Elmira Jackals (9-22-5) at Manchester Monarchs (24-10-4) 6 p.m. ET
- Kenton Miller leads Elmira against the Monarchs with five goals and six points.
- Manchester’s Quentin Shore is tied for fourth among rookies with 15 goals.
- Jackals are league’s fifth-least penalized team with 11.72 penalty minutes per game.
- Monarchs are second with 3.92 goals per game.
Fort Wayne Komets (22-11-4) at Kalamazoo Wings (17-18-4) 7 p.m. ET
- Kyle Thomas leads Fort Wayne against the K-Wings with eight points (3g-5a).
- Kalamazoo’s Joel Martin is third with 757 saves.
- Komets are fourth on the power play on the road at 22.0 percent (13-for-59).
- K-Wings are 11-2-3 when scoring first.
Florida Everblades (26-8-3) at Orlando Solar Bears (20-14-6) 7 p.m. ET
- Florida’s Brendan O’Donnell is tied for second with 23 goals.
- Orlando’s Denver Manderson is third with 31 assists.
- Everblades are 17-2-2 when scoring first.
- Solar Bears have scored a league-leading 47 goals in the first period.
Wheeling Nailers (19-14-3) at Reading Royals (22-13-2) 7 p.m. ET
- Wheeling’s Jordan Kwas leads the league with a 28.0 percent shooting percentage (14-for-50).
- Chris McCarthy leads Reading with 16 goals and 35 points.
- Nailers are fourth with 33.36 shots per game.
- Royals have outscored their opponents 71-47 at home.
South Carolina Stingrays (21-13-2) at Atlanta Gladiators (15-18-6) 7:05 p.m. ET
- Rob Flick leads South Carolina against the Gladiators with five points (1g-4a).
- Atlanta’s Josh Atkinson is third among rookie defensemen with 27 points (5g-22a).
- Stingrays lead the league with 27.06 shots-against per game.
- Gladiators are 12-2-1 when leading after two periods.
Adirondack Thunder (17-12-7) at Norfolk Admirals (12-21-4) 7:15 p.m. ET
- Adirondack’s Patch Alber is third with 12 power-play assists.
- John Dunbar leads Norfolk against the Thunder with three goals.
- Thunder are third on the power play on the road at 22.5 percent (16-for-71).
- Admirals are tied for the league lead with two shorthanded goals against.
Cincinnati Cyclones (17-16-4) at Indy Fuel (12-24-3) 7:35 p.m. ET
- Andrew Yogan leads Cincinnati with 13 goals and 30 points.
- Alex Wideman leads Indy against the Cyclones with three goals and five points.
- Cyclones are sixth with 28.95 shots-against per game.
- Fuel are league’s second-least penalized team with 11.46 penalty minutes per game.
Wichita Thunder (13-19-2) at Allen Americans (25-13-3) 7:05 p.m. CT
- Wichita’s Vincent Arseneau is tied for the league lead with three shorthanded goals.
- Bryan Moore leads Allen against the Thunder with 10 goals.
- Thunder are tied for second with nine shorthanded goals.
- Americans have outscored their opponents 63-36 in the third period.
Quad City Mallards (20-16-2) at Missouri Mavericks (14-17-7) 7:05 p.m. CT
- Brady Brassart leads Quad City against the Mavericks with five points (1g-4a).
- Missouri’s Darren Nowick is tied for fourth among rookies with 32 points (12g-20a).
- Mallards are 9-0-0 when leading after two periods.
- Mavericks have had a league-high 13 games decided in overtime or a shootout.
Idaho Steelheads (22-12-5) at Tulsa Oilers (23-16-4) 7:05 p.m. CT
- Idaho’s Will Merchant leads rookies with seven power-play goals.
- Emerson Clark leads Tulsa with 14 goals.
- Steelheads are tied for the league lead with five wins when trailing after two periods (5-8-1).
- Oilers are tied for fifth with seven shorthanded goals.
Alaska Aces (21-11-5) at Utah Grizzlies (16-19-4) 7 p.m. MT
- Peter Sivak leads Alaska against the Grizzles with four goals and eight points.
- Utah’s Ralph Cuddemi is tied for fourth among rookies with four power-play goals.
- Aces are first on the penalty kill on the road at 93.1 percent (67-for-72).
- Grizzlies are 7-0-4 in games decided in overtime or a shootout.
Colorado Eagles (22-13-4) at Rapid City Rush (13-17-7) 7:05 p.m. MT
- Colorado’s Jesse Mychan is tied for third with 23 goals.
- Ryan Walters leads Rapid City against the Eagles with 10 points (3g-7a).
- Eagles have scored seven of their league-leading 10 shorthanded goals on the road.
- Rush are third on the penalty kill at home at 89.3 percent (50-for-56).