EP Rinkside February CHL power rankings

The CHL regular seasons are winding down, but the games are only intensifying. 

There's a new No. 1 in the CHL power rankings: The Saskatoon Blades. But the London Knights only finished one point back, and the Baie-Comeau Drakkar and Saginaw Spirit weren't too off, either. 

In this edition, we'll talk about the Blades, the most impactful trade deadline acquisition, the surging Sudbury Wolves and Moose Jaw Warriors, and some of the playoff battles we're most looking forward to. 

Here's where things stand halfway through February: 

In OHL: 

Out east: 

Out west: 

Across the CHL:

There's a new No. 1: the Saskatoon Blades. Let's give them their flowers. How did they end up in this position, and what have we seen over the last month to justify this ranking?

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