ECHL This Week – Southern Division

Charlotte Checkers
* Charlotte’s road penalty kill ranks second in the ECHL with 89.1 percent (115-for-129).
* Checkers went 284 minutes without a goal until Ryan Cuthbert’s shorthand goal in the third period of Saturday’s 3-1 win over Greenville.
* Checkers host South Carolina on Tuesday and travel to Greensboro on Thursday before hosting Florence on Friday and Columbia on Saturday.

Columbia Inferno
* Tim Smith is tied for second in the ECHL with 35 assists and ranks seventh in scoring with 50 points.
* Inferno leads the ECHL in scoring with 4.00 goals per game.
* Columbia hosts Columbus on Thursday and Gwinnett on Friday before traveling to Charlotte on Saturday.

Florence Pride
* Wes Goldie scored his 100th career goal in Friday’s 3-1 loss at Columbus.
* Pride’s home power play ranks third in the ECHL with 22.4 percent (24-for-107).
* Florence travels to Charlotte on Friday and hosts Greenville on Saturday.

Florida Everblades
* Brian McCullough is tied for the ECHL lead with 26 goals, seven game-winning goals and 55 points.
* Jeff Maund earned his second shutout of the season in Friday’s 2-0 win at Pensacola.
* Florida hosts Pensacola on Tuesday and South Carolina on Friday and Saturday.

Greensboro Generals
* Defenseman Geno Parrish leads the ECHL with 38 assists.
* Daniel Berthiaume leads the ECHL with four overtime wins and ranks second with 21 wins.
* Generals host Gwinnett on Wednesday and Charlotte on Thursday before traveling to Wheeling on Friday.

Greenville Grrrowl
* Jeff Zehr has nine assists in his last 10 games and leads the team with 21 assists.
* Grrrowl are 2-7-3 in one-goal games and 6-6-0 when leading after the first period.
* Greenville travels to Roanoke on Tuesday, Columbus on Friday and Florence on Saturday.

Roanoke Express
* Defenseman Duncan Dalmao is tied for fourth in the ECHL with 17 power-play assists.
* Rick Kowalsky leads the team with 20 goals and 45 points.
* Roanoke hosts Greenville on Tuesday before traveling to Dayton on Wednesday and Toledo on Friday and Saturday.

South Carolina Stingrays
* Kirk Daubenspeck earned his second shutout of the season in Saturday’s 2-0 win against Gwinnett.
* South Carolina’s road power play ranks third in the ECHL with 22.8 percent (21-for-92).
* Stingrays travel to Charlotte on Tuesday and Florida on Friday and Saturday.