* Cyclones are 19-12-1 on the road and tied with Florida for most road wins.
* Cincinnati is 63-27-7 (.677) since the 2008 All-Star Game.
* Cyclones host Gwinnett on Wednesday and Thursday and play at Trenton on Saturday and Sunday.
* Dayton has won its last three games with Wheeling and is 4-1-2 at home and 7-3-2 overall in season series against the Nailers.
* Joe Van Culin (0g-3a) and Les Reaney (2g-1a) have three points in their last three games.
* Dayton plays at Wheeling on Friday and hosts Gwinnett at Hobart Arena on Saturday and Sunday.
* Rookie Colton Yellow Horn leads the Jackals in the last six games with five assists and eight points.
* Michael Teslak has won his last two starts and is 5-2-0 with a goals-against average of 2.74 in his last seven games.
* Jackals host Trenton on Tuesday and Johnstown on Friday and Saturday before visiting Johnstown on Sunday.
* Johnstown has not lost back-to-back home games since Jan. 2 and 3.
* Overtime loss at Wheeling on Sunday was the first time since Feb. 8 that Chiefs registered a point in a road game.
* Johnstown plays at Elmira on Friday and Saturday and hosts Elmira on Sunday.
* Royals are 16-2-0 when holding their opponent to two goals or less.
* Chris Stevens and Kirk MacDonald are tied for the team lead with three game-winning goals.
* Royals host Trenton on Friday and play at Wheeling on Saturday and Sunday.
* Ryan Gunderson needs two assists to tie the team record of 48 assists by Scott Bertoli in 2006-07.
* Eric Castonguay has 19 points (7g, 12a) in his last 12 games.
* Trenton plays at Elmira on Tuesday and at Reading on Friday before hosting Cincinnati on Saturday and Sunday
* Nailers have won their last five home games to improve to 18-9-4 at WesBanco Arena.
* Billy Ryan has a six-game point streak (4g-8a) including career-high five points (2g-3a) on Saturday at Johnstown.
* Nailers host Dayton on Friday and Reading on Saturday and Sunday.