Here's where the Aces stand historically at the halfway point

Posted by DOYLE WOODY, adn.com on January 18, 2014 

The Alaska Aces' easy-breezy 6-0 romp over the Las Vegas Wranglers at Sullivan Arena tonight not only marked their fourth straight win and extended their point streak to eight games (6-0-2), it also marked their halfway point of their 72-game ECHL regular season.

They are 24-9-3 through 36 games, good for 51 points. That's their fourth-highest point total to this point in their 11 ECHL season, surpassed only by the 2006 Kelly Cup-winning club and the club from last season and two season's ago.

Here's how the Aces have stood through 36 games in their ECHL history:

2013-14 – 24-9-3, 51 points

2012-13 – 27-8-1, 55 points

2011-12 – 26-5-5, 57 points

2010-11 – 21-13-2, 44 points

2009-10 – 16-17-3, 35 points

2008-09 – 20-14-2, 42 points

2007-08 – 19-13-4, 42 points

2006-07 – 24-10-2, 50 points

2005-06 – 27-6-2, 56 points

2004-05 – 19-13-4, 42 points

2003-04 – 22-11-3, 47 points

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