AOHL Power Rankings

AOHL Power Rankings (Dec. 8)


1. London Knights (1) Haven’t lost in regulation in 11 games, a pair of SO losses to Owen Sound in that stretch
2. Erie Otters (2) –  
26 goals in their last five games has Erie in London’s rear view mirror.
3. Sault Ste. Marie (4) 
Winners of nine straight are a league best 13-2 on the road
4. Windsor Spitfires (3)
Only regulation loss on home ice was Sept 23 vs the Soo, they are 4-1-2 on current 13 game road trip
5. Oshawa Generals (5) – Continues to distance itself from the rest of the Eastern Conference.
6. Kitchener Rangers (6) — Losses to Kingston and Mississauga hurt, still a +17 goal differential
7. Owen Sound (7) Followed up an OT win over London with back to back losses vs Erie
8. Sarnia Sting (10) — Three straight wins vs weaker teams, games were much closer than they should have been.
9. North Bay Battalion (9)
 OT win over Sudbury keeps them in top spot in the Central Division. 
10. Hamilton Bulldogs (8) 
– Losers of three straight, one of two teams in the East with a positive goal differential (+5)
11. Peterborough Petes (14) – 9-3-1-1 at PMC but 4-8-0-2 on the road. Three straight wins has them tied with Hamilton
12. Kingston Frontenacs (16)
Have picked up nine of a possible 10 points during with wins over Hamilton, Kitchener and Windsor despite an OHL low 67 goals for.
13. Ottawa 67’s (11) Just one win on home ice since Oct 29, but have managed 100 goals for, most in the Eastern Conference.
14. Subury Wolves (15) 
Dmitry Sokolov has 5g and 3a on current vice game point streak. Wovles have won three of four
15. Flint Firebirds (13) –
 Sit eighth in the West, one of three teams with a negative goal differential (-4) in the conference.
16. Mississauga Steelheads (19) have won back to back games after losing nine straight, could be starting to turn things around.
17. Niagara IceDogs (12)Have lost five straight games. Still sit in the final playoff spot, but just two points up on Missy.
18. Saginaw Spirit (18) No team has scored fewer goals. Only two wins on the road this season, strong record at home have kept them in the playoff picture
Guelph Storm (17) – Storm are starting to slide, just three wins in their last ten games. 116 goals against is the most in the Western Conference.
20. Barrie Colts (20) Goal differential of -36 is worst in the OHL, have really struggled as of late, especially on the road.



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