South Carolina’s Kirk Daubenspeck has 36 wins, the most in the ECHL since Jan Lasak of Hampton Roads won 36 games in 1999-2000. Daubenspeck and Lasak are tied with Doug Bonner, who won 36 games for Louisiana in 1997-98, and Marc Delorme, who won 36 games for Louisiana in 1996-97, for the second most wins in an ECHL season. The ECHL record for most wins in a season is 38 games by Mark Michaud of Hampton Roads in 1993-94.
Daubenspeck has appeared in 58 games, the most in the ECHL since 1999-2000 when Lasak appeared in 59 games and David Brumby appeared in 59 games for Jackson. Daubenspeck needs one game to move into a tie for fifth place with Lasak, Brumby, and Mark Richards, who appeared in 59 games for Tallahassee in 1994-95. Darryl Paquette, who appeared in 60 games for Hampton Roads in 1996-97, and Dave Gagnon, who appeared in 60 games for Roanoke in 1996-97, are tied for third place. The record for most games appeared in by a goaltender is 65 by Michaud in 1993-94.
Daubenspeck has 1,802 saves and ranks third for most saves, six shy of Ray LeBlanc, who made 1,808 saves for Jacksonville in 1999-2000, and 29 shy of Michaud, who made 1,831 saves in 1993-94. Daubenspeck has played 3,454 minutes and ranks second for most minutes played in a season, 269 minutes shy of Michaud’s record of 3,723 minutes in 1993-94.