Gazley is AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month


PRINCETON, N.J. – Elmira Jackals forward Dustin Gazley is the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month for January after leading the league with a plus-minus rating of +13.


Gazley was even or better in 10 of Elmira’s 11 games in January, including a season-high +4 on Jan. 27 against Trenton. He was a +2 on Jan. 6 against Trenton, Jan. 11 against Evansville and Jan. 21 at Reading.


The 24-year-old leads the Jackals, and is tied for fourth in the ECHL, with 49 points (14g-35a) in 37 games this season. The reigning ECHL Rookie of the Year, Gazley led the league last season with 85 points (25g-60a) in 72 games. He represented the Jackals at last week’s ECHL All-Star Game, and scored the final goal in the ECHL All-Stars 7-3 win against Colorado.


In recognition of his accomplishment, AMI Graphics will present Dustin Gazley with a personalized Plus Performer of the Month Banner during an on-ice ceremony at an upcoming Jackals’ home game.


Runner Up: Louie Caporusso, Elmira (+10)


Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Alaska – William Wrenn (+6); Bakersfield – Scott Enders and Nicholas Tremblay (+2); Cincinnati – David Pacan and Jeff Winchester (+4); Colorado – Jason Beatty, Jake Marto and Joey Sides (+3); Evansville – Anthony Nigro, Trent Vogelhuber and Sebastian Wannstrom (+2); Florida – Matthew Pistilli and Brody Sutter (+4); Fort Wayne – Mike Hoban, Daniel Nycholat and Brett Smith (+6); Greenville – Lee Baldwin (+9); Gwinnett – Corey Fienhage (+5); Idaho – James Isaacs (+9); Kalamazoo – Alexandre Grenier (+7); Las Vegas – Chris Francis, Nolan Julseth-White and Andrew Sarauer (+4); Ontario – Cameron Burt (+9); Orlando – Ryan Blair(+4); Reading – David Marshall and Dustin Stevenson (+8); San Francisco – Cody Carlson (+7); South Carolina – Chris Langkow (+7); Stockton – Cameron Brodie (+7); Toledo – Cody Lampl (+7); Trenton – Bryan Haczyk (+2); Utah – Nick Tuzzolino (+2) and Wheeling – Cody Chupp (+5).



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