Northeast Division – October 14

Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
Last Week: 2-0-0

*Luke Curtin scored with 11 seconds left to force overtime in a 4-3 shootout win on Friday.
*Rookie Jim Henke has two points (1g-1a) and is +2 in first two professional games.
*Scott Stirling is tied for the ECHL lead with two wins and one shutout.
*Atlantic City hosts Wheeling on Friday and travels to Reading on Saturday.

Charlotte Checkers
Last Week: 0-1-0

*Japanese player Takahito Suzuki scored hat trick in ECHL debut on Friday.
*Niklas Sundberg stopped all 20 shots he faced on Friday.
*Checkers were perfect 6-for-6 on the penalty kill on Friday.
*Charlotte travels to Richmond on Friday and to Roanoke Saturday.

Greensboro Generals
Last Week: 2-0-0

*Greensboro is 2-0 for the first time ever in its four-year history.
*David Whitworth had three goals in first two games.
*Daniel Berthiaume’s shutout on Saturday was team’s first since October 19, 2001.
*Visits Reading on Wednesday, at Roanoke on Friday, and at Augusta on Saturday.

Reading Royals
Last Week: 1-1-0

*Brian McCullough scored first hat trick in team history in Friday’s 7-3 win.
*Jeff Giuliano registered team record and ECHL season-high five assists in Friday’s win.
*Hosts Greensboro on Wednesday, travels to Trenton on Friday, hosts Atlantic City on *Saturday and returns to Trenton on Sunday.

Richmond Renegades
Last Week: 0-2-0

*Alex Matieroukine scored his first professional points with two assists in season opener.
*Richmond dressed seven rookies in opening night lineup.
*Renegades have won their last four home openers.
*Plays at Augusta on Tuesday and hosts Charlotte on Friday and Trenton on Saturday.

Roanoke Express
Last Week: 1-0-1

*Lost 4-3 in shootout at Atlantic City and won 3-2 in shootout at Trenton on Saturday.
*Rick Kowalsky and Dylan Gyori lead the Express with three points (1g-2a) each.
*Sebastien LaPlante made 26 saves in first professional win at Trenton on Saturday.
*Roanoke hosts Greensboro on Friday and Charlotte on Saturday.

Trenton Titans
Last Week: 2-0-1

*David St. Germain is tied for third in the ECHL with 68 saves.
*Eleven different players registered at least one point in first three games.
*Scott Bertoli, Kent Davyduke and Adam Edinger lead the team with four points each.
*Trenton hosts Reading on Friday and Sunday and travels to Richmond on Saturday.