Compare the Aces' regular-season record to past seasons

Doyle Woody,Adn Staff

The Alaska Aces' 3-2 loss tonight in a regular-season finale at Colorado that meant nada -- Alaska wrapped the Brabham Cup as ECHL regular-season champ with Friday's 5-0 win -- closed their season at 45-19-7 for 97 points.

Odd season because it featured 71 games and their previous 10 in the league each featured 72. That difference this season was because the Western Conference schedule had to be adjusted after the San Francisco Bulls folded in late January.

In any event, here's how the Aces have finished every regular season:

FINAL RECORD (72 GAMES, EXCEPT THIS SEASON'S 71)

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2013-14 – 45-19-7, 97 points (71 games)

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2012-13 – 49-15-8, 106 points

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2011-12 – 43-18-11, 97 points

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2010-11 – 47-22-3, 97 points

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2009-10 – 36-28-8, 80 points

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2008-09 – 45-24-3, 93 points

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2007-08 – 41-26-5, 87 points

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2006-07 – 49-16-7, 105 points

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2005-06 – 53-12-7, 113 points

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2004-05 – 45-19-8, 98 points

 

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2003-04 – 38-28-6, 82 points


By DOYLE WOODY, adn.com
Anchorage