ECHL This Week – January 31
National Conference – North Division

Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
* Jason Notermann is tied for the ECHL lead with 10 power-play goals.
* Atlantic City has a plus-minus rating of -36 in January after being +59 in December.
* Bullies host Peoria on Wednesday, travel to Johnstown on Friday and return home to play Peoria on Saturday.

Dayton Bombers
* Bombers are 1-4-0 in the last five games, four of which were decided by one goal.
* Dayton’s power play was 8.9 percent in January after going 17.8 percent in December.
* Bombers host Reading on Friday and play at Charlotte on Saturday.

Johnstown Chiefs
* Johnstown is tied for the league lead with five home shorthand goals.
* Chiefs power play was 22 percent in December, but dropped to 9.4 percent in January.
* Chiefs play host to Atlantic City on Friday, San Diego on Saturday and Peoria on Sunday.

Peoria Rivermen
* Peoria has killed 29 straight power plays and ranks fourth on the penalty kill at 86.9 percent.
* Rivermen’s power play is at 21.2 percent in January, up from 12.3 percent in December.
* Peoria plays at Trenton on Tuesday, at Atlantic City on Wednesday and Saturday, and at Johnstown on Sunday.

Reading Royals
* Royals power play is 18.7 percent in January after being 11.5 percent in December.
* Ryan Kinasewich leads Reading with 35 points (14g-21a) and 11 power-play points (11).
* Royals play at Dayton on Friday and at Trenton on Sunday while hosting Toledo on Saturday.

Toledo Storm
* Toledo has a plus-minus rating of +30 in January after finishing -60 in December.
* Storm’s Scooter Smith has 10 points (4g-6a) in 13 games with Toledo.
* Toledo plays at Trenton on Friday and at Reading on Saturday and hosts San Diego on Wednesday.

Trenton Titans
* Jerramie Domish leads the team with five assists and a +6 rating in his last four games.
* Rick Kowalsky got his fifth game-winning goal in 4-3 overtime win against Atlantic City on Saturday.
* Titans host Peoria on Tuesday, Toledo on Friday, Wheeling on Saturday and Reading on Sunday.

Wheeling Nailers
* Joe Exter posted two 1-0 shutouts in his last three games (3-0-0).
* Nailers are tied for the most one-goal games in the league with 25 (15-8-2).
* Nailers host San Diego on Friday and Sunday while visiting Trenton on Saturday.