Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
* Jake Moreland leads the league in consecutive starts (26), minutes (1673) and wins (18).
* Five players on Atlantic City each have multiple game-winning goals.
* Bullies’ host Bakersfield on Wednesday and Reading on Saturday while visiting Reading on Friday.
* Tyler Kolarik has 16 points (8g-8a) in 17 home games.
* Dayton is 2-5-1 in its last eight games, all of which have been decided by two goals or less.
* Bombers play host to Toledo on Friday and Wheeling on Saturday.
* Chiefs have six players who have scored three or more power-play goals.
* Johnstown has averaged 1.60 goals in the third period through five games in January.
* Chiefs play at Wheeling on Friday, returning home to play Toledo on Saturday and Wheeling on Sunday.
* Brian McCullough leads the Rivermen in points (36), goals (13) and game-winning goals (3).
* Rivermen average three goals per game in January.
* Peoria hosts Trenton on Friday and Saturday.
* Matt Yeats has won four straight starts, including two shootouts, with a 2.52 goals-against average.
* Graig Mischler has a nine-game road scoring streak (2g-11a) that began November 21.
* Royals host Bakersfield on Tuesday, Atlantic City on Friday and Toledo on Sunday while playing at Atlantic City on Saturday.
* Scott Fankhouser is 3-1-0 with a shutout, two shootout wins and a 1.44 goals-against average in his last four games.
* Storm have not scored a goal in the third period in each of the last five games.
* Toledo plays at Dayton on Friday, at Johnstown on Saturday and at Reading on Sunday.
* Trenton went 22.5 percent on the power play and 94.5 percent on the penalty kill last week.
* Trenton is 10-2-2 and has the league’s best overall road winning percentage at .733.
* Titans travel to Peoria to face the Rivermen on Friday and Saturday.
* Nailers are 3-3-2 in their last eight games, six of which have been decided by one goal.
* Ed McGrane, Mark Kosick and Kenny Corupe lead the Nailers in scoring with 22 points.
* Nailers play Johnstown at home on Friday and then travel to Dayton on Saturday and Johnstown on Sunday.