Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
* Rookie Carl Corazzini is tied for the ECHL lead with two game-winning goals.
* Scott Stirling has one shutout and ranks third in the ECHL with a 1.63 goals against average.
* Atlantic City leads the ECHL allowing 1.75 goals per game.
* Bullies hosts Reading on Wednesday, Trenton on Thursday and travel to Wheeling on Saturday.
* Takahito Suzuki is tied for fifth among ECHL rookies with five points (3g-2a).
* Charlotte has six power-play goals and ranks fourth in power-play percentage (24 percent).
* Charlotte is tied for sixth in the ECHL averaging 4.0 goals per game.
* Checkers host Richmond on Wednesday and Roanoke on Friday.
* David Whitworth leads Greensboro and is tied for fifth in the ECHL with four goals.
* Generals have scored a power-play goal in four of their first five games.
* Matt Turek led Greensboro in scoring last week with four points (2g-2a) in three games.
* Generals host Reading in the home opener on Friday and Richmond on Saturday.
* Jeff Sanger made 32 saves in first professional start, a 5-3 win over Greensboro on Wednesday.
* Royals had team record tying four power-play goals on Wednesday against Greensboro.
* Jeff Giuliano leads ECHL rookies with eight assists and eight points.
* At Atlantic City on Wednesday, at Greensboro on Friday, host Trenton on Saturday, and at Wheeling on Sunday.
* Renegades won fifth consecutive home opener, 6-5 in overtime against Charlotte, on Friday.
* Richmond plays 10 of its first 13 games on the road.
* Leon Hayward, Jamie Herrington, Kerry Ellis-Toddington and Alex Matieroukine scored first pro goals on Friday.
* Play at Charlotte Wednesday, host Columbia Friday, visit Greensboro Saturday and at Lexington Sunday.
* Rick Kowalsky (4g-3a) and Dylan Gyori (2g-5a) are tied for team scoring lead with seven points.
* Rookie Sebastien LaPlante is 2-0-0 and tied for fourth in the ECHL with a 1.92 GAA.
* ECHL Defenseman of the Year Duncan Dalmao is out for up to three weeks with lacerated finger.
* Roanoke plays at Charlotte on Friday and at South Carolina on Saturday.
* David St. Germain leads the ECHL with 305 minutes and is tied for first with four wins.
* Scott Bertoli extended his point streak to six games and is tied for the ECHL lead with 11 points (5g-6a).
* Line of Syl Apps, Eric Betournay and B.J. Kilbourne combined for 15 points (6g-9a) in three games last week.
* Trenton travels to Atlantic City on Friday and plays at Reading on Saturday.