ECHL This Week – Northern Division

Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies
* Atlantic City leads the ECHL averaging 6.00 goals per game.
* Jim Henkel is tied for the ECHL lead with four goals and tied for second with six points.
* Bullies host Roanoke on Wednesday and Long Beach on Saturday.

Cincinnati Cyclones
* Mark Concannon, Brian Passmore, Michael Chin and John Cronin all had first pro goals last weekend.
* Ryan Brindley is tied for the ECHL lead among defensemen in scoring with four points (1g-3a).
* Cyclones host Toledo on Wednesday, Roanoke on Friday and Dayton on Saturday.

Dayton Bombers
* Janne Jokila tallied three assists in Saturday’s 5-3 loss against Cincinnati.
* Ten of the Bombers 19 players are in their first professional season.
* Dayton hosts Johnstown on Friday and travels to Cincinnati on Saturday.

Johnstown Chiefs
* NHL All-Star Arturs Irbe made 26 saves in Chiefs’ 4-1 home-opening win on Saturday.
* Brent Kelly is tied for the ECHL lead with four goals and two game-winning goals.
* Johnstown hosts Texas on Wednesday and travels to Dayton on Friday.

Peoria Rivermen
* Alex Kim leads the Rivermen with a power-play goal and two goals.
* Trevor Baker had the primary assist on the game-tying and game-winning goals Friday.
* Peoria hosts Wheeling on Friday and Saturday.

Reading Royals
* Reading sold out the Sovereign Center on Saturday, the 21st sellout in Royals’ history.
* Royals are off to a 2-0-0 start for the first time in team history.
* Royals play at Toledo on Friday and Saturday.

Toledo Storm
* Nick Parillo leads Toledo with three points and is tied for the team lead with two goals.
* Drew MacIntyre had an ECHL season-high 52 saves in 2-1 overtime win at Peoria.
* Toledo plays at Cincinnati on Wednesday and hosts Reading on Friday and Saturday.

Trenton Titans
* First time in five-year history that Titans have begun a season without a win in the opening weekend.
* Trenton is 1-for-20 (5.00 percent) on the power play in three games this season.
* Titans host Long Beach on Friday.

Wheeling Nailers
* Wheeling won its season opener, 6-5 against Roanoke on Saturday, for the first time since 1998-99.
* First time in history that Wheeling has started the season 2-0-0.
* Wheeling plays at Peoria on Friday and Saturday.