* Matt Noga leads the Cyclones in scoring with 21 points (6g-15a).
* Ryan Gaucher is tied for third among ECHL defensemen with four power-play goals.
* Mark Kielkucki is 2-0-0 with a 0.75 goals against average in his last two games.
* Cincinnati hosts Johnstown on Wednesday, Trenton on Friday and Wheeling on Saturday.
* Bombers have two shutouts and both have come against Toledo and both have been at Dayton.
* Shane Bendera ranks fourth in the ECHL with a 2.45 goals against average.
* Chris Thompson leads Dayton in scoring with 16 points (5g-11a).
* Dayton travels to Atlantic City on Friday, Johnstown on Saturday and Lexington on Sunday.
* Lukas Smital recorded his 200th career point as a Chief in Friday’s 4-2 win over Wheeling.
* J.F. Boutin has scored a goal in three straight games (four goals).
* Sam St. Pierre has nine points (3g-6a) in his last five games.
* Johnstown travels to Cincinnati on Wednesday, hosts Dayton on Saturday and travels to Richmond on Sunday.
Lexington Men O’ War
* Lexington is the only team in the ECHL that has not allowed a shorthand goal this season.
* Van Burgess recorded Men O’ War’s first-ever hat trick in 5-2 win against Roanoke on Saturday.
* Mark Smith leads Lexington in scoring with 16 points (8g-8a).
* Lexington hosts Peoria on Thursday and Saturday and Dayton on Sunday.
* Mathieu Chouinard is 3-1-0 with a 3.06 goals against average in his last four games.
* Darren Clark leads Peoria with 14 assists.
* Tyler Rennette ranks second in the ECHL with four game-winning goals.
* Peoria travels to Lexington on Thursday and Saturday before hosting Wheeling on Sunday.
* Toledo has scored one power-play goal in its last 22 chances (4.5 percent).
* Toledo has not scored a goal since November 24, a span of 133:51.
* Storm’s 2-0 loss against Peoria on Friday ended the longest home win streak in team history at 11 games.
* Toledo hosts Wheeling on Friday and Trenton on Saturday.
* Mario LaRocque leads ECHL defensemen with eight goals.
* Wheeling ranks 27th in the ECHL in goals allowed, averaging 4.13 goals per game.
* Bobby Russell has eight goals in his last 10 games.
* Nailers travel to Toledo on Friday, Cincinnati on Saturday and Peoria on Sunday.