How the Aces stack up at the quarter-pole (18-game mark)

Posted by DOYLE WOODY, adn.com on December 6, 2013 

Bet you folks in the Cowbell Crew, after enjoying the Alaska Aces' 1-0 shootout win at Utah tonight to break a season-worst, three-game losing streak, afterward immediately thought, "Hey, that was the 18th game of the 72-game regular season, and that's one-quarter of the season, so I wonder how the Aces' 12-6-0 record ranks compared to their previous 10 seasons in the ECHL?''

Am I right?

Doubtful.

But if you are wondering, The Blog is the man with the relevant numbers. At 12-6-0, good for 24 points, the Aces' record is their fifth-best to this point in 11 ECHL seasons.

Here's the evidence:

2013-14 – 12-6-0, 24 points

2012-13 – 13-5-0, 26 points

2011-12 – 13-4-1, 27 points

2010-11 – 10-7-1, 21 points*

2009-10 – 8-8-2, 18 points

2008-09 – 12-5-1, 25 points

2007-08 – 10-7-1, 21 points

2006-07 – 11-7-0, 22 points

2005-06 – 13-3-2, 28 points*

2004-05 – 10-7-1, 21 points

2003-04 – 10-7-1, 21 points

* Denotes season in which Aces won Kelly Cup. 

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