Manchester Monarchs (31-14-5) at Reading Royals (24-19-8) 7 p.m. ET
• Matt Leitner leads Manchester against the Royals with six points (0g-6a).
• Reading’s Robbie Czarnik is tied for third with 22 goals.
• Monarchs are tied for the league lead with 17 road wins (17-8-1).
• Royals are third on the power play at home at 21.6 percent (22-for-102).
South Carolina Stingrays (27-17-6) at Greenville Swamp Rabbits (24-19-6) 7 p.m. ET
• South Carolina’s Brett Cameron is on a seven-game point streak since Feb. 5 (5g-5a).
• Bretton Cameron leads Greenville against the Stingrays with six goals and nine points.
• Stingrays are 21-4-2 when scoring first.
• Swamp Rabbits are 9-0-4 in games decided in overtime or a shootout.
Colorado Eagles (25-21-2) at Kalamazoo Wings (20-23-5) 7 p.m. ET
• Colorado’s Johnny Lazo is second with a 26.3 percent shooting percentage (10-for-38).
• Kalamazoo’s Joel Martin leads the league in minutes played (2,522) and saves (1,401).
• Eagles lead the league with 26.08 shots-against per game.
• K-Wings are sixth on the penalty kill at 85.9 percent (158-for-184).
Adirondack Thunder (28-16-4) at Elmira Jackals (25-22-4) 7:05 p.m. ET
• Louick Marcotte leads Adirondack against the Jackals with four goals.
• Elmira’s C.J. Motte leads rookie goaltenders with 913 saves.
• Thunder are 23-0-2 when leading after two periods.
• Jackals are tied for second with two shorthanded goals against.
Wheeling Nailers (23-21-5) at Brampton Beast (15-23-10) 7:15 p.m. ET
• Wheeling’s Mathew Maione is second among defensemen with 29 assists.
• Brandon Marino leads Brampton against the Nailers with six points (3g-3a).
• Nailers are fourth with 33.06 shots per game.
• Beast have had a league-high 16 games decided in overtime or a shootout.
Florida Everblades (33-15-1) at Norfolk Admirals (21-27-3) 7:30 p.m. ET
• Florida’s Matt Willows is tied for third among rookies with 16 goals.
• Norfolk’s Scott Allen is tied for second among rookies with six power-play goals.
• Everblades are second with 2.24 goals-against per game.
• Admirals are 13-1-1 when leading after two periods.
Toledo Walleye (30-13-5) at Fort Wayne Komets (28-15-4) 8 p.m. ET
• Josh Shalla leads Toledo against the Komets with three goals.
• Fort Wayne’s Shawn Szydlowski is tied for third with 33 assists.
• Walleye are tied for fifth with 2.48 goals-against per game.
• Komets are tied for the league lead with 10 shorthanded goals.
Allen Americans (29-18-3) at Missouri Mavericks (39-6-3) 7:05 p.m. CT
• Allen’s David Makowski is tied for second among defensemen with three game-winning goals.
• Sebastien Sylvestre leads Missouri against the Americans with three goals.
• Americans are 12-3-3 in one-goal games.
• Mavericks have outscored their opponents 58-34 in the first period.
Cincinnati Cyclones (25-19-5) at Quad City Mallards (23-21-5) 7:05 p.m. CT
• Cincinnati’s Nick Huard leads rookies with 18 power-play points (11g-7a).
• Matt Neal leads Quad City against the Cyclones with two goals.
• Cyclones are league’s fourth-least penalized team with 11.33 penalty minutes per game.
• Mallards are 10-1-2 when leading after one period.
Evansville IceMen (18-23-6) at Tulsa Oilers (25-18-5) 7:05 p.m. CT
• Daultan Leveille leads Evansville with 18 goals.
• Tulsa’s Dan DeSalvo is tied for first among rookies in plus-minus at +18.
• IceMen are 10-2-3 when scoring first.
• Oilers are fourth with 27.60 shots-against per game.
Atlanta Gladiators (26-18-6) at Utah Grizzlies (29-19-3) 7:05 p.m. MT
• Atlanta’s Max Everson is tied for first among rookies with four shorthanded points (2g-2a).
• Utah’s Ryan Walters is third with six game-winning goals.
• Gladiators are fourth on the power play on the road at 21.3 percent (19-for-89).
• Grizzlies are tied for third with 3.18 goals per game.
Alaska Aces (19-25-5) at Rapid City Rush (19-26-4) 7:05 p.m. MT
• Alaska’s William Wrenn is tied for second among defensemen with 34 points (4g-30a).
• Daniel Barczuk leads Rapid City against the Aces with three goals and four points.
• Aces are second with 33.90 shots per game.
• Rush are tied for fourth on the penalty kill at home at 88.0 percent (66-for-75).