Port Huron Fighting Falcons are in with 74 points.
Michigan Warriors are almost there with 63.
Which leaves four teams fighting for two playoffs spots in the North Division of the North American Hockey League.
And the clock is ticking.
A mere five points is all that stands between four teams — Janesville Jets, Johnstown Tomahawks, Springfield Jr. Blues and Soo Eagles.
Which means two pretty-good teams are going to miss the playoffs.
Going into play tonight, Janesville has 58 points, Johnstown has 57, Springfield has 55 and the Soo has 53.
Janesville has played 54 games while Johnstown, Springfield and the Soo have all played 55.
All NAHL teams play 60 regular-season games.
There is plenty of head-to-head action between the four teams on the remaining schedule.
For example, Johnstown is home to the Soo for three games this weekend before finishing the regular season with a pair at Janesville.
And the Soo, following its three at Johnstown this weekend, plays host to Springfield for a pair the following weekend.
“There is no panic button but we’ve got to really bear down and get hungry,” said Johnstown coach Jason Spence.
“There is no room for error now,” offered Soo coach Bruno Bragagnolo. “We have five games left and we know what we need to do to make the playoffs. We can’t count on anyone else to help us out.”