Sea Wolves, Storm Extend
Home Win Streaks To 10 Games;
Bombers, Renegades End Skids

Mississippi and Toledo each extended their consecutive home win streaks to 10 games, one game shy of the tying the East Coast Hockey League season high set by Toledo and later tied by Peoria. The Storm won 11 consecutive home games from October 11-November 29 while Peoria won 11 in a row at home from December 31-January 24.

Mississippi beat Jackson 4-3 in overtime on Thursday for its 10th consecutive home win, breaking the team record of nine consecutive home wins set November 21-December 30, 1998. The Sea Wolves are 24-7-3 at home in 2002-03, breaking the team record of 23 home wins set in 1996-97 and tied in 1997-98.

Toledo won back-to-back home games against Peoria, 5-3 on Friday and 4-3 on Saturday. The Storm record for consecutive home wins is 18 games. Toledo won its final 11 home games of the 1992-93 regular season and its first seven home games of the 1993-94 season. Toledo has won 25 home games for the sixth time in its 12-year history and needs two wins to tie the team record of 27 set in 1995-96.

Dayton ended its team record and ECHL season-high 13-game winless streak with a 5-3 home win over Cincinnati on Sunday. The Bombers are winless in their last 12 road games (0-10-2), breaking the team record for longest road winless streak, six games in 1995-96.

Richmond ended its team record and ECHL season-high winless road streak at 15 games with a 5-1 win at Columbus on Saturday. The Renegades were 0-11-4 during the streak.