Brace, Renwick share AMI Graphics Plus Performer of the Month


Florida Everblades’ forward Adam Brace and Alaska Aces’ defenseman Evan Renwick are the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performers of the Month for March after leading the league with a plus-minus rating of +17 during the month.


Brace was even or better in each of his 14 games in March, including posting a +3 in a 6-4 win at Orlando on March 18 and in a 7-3 victory at Evansville on March 21.


The 26-year-old leads the Everblades this season with 33 goals and 65 points in 65 games, while ranking third on the club with a +28 rating.


A native of Cobden, Ontario, he has tallied 107 points (48g-59a) in 118 career ECHL games with Florida, Cincinnati and Stockton while adding eight points (3g-5a) in 12 career American Hockey League games with Charlotte and Bridgeport.


Renwick posted an even or better rating in all 10 games he played during the month, and ended March by posting back-to-back +4 ratings in an 8-4 win at Bakersfield on March 24 and in a 10-2 victory at Stockton on March 27.


The 25-year-old leads Alaska this season with a +20 rating and he has posted 11 points (2g-9a) in 21 games.


A native of Calgary Alberta, Renwick has appeared in 23 career ECHL games with Alaska and Orlando.


Brace and Renwick were teammates at Robert Morris University from 2010-13.


In recognition of their accomplishment, AMI Graphics will present Adam Brace and Evan Renwick with a personalized Plus Performer of the Month Banner during an on-ice ceremony at an upcoming home game.


Runners Up: Shawn Szydlowski, Fort Wayne (+16) and Wayne Simpson, South Carolina (+16).


Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Allen – Chad Costello (+10); Bakersfield – Nick Zappia (+1); Brampton – Tyler Stothers (+1); Cincinnati – Jack Combs (+4); Colorado – Nathan Moon (+4); Elmira – Matt Harlow (+3); Evansville – Travis Granbois, Luke Greiner, Donnie Harris, Braden Pimm, Dan Sova and Joe Zarbo (0); Greenville – Paul Rodrigues (+3); Gwinnett – Justin Buzzeo (0); Idaho – Wade MacLeod (+12); Indy – Mike Duco and Peter Schneider (+2); Kalamazoo – Gergo Nagy (6); Missouri – Lindsay Sparks (+7); Ontario – Matt White (+12); Orlando – Ben Johnson (+8); Quad City – Logan Nelson (+5); Rapid City – Kale Kerbashian (+9); Reading – Bryant Molle (+10); Stockton – Austin Levi and Keith Seabrook (0); Toledo – Tyler Elbrecht and Shane Sims (+2); Tulsa – Tommy Mele (+5); Utah – Ray Macias (+6); Wheeling – Derek Army (+12) and Wichita – RG Flath (+7).



OctoberCollin BowmanColorado Eagles
 Taylor VauseColorado Eagles
NovemberTrevor LudwigAllen Americans
 Mike LittleFlorida Everblades
DecemberChad CostelloAllen Americans
JanuaryEric SpringerGwinnett Gladiators
 Joe StejskalGwinnett Gladiators
FebruaryDerek DeBloisSouth Carolina Stingrays