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Top four teams retain positions in power rankings

03/12/2012, 8:40am EDT
By NLL.com

Colorado keeps hold on ILIndoor.com's top spot as Washington moves up


The Colorado Mammoth held on to the top spot while the Washington Stealth were the biggest mover in ILIndoor.com's latest power rankings. (Photo Credit: Richard Olson)

The top four teams remain unchanged in ILIndoor.com’s power rankings for Week 10.

Playing without NLL scoring leader John Grant Jr. (upper-body injury), the Colorado Mammoth retained the top spot after splitting a two-game weekend set with Washington.

The Mammoth got what proved to be the game-winning goal from Sean Pollock with one minute remaining Saturday in a 13-11 win. However, Colorado’s bid to become the first team in the league to clinch a playoff spot this season was denied with an 11-8 loss Sunday.

Colorado won’t take the field again until March 23 in the opener of a home-and-home series with Philadelphia.

Calgary stayed at No. 2 after beating Edmonton twice in the Battle of Alberta. The Roughnecks have won nine straight over their provincial rivals while improving to 19-4 in the all-time series.

The Riggers’ next game will be March 24 at home against Buffalo.

Minnesota was idle in Week 10 and held down the third spot in the rankings. The Swarm will try to go 3-0 under coach Joe Sullivan on Saturday in Buffalo.

Philadelphia, meanwhile, kept the No. 4 position after Friday’s win over Toronto at the Air Canada Centre, and will play host to Edmonton on Saturday.

The biggest mover of the week was the Stealth, who rose two spots to seventh thanks to their split with the Mammoth. Washington is idle until March 25 versus the Swarm. 


You may view Brian Shanahan’s power rankings at ILIndoor.com here.

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