ECHL Stats Archive Archives
Fuel re-sign veteran forward Garett Bembridge and add rookie defenseman Andy Simpson.
Second-year blue liner tallied 10 points as a rookie with Colorado last season.
University of Maine graduate produced six points in 11 games with Bakersfield last season.
Maxime St. Cyr tallied league-leading 54 goals last season with Baie-Comeau of the QMJHL.
Epp returns to South Carolina after finishing third among team defensemen last season with 20 points.
Zach Cohen returns to North America after playing last season in Europe.
Jason Christie enters 2015-16 season needing nine wins to become winningest coach all-time in ECHL history.
Pearce Eviston and Anthony Collins returning for second seasons with Quad City.
MacLean went 78-48-18 as head coach with South Carolina from 2009-11.
Forward Joe Rehkamp and defenseman Sam Windle join Reading for the 2015-16 season.
Pat Nagle enters second season in Fort Wayne while team adds defenseman Alex Boak and forward Adam Pawlick.
Nyren spent last two season at University of Calgary and played in ECHL with Utah in 2010-11.
After playing last season in Europe, Cody Carlson returns to North America with Cincinnati.
Longest active ECHL/NHL affiliation enters 18th season in 2015-16.
Defenseman appeared in 34 games with Brampton last season.
Forward Justin Crandall and defenseman Curtis Leonard sign with Reading.
Fort Wayne, Colorado renew affiliation agreement to cover the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons.
Forward has played in team record 149 career games since Orlando's inaugural season in 2012-13.
Quad City to serve as ECHL affiliate for Minnesota and Iowa Wild for second consecutive season.
Tyler Elbrecht joins Greenville for third pro season.