ECHL Today – March 25

 

       

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

 

Fort Wayne Komets (42-15-6) at Elmira Jackals (31-25-7)                                   7:05 p.m. ET 

·      Fort Wayne’s Drew Daniels leads the league in plus-minus at +42.

·      Elmira’s Steven Shamanski is tied for third among rookie defensemen with 33 points (12g-21a).

·      Komets are second with 33.27 shots per game.

·      Jackals are 21-0-2 when leading after two periods.  

 

Toledo Walleye (43-13-6) at Wheeling Nailers (30-29-2)                                     7:05 p.m. ET 

·      Kyle Bonis leads Toledo against the Nailers with five goals and seven points.

·      Wheeling’s Zack Torquato is on an 11-game point streak since Feb. 28 (4g-10a).

·      Walleye are 35-4-2 when scoring first.

·      Nailers are 5-0-2 in games decided beyond regulation.  

 

Florida Everblades (43-13-7) at Reading Royals (41-16-6)                                   7:30 p.m. ET 

·      Adam Brace leads Florida with 31 goals and 64 points.

·      Reading’s Kevin Walrod is on a four-game goal streak since March 15 (4g).

·      Everblades are third with 3.75 goals per game.

·      Royals have outscored their opponents 83-60 in the third period.  

 

South Carolina Stingrays (39-18-7) at Cincinnati Cyclones (27-28-7)                  7:35 p.m. ET 

·      South Carolina’s Jeff Jakaitis is second with a 1.96 goals-against average.

·      Cincinnati’s Jack Downing has seven points (5g-2a) in six games with the club.

·      Stingrays lead the league with 26.22 shots-against per game.

·      Cyclones are league’s fourth-least penalized team with 13.77 penalty minutes per game.  

 

Allen Americans (41-14-8) at Tulsa Oilers (33-26-4)                                             7:05 p.m. CT 

·      Chad Costello leads Allen against the Oilers with 12 goals and 26 points.

·      Tulsa’s Kevin Carr is tied for second with 27 wins.

·      Americans are second on the power play on the road at 21.9 percent (37-for-169).

·      Oilers are tied for fifth with 3.54 goals per game.  

 

Quad City Mallards (31-27-7) at Wichita Thunder (30-25-8)                                 7:05 p.m. CT 

·      Mario Lamoureux leads Quad City against the Thunder with 12 points (3g-9a).

·      Wichita’s Mike Wilson is tied for fourth among defensemen with 43 points (12g-31a).

·      Mallards are tied for fifth with four shorthanded goals against.

·      Thunder are fourth with 27.89 shots-against per game.  

 

Idaho Steelheads (43-17-5) at Utah Grizzlies (32-24-8)                                       7 p.m. MT 

·      Wade MacLeod leads Idaho against the Grizzlies with 10 points (5g-5a).

·      Utah’s Alex Krushelnyski is seventh among rookies with 47 points (13g-34a).

·      Steelheads are second on the penalty kill on the road at 88.1 percent (126-for-143).

·      Grizzlies lead the league with 13 shorthanded goals.  

 

Stockton Thunder (19-44-1) at Ontario Reign (36-18-9)                                       7 p.m. PT 

·      Tyler Shattock leads Stockton with 53 points (20g-33a).

·      Ontario’s Matt Register is tied for fourth among defensemen with 12 goals.

·      Thunder are fifth on the power play at 19.8 percent (52-for-262).

·      Reign are 27-4-2 when scoring first.

 

Kelly Cup Playoffs Update

South Carolina can clinch a berth in the Kelly Cup Playoffs on Wednesday if:

South Carolina wins AND Elmira loses OR South Carolina loses in overtime/shootout AND Elmira loses in regulation

LONGEST WINNING STREAK, ONE SEASON
21 – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 7, 2015-Present)

17 – Cincinnati Cyclones (Jan. 13-Feb. 29, 2008)
15 – Victoria Salmon Kings (Dec. 6, 2008-Jan. 10, 2009)
14 – Louisiana IceGators (Nov. 23-Dec. 22, 2001)
     – Knoxville Cherokees (Dec. 28, 1993-Jan. 29, 1994)
13 – South Carolina Stingrays (Nov. 24-Dec. 19, 2009)
     – Las Vegas Wranglers (March 10-April 7, 2007)
12 – nine times, most recent:
       Reading Royals (Jan. 17-Feb. 11, 2015)

CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT REGULATION LOSS
23 – Texas Wildcatters, 18-0-5 (Nov. 18, 2007-Jan. 12, 2008)
21 – South Carolina Stingrays, 21-0-0 (Feb. 7, 2015-Present)
     – Richmond Renegades, 15-0-6 (Nov. 12-Dec. 30, 1995)
20 – Las Vegas Wranglers, 16-0-4 (Nov. 3-Dec. 21, 2007)

LONGEST ROAD WINNING STREAK
11 – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 7, 2015-Present)

10 – Long Beach Ice Dogs (Jan. 11-Feb. 17, 2006)
     – Las Vegas Wranglers (Nov. 22-Dec. 31, 2005)
     – South Carolina Stingrays (Nov. 2-Dec. 9, 2000)

LONGEST WINNING STREAK BY GOALTENDER, ONE SEASON
13 – Jeff Jakaitis, South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 15-Present)
     – Daniel Berthiaume, Roanoke Express (1994-95)
12 – Cory Cadden, Knoxville Cherokees (1993-94)
11 – seven times, most recent:
       Daniel Manzato, Las Vegas Wranglers (2007-08)

MOST CAREER COACHING WINS
491 – John Marks (Charlotte, 1993-98; Greenville, 1998-2006; Pensacola, 2007-08; Augusta, 2008-09)
480 – John Brophy (Hampton Roads, 1989-2000 and Wheeling, 2001-03)
477 – Jeff Pyle (Mobile, 1998-2002; Gwinnett, 2003-11; Evansville, 2013-14)
476 – Jason Christie (Peoria, 2000-05; Utah, 2005-08; Ontario, 2011-Present)
342 – Matt Thomas (Atlantic City, 2004-05; Fresno, 2005-08; Stockton, 2008-13)