* Lynx opened season with five consecutive home games going 3-2-0.
* Rookie Geoffrey Faulkner is 3-0-0 and leads the ECHL with a 1.19 goals against average.
* Sergei Kuznetsov scored four points (2g-2a) in three games last week.
* Lynx play at Columbia on Thursday and Saturday, and at South Carolina on Friday.
* Shawn Wansborough has scored a point (3g-3a) in each of Columbia’s first five games.
* Inferno’s Patrick Couture is 4-0-1 and tied for the ECHL lead in wins.
* Columbia’s Rejean Stringer is tied for the ECHL lead with three power-play goals.
* Inferno hosts Augusta on Thursday and Saturday and travels to Richmond on Friday.
* J.J. Hunter has scored a goal in each of the Cottonmouths first four games.
* Mike Morrison is 1-0-1 and leads the ECHL with a .961 save percentage.
* Columbus was 2-2-2 against Greenville in 2001-02 with five games decided by two goals or less.
* Cottonmouths host Pee Dee Tuesday, play at Greenville Friday and host Greenville Saturday.
* Joe Blaznek leads Florida with one game-winning goal.
* Rob Zepp is 1-1-1 and ranks fourth in the ECHL with a .946 save percentage.
* Everblades rank eighth in the ECHL on the penalty kill (87.9 percent).
* Florida hosts Pee Dee in home opener on Friday and again on Saturday.
* Matt Demarski scored Greenville’s first short-handed goal of the season on Friday.
* Mikko Sivonen had four points (1g-3a) and was +4 in two games for the Grrrowl last week.
* Luke Sellers is tied for third among ECHL defensemen with two goals.
* Greenville travels to South Carolina on Tuesday and hosts Columbus on Friday and Saturday.
Pee Dee Pride
* Pride forward Matt Reid leads the ECHL with nine assists.
* Pee Dee’s Mike Glumac is second among ECHL rookies with seven points (4g-3a).
* Ron Vogel is tied for the ECHL lead with one shutout, a 3-0 win against Florida on Friday.
* Pee Dee travels to Columbus on Tuesday and is at Florida on Friday and Saturday.
South Carolina Stingrays
* The Stingrays are 3-0-0 with all three wins coming in shootouts.
* South Carolina leads the ECHL in power-play percentage (25.9 percent).
* Stingrays’ Kirk Daubenspeck leads the ECHL with three shootout wins.
* South Carolina hosts Greenville on Tuesday, Augusta on Friday and Roanoke on Saturday.