BOSTON, MA -- After a week off due to the 2019 All-Star Break, we have a new set of Power Rankings to release. Combined between the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and the Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP), there were 35 total games played this past week, which led to some re-shuffling of the top teams.
In the latest set of EHL Power Rankings, four of the five teams remained the same, but the order has changed.
The most notable change comes at the top, as the Vermont Lumberjacks swept their two-game series with the New Hampshire Avalanche. After splitting the pair of October matchups that took place in New Hampshire, the Lumberjacks skated away victorious from both contests at home in Vermont, to become the new top-ranked team.
With this shift, the Seahawks Hockey Club also moved up a spot to #2, while the Avalanche fell back to #3. The Boston Jr. Rangers stay pat at #4, and a four-game winning streak for the New Jersey 87s moves them back into the top-five.
As for the EHLP, not much has changed since the week #6 rankings, as the Philadelphia Little Flyers and New Hampshire Avalanche flip-flop the top two spots.
Coming up this weekend, both divisions will head to northern Massachusetts, for the November Showcase.
Below you'll find our next set of #Eshow Power Rankings, presented by Warrior Hockey.