Coast Lines – November 11 – Southeast Division

Augusta Lynx

* Augusta broke its six game losing streak and recorded its first shutout with 2-0 win over Columbia on Saturday.
* Colin Zulianello made 39 saves and earned his first professional shutout with 2-0 win against Columbia on Saturday.
* Augusta is tied for 26th in the ECHL in scoring, averaging 2.00 goals per game.
* Lynx travels to Florida on Friday and Saturday.

Columbia Inferno

* Patrick Couture is tied for the ECHL lead with eight wins, and leads the ECHL with 769 minutes.
* Rejean Stringer is tied for second in the ECHL with 22 points (8g-14a).
* Columbia scored four power-play goals in a 4-2 win at Baton Rouge on Tuesday.
* Inferno hosts Charlotte on Friday and travels to South Carolina on Saturday.

Columbus Cottonmouths

* Cottonmouths are 7-0-2 in one-goal games this season.
* Brent Cullaton recorded second Columbus hat trick of the season in 3-2 win at Florida on Friday.
* Matus Kostur set a team record with 53 saves, including nine in overtime of 5-4 win at Florida on Saturday.
* Cottonmouths travel to South Carolina on Tuesday, host Greenville on Friday, travel to Greenville on Saturday and host Augusta on Sunday.

Florida Everblades

* Marty Johnston leads Florida in scoring with eight points (2g-6a).
* Rob Zepp is fourth in the ECHL with a 2.10 goals against average.
* Florida is 0-0-4 in overtime/shootouts despite outshooting its opponents, 24-7.
* Everblades host Augusta on Friday and Saturday.

Greenville Grrrowl

* Mike Hurley has five assists in his last five games.
* Matt Demarski is tied for the ECHL lead with three short-handed goals.
* Greenville scored two shorthand goals on Wednesday, and is tied for the ECHL lead with five shorthand goals.
* Greenville travels to Columbus on Friday and hosts Columbus on Saturday.

Pee Dee Pride

* Pee Dee needs one home win to reach 300 in team history.
* Matt Reid is tied for the ECHL lead with 17 assists and leads the ECHL in plus-minus with +16.
* Pride has outscored its opponents 20-9 in the first period, tying it for the ECHL lead.
* Pee Dee hosts South Carolina on Friday and Roanoke on Saturday.

South Carolina Stingrays

* South Carolina has not scored a power-play goal in its last two games (0-for-9).
* Stingrays have won four consecutive road games, including one in overtime and two in shootouts.
* Dean Wesler made 42 saves and got first win with Stingrays in 5-3 victory at Charlotte.
* South Carolina hosts Columbus on Tuesday, plays at Pee Dee on Friday, and hosts Columbia on Saturday.