Central Division weekly

• Steve Martinson is 200-115-45 in five seasons as an ECHL coach.
• The Americans are 4-1-0 all-time in season openers.
• Allen hosts Tulsa on Friday and is at Wichita on Saturday.

Tyler Donati was ECHL Most Valuable Player in 2009-10 with Elmira.
• Brampton head coach Brent Hughes enters his first season with the club.
• The Beast host Toledo on Friday and Sunday.

Mike Clemente went 20-18-5 in 44 appearances with Evansville last season.
• The Mavericks face their former coach, Scott Hillman, on Friday at Indy.
• Missouri is at Indy on Friday and Fort Wayne on Saturday.

Kevin Baker was ECHL Most Valuable Player in 2008-09 with Florida.
• Quad City opens the season against Rapid City for the third time in the last four years.
• The Mallards host Rapid City on Friday and Saturday.

Kyle Stroh scored two goals in Rapid City’s season-opening win over Colorado.
• The Rush went 7-for-7 on the penalty kill in their first two games.
• Rapid City is at Quad City on Friday and Saturday.

• Bruce Ramsay enters his sixth season behind the Tulsa bench, he is the second-longest tenured coach in the Central Division.
• Tulsa plays 69 of its 72 games against Central Division opponents.
• The Oilers are at Allen on Friday and host Wichita on Sunday.

• Goaltender Tim Boron has appeared in 35 career ECHL games with Stockton and Las Vegas.
• Head coach Kevin McClelland won four Stanley Cups as a player with Edmonton.
• Wichita hosts Allen on Saturday and is at Tulsa on Sunday.