SPHL Power Rankings

Biggest Movers
Week 17
2Ice Flyers
2Rivermen
RK
Team
Our Two Cents
CHG
1
Despite the loss of Nutkevitch to IR and Daniels to the ECHL, the Havoc are still on pace to beat Peoria’s 83-point record total from last season.
2
Tayler Thompson is the SPHL’s new scoring leader and Bonar is beginning to look like an MVP front-runner. Still openings on the Antz bandwagon.
1
3
The Mayhem went 3-1 on a tough four-game/six-night road trip. Macon now plays seven of next eight at home.
1
4
A trio of ugly losses, and the Rivs have now gone two years without a win at the Pensacola Bay Center.
2
5
Brad Barone looks to be out of his slump. He’s 5-2, 2.01, .936 in his last seven starts. Is the Kings’ net his?
6
Rod Aldoff is inheriting an Ice Flyers team beginning to believe they can beat anyone at anytime. Last week’s sweep of Peoria was dominating.
2
7
It looks like the Ice Bears have passed the low point of their season and last night’s SO win at Huntsville is the start of an upward trend.
1
8
Ryan de Melo has four quality starts in his last five appearances, including the Dawgs’ first ever shutout vs Macon.
1
9
Columbus has 21 games remaining. If they play .500 hockey, the Snakes finish with 47 points – right on the postseason bubble.
10
With Justin MacDonald and Austin McKay up in the ECHL, the Bolts’ postseason prospects are fading quickly.