Cincinnati Cyclones (6-5-0) at Kalamazoo Wings (5-4-1) 7 p.m. ET
- Andrew Yogan leads Cincinnati with six goals and 11 points.
- Kalamazoo’s Dajon Mingo leads the league with six power-play points (0g-6a).
- Cyclones are 5-0-0 when leading after one period.
- K-Wings are league’s least-penalized team with 10.10 penalty minutes per game.
Brampton Beast (3-1-3) at Elmira Jackals (2-5-2) 7:05 p.m. ET
- Brampton’s Mike Vernace leads the league with two shootout goals.
- Daultan Leveille leads Elmira with five points (1g-4a).
- Beast have gone beyond regulation in six of their seven games.
- Jackals are league’s third-least penalized team with 10.78 penalty minutes per game.
Manchester Monarchs (5-4-1) at Norfolk Admirals (1-7-1) 7:30 p.m. ET
- Manchester’s Justin Agosta is tied for the league lead in plus-minus at +10.
- Domenic Alberga and Nick MacNeil lead Norfolk with two goals each.
- Monarchs are third with 26.80 shots-against per game.
- Admirals have scored five of their 10 goals in the third period.
Florida Everblades (7-0-1) at Atlanta Gladiators (5-5-2) 7:35 p.m. ET
- Florida’s Anthony Peters is second with a .950 save percentage.
- Atlanta’s Thomas Frazee is tied for the league lead with three power-play goals.
- Everblades lead the league with 1.50 goals-against per game.
- Gladiators have outscored their opponents 14-5 in the first period.
Reading Royals (6-3-1) at Wheeling Nailers (4-3-1) 7:35 p.m. ET
- Reading’s Steven Swavely is tied for second among rookies with 10 points (4g-6a).
- Wheeling’s Kevin Schulze is tied for second among rookies with three power-play points (0g-3a).
- Royals are 3-0-1 in one-goal games.
- Nailers are fourth on the power play at home at 28.6 percent (6-for-21).
Toledo Walleye (8-2-0) at Quad City Mallards (5-3-1) 7:05 p.m. CT
- Toledo’s Cal Heeter is tied for second with five wins.
- Quad City’s Jace Coyle is tied for first among defensemen with two power-play goals.
- Walleye lead the league with seven road wins (7-1-0).
- Mallards are fourth with 27.56 shots-against per game.
Tulsa Oilers (10-2-0) at Wichita Thunder (4-2-0) 7:05 p.m. CT
- Tulsa’s Jamie Phillips is second among rookie goaltenders with a 2.16 goals-against average.
- Wichita’s Scott Greenham is sixth with a .933 save percentage.
- Oilers are 7-0-0 when scoring first.
- Thunder lead the league on the penalty kill at 90.9 percent (20-for-22).
Fort Wayne Komets (5-2-2) at Missouri Mavericks (3-5-1) 7:30 p.m. CT
- Fort Wayne’s Mike Cazzola is tied for first among rookies with two power-play goals.
- Missouri’s Sam Povorozniouk is tied for fourth among rookies with a 23.5 percent shooting percentage (4-for-17).
- Komets are tied for the league lead with three shorthanded goals.
- Mavericks are tied for first on the power play at home at 37.5 percent (3-for-8).
Allen Americans (4-7-0) at Utah Grizzlies (6-4-0) 7 p.m. MT
- Allen’s Greger Hanson is tied for the league lead with 47 shots on goal.
- Utah’s Ryan Faragher is tied for second with five wins.
- Americans are sixth with 33.82 shots per game.
- Grizzlies are fourth on the penalty kill at home at 93.8 percent (15-for-16).
Rapid City Rush (2-8-1) at Colorado Eagles (5-3-3) 7:05 p.m. MT
- Rapid City’s Lindsay Sparks is tied for the league lead with 17 points (8g-9a).
- Matt Garbowsky leads Colorado against the Rush with seven points (2g-5a).
- Rush are 2-0-0 when leading after one period.
- Eagles are tied for the league lead with two wins when trailing after two periods (2-2-2).
Adirondack Thunder (7-1-2) at Idaho Steelheads (5-5-1) 7:10 p.m. MT
- Adirondack’s Phil Lane is tied for second with three game-winning goals.
- Idaho’s Jefferson Dahl is on a nine-game point streak since Oct. 21 (4g-10a).
- Thunder are 6-0-0 on the road.
- Steelheads are tied for third with 15 goals in the third period.
Indy Fuel (2-6-1) at Alaska Aces (6-2-0) 7:15 p.m. AKT
- Kevin Lynch leads Indy with seven points (3g-4a).
- Alaska’s Tim Coffman is on a seven-game point streak since Oct. 22 (8g-3a).
- Fuel are third on the penalty kill at 89.7 percent (26-for-29).
- Aces have outscored their opponents 11-4 in the first period.