· Justin Donati ranks third in the league with 24 power-play points (5g-19a).
· The Jackals have scored a league-high 68 goals in the second period.
· Elmira hosts Wheeling on Friday, Reading on Saturday and Trenton on Sunday.
· The Royals are 11-2-1 in their last 14 games.
· Rookie Ryan Donald is tied for the league lead with three shorthanded assists.
· Reading hosts Trenton on Wednesday, is at Elmira on Saturday and hosts Gwinnett on Sunday.
· The Devils equaled a season high on Wednesday with three power-play goals in a 5-4 win at Elmira
· Ryan Ginand is third in the ECHL in scoring with 61 points (23g-38a).
· Trenton is at Reading on Wednesday, hosts Gwinnett on Friday and Saturday and is at Elmira on Sunday.
· Casey Pierro-Zabotel ranks third in the league in plus-minus with a +19.
· Cincinnati is 12-4-9 in one-goal games.
· The Cyclones host Kalamazoo on Monday and Wednesday and Greenville on Friday before travelling to Kalamazoo on Saturday.
· The K-Wings are unbeaten in a season-high six consecutive games (5-0-1).
· Andrew Fournier leads the team with six game-winning goals.
· Kalamazoo is at Cincinnati on Monday and Wednesday, hosts Toledo on Friday and Cincinnati on Saturday and is at Toledo on Sunday.
· Willie Coetzee has four points (2g-2a) in his last five games.
· Toledo is 3-0-1 in shootouts this season.
· The Walleye host Wheeling on Wednesday, are at Kalamazoo on Friday and host Greenville on Saturday and Kalamazoo on Sunday.
· Patrick Killeen is tied for the league lead with three shutouts.
· The Nailers are third in the league on the power play at 20.0 percent (50-for-250).
· Wheeling is at Toledo on Wednesday, at Elmira on Friday and hosts Greenville on Sunday.
· The Everblades are first in the league on the penalty kill at 86.4 percent (228-for-264).
· Francis Lemieux leads the league with 72 points (28g-44a).
· The Everblades travel to South Carolina on Saturday and Sunday.
· Connor Shields leads the team, and is sixth in the league, at +18.
· The Road Warriors are 23-1-1 when leading after two periods.
· Greenville hosts Gwinnett on Tuesday and plays at Cincinnati on Friday, at Toledo on Saturday and at Wheeling on Sunday.
· Gwinnett is 16-0-0 when leading after two periods.
· Pat Galivan has recorded points in 11 of his last 16 games (6g-16a).
· The Gladiators play at Greenville on Tuesday, at Trenton on Friday and Saturday and at Reading on Sunday.
· Rob Ricci is on a four game point streak (2g-3a).
· Nate Kiser needs 12 penalty minutes to set a new all-time team record.
· South Carolina hosts Florida on Saturday and Sunday.
· The Aces are on a season-high five-game road win streak.
· Wes Goldie ranks second in the league with 30 goals.
· Alaska hosts Las Vegas on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
· Idaho is first with two shorthanded goals against.
· The Steelheads rank first on the power play at a 24.4 percent (61-for-250).
· Idaho is at Ontario on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
· Matt Clarke is fourth among ECHL defensemen with 117 shots.
· Utah is tied for the league lead with six shorthanded goals on the road.
· The Grizzlies are Victoria on Friday and Saturday.
· The Salmon Kings are 7-for-24 (29.2 percent) on the power play over the last five games.
· Kiel McLeod recorded nine points in his last seven games (3g- 6a).
· Victoria hosts Utah on Friday and Saturday.
· The Condors had a season-high 54 shots on goal on Friday against Ontario.
· Coach Marty Raymond won his 250th game with the Condors on Saturday.
· Bakersfield is at Stockton on Tuesday and hosts the Thunder on Friday and Saturday.
· Las Vegas is first on the penalty kill at home at 88.1 percent (89-of-101).
· Blair Riley ranks second among rookies with three shorthanded goals.
· The Wranglers are at Alaska on Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
· The Reign are 12-1-2 when leading after two periods.
· Jordan Morrison leads the team with 38 points (14g-24a).
· Ontario hosts Idaho on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and Stockton on Sunday.
· Stockton is 7-2-2 in its last 11 road games.
· Chris Lawrence has registered 10 points in his last seven games (7g-3a).
· The Thunder host Bakersfield on Tuesday, are at Bakersfield on Friday and Saturday and at Ontario on Sunday.