ECHL This Week – Feb. 5
American Conference – North Division

Cincinnati
* Cincinnati has 33 points (15-6-3) at home to rank fourth in the ECHL.
* Sam Ftorek had two game-winning goals and seven points (5g-2a) in four games last week.
* Cyclones host Johnstown on Wednesday.

Dayton
* Bombers are 13-4-2 when they do not allow a power-play goal.
* Justin Maiser recorded four points, including his first career hat trick, in 6-3 win against Wheeling on Feb. 2.
* Dayton plays at Wheeling on Tuesday, at Columbia on Friday and at South Carolina on Saturday.

Johnstown
* Johnstown went 2-for-9 on the power play last weekend to improve to 16.9 percent (49-for-290).
* Stanislav Lascek has six points (3g-3a) in six games since returning from Springfield of the AHL.
* Chiefs play at Cincinnati on Wednesday and host Wheeling on Saturday and Reading on Sunday.

Reading
* Reading is 1-1 in overtime and 1-5 in shootouts.
* Greg Hogeboom has tied Royals team season high with 10-game point streak (6g-7a).
* Royals play at Johnstown on Sunday.

Toledo
* Rookie Evan McGrath has 11 points (5g-6a) in seven games.
* Rookie Ervins Mustukovs is 3-1-0 with two shutouts in his first four games for Toledo.
* Toledo plays at Las Vegas on Tuesday and at Bakersfield on Wednesday.

Trenton
* Titans have scored four or more goals in their last four games.
* Trenton is 10-0-1 when Troy Riddle scores more than one point.
* Trenton plays at Augusta on Friday and at Columbia on Saturday.

Wheeling
* Wheeling scored power-play goal on Feb. 2 to end season-high three-game streak without power-play goal.
* Joe Guenther had two goals over the weekend and leads the team with 20 goals.
* Nailers host Dayton on Tuesday and play at Johnstown on Saturday.