Here's where the Aces sit at the three-quarters pole in their ECHL history

Posted on February 18, 2013 

The ECHL-leading Alaska Aces pocketed a 6-1 win today at Utah in what was the club's 54th game, which marks the three-quarters mark of the regular season.

At 37-11-6, good for 80 points, the Aces have posted the franchise's second-best record through 54 games in its 10 ECHL seasons. The standard remains the 2006 Kelly Cup-winning club, which at this point was a rather ridiculous 42-8-4 (88 points).

Anyhow, here's where the Aces have found themselves through 54 games in their ECHL history:

2012-13 -- 37-11-6, 80 points

2011-12 -- 33-15-6, 72 points

2010-11 -- 32-19-3, 67 points

2009-10 -- 26-23-5, 59 points

2008-09 -- 31-22-3, 65 points

2007-08 -- 30-20-4, 64 points

2006-07 -- 37-14-3, 77 points

2005-06 -- 42-8-4, 88 points

2004-05 -- 33-15-6, 72 points

2003-04 -- 30-20-4, 64 points

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