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How is your ECHL team doing on their run to the playoffs? The rankings above (Western Conference) and below (Eastern Conference) are based on points gathered by each team as of March 22nd (noon CT), including their Maximum Points and Pace Points. This data is compiled using each team’s point percentage setting a team’s pace for the remainder of what is left of the season.
Explanation for MAX PTS and PACE PTS seen in the last 2 columns above:
Pace is the team’s point percentage over 72 games. For example Wichita – 54.0% of 144 (max points) is 78.
Mathematical cutoff is when a team’s maximum points fall below the number of points that the 4th place team has achieved. Brampton and Stockton have been mathematically eliminated in the Western Conference and Evansville and Gwinnett in the Eastern Conference.
“x” indicates that the team has clinched a playoff position.
Thanks to Eric Rodgers for his stats and explanation.