SPHL Power Rankings

Biggest Movers
Summer Signings – September
Thunderbolts
Marksmen
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Team
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CHG
1
The defending champs have kept most of their core players from last season. Can Passingham emerge as a true starter?
2
Like the Mayhem, the Rivermen are reloaded for another Cup run with plenty of returnees and quality signings.
3
On paper, the Havoc are loaded in net with ECHL’er Keegan Asmundson as the front-runner for opening night netminder.
4
Who will play in front of Tyler Green? Currently. the RiverKings have only one defensemen signed who’s expected in camp.
5
True, the Bolts finished at the bottom last season, but there’s plenty of experience at Jeff Pyle’s disposal this year.
6
Plenty of former Cottonmouths moved to Birmingham to play for Jamey Hicks, including playoff sensation Mavric Parks.
7
Nick Mazzolini got a decent deal for RiverKings goalie Peter Di Salvo, but the Marksmen still have a Thompson-sized hole to fill.
8
With Travis Armstrong possible to wind up in ECHL Indy and Jackson Brewer & Riley Spraggs still unsigned, plenty of slots remain to be filled.
9
The first year of the Jeff Carr era in Knoxville is looking like a complete rebuild, with Berkley Scott and Danny Cesarz currently the lone returnees.
10
Only five announced signings for the Ice Flyers so far, featuring the re-signings of Josh Cousineau and Stephen Hrehoriak.