WICHITA, Kan. – For the fourth straight week, the Toledo Walleye sit on top of the ECHL Power 10.

The Walleye (13-2-1) lead the Central Division and are tied for first in the Western Conference (percentage wise, they are in first but have played one more game than Utah). They are also undefeated at home (5-0-0) and 8-2-1 on the road. Forwards Shane Berschbach and T.J. Hensick are tied for fourth in league scoring with 24 points each.

After spending some time lurking off the podium, the Utah Grizzlies have moved back up to the runner-up spot after their convincing wins over the Allen Americans this past weekend and a four-game winning streak.

In the last spot on the dais is the Newfoundland Growlers, who slipped one spot this week, but still managed to have a three-point weekend last week, while missing their bench boss.

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
Matthew Will

Cameron Turner

Chad Boerth

Mark Grainda

C.C. Hawkley

Mike Crook

C.J. Smith

Matthew Harding

Paige Siewert

Travis Rogers
Toledo Walleye12113231111
Utah Grizzlies23222122322
Newfoundland Growlers31351314235
Tulsa Oilers47444667444
Cincinnati Cyclones55665443766
Kansas City Mavericks66536775553
Jacksonville IceMen74778556677
Adirondack Thunder88997988888
Florida Everblades9118810810101099
Norfolk Admirals109101091099131012

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