The St. Cedi Osman Jersey . Louis Blues return to top spot in the TSN.ca NHL Power Rankings, ahead of the Pittsburgh Penguins and, last weeks No. 1, Anaheim Ducks. Part of the reason for the Blues consistently strong play this season has been the emergence of second-year offensive performers Vladimir Tarasenko, who has 17 points in the past 17 games, and Jaden Schwartz, who is fifth on the team with 37 points. The Montreal Canadiens are among the teams moving up through a crowded middle portion of the rankings, going 2-1-1 last week and moving from 17 to 13. One regulation loss in the past six games helps the Dallas Stars go from 19 to 15 and the Philadelphia Flyers are up from 24 to 20. A 9-1-1 record over the past 11 games has brought the Toronto Maple Leafs to their second-highest ranking since mid-November, going from 22 to 17. Getting goaltender Cam Ward back from injury doesnt immediately help the Carolina Hurricanes, who drop from 11 to 16, and the slumping Vancouver Canucks slide from 14 to 19. Injuries are keeping the Detroit Red Wings down. WIth one regulation win in the past 10, the Wings have sunk from 18 to 25. As I noted last week, there is a relatively tight squeeze in the 18-25 range. Among the rest of the Canadian clubs, the surging Winnipeg Jets are up from 15 to 12, despite losing Evander Kane to injury, while the Ottawa Senators are down two spots to 22. Winners of five straight, the Calgary Flames gained a couple of spot, to 27, overtaking the Edmonton Oilers, who had won three of four. Scott Cullen can be reached at Scott.Cullen@bellmedia.ca and followed on Twitter at http://twitter.com/tsnscottcullen. For more, check out TSN Fantasy on Facebook. 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"I think he (Luck) did a good job, I dont really know what his numbers were, but from what I saw, he did a great job of moving around the pocket, but the defence really stepped up and made a play when it counted." Tannehill was just better Sunday. It was a stark contrast from a year ago, when the two first-round draft picks met as rookies. Luck stole the show that day by throwing for an NFL rookie record 433 yards and two scores as he delivered a three-point win. In Sundays meeting, with a chance to show everyone how much he and the Dolphins (2-0) had progressed, Tannehill was the winner. While the two quarterbacks finished with similar numbers -- Tannehill was 23 of 34 for 319 yards and one touchdown, while Luck was 25 of 43 for 321 yards and one TD -- the difference came down to managing mistakes. Tannehill lost a third down fumble at his 39 in the third quarter, but all the Colts could get was a go-ahead field goal. Luck, however, stopped one fourth-quarter scoring chance by forcing a deep throw to Reggie Wayne that was picked off by Brent Grimes in the end zone. Luck had a chance to make amends after driving the Colts (1-1) to the Miami 23-yard line with 1:45 left in the game. Miami, however, forced three straight incompletions and refused to allow the suddenly elusive Luck to escape the pass rush on fourth down. All Tannehill had to do then was pick up one first down, kneel down once and shake hands with the guy hes been following since they were Texas high school stars. Luck, who has engineered eight fourth-quarter comebacks in 18 games, blamed himself for the loss. "I guess Im a little angry at myself," Luck said. "Again, credit to them, they put us in all these situations, but I feel like we are a better team than what we showwed out there. Kyrie Irving Jersey. " The Dolphins, meanwhile, couldnt have been happier. They started fast, jumping to a 14-3 lead after two possessions, rallied twice and shut down the Colts when they needed, too. High-priced free-agent Mike Wallace was a little happier with his performance Sunday, finishing with nine receptions for 115 yards and one touchdown a week after making only one catch in his Miami debut. Lamar Miller averaged nearly 5 yards per carry, running 14 times for 69 yards and a touchdown. Charles Clay had five catches for 109 yards and only one carry -- a 1-yard TD run with 4:40 left in the third quarter, which turned out to be the games decisive score and stood up to a replay review. That, and a staunch defence late was enough for the Dolphins to hold on. "You have to be balanced to win football games. You cant really win a football game by just throwing the whole game," Wallace said. "You have to mix it up." The Dolphins didnt shy away from trading jabs, especially after Indy piled up 315 yards of offence in the first half, their highest first-half total in seven years. The Colts finished with 438 yards, but couldnt put Miami away after taking a 17-14 lead in the first half and a 20-17 lead early in the third quarter after Tannehills fumble. But Miami made all the big plays after that -- the 34-yard completion from Tannehill to Wallace that set up Clays rushing score, the third down conversions to keep Luck & Co. off the field and the two big fourth-quarter stops. "Our guys wanted to play them, we wanted to compete," Miami coach Joe Philbin said. "They were ready for a 60-minute game and we knew we would have to make some plays to win." Notes: Indy lost left guard Donald Thomas in the first quarter with a torn quad tendon that is likely to end his season. The Colts also played the second half without Darius Heyward-Bey, who injured his ribs. ... 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