Coast Lines – Northeast Division

Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
* Atlantic City ranks fourth in the ECHL in scoring, averaging 3.66 goals per game.
* Jade Galbraith ranks third among ECHL rookies in scoring with 60 points (23g-37a).
* Jim Henkel ranks fourth among ECHL rookies in scoring with 59 points (26g-33a).
* Atlantic City travels to Cincinnati on Wednesday and Johnstown on Friday.

Charlotte Checkers
* Scott Meyer is 4-0-0 with 2.74 goals against average in his last four games.
* Checkers’ road power play ranks third in the ECHL with 84.0 percent (158-for-188).
* Eduard Pershin leads Charlotte in scoring with 55 points (15g-40a).
* Charlotte travels to Roanoke on Tuesday, hosts Wheeling on Wednesday and Richmond on Friday, and then travels to South Carolina on Saturday and Reading on Sunday.

Greensboro Generals
* Greensboro is 15-3-7 in one-goal games this season.
* Greensboro ranks second in the ECHL on the penalty kill with 86.4 percent (308-for-365).
* Sam Ftorek ranks second in the ECHL in power-play goals with 16.
* Greensboro travels to South Carolina on Tuesday and Pee Dee on Friday and Saturday.

Reading Royals
* Reading leads the ECHL in scoring, averaging 3.79 goals per game.
* Royals rank 27th in the ECHL in goals allowed, averaging 4.10 goals per game.
* Brian McCullough ranks second in the ECHL in scoring with 86 points (34g-52a).
* Reading travels to Roanoke on Saturday and Charlotte on Sunday.

Richmond Renegades
* Jon Zion is tied for seventh in the ECHL in scoring among defensemen with 44 points (12g-32a).
* Richmond ranks 4th in the ECHL on the power play with 83.5 percent (52-for-316).
* Lars Pettersen has 13 points (6g-7a) in his last 10 games including two power-play goals.
* Richmond travels to Trenton on Tuesday, Charlotte on Friday and Columbus on Sunday.

Roanoke Express
* Jason Jaffray leads ECHL rookies in scoring with 79 points (31g-48a).
* Express ranks second in the ECHL in scoring, averaging 3.73 goals per game.
* Joe Dusbabek has a six-game home assist streak (9a) dating back to January 17.
* Roanoke hosts Charlotte on Tuesday, Wheeling on Friday and Reading on Saturday.

Trenton Titans
* Scott Bertoli became Trenton’s all-time goals leader (81) with two goals on March 5.
* Titans’ road power play leads the ECHL with 24.4 percent (41-for-168).
* David St. Germain is 6-1-1 with a 2.11 goals against average in his last eight games.
* Trenton hosts Richmond on Tuesday and travels to Johnstown on Saturday.