|• Andrew Yogan has at least one point in all four games. |
• The Cyclones are 3-0-0 when scoring first.
• Cincinnati hosts Indy on Friday and Wheeling on Saturday before visiting Toledo on Sunday.
|• Myles Bell scored his first pro goal on Friday at Indy. |
• Evansville is the only ECHL team to have not lost in regulation (3-0-1).
• The IceMen host Elmira on Wednesday and Wheeling on Friday and visit Toledo on Saturday.
|• Mitchell Heard is on a four-game point streak (3g-1a). |
• The Komets’ streak of 21 straight successful penalty kills was snapped on Saturday.
• Fort Wayne visits Reading on Friday and Saturday.
|• Robert Czarnik leads the league with three power-play goals. |
• Indy has played a league high four games that have gone beyond regulation.
• The Fuel are at Cincinnati on Friday and Wheeling on Sunday.
|• Curtis Valk leads rookies with 11 points (4g-7a). |
• The K-Wings lead the league with 4.29 goals per game.
• Kalamazoo hosts Elmira on Friday and Saturday.
|• Anthony Luciani is on a five-game point streak (2g-5a). |
• Toledo is 3-1-0 on the road.
• The Walleye visit South Carolina on Tuesday and host Evansville on Saturday and Cincinnati on Sunday.
|• Three of Zach Yuen‘s five points have come on the power play, giving him the team lead in that category. |
• The Nailers are 14-for-14 on the penalty kill on the road.
• Wheeling is at Evansville on Friday and Cincinnati on Saturday and hosts Indy on Sunday.