South Carolina Stingrays (1-1-0) at Greenville Road Warriors (0-2-0) 7 p.m. ET
· Braden Pimm leads South Carolina with seven shots on goal.
· Greenville’s Jacob Johnston is third among defensemen with 10 shots on goal.
· Frankie Simonelli scored shootout-winning goal on Saturday at Florida.
· Road Warriors are second with 36.50 shots per game.
Reading Royals (0-1-0) at Elmira Jackals (1-1-0) 7:05 p.m. ET
· Zach Davies leads Reading with two points (1g-1a).
· Elmira’s Allan McPherson leads rookies with a 66.7 percent shooting percentage (2-for-3).
· Royals are tied for second on the power play at 33.3 percent (1-for-3).
· Jackals have scored four of their eight goals in the third period.
Toledo Walleye (0-1-0) at Brampton Beast (0-0-0) 7:30 p.m. ET
· Dane Walters scored Toledo’s lone goal in Saturday’s season opener.
· Brampton’s Tyler Donati was 2010 ECHL Most Valuable Player with 114 points (38g-76a) with Elmira in 2009-10.
· Walleye are third with 36.00 shots per game.
· Beast head coach Brent Hughes makes his professional head coaching debut.
Orlando Solar Bears (2-0-0) at Florida Everblades (1-0-1) 7:30 p.m. ET
· Orlando’s Brad Ross is tied for the league lead with five points (3g-2a).
· Florida’s Allen York is tied for third with a 0.92 goals-against average.
· Solar Bears are tied for fourth with 4.00 goals per game.
· Everblades are fifth on the penalty kill at home at 88.9 percent (8-for-9).
Fort Wayne Komets (2-0-0) at Kalamazoo Wings (2-1-0) 7:30 p.m. ET
· Fort Wayne’s Pat Nagle is tied for the league lead with two wins.
· Kalamazoo’s Sacha Guimond is tied for the league lead with three power-play points (1g-2a).
· Komets have scored five of their nine goals in the third period.
· K-Wings are tied for second on the power play at 33.3 percent (5-for-15).
Wheeling Nailers (1-0-0) at Gwinnett Gladiators (0-1-0) 7:35 p.m. ET
· Wheeling’s Riley Brace is tied for second in the league with three goals.
· Gwinnett’s Joel Hanley scored his first pro goal on Saturday at Evansville.
· Nailers’ head coach Clark Donatelli will set new club record tonight by coaching his 201st game.
· The Gladiators went 1-for-4 on the power play in their season opener.
Missouri Mavericks (0-0-0) at Indy Fuel (0-1-2) 7:35 p.m. ET
· Missouri’s David Rutherford has 138 points (66g-72a) in 177 career ECHL games.
· Indy’s Rhett Bly scored his first pro goal on Wednesday against Kalamazoo.
· Mavericks’ head coach Richard Matvichuk won 1999 Stanley Cup title with the Dallas Stars.
· Fuel have scored five of their 11 goals in the first period.
Tulsa Oilers (0-0-0) at Allen Americans (0-0-0) 7:05 p.m. CT
· Tulsa head coach Bruce Ramsay is 345-280-65 as a professional head coach.
· Allen’s Aaron Dell was fourth in ECHL last season with a 2.14 goals-against average with Utah.
· Oilers play 24 of their 36 home games before the midway point of the season.
· Americans’ head coach Steve Martinson is 200-115-45 in five seasons as an ECHL head coach.
Rapid City Rush (1-1-0) at Quad City Mallards (0-0-0) 7:05 p.m. CT
· Kyle Stroh leads Rapid City with two goals.
· Quad City’s Kevin Baker, the 2009 ECHL Most Valuable Player, has 392 points (190g-202a) in 367 career ECHL games.
· Rush are 7-for-7 on the penalty kill through two games.
· Mallards’ head coach Terry Ruskowski went 96-80-20 as head coach of the Columbus Chill from 1991-94.
Colorado Eagles (2-1-0) at Utah Grizzlies (1-1-1) 7 p.m. MT
· Jonathan Parker leads Colorado with three goals and four points.
· Utah’s Danick Paquette leads the league with three power-play assists.
· Eagles lead the league with three shorthanded goals.
· Grizzlies’ Charles-Olivier Roussel is tied for second among defensemen with four points (1g-3a).
Idaho Steelheads (1-1-0) at Bakersfield Condors (2-2-0) 7 p.m. PT
· Idaho’s Olivier Roy is second with a 0.68 goals-against average.
· Bakersfield’s Jonathan Lessard leads the league with four goals.
· Steelheads have scored first in both of their first two games.
· Condors are 2-0-0 when leading after two periods.
Alaska Aces (0-4-0) at Stockton Thunder (2-1-0) 7:30 p.m. PT
· Alaska’s Quinn Sproule is tied for first among defensemen with two goals.
· Stockton’s Shawn Boutin is tied for first among defensemen in plus-minus at +4.
· Aces are fourth with 35.25 shots per game.
· Thunder are tied for second with one shorthanded goal.