The ECHL Power Rankings are back after a six-week absence and the two teams at the top are the same as the rankings before Christmas.
After sweeping their three-game set against the Idaho Steelheads, the Colorado Eagles remain in the pole position for this week’s Power Rankings. Since December 1, the Eagles are 20-2-1-0 and have collected 89.1% of all standings points during that time period.
Remaining in second place is the Florida Everblades, who are coming off a 2-1-1 week, but remain comfortably in front of South Carolina and Manchester in the race for the top spot in the east.
Rounding out the top three are the Toledo Walleye, who finished the month of January collecting seven-of-eight possible points and have regained their footing at the top of the Central Division. The Walleye should only get stronger with the recent addition of Mike Embach.
At the bottom of the rankings, our writers have the Utah Grizzlies and Norfolk Admirals, joined by mainstays Jacksonville, Rapid City & Quad City.
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 our ECHL writers voted. The rankings will debut every Tuesday afternoon right here at The Sin Bin. Our previous rankings are at the bottom of the page.
|South Carolina Stingrays||3||4||4||3||4|
|Fort Wayne Komets||5||9||5||5||5|