* Played two games in last two weeks and six games overall, the fewest of any team in the ECHL.
* Wednesday’s game against Toledo marks first home game since October 12.
* Ryan Gaucher leads Cincinnati with five points (2g-3a).
* Cyclones host Toledo on Wednesday, Lexington on Friday and Peoria on Saturday.
* Andrew Williamson has scored three goals in his last four games.
* Goaltender Shane Bendera leads the ECHL with a .952 save percentage and a 1.35 GAA.
* Bombers lead the ECHL in home shorthand goals with three.
* Dayton travels to Reading on Friday and plays at Atlantic City on Saturday.
* Vladimir Nemec has three goals in his last five games.
* Pierre-Luc Courchesne scored his first professional goal in 4-3 loss against Lexington on Friday.
* Dominic Forget leads Johnstown with 11 points (2g-9a).
* Chiefs host Wheeling on Friday and Reading on Saturday before visiting Lexington on Sunday.
Lexington Men O’ War
* Van Burgess scored his 500th career point (217g-283a) in 3-2 loss at Greensboro on Friday.
* Six of first 10 games have been decided by one goal with Men O’ War going 2-2-2.
* Mark Smith leads team with three goals, three assists, six points and two game-winning goals.
* Lexington plays at Cincinnati on Friday and at Toledo on Saturday, hosts Johnstown on Sunday.
* Tyler Rennette is tied for the ECHL lead with six power-play goals.
* Jason Lawmaster is tied for second among ECHL defensemen with five goals.
* Peoria leads the ECHL in goals allowed with 2.22 per game.
* Peoria travels to Toledo on Friday and visits Cincinnati on Saturday.
* Storm is 6-0-0 at home and 7-0-0 when leading after the first period.
* Nick Parillo is second among ECHL rookies with 14 points (6g-8a).
* Grady Moore is tied for fifth among ECHL defensemen with nine points (3g-6a).
* Storm travels to Cincinnati on Wednesday and hosts Peoria on Friday and Lexington on Saturday.
* Wheeling is 27th in the ECHL in goals allowed averaging 4.62 per game.
* Zenon Konopka (4g-7a) and Chris McNamara (3g-8a) are tied for fourth in scoring among ECHL rookies.
* Wheeling is 0-6-0 on the road and 0-8-0 when trailing after the second period.
* Nailers play at Johnstown on Friday, at Roanoke on Saturday and at Cincinnati on Sunday.