Louisiana set ECHL records for most points (116), highest winning percentage (.806), most wins (56), most home wins (30), most road wins (26), fewest home losses (2), most shutouts (10), fewest goals against (156), and lowest goals against average (2.17).
Johnstown’s Frederic Deschenes won 25 games, marking the fourth consecutive season he won 20 or more games, tying the ECHL record for consecutive 20-win seasons by a goaltender.
Rod Taylor, who played for Richmond and Roanoke, played in his 600th career game breaking Bob Woods’ ECHL record of 599 games. Taylor, who has 643 career games, is the all-time leader with 360 goals and ranks second with 670 points.
Louisiana tied the ECHL record with a 14-game winning streak from Nov. 23-Dec. 22.
Mobile set the ECHL record for most ties with 18.
Arkansas tied the ECHL record for fewest overtime/shootout losses with four.
Reading set the ECHL records for fewest goals scored (182) and lowest goals-per-game average (2.53).
Trenton won its first eight games of the season tying the ECHL record set by Dayton in 1994.
Louisiana’s Frederic Cloutier set the ECHL record for lowest goals against average (1.84) and highest save percentage (.945) and tied the ECHL record for most shutouts (7).
Jackson’s Andrew Allen set an ECHL playoff record with 78 saves in Jackson’s 5-4 triple overtime win at Louisiana on April 5.
Mobile’s Greg Hewitt set the ECHL record for most ties by a goaltender with 15.
Greensboro set the ECHL record for fewest home wins with nine.
Dayton qualified for the postseason for the 11th consecutive season tying the ECHL record held by Hampton Roads.
Louisiana set an ECHL playoff record with 82 shots on goal in a 5-4 triple overtime loss to Jackson on April 5.
Louisiana (82) and Jackson (57) combined for an ECHL playoff record 139 shots in Jackson’s 5-4 triple overtime win at Louisiana on April 5.
Jackson won 5-4 at 15:19 of the third overtime on April 5 at Louisiana, ending the second-longest game in ECHL history at 115:19.