Posting back-to-back home wins against Long Beach and a road win at Trenton, Atlantic City extended its winning streak to four games and improved to 9-0-1 in its last 10 games. The Boardwalk Bullies are in first place in the North Division at 12-4-2 and lead the league with 12 wins and 26 points. Atlantic City travels to Toledo on Friday and to Johnstown on Saturday.
Going 1-0-1 over the weekend, Bakersfield is 10-1-2 and continues to lead the ECHL in winning percentage with .846 while leading the West Division with 22 points, one point ahead of Idaho (10-5-1) and Alaska (10-7-1). Bakersfield plays at Victoria on Sunday while Idaho plays at San Diego on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Alaska hosts Las Vegas on Friday and Saturday.
Charlotte, which leads the East Division at 11-4-1, is second in the league with 11 wins and 23 points despite losing its last two games. The Checkers play at Pee Dee on Friday and host Columbia on Saturday. Pee Dee has won its last three games to move into second place in the East at 10-4-2.
In the North Division, Wheeling (10-6-0) and Johnstown (7-3-6) are tied for second place with 20 points. Wheeling extended its winning streak to six games with home wins against Dayton and Trenton and a road win at Toledo. The Nailers will travel to Dayton on Thursday before playing at Peoria on Friday and Sunday. Johnstown plays at Dayton on Friday and at Trenton on Sunday while hosting Atlantic City on Saturday.
Winning three games in a row, Gwinnett is 8-3-4 and has moved into first place in the South Division with 20 points, four points ahead of Louisiana (7-3-2) and Pensacola (7-3-2). The Gladiators will host Greenville on Friday before traveling to Pensacola on Saturday and Texas on Sunday. Louisiana hosts Pensacola on Tuesday and Texas on Friday before visiting Augusta on Saturday. In addition to its games against Gwinnett and Louisiana, Pensacola will host Mississippi on Friday.