WICHITA, Kan. – For the first time this season, we have some stability at the top of the ECHL Power 10.

After assuming the pole position last week, the Toledo Walleye remain at the top this week. After their game on Tuesday morning in Wheeling, the Walleye have won nine games in a row and are off to their best 11-game start in team history. In their last 17 regular-season road games, the Walleye are 15-1-1-0.

Below Toledo, there are two new teams making up the podium position on the Power 10. After being ranked third last week, the Adirondack Thunder moves up to second place thanks to a strong weekend. Joining the top three is the Kansas City Mavericks, who have won six straight games entering play on Tuesday morning.

The Newfoundland Growlers was the final team to receive first-place votes in our Power 10.

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. Unlike rankings we have done in the past, you will now get to see how every ECHL writer voted. The rankings will debut every Tuesday afternoon here on The Sin Bin!

Composite
C.C. Hawkley

Mike Crook

C.J. Smith

Travis Rogers

Rich Lohman

Cameron Turner

Paige Siewert

Matthew Harding

Mark Grainda

Chad Boerth
Toledo Walleye11311212131
Adirondack Thunder23222331213
Kansas City Mavericks34443423342
Newfoundland Growlers42155144425
Utah Grizzlies55534565554
Cincinnati Cyclones68789889669
Jacksonville IceMen7789771061098
Tulsa Oilers81091066788117
Orlando Solar Bears991068115109106
Norfolk Admirals106671022977710

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