and are getting in gear. But the loss of defenseman Jonathan Ericsson  in Monday’s win over the Coyotes could limit their climb.
14. (14) 14-8-10 James Neal  has three goals and two assists in the last five games for the Stars. He has 14 on the season and should surpass the 24 goals he notched as a rookie last season.
18. (15) 16-12-4 Treading water in their last five (3-2), the Sens get four points by captain Daniel Alfredsson .
20. (21) 14-14-6 Rick Nash  has just three goals in the last 10 games and the Blue Jackets have just two wins (2-5-3). Enough said.
21. (19) 14-12-5 The Blues passed a big test with a win against Calgary  Tuesday.
23. (28) 13-14-7 A win in New Jersey, a one-goal loss in Pittsburgh and a 7-1 drubbing of the Islanders. Sounds like the Panthers are better suited to roll among the top 10 than the bottom of the rankings.
24. (27) 12-13-7 Welcome back, fan-friendly owner Henry Samueli. That Corey Perry  guy (37 points in 32 games) has been earning every penny you pay him while you were gone.
25. (26) 15-16-1 Even after their nose dive and subsequent firing of John Stevens, the Flyers remain about a .500 team. Their 3-1 win over the B’s Monday could be a sign of a scary ascent in the works.
30. (30) 7-19-6 Anyone think recently waived defenseman Aaron Ward  would be a nice addition to the Bruins? Just saying.