ECHL This Week – Central Division

Augusta Lynx
* Jason Saal is 4-1-1 with a 2.09 goals against average and two shutouts in six games in March.
* Terry Marchant has a four-game assist streak (4a) dating back to March 3.
* Augusta travels to Gwinnett on Tuesday before hosting Charlotte on Friday, Gwinnett on Saturday and Roanoke on Sunday.

Columbus Cottonmouths
* Cottonmouths ranks second in the ECHL on the penalty kill with 88.2 percent (254-for-288).
* J-F Plourde has a nine-game point streak (5g-6a) dating back to February 21.
* Columbus hosts Louisiana on Wednesday, Greenville on Friday and Florence on Saturday.

Gwinnett Gladiators
* Kevin Doell is tied for second among ECHL rookies with 26 goals and ranks third with 61 points.
* Trevor Prior is 5-1-3 with a 2.49 goals against average in his last nine games.
* Gwinnett hosts Augusta on Tuesday, Florence on Friday and Columbia on Sunday while traveling to Augusta on Saturday.

Louisisna IceGators
* Louisiana leads the ECHL on the power play with 23.2 percent (76-for-328).
* IceGators rank second in the ECHL in goals allowed with 2.34 goals per game.
* Louisiana travels to Columbus on Wednesday before hosting Mississippi on Friday and Pensacola on Saturday.

Mississippi Sea Wolves
* Jim Baxter leads ECHL defensemen with five power-play goals and ranks second with 60 points (16g-44a).
* Sea Wolves ranks second in the ECHL in scoring with 3.55 goals per game.
* Mississippi hosts Pensacola on Tuesday before traveling to Louisiana on Friday and Texas on Saturday and Sunday.

Pensacola Ice Pilots
*Corey Neilson ranks second in the ECHL with 53 assists and leads ECHL defensmen with 70 points.
* Brian Eklund leads the ECHL with 32 wins, 3,236 minutes and 1,915 saves.
* Pensacola travels to Mississippi on Tuesday, Texas on Friday and Louisiana on Saturday.

Texas Wildcatters
* Davis Parley ranks second in the ECHL with 1,502 saves and ranks fourth with a .929 save percent.
* Rookie John Snowden leads the team with 10 goals and ranks second with 21 points in 28 home games.
* Texas hosts Pensacola on Thursday and Mississippi on Saturday and Sunday.