Gwinnett Pulls Away In South Division, American Conference

Posting back-to-back wins against Charlotte and a come-from-behind overtime win against South Carolina, Gwinnett extended its winning streak to eight games, one shy of the team record set earlier this season from Jan. 21-Feb. 11.

Gwinnett will play at Greenville on Friday and will host Charlotte on Saturday. The Gladiators are 3-4-1 against Greenville and 6-0-1 against Charlotte.

The Gladiators have registered a point in 27 of their last 32 games (24-5-3) to improve to 42-11-7 and lead the South Division and the American Conference with 91 points. The team record for points in a season is 92 set in 2003-04 while the team record for wins is 42 in 2003-04.

Gwinnett leads the league with 259 goals and 4.32 goals-per game while also sitting atop the ECHL with 2,276 shots and 37.93 shots-per game. The 259 goals is the most since the Gladiators played in Mobile in 1999-2000.

Jeff Campbell has a team-leading 29 goals and a team-high and career-high 75 points, surpassing the Gladiators record of 73 points set by Kevin Doell in 2003-04. The team record for points is 88 by Jason Elders in 1999-2000. Sean Fields picked up a pair of wins over the weekend to improve to 27-8-4 and surpass the team record of 25 wins set by Chad Alban in 1999-2000.