ECHL This Week – Southern Division

Charlotte Checkers
* Charlotte is tied for second in the ECHL with two shorthand goals.
* Dusty Jamieson (3g-3a) and Allan Egeland (2g-4a) lead the Checkers in scoring.
* Charlotte hosts Greensboro on Friday before traveling to South Carolina on Saturday.

Columbia Inferno
* Barrie Moore is tied for eighth in the ECHL with a team-leading 11 points (4g-7a).
* Jesse Schultz’s five goals tie him for the ECHL lead among rookies and defensemen.
* Columbia hosts South Carolina on Monday and Greenville on Friday before traveling to Roanoke on Saturday.

Florence Pride
* Florence is 3-0-0 when Mark McRae scores a goal and 0-3-1 when he does not have a goal.
* Pride is 0-3-1 against Southern Division teams and 3-0-0 against the rest of the ECHL.
* Florence hosts Gwinnett on Friday and Greenville on Saturday.

Florida Everblades
* Keith Anderson is tied for the ECHL scoring lead with 14 points (6g-8a).
* Rob Zepp is 1-0-2 with a 2.25 goals against average and a .921 save percentage.
* Florida plays at Las Vegas on Tuesday, at Long Beach on Wednesday, at San Diego on Friday and Saturday and at Bakersfield on Sunday.

Greensboro Generals
* Geno Parrish ranks third among ECHL defensemen with seven assists.
* Greensboro is tied for fourth in the ECHL averaging 3.71 goals per game.
* Generals host Greenville on Thursday, travel to Charlotte on Friday and host Gwinnett on Saturday.

Greenville Grrrowl
* Greenville is third in the ECHL on the penalty kill with 95.2 percent (20-for-21).
* Grrrowl earned its first victory of the season with a 6-2 win against Augusta on Saturday.
* Greenville travels to Greensboro on Thursday, Columbia on Friday and Florence on Saturday.

Roanoke Express
* Tim O’Connell is tied for third among ECHL defensemen with four goals.
* Dave Belitski earned has first ECHL shutout in Sunday’s 2-0 win against Charlotte.
* Roanoke hosts Augusta on Friday.

South Carolina Stingrays
* Kirk Daubenspeck earned his first shutout of the season in Tuesday’s 3-0 win against Florence.
* South Carolina is tied for fourth in the ECHL in fewest goals allowed with 2.50 goals per game.
* Stingrays travel to Columbia on Monday before hosting Columbus on Friday and Charlotte on Saturday.