ECHL This Week – Nov. 5
South Division

Augusta
• Lynx are out scoring their opponents at home 9-5.
Grant Goeckner-Zoeller had two assists in his first professional game on Nov. 2 at Columbia.
• Augusta plays at Dayton on Wednesday, at Cincinnati on Thursday and Saturday and at Wheeling on Sunday.

Charlotte
• Charlotte’s road penalty kill leads the ECHL with 94.7 percent (18-for-19).
Bruce Graham has a six-game point streak (4g-2a).
• Checkers host South Carolina on Wednesday and Mississippi on Saturday.

Columbia
• Columbia went 5-for-27 (18.5 percent) on the power play last week.
Marc Cavosie has three points (1g-2a) in his last three games.
• Inferno play at Pensacola on Tuesday and at Florida on Friday and Saturday.

Florida
• Florida is a perfect 4-0-0 when leading after the second period.
David Cornacchia and Ryan Van Buskirk each had a goal and an assist at Alaska.
• Everblades host Columbia on Friday and Saturday.

Gwinnett
• Gladiators are off to the best start in team history at 7-1-0.
Craig Kowalski is 6-1-0 with a 1.72 goals-against average and a .938 save percentage.
• Gwinnett hosts Mississippi on Friday and Texas on Saturday.

Mississippi
• Mississippi is 1-1-0 when out shooting their opponents.
Mark Rooneem leads the Sea Wolves with five points (3g-2a).
• Sea Wolves host Texas on Tuesday before traveling to Gwinnett on Friday, Charlotte on Saturday and South Carolina on Sunday.

Pensacola
• Ice Pilots are 1-1-0 in two-goal games.
• Rookie Mathieu Roy has a team-leading four goals and five points in seven games.
• Pensacola hosts Columbia on Tuesday and Texas on Friday.

South Carolina
• South Carolina ranks second in the ECHL with 4.11 goals per game.
• Rookie Travis Morin had his first professional hat trick and a career-high five points on Oct. 31.
• Stingrays play at Charlotte on Wednesday and host Mississippi on Sunday.

Texas
• Wildcatters are off to their best start in team history at 5-1-1.
Marco Rosa had Texas’ first hat trick of the season on Nov. 4 in a 4-0 win at Mississippi.
• Texas plays at Mississippi on Tuesday, at Pensacola on Friday and at Gwinnett on Saturday.