ECHL This Week – Mar. 24
American Conference – North Division

Cincinnati Cyclones
• Cyclones are 25.0 percent (7-for-28) on the power play in their last five games.
Mathieu Aubin is on a five-game point streak (4g-5a).
• Cincinnati hosts Reading on Wednesday and Elmira in Friday while playing at Johnstown on Saturday and at Reading on Sunday.

Dayton Bombers
• Dayton ranks ninth in the ECHL on the power play at home with 20.2 percent (33-for-163).
Jim Henkemeyer scored his first professional goal on Mar. 21 at Trenton.
• Bombers host Reading on Tuesday, Wheeling on Wednesday and Elmira on Saturday and Sunday.

Elmira Jackals
• Jackals are 7-3-0 and have outscored their opponents 35-27 in the last 10 games.
• Rookie Benoit Doucet has 18 points (7g-11a) in his last 10 games to lead the Jackals with 74 points (28g-46a).
• Elmira hosts Trenton on Wednesday before traveling to Cincinnati on Friday and to Dayton on Saturday and Sunday.

Johnstown Chiefs
• Johnstown is 27.6 percent (8-for-29) on the power play in their last five games.
• Rookie Alexandre Imbeault has seven points in his last five games (2g-5a).
• Chiefs play at Wheeling on Friday and host Cincinnati on Saturday and Trenton on Sunday.

Reading Royals
• Royals have held the opposition to one goal or less in regulation 14 times.
Brock Hooton has six goals in his last nine games and leads the Royals with 23 goals.
• Reading plays at Dayton on Tuesday and at Cincinnati on Wednesday before hosting Trenton on Friday and Wheeling on Saturday and Sunday.

Trenton Devils
• Trenton scored a season-high seven goals on Mar. 21 against Dayton.
Tony Zancanaro has two game-winning goals nine points (5g-4a) in his last five games.
• Devils play at Elmira on Wednesday, at Reading on Friday and at Johnstown on Sunday.

Wheeling Nailers
• Nailers went 2-1-0 in one-goal games last week to improve to 9-5-7 overall.
Curtis Darling recorded Nailers’ first shutout of the season with 1-0 win at Trenton on Mar. 20.
• Wheeling plays at Dayton on Wednesday and at Reading on Saturday while hosting Johnstown on Friday.