Check out last night’s highlights from around the league on ECHL REWIND
Orlando Solar Bears (25-20-3) at Florida Everblades (31-11-16) 7 p.m. ET
· Jacob Cepis leads Orlando against the Everblades with 13 points (4g-9a).
· Adam Brace leads Florida with 43 points (20g-23a).
· Solar Bears are fourth with 32.75 shots per game.
· Everblades are tied for second on the penalty kill at home at 88.5 percent (77-for-87).
Indy Fuel (19-23-8) at Elmira Jackals (27-19-5) 7:05 p.m. ET
· Indy’s Pete Massar is second among rookies with 10 power-play assists.
· Elmira’s Steven Shamanski is fourth among defensemen with 11 goals.
· Fuel are seventh on the power play at 19.2 percent (39-for-203).
· Jackals are 11-3-5 in one-goal games.
Greenville Road Warriors (28-19-3) at South Carolina Stingrays (26-18-7) 7:05 p.m. ET
· Greenville’s Spencer Humphries is tied for first among rookies in plus-minus at +18.
· Caleb Herbert leads South Carolina against the Road Warriors with three goals and nine points.
· Road Warriors are 18-1-1 when scoring first.
· Stingrays are fourth on the penalty kill at 86.6 percent (161-for-186).
Wheeling Nailers (23-24-0) at Toledo Walleye (31-10-5) 7:15 p.m. ET
· Riley Brace leads Wheeling against the Walleye with four points (2g-2a).
· Toledo’s Shane Berschbach is fifth among rookies with a 20.9 percent shooting percentage (9-for-43).
· Nailers are tied for the league low with three games decided beyond regulation.
· Walleye are 26-3-2 when scoring first.
Gwinnett Gladiators (16-30-4) at Fort Wayne Komets (34-12-4) 7:30 p.m. ET
· Gwinnett’s Casey Pierro-Zabotel is tied for third with 56 points (21g-35a).
· Fort Wayne’s Pat Nagle is sixth with 2.36 goals-against average.
· Gladiators are 13-2-1 when leading after two periods.
· Komets are 22-7-2 when outshooting their opponent.
Evansville IceMen (12-33-6) at Kalamazoo Wings (23-19-5) 7:30 p.m. ET
· Brandon Wong leads Evansville with 37 points (16g-21a).
· Kalamazoo’s Joel Martin is third with 2,087 minutes played.
· IceMen are 8-1-1 when leading after two periods.
· K-Wings are third on the penalty kill at 87.9 percent (167-for-190).
Reading Royals (34-14-3) at Cincinnati Cyclones (24-21-5) 7:35 p.m. ET
· Sean Wiles leads Reading against the Cyclones with three goals.
· Cincinnati’s Sam Brittain leads rookie goaltenders with four shutouts.
· Royals are league’s second-least penalized team with 11.31 penalty minutes per game.
· Cyclones are second with 26.32 shots-against per game.
Rapid City Rush (25-24-3) at Missouri Mavericks (19-25-5) 7:05 p.m. CT
· Winston Day Chief leads Rapid City against the Mavericks with nine points (3g-6a).
· Missouri’s Andrew Courtney is on a five-game goal streak since Feb. 3 (7g).
· Rush are seventh on the penalty kill on the road at 85.8 percent (91-for-106).
· Mavericks are tied for seventh with four shorthanded goals against.
Tulsa Oilers (24-23-4) at Wichita Thunder (24-19-7) 7:05 p.m. CT
· Tulsa’s Adam Pleskach is second with 27 goals.
· Ian Lowe leads Wichita against the Oilers with three goals and eight points.
· Oilers are tied for seventh with 3.47 goals per game.
· Thunder are fourth with 27.56 shots-against per game.
Colorado Eagles (33-17-2) at Bakersfield Condors (21-23-6) 7 p.m. PT
· Taylor Vause leads Colorado against the Condors with five goals.
· Bakersfield’s Sebastien Sylvestre is third among rookies with 142 shots on goal.
· Eagles are 6-0-2 in games decided in overtime or a shootout.
· Condors are fourth on the power play at home at 22.4 percent (26-for-116).
Idaho Steelheads (30-16-4) at Stockton Thunder (16-34-1) 7:30 p.m. PT
· Idaho’s Jason Bast leads rookies, and is fourth overall, with 25 goals.
· Tyler Maxwell leads Stockton against the Steelheads with four goals and seven points.
· Steelheads are fifth with 2.66 goals-against per game.
· Thunder are fifth on the power play at home at 21.4 percent (22-for-103).
Utah Grizzlies (23-20-8) at Alaska Aces (24-20-5) 7:15 p.m. AKT
· Barry Almeida leads Utah against the Aces with five goals.
· Alaska’s Quinn Sproule is fifth among defensemen with a 13.9 percent shooting percentage (5-for-36).
· Grizzlies are tied for the league lead with 16 wins by one goal (16-7-8).
· Aces have scored seven of their nine shorthanded goals at home.