Kingfish Held Scoreless In
ECHL Record 268:43

Losing 5-0 at Jackson on Saturday, Baton Rouge extended its string of consecutive games being shut out to four, the most in ECHL history. Baton Rouge has not scored since Joe Guenther scored at 16:17 of the second period of a 4-3 shootout win against South Carolina on March 8, a span of 268:43, also the longest in ECHL history.

The Kingfish will try to end the scoreless streak on Tuesday when they travel to Mississippi.

Baton Rouge has been shut out five times in its last six games and 10 times overall, tying the ECHL record set by the Wheeling Nailers in 1998-99.

The National Hockey League record for most consecutive games shut out is eight set by the Chicago Blackhawks in 1928-29. The American Hockey League record for longest streak to be shut out by opponents is 258:49 set by New Haven in 1938-39.