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EHL and EHLP Power Rankings

By Neil Ravin - Director of Communications, 02/03/20, 9:00AM EST


Top Ranked Teams Combine for 13-1-0 Record

BOSTON, MA -- We've crossed into the month of February, and the final set of weeks before postseason play begins in the Eastern Hockey League (EHL) and the Eastern Hockey League Premier (EHLP).

There are no new teams in either set of Power Rankings this week, and only one small shift, as combined together the top ranked teams amassed a record of 13-1-0 in 14 total games.

Starting first with the EHL, and the top five teams went 9-1-0 in the 10 total games amongst the group. The only blemish came from the Vermont Lumberjacks, who split their two-game series with the New England Wolves.

With that loss, the New Jersey 87s climbed up a spot, which sets things up as each 1st-place team is now ranked #1 and #2 respectively in the latest set of Power Rankings.

As for the EHLP, the top three teams combined for a perfect 4-0-0 mark over the weekend, giving us no reason to change the order between the New England Wolves (#1), Boston Jr. Rangers (#2), and Railers Jr. Hockey Club (#3). The biggest question that now remains, is whether or not we will have an all-New England Conference Championship Game this year in the EHLP.

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