ECHL This Week – January 3
National Conference – West Division

Alaska Aces
* Chris Minard leads the team with 15 goals, seven more than Joe Talbot and Charles Linglet.
* Six of Alaska’s next 10 games will be against Victoria.
* Aces play at Victoria on Tuesday and Wednesday then host Victoria on Friday and Saturday.

Bakersfield Condors
* Condors have out shot their opponents in 23 of 30 games.
* Bakersfield has played three games in three nights four times and is 3-0-1 in the third games.
* Condors visit Trenton on Wednesday, Reading on Friday, Johnstown on Saturday and Trenton on Sunday.

Fresno Falcons
* Falcons went 4-2-1 on recent road trip, improving to 5-7-1 overall on the road.
* Dan Tessier leads the team in game-winning goals (4), assists (18) and points (29).
* Falcons host Peoria on Tuesdayand San Diego on Friday before visiting San Diego on Saturday.

Idaho Steelheads
* Steelheads lost back-to-back home games for the first time this season.
* David Morisset leads the team in scoring with 17 points (7g-10a) in 26 games.
* Idaho hosts Long Beach on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Las Vegas Wranglers
* Jason Spence has two game-winning goals and four points (2g-2a) in his last two games.
* Chris Stanley (6 ppg) and Dustin Johner (5 ppg) lead ECHL rookies in power-play goals.
* Wranglers host San Diego on Tuesday and Peoria on Friday and Saturday.

Long Beach Ice Dogs
* Evan Cheverie leads the team with 14 assists and is second in scoring with 24 points.
* Ice Dogs rank second in the league in goals-allowed with 2.24 per game.
* Long Beach plays at Idaho on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

San Diego Gulls
* In their last 13 games, Gulls are 10-3-0 and have outscored opponents 47-32.
* San Diego averages 4.43 goals per game in wins and 1.50 goals per game in losses.
* Gulls travel to Las Vegas on Tuesday and Fresno on Friday while hosting Peoria on Wednesday and Fresno on Saturday.

Victoria Salmon Kings
* Brad Dexter is tied for the ECHL lead among defensemen with 23 points (6g-17a).
* Ryan Finnerty and Rob Voltera are tied for the team lead with nine goals apiece.
* Victoria hosts Alaska on Tuesday and Wednesday and travels to Alaska on Friday and Saturday.