ECHL This Week – South Division

 

Scott Pitt and Rylan Galiardi each scored their first professional goals last week.
Ryan McGinnis played in his 200th career professional game on Saturday in Greenville.
Florida has four road games this week; at Gwinnett on Tuesday, at South Carolina on Wednesday and Friday, and at Greenville on Saturday. 
 
Greenville is 5-for-12 on the power play (41.7 percent) during its three-game winning streak.
Goaltender
Nic Riopel has won eight straight regular season starts dating back to March 13, 2011.
The Road Warriors host three games this week, against Toledo on Thursday, Reading on Friday, and Florida on Saturday.
 
The Gladiators are first on the power play at home at 30.0 percent (3-for-10).
Jeff Jakaitis recorded his eighth career ECHL shutout with 33 saves in a 2-0 win over Reading on Sunday. He is third in the league in goals-against average, and tied for second in save percentage.
Gwinnett hosts Florida on Tuesday, Reading on Saturday, and Toledo on Sunday.
 
South Carolina currently has a four-game road winning streak, the ECHL’s longest road winning streak this season.
Matt Pope, who is fifth in the ECHL with 11 points (4g-7a), has the most power-play points in the ECHL with 7 (3g-4a).
The Stingrays have four home games this week; against Florida on Wednesday and Friday, against Toledo on Saturday, and against Reading on Sunday.