Winning four games in a row and going 6-2-1 in its last nine games, Atlantic City has improved to 7-4-1 and moved atop the North Division with 15 points, two points ahead of Trenton (6-1-1) and Toledo (5-2-3). Atlantic City hosts Dayton on Tuesday, Wheeling on Friday and South Carolina on Saturday. The Bullies have won their last three home games to improve to 3-1-0 at Historic Boardwalk Hall.
Leading the Bullies offensively the last four games has been center Brett Nowak, who has scored two game-winning goals and seven assists. In his second professional season, the 23-year-old Nowak is second on the team and tied for fifth in the league with eight assists while ranking second on the team and tied for seventh in the league with 12 points.
Luke Curtin, who has seven assists in the last four games, leads the league in assists with 13 and is tied for the league scoring lead with 16 points. Jason Notermann, who has five points (4g-1a) in the last four games, is tied for the league lead with three game-winning goals while ranking second in goals with eight and tied for 11th in scoring with 11 points.