* Trevor Cunning had 38 saves in his first professional start, a 3-2 win at Pensacola on Saturday.
* Lynx are 3-1-1 despite outscoring its opponents by a total of one goal (13-12).
* Lynx travel to face division rival Florida on Friday and Saturday.
* Charlotte is 1-0-0 in regulation games and 3-0-1 in games going past regulation.
* Luke Stauffacher has three goals in his last two games.
* Checkers play a home-and-home series against South Carolina on Saturday (away) and Sunday (home).
* Inferno has had four of its six games decided by one goal going 3-0-1.
* Derek Eastman ranks third among ECHL defensemen with six points (1g-5a).
* Inferno plays at Pensacola on Friday and Saturday.
* Steve Saviano, Paul Cabana and Daniel Sisca lead the team in scoring with three points each.
* Florida lost season opener for the first time in four years and home opener for the first time ever.
* Everblades will host Augusta on Friday and Saturday.
* Greenville has outscored opponents 9-3 in the third period, more than any other team in the league.
* Brock Radunske is tied for second in the league with five goals.
* Grrrowl travels to South Carolina on Tuesday before returning home to face Reading on Friday and Gwinnett on Saturday.
* Gladiators are second in the ECHL on the penalty kill at 95.5 percent.
* Gwinnett has outscored its opponents 10-4 and leads the league with 1.33 goals-allowed per game.
* Gladiators travel to South Carolina on Friday and Greenville on Saturday.
Pensacola Ice Pilots
* Brendan Cook had a goal and an assist in his first pro game on Saturday.
* Ice Pilots have been outscored 18-6 and are averaging 1.5 goals per game.
* Ice Pilots host division rival Columbia on Friday and Saturday.
South Carolina Stingrays
* Eleven of 18 goals scored are on the power play and rank second in the league at 31.4 percent.
* J.F. David ranks second among ECHL defensemen in scoring with eight points (2g-6a).
* Stingrays host Greenville on Tuesday, Gwinnett on Friday and Charlotte on Saturday before traveling to Charlotte on Sunday.