ECHL Today – Jan. 9


South Carolina Stingrays (20-11-3) at Adirondack Thunder (20-9-2)               7 p.m. ET
•    South Carolina’s Mark Dekanich is tied for fifth with a 1.91 goals-against average.
•    Michael Kirkpatrick leads Adirondack with 12 goals and 27 points.
•    Stingrays are 16-0-1 when leading after one period.
•    Thunder are fourth with 2.39 goals-against per game.

Florida Everblades (25-11-0) at Greenville Swamp Rabbits (17-13-6)             7 p.m. ET
•    Florida’s Matt Willows is second among rookies with 13 goals.
•    Darian Dziurzynski leads Greenville against the Everblades with two goals.
•    Everblades are 10-3-0 in one-goal games.
•    Swamp Rabbits are tied for the league lead with 42 third-period goals.

Toledo Walleye (19-10-4) at Reading Royals (16-13-5)                                   7 p.m. ET
•    Toledo’s Joel Chouinard is fourth among defensemen with 12 power-play points (2g-10a).
•    Reading’s Robbie Czarnik is tied for second with 16 goals.
•    Walleye have scored all three of their shorthanded goals on the road.
•    Royals are sixth with 3.09 goals per game.

Manchester Monarchs (21-12-3) at Elmira Jackals (20-14-0)                           7:05 p.m. ET
•    Maxim Kitsyn leads Manchester against the Jackals with three goals.
•    Elmira’s Jacob MacDonald is tied for third among defensemen with eight goals.
•    Monarchs have a league-leading five wins when trailing after two periods.
•    Jackals are 12-1-0 when scoring first.

Kalamazoo Wings (13-17-3) at Brampton Beast (11-16-5)                               7:15 p.m. ET

•    Ludwig Blomstrand leads Kalamazoo against the Beast with four goals.
•    Brampton’s Reggie Traccitto is fifth among defensemen with a 13.2 percent shooting percentage (5-for-38).
•    K-Wings are 8-0-3 when leading after two periods.
•    Beast are fourth on the power play at home at 22.5 percent (18-for-80).

Cincinnati Cyclones (15-13-4) at Norfolk Admirals (13-22-2)                           7:15 p.m. ET
•    Jack Downing leads Cincinnati with 14 goals.
•    Norfolk’s Charles-Olivier Roussel is tied for fifth among defensemen with 17 assists.
•    Cyclones have scored 41 of their 95 goals in the third period.
•    Admirals are 9-1-0 when leading after two periods.

Evansville IceMen (12-16-4) at Indy Fuel (15-18-2)                                         7:35 p.m. ET
•    Evansville’s Alex Wideman is tied for first among rookies with seven power-play assists.
•    Garett Bembridge leads Indy with 10 goals.
•    IceMen are 6-1-2 when scoring first.
•    Fuel are league’s third-least penalized team with 10.26 penalty minutes per game.

Orlando Solar Bears (14-14-5) at Wheeling Nailers (15-14-4)                         7:35 p.m. ET
•    Orlando’s Eric Baier is tied for sixth among defensemen with 22 points (6g-16a).
•    Wheeling’s Anton Zlobin is on a four-game goal streak since Dec. 31 (5g).
•    Solar Bears are second on the penalty kill on the road at 90.8 percent (59-for-65).
•    Nailers have scored all four of their shorthanded goals at home.

Wichita Thunder (9-20-5) at Tulsa Oilers (15-11-4)                                          7:05 p.m. CT
•    Wichita’s David Shantz is fourth with 574 saves.
•    Brady Ramsay leads Tulsa against the Thunder with three goals.
•    Thunder are second in the league with nine games decided in overtime or a shootout.
•    Oilers are 10-3-2 when outshooting their opponent.

Missouri Mavericks (27-3-2) at Rapid City Rush (16-12-3)                                7:05 p.m. MT
•    Missouri’s Tanner Fritz is second among rookies in plus-minus at +17.
•    Winston Day Chief leads Rapid City with 24 points (9g-15a).
•    Mavericks lead the league with 3.50 goals per game and 1.78 goals-against per game.
•    Rush are 8-2-3 in one-goal games.

Idaho Steelheads (16-15-5) at Utah Grizzlies (18-13-2)                                    7:05 p.m. MT
•    Idaho’s Jack Campbell has posted shutouts in each of his last two games.
•    Utah’s Ryan Walters is second with five game-winning goals.
•    Steelheads are 9-1-1 in their last 11 games.
•    Grizzlies are fifth with 32.09 shots per game.