* Cincinnati’s 42 wins are the most in the American Conference and the second-most in team history behind only the 2008 Kelly Cup champions (55).
* Reid Cashman has 19 points (1g-18a) in 18 ECHL games with the Cyclones.
* Cyclones visit Kalamazoo on Wednesday, host Johnstown on Friday, and visit Wheeling on Saturday.
* Kalamazoo has spent 88 days in first place in the division, the most of any team in the North.
* Ryan Nie leads the ECHL with 26 wins (26-12-1).
* Wings host Cincinnati on Wednesday, and Toledo on Friday and Saturday.
* Toledo scored 15 goals in three games last week.
* Sal Peralta has four goals in his last three games and 10 goals in 14 games with Toledo.
* Walleye visit Johnstown on Wednesday, and Kalamazoo on Friday and Saturday.
* Wheeling is second in the ECHL on the home power play going 45-for-189 (23.8 percent).
* Jon D’Aversa is on a six-game point streak (3g-5a) since March 17.
* Nailers host Reading on Friday and Cincinnati on Saturday.