WICHITA, Kan. – Another week, another subtle shift in how some of our writers have the top three ECHL teams ranked.
The playoff-bound Cincinnati Cyclones continue to hum along, with eight wins in their last ten games, while the Newfoundland Growlers have seven wins in their last ten games. Matt Thomas’ team continues to be paced by Jesse Schultz, who has points in eight straight contests.
There was some slight disagreement in our team about who should be the second and third best teams. One had Florida as the fourth best team, based largely in part due to the volume of call-ups they’ve endured.
Elsewhere, the Tulsa Oilers have moved into the fourth position in the Power 10, thanks to a 7-3-0-0 mark in their last 10 games. After shaking off the loss of T.J. Hensick to their roster with 16 goals over the weekend, the Toledo Walleye remain in the fifth position. Orlando makes their first appearance in the top 10 this season, having won eight of ten games and further solidifying a playoff position in the ECHL’s South Division. The Maine Mariners round out this week’s Power 10, making their first appearance ever.
Here is a look at past rankings:
At the conclusion of play each weekend, our writing team will rank all 27 ECHL teams and the average of those rankings makes up the “Composite” ranking.
|Orlando Solar Bears||9||8||9||9||8||9||9|
|Kansas City Mavericks||13||15||16||14||14||14||15|
|Fort Wayne Komets||16||19||17||16||13||16||17|
|South Carolina Stingrays||21||21||19||21||22||21||22|
|Rapid City Rush||24||26||25||25||25||25||25|
|Greenville Swamp Rabbits||26||27||27||27||26||27||26|
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