Today In The ECHL – November 25

Cincinnati Cyclones (8-8-0) at Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies (11-5-0) 7:05 ET

* Cincinnati was 2-2-0 against Atlantic City in 2002-03 and is 4-3-0 all-time in the regular season.
* First meeting since Atlantic City defeated Cincinnati 3-2 in Game 7 of the 2003 Kelly Cup Northern Conference Finals on May 3.
* Cyclones are tied for fourth in the ECHL in goals allowed with 2.44 goals per game.
* Bullies’ Scott Stirling is tied for second in the ECHL with nine wins and is fourth with a 1.69 goals against average.

Mississippi Sea Wolves (8-5-4) at Pensacola Ice Pilots (7-6-1) 7:05 CT

* Pensacola is 2-0-0 against Mississippi in 2003-04 after a 6-2 win on November 1.
* Sea Wolves’ Steffon Walby is tied for second in the ECHL with 25 points (8g-17a).
* Ice Pilots’ Greg Chambers has two goals and three assists in two games against Mississippi.
* Mississippi’s Louis Dumont has 688 career points and needs one point to tie Rod Taylor for the all-time ECHL lead.

ECHL Career Scoring Leaders
1. 689 – Rod Taylor, 1991-2003, 678 games
2. 688 – Louis Dumont, 1994-Present, 579 games
3. 685 – Darryl Noren, 1990-2000, 549 games
4. 634 – Trevor Jobe, 1989-99, 352 games
5. 611 – Chris Valicevic, 1993-2002, 590 games

Fresno Falcons (7-7-1) at Idaho Steelheads (10-7-0) 7:05 MT

* Idaho was 9-4-1 against Fresno in 2002-03 and is 26-17-3 all-time in the regular season.
* Fresno’s Terry Friesen is 3-1-1 with a 3.46 goals against average in his last five games.
* Steelheads’ Zenon Konopka has three goals and four assists in his last five games.
* Greg Bullock leads the Falcons with 12 assists and 19 points.

Alaska Aces (9-7-0) at San Diego Gulls (6-4-2) 7:05 PT

* Alaska is 2-0-0 with a 0.50 goals against average against San Diego after a 3-0 shutout on November 12.
* Gulls’ Trevor Koenig is 4-1-2 in his last seven games and is tied for the ECHL lead with two shutouts.
* Aces’ Charles Linglet has five points (1g-4a) in two games against San Diego and leads ECHL rookies with 13 assists and 21 points.
* Gulls’ penalty kill ranks seventh in the ECHL with 85.7 percent (66-for-77).