AOHL Power Rankings

AOHL Power Rankings (Feb 1)

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  1. Erie Otters  (3) – Five straight wins including a big victory of London gives them a slight edge this week.
  2. London Knights  (2) – Huge comeback to end Owen Sound’s win streak. Strong depth is helping them battle the injury bug .
  3. Owen Sound Attack  (4) – Remarkable win streak ends at 15, still have 33 of a possible 34 points in 17 game stretch.
  4. Peterborough Petes  (6) – Have won five straight, with a win over Sault Ste. Marie.
  5. Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds  (1) – Haven’t won back to back games since early January, still have a narrow lead over Windsor atop West Division.
  6. Windsor Spitfires  (5) – Beat Hamilton, which snapped a four game losing streak. Injuries have been killer, and will be with Dman Logan Stanley for a while.
  7. Sarnia Sting  (10) – Just as it looked like they were slipped they’ve won three straight, including a dominating home win over Sault Ste Marie, the league’s best road team.
  8. Oshawa Generals  (8) – Petes climb ahead of Gens in division standings. Loss to London snapped three game win streak.
  9. Kitchener Rangers  (7) – Have points in six of their last nine games, with loses to Erie, Owen Sound and Windsor.
  10. Mississauga Steelheads  (9) – Have won three of four as they start to pull away with the Central Division.
  11. Kingston Frontenacs  (14) – Back to back shutouts for Jeremy Helvig as the OA’s continue to lead the young Fronts.
  12. Flint Firebirds  (13) – Have done well during a relatively tough schedule, especially without Sherwood.
  13. Saginaw Spirit  (18) – Have battled in some close games as of late, beat Windsor and played a tight game vs Sarnia.
  14. Hamilton Bulldogs  (12) – Lost all three during West Division road trip in Windsor, Flint and Saginaw.
  15. Ottawa 67’s  (13) – Back to back wins comes after a stretch where they lost seven of eight.
  16. Sudbury Wolves  (11) – Less than impressive in recent losses to Mississauga, Peterborough, Saginaw and North Bay.
  17. Niagara IceDogs ⇓ (15) – Young team going through some growing pains, allowed 38 goals against in last seven games.
  18. North Bay Battalion  (17) – Just two wins in last eight games, beating Sudbury and Barrie.
  19. Guelph Storm  (19) – Tough weekend, outscored 15-3 in losses to Oshawa and Erie.
  20. Barrie Colts  (20) – Five straight losses, but deserve some credit for taking Owen Sound to OT, almost ending their win streak.

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