ECHL Today – Feb. 4

    

Check out last night’s highlights from around the league on ECHL REWIND 

 

Florida Everblades (29-7-4) at Elmira Jackals (23-17-5)                              7:05 p.m. ET 

·      Adam Brace leads Florida with 18 goals and 37 points.

·      Elmira’s Steven Shamanski is tied for first among defensemen with 13 power-play points (5g-8a).

·      Everblades are 22-2-2 when scoring first.

·      Jackals are seventh with 2.78 goals-against per game.  

 

Wheeling Nailers (20-21-0) at Reading Royals (28-13-2)                             7:30 p.m. ET 

·      Wheeling’s Derek Army is tied for fifth among rookies with 36 points (18g-18a).

·      Ryan Cruthers leads Reading against the Nailers with nine points (2g-7a).

·      Nailers are 14-1-0 when leading after two periods.

·      Royals have scored a league-high 60 goals in the third period.  

 

Kalamazoo Wings (19-16-3) at Cincinnati Cyclones (19-18-4)                    7:35 p.m. ET 

·      Dane Fox leads Kalamazoo against the Cyclones with 10 points (3g-7a).

·      Cincinnati’s Chris Reed is third among defensemen with a 15.2 percent shooting percentage (5-for-33).

·      K-Wings are fourth on the penalty kill on the road at 87.7 percent (57-for-65).

·      Cyclones are third with 27.24 shots-against per game.  

 

Bakersfield Condors (18-20-6) at Colorado Eagles (29-14-1)                      7:05 p.m. MT 

·      Bakersfield’s Chase Schaber is tied for third with seven power-play goals.

·      Colorado’s Collin Bowman is second in the league in plus-minus at +28.

·      Condors are 13-0-0 when leading after two periods.

·      Eagles are fifth on the power play at home at 22.0 percent (20-for-91).  

 

Utah Grizzlies (20-17-7) at Idaho Steelheads (27-14-4)                              7:10 p.m. MT 

·      Utah’s Jacob Johnston is second among defensemen with 117 shots on goal.

·      Jason Bast leads Idaho against the Grizzlies with four goals and five points.

·      Grizzlies are 14-3-5 when scoring first.

·      Steelheads are tied for the league lead with nine shorthanded goals.