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EHL and EHLP Power Rankings

By Neil Ravin - Director of Communications, 01/14/20, 3:00PM EST


Revolution Climb Up to 2nd Slot

BOSTON, MA -- Only a single showcase now remains, combined between the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and the Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP). This past Sunday and Monday featured the 5th and final league-wide event of the year in the EHL, with 18 total games at The Rinks At Exeter in Exeter, NH.

The EHL saw a very even battle during the cross-conference games between the New England Conference (NEW) and the Mid-Atlantic Conference (ATL), with teams accounting for an even eight to eight tie in terms of victories. However, while this past weekend was an even split the grand totals for the year were not tied, pointing 52 to 28 in favor of the NEW.

As for the winners, the Philadelphia Revolution could probably be labeled as the biggest winner of the showcase, sweeping their pair of games and moving up to #2 in this week's rankings.

Another team that slide up was the Vermont Lumberjacks, who split their mid-week series with the Seahawks Hockey Club, and then swept the showcase as well.

As for the EHLP, it was more of a prep week, with the 3rd and final league-wide showcase coming up this weekend at the Worcester Ice Center in Worcester, MA. The only change in the top-three is the switch between the New Hampshire Avalanche and the New England Wolves.

It's also worth noting that the top-ranked New Jersey 87s extended their winning streak out to 11 games, as they try and chase down the 16-mark set by the Boston Jr. Rangers in the 2017-18 season.

Below you'll find our next set of #Eshow Power Rankings, presented by Warrior Hockey.