ECHL Today – Jan. 21

Florida Everblades (29-6-3) at Orlando Solar Bears (17-17-6)                             1:30 p.m. ET

  • Stephen MacAulay leads Florida against the Solar Bears with six goals.
  • Orlando’s Nolan Valleau is tied for fourth among defensemen with 29 points (8g-21a).
  • Everblades lead the league with 27.32 shots-against per game.
  • Solar Bears are 10-0-2 when leading after two periods.

 

Atlanta Gladiators (20-20-3) at Greenville Swamp Rabbits (18-19-3)                  3 p.m. ET

  • Lindsay Sparks leads Atlanta against the Swamp Rabbits with six goals and 11 points.
  • Greenville’s Caleb Herbert is tied for eighth with 40 points (18g-22a).
  • Gladiators are 10-2-1 when leading after two periods.
  • Swamp Rabbits have a league-leading nine wins when trailing after one period (9-7-1).

 

Indy Fuel (16-17-3) at Kalamazoo Wings (20-13-4)                                               3 p.m. ET

  • Michael Neal leads Indy with 12 goals.
  • Kalamazoo’s Justin Taylor is tied for third with seven power-play goals.
  • Fuel are tied for second with eight shorthanded goals.
  • Wings are sixth with 35.14 shots per game.

 

Jacksonville Icemen (12-22-5) at Manchester Monarchs (23-14-4)                       3 p.m. ET

  • Jacksonville’s Josh Erickson is second among rookies with a 22.2 percent shooting percentage (6-for-27).
  • Jordan Lavallee-Smotherman leads Manchester with 35 points (19g-16a).
  • Icemen are 8-3-2 when leading after one period.
  • Monarchs are second on the penalty kill at home at 89.3 percent (67-for-75).

 

Brampton Beast (16-17-4) at Reading Royals (22-17-2)                                        3 p.m. ET

  • Brampton’s Matt Petgrave is tied for sixth among rookie defensemen with 18 points (5g-13a).
  • Reading’s Matt Willows is second with 160 shots on goal.
  • Beast are tied for fifth with three shorthanded goals against.
  • Royals are seventh on the penalty kill at 87.4 percent (111-for-130).

 

Wheeling Nailers (22-16-3) at Worcester Railers (15-18-5)                                   3:05 p.m. ET

  • Wheeling’s Cam Brown is on a six-game goal streak (6g).
  • Nick Saracino leads Worcester against the Nailers with two goals and four points.
  • Nailers are fourth on the power play on the road at 22.8 percent (21-for-92).
  • Railers are tied for fifth with seven shorthanded goals.

 

Allen Americans (20-15-5) at Fort Wayne Komets (24-12-2)                                5 p.m. ET

  • Allen’s David Makowski is second among defensemen with 29 assists.
  • Fort Wayne’s Shawn Szydlowski is tied for third with 23 goals.
  • Americans are fourth on the power play at 20.1 percent (37-for-184).
  • Komets lead the league with 3.97 goals per game.

 

Toledo Walleye (25-11-3) at Kansas City Mavericks (22-18-1)                             4:05 p.m. CT

  • Connor Crisp leads Toledo against the Mavericks with three goals.
  • Kansas City’s Bryce Aneloski is third among defensemen with 113 shots on goal.
  • Walleye are second with 2.46 goals-against per game.
  • Mavericks are seventh on the power play at home at 20.0 percent (13-for-65).

 

Cincinnati Cyclones (21-15-1) at Quad City Mallards (10-23-3)                           4:05 p.m. CT

  • Winston Day Chief leads Cincinnati against the Mallards with six goals.
  • Quad City’s Willie Raskob leads rookie defensemen with 20 assists.
  • Cyclones are seventh with 30.41 shots-against per game.
  • Mallards are league’s least-penalized team with 9.28 penalty minutes per game.

 

Colorado Eagles (28-6-4) at Tulsa Oilers (15-17-8)                                                4:05 p.m. CT

  • Colorado’s Matt Register leads defensemen with 38 points (8g-30a).
  • Charlie Sampair leads Tulsa against the Eagles with four points (2g-2a).
  • Eagles have outscored their opponents 42-26 in the first period.
  • Oilers lead the league with 38.50 shots per game.

 

Utah Grizzlies (14-17-9) at Rapid City Rush (13-23-2)                                          3:05 p.m. MT

  • Utah’s Taylor Richart is tied for first among defensemen with three game-winning goals.
  • Peter Sivak leads Rapid City against the Grizzlies with eight goals and 16 points.
  • Grizzlies are 9-3-2 when scoring first.
  • Rush are 3-1-0- when outshooting their opponent at home.