ECHL Today – Nov. 21


 

Norfolk Admirals (5-10-0) at Manchester Monarchs (7-6-0)                            7 p.m. ET
•    Norfolk’s Ty Rimmer is second with 389 saves.
•    Manchester’s Matt Leitner is tied for third among rookies with 13 points (4g-9a).
•    Admirals are tied for seventh on the penalty kill at 87.3 percent (62-for-71).
•    Monarchs lead the league with 36.38 shots per game.

Wheeling Nailers (9-5-1) at Florida Everblades (11-6-0)                                7 p.m. ET
•    Wheeling’s Riley Brace has four goals in his last three games.
•    Florida’s Matt Marquardt is third with 18 points (5g-13a).
•    Nailers are third with 33.53 shots per game.
•    Everblades have outscored their opponents 24-13 in the first period.

Reading Royals (8-5-0) at Elmira Jackals (7-7-0)                                           7:05 p.m. ET
•    Justin Crandall leads Reading against the Jackals with eight points (1g-7a).
•    Elmira’s Nathan Oystrick is tied for the league lead with six power-play assists.
•    Royals are 13-for-13 on the penalty kill on the road.
•    Jackals are 6-0-0 when leading after two periods.

South Carolina Stingrays (7-6-2) at Atlanta Gladiators (7-5-1)                       7:05 p.m. ET
•    South Carolina’s Vitek Vanecek is fifth with 631 minutes played.
•    Atlanta’s Derek Nesbitt leads the league with eight power-play points (4g-4a).
•    Stingrays are 6-0-2 when scoring first.
•    Gladiators are 3-0-1 in one-goal games.

Fort Wayne Komets (7-5-0) at Toledo Walleye (6-5-3)                                   7:15 p.m. ET
•    Fort Wayne’s Jordon Southorn is tied for first among defensemen in plus-minus at +11.
•    Toledo’s Marek Tvrdon is tied for second with three game-winning goals.
•    Komets are third on the power play on the road at 29.4 percent (5-for-17).
•    Walleye are 5-1-1 when scoring first.

Quad City Mallards (7-5-3) at Indy Fuel (8-3-1)                                              7:35 p.m. ET

•    Quad City’s Raphael Bussieres leads the league with four game-winning goals.
•    Indy’s Shane Owen is fifth with a .934 save percentage.
•    Mallards are 5-1-1 when outshooting their opponent.
•    Fuel are first on the penalty kill at home at 91.7 percent (11-for-12).

Orlando Solar Bears (8-3-2) at Cincinnati Cyclones (8-3-2)                            7:35 p.m. ET
•    Orlando’s Jack Rodewald is tied for third among rookies with nine assists.
•    Cincinnati’s Joe Pendenza is on a six-game point streak since Nov. 10 (3g-5a).
•    Solar Bears lead the league with five shorthanded goals.
•    Cyclones have outscored their opponents 14-5 in the first period.

Missouri Mavericks (12-2-1) at Wichita Thunder (5-9-1)                                  7:05 p.m. CT
•    Kellen Jones leads Missouri against the Thunder with six points (1g-5a).
•    Peter Sakaris leads Wichita with 10 points (4g-6a).
•    Mavericks are league’s least-penalized team with 9.47 penalty minutes per game.
•    Thunder are 3-0-1 when leading after two periods.

Kalamazoo Wings (7-8-1) at Evansville IceMen (3-9-0)                                  7:15 p.m. CT
•    Kalamazoo’s Adam Phillips is tied for first among defensemen with three power-play goals.
•    Daultan Leveille leads Evansville with eight points (5g-3a).
•    K-Wings are tied for sixth with two shorthanded goals.
•    IceMen have scored 12 of their 24 goals in the third period.

Tulsa Oilers (4-6-2) at Allen Americans (11-5-0)                                             7:35 p.m. CT
•    Tulsa’s Phil Brewer is fifth among rookies with a 26.7 percent shooting percentage (4-for-15).
•    Allen’s Chad Costello is second with 19 points (5g-14a).
•    Oilers are sixth with 27.92 shots-against per game.
•    Americans are tied for fourth on the penalty kill at home at 88.9 percent (24-for-27).

Idaho Steelheads (5-7-4) at Colorado Eagles (5-8-2)                                     7:05 p.m. MT
•    Idaho’s Zack Kamrass is tied for second among rookies with five power-play points (1g-4a).
•    Colorado’s Jake Marto is tied for fourth among defensemen with 11 points (1g-10a).
•    Ten of the Steelheads’ 16 games have been decided by one goal.
•    Eagles lead the league with 23.07 shots-against per game.

Utah Grizzlies (9-5-1) at Rapid City Rush (6-5-2)                                            7:05 p.m. MT
•    Utah’s Ryan Faragher is fourth with a .936 save percentage.
•    Rapid City’s Michael Young is tied for third among defensemen with a 22.2 percent shooting percentage (2-for-9).
•    Grizzlies are tied for second with four shorthanded goals.
•    Rush are 6-3-2 against West Division opponents.