Desharnais Point Streak Ends
As Fourth Longest In ECHL History

For the first time in 2008, David Desharnais of Cincinnati did not score a point in a 6-0 loss to Trenton on Mar. 13, ending his scoring streak at 27 games which is the fourth longest in ECHL history, in a 6-0 loss to Trenton on Mar. 13. The streak began on Dec. 31 with two assists at Trenton and included 11 multiple-assist games and 15 multiple-point games.

Desharnais had three assists in his next game and leads the league with 63 assists and 85 points in 57 games. He has already broken the team record of 75 points by Sheldon Gorski in 1997-98 and Matt Noga in 2002-03 and the club mark of 51 assists by Noga in 2002-03.

He registered an assist in 20 consecutive games from Jan. 5-Feb. 9 to break the ECHL record of 17 games by Peter Kasowski of Roanoke Valley from Oct. 26-Dec. 7, 1991.

Longest Consecutive Point-Scoring Streak
38 – Trevor Jobe, Nashville, Dec. 19, 1992-Mar. 14, 1993 (112 points)
35 – Brian Martin, Hampton Roads, Oct. 30, 1990-Jan. 18, 1991 (points not available)
32 – Jamey Hicks, Birmingham, Dec. 30, 1997-Mar. 6, 1998 (65 points)
26 – David Desharnais, Cincinnati, Jan. 5-Mar. 12, 2008 (49 points)
25 – Mike Kompon, Reading, Nov. 26, 2005-Mar. 8, 2006 (40 points)
– Sheldon Gorski, Louisville, Dec. 31, 1991-Feb. 4, 1992 (52 points)