Check out last night’s highlights from around the league on ECHL REWIND
Fort Wayne Komets (24-6-2) at Greenville Road Warriors (21-12-1) 7 p.m. ET
· Fort Wayne’s Drew Daniels is tied for second in the league in plus-minus at +23.
· Greenville’s Andrew Himelson is tied for third among defensemen with a 16.7 percent shooting percentage (3-for-18).
· Komets are tied for the league lead with 14 road wins (14-3-0).
· Road Warriors have a league best five wins when trailing after two periods (5-10-0).
Brampton Beast (10-17-2) at Elmira Jackals (17-13-4) 7:05 p.m. ET
· Brampton’s Mathew Maione leads rookie defensemen with 84 shots on goal.
· Matt Tassone leads Elmira against the Beast with six points (3g-3a).
· Beast have scored 32 of their 71 goals in the second period.
· Jackals are only team in the league to have not allowed a shorthanded goal.
Kalamazoo Wings (12-15-2) at Toledo Walleye (22-5-4) 7:15 p.m. ET
· Curtis Valk leads Kalamazoo with 11 goals and 26 points.
· Alden Hirschfeld leads Toledo against the K-Wings with seven points (2g-5a).
· K-Wings are first on the power play on the road at 24.5 percent (12-for-49).
· Walleye are 19-0-1 when scoring first.
Orlando Solar Bears (15-13-3) at Florida Everblades (23-5-1) 7:30 p.m. ET
· Jacob Cepis leads Orlando against the Everblades with nine points (1g-8a).
· Florida’s Cameron Burt is tied for first among defensemen in plus-minus at +23.
· Solar Bears are third in the league with 33.03 shots per game.
· Everblades are 18-1-0 when scoring first.
Cincinnati Cyclones (14-12-4) at Indy Fuel (6-19-6) 7:35 p.m. ET
· Cincinnati’s Chris Reed is tied for third among defensemen with a 16.7 percent shooting percentage (4-for-24).
· Garret Bembridge leads Indy against the Cyclones with four goals and six points.
· Cyclones have outscored their opponents 40-17 in the second period.
· Fuel are league’s fifth-least penalized team with 13.68 penalty minutes per game.
Reading Royals (20-10-2) at Wheeling Nailers (14-16-0) 7:35 p.m. ET
· Adam Hughesman leads Reading against the Nailers with four goals.
· Wheeling’s Derek Army is fifth among rookies with 86 shots on goal.
· Royals are fourth in the league with 32.59 shots per game.
· Nailers are third on the power play at home at 26.8 percent (15-for-56).
Evansville IceMen (9-18-4) at Missouri Mavericks (14-15-3) 7:05 p.m. CT
· Evansville’s Chris Driedger is third in the league with 663 shots on goal.
· Sebastien Thinel leads Missouri with 27 points (9g-18a).
· IceMen are 5-1-0 when leading after two periods.
· Mavericks are fourth in the league with 27.00 shots-against per game.
Wichita Thunder (16-11-6) at Quad City Mallards (17-12-5) 7:05 p.m. CT
· Wichita’s Kenton Miller is fourth in the league with 118 shots on goal.
· Todd Fiddler leads Quad City against the Thunder with six points (2g-4a).
· Thunder are third in the league with 26.85 shots-against per game.
· Mallards are tied for seventh in the league with 2.76 goals-against per game.
Stockton Thunder (13-23-1) at Utah Grizzlies (13-15-5) 7 p.m. MT
· Tyler Maxwell leads Stockton with 12 goals.
· Utah’s Jacob Johnston leads defensemen with 97 shots on goal.
· Thunder are fifth on the power play on the road at 20.7 percent (17-for-82).
· Grizzlies are 8-1-1 when leading after two periods.
Tulsa Oilers (17-16-3) at Rapid City Rush (13-19-2) 7:05 p.m. MT
· Tulsa’s Drew Fisher is on a nine-game point streak since Dec. 20 (5g-11a).
· Rapid City’s Jean-Philipp Chabot is tied for second in the league with six power-play goals.
· Oilers are 10-4-3 in one-goal games.
· Rush are 10-2-0 when leading after one period.
Alaska Aces (15-13-2) at Idaho Steelheads (20-10-3) 7:10 p.m. MT
· Alaska’s Ryan Walters is on a four-game goal streak since Dec. 31 (6g).
· Idaho’s Gaelan Patterson is tied for the league lead with three shorthanded assists.
· Aces are tied for fourth in the league with six shorthanded goals.
· Steelheads have outscored their opponents 39-17 in the first period.
Colorado Eagles (20-13-0) at Bakersfield Condors (17-14-4) 7 p.m. PT
· Colorado’s Curtis Gedig is tied for second among rookies with eight power-play assists.
· Chase Schaber leads Bakersfield with 11 goals.
· Eagles lead the league with 26.12 shots-against per game.
· Condors are 12-0-0 when leading after two periods.