ECHL Today – Nov. 17

 

Orlando Solar Bears (2-7-2) at Greenville Swamp Rabbits (8-3-1)                      7 p.m. ET

  • Todd Skirving leads Orlando against the Swamp Rabbits with two goals.
  • Greenville’s Allan McPherson leads the league with 10 power-play points (2g-8a).
  • Solar Bears are fourth with 37.64 shots per game.
  • Swamp Rabbits have outscored their opponents 36-20 during their seven-game winning streak.

 

Worcester Railers (5-6-1) at Manchester Monarchs (8-4-2)                                  7 p.m. ET

  • Worcester’s Patrick McNally leads defensemen with 13 points (6g-7a).
  • Kevin Morris leads Manchester against the Railers with four goals and five points.
  • Railers have score 16 of their 32 goals in the third period.
  • Monarchs are 6-0-2 when scoring first.

 

Wheeling Nailers (8-2-2) at Norfolk Admirals (3-10-1)                                          7 p.m. ET

  • Wheeling’s Cody Wydo is on a four-game goal streak (5g).
  • Norfolk’s Grant Besse is third among rookies with seven goals.
  • Nailers are first on the power play on the road at 35.0 percent (14-for-40).
  • Admirals are 2-1-1 when scoring first.

 

Reading Royals (7-3-1) at Brampton Beast (5-7-2)                                                7:15 p.m. ET

  • Reading’s John Muse is eighth with a 2.40 goals-against average.
  • Brampton’s Jordan Henry is second among defensemen with 48 shots on goal.
  • Royals are league’s least-penalized team with 8.82 penalty minutes per game.
  • Beast are third on the power play at home at 23.5 percent (8-for-34).

 

Florida Everblades (10-2-1) at Jacksonville Icemen (2-6-1)                                   7:30 p.m. ET

  • Florida’s Callum Booth leads the league with a 1.96 goals-against average.
  • Jacksonville’s Alexandre Goulet is tied for fourth among rookies with six goals.
  • Everblades are second with 27.54 shots-against per game.
  • Icemen have scored 15 of their 28 goals in the second period.

 

Toledo Walleye (9-2-2) at Cincinnati Cyclones (7-3-1)                                           7:35 p.m. ET

  • Toledo’s Pat Nagle leads the league with eight wins.
  • Cincinnati’s Justin Danforth leads rookies with 50 shots on goal.
  • Walleye are fourth on the penalty kill on the road at 93.3 percent (28-for-30).
  • Cyclones are third with 2.55 goals-against per game.

 

Kalamazoo Wings (5-4-1) at Indy Fuel (2-7-3)                                                       7:35 p.m. ET

  • Kalamazoo’s Aaron Irving is tied for sixth among rookies with three power-play assists.
  • Cam Reid leads Indy with 10 points (2g-8a).
  • Wings 3-1-0 when leading after one period.
  • Fuel are sixth on the penalty kill at home at 88.2 percent (15-for-17).

 

Kansas City Mavericks (6-6-0) at Fort Wayne Komets (5-5-1)                             8 p.m. ET

  • Matt Robertson leads Kansas City with seven goals and 14 points.
  • Marc-Olivier Roy leads Fort Wayne against the Mavericks with five points (2g-3a).
  • Mavericks are 4-0-0 in one-goal games.
  • Komets lead the league with 26.82 shots-against per game.

 

Tulsa Oilers (5-4-4) at Quad City Mallards (6-6-0)                                                7:05 p.m. CT

  • Tulsa’s Conner Bleackley leads the league with three shorthanded goals.
  • Quad City’s Sam Warning is tied for second with 10 goals.
  • Oilers have had a league-high six games decided in overtime or a shootout.
  • Mallards are 5-1-0 in one-goal games.

 

Idaho Steelheads (6-3-4) at Rapid City Rush (5-7-0)                                             7:05 p.m. MT

  • Idaho’s Steven McParland is tied for second with four power-play goals.
  • Kenton Miller leads Rapid City with seven goals.
  • Steelheads lead the league with 40.00 shots per game.
  • Rush are first on the penalty kill at home at 97.2 percent (35-for-36).

 

Colorado Eagles (7-4-2) at Utah Grizzlies (6-6-2)                                                   7:05 p.m. MT

  • Colorado’s Michael Joly leads the league with 11 goals.
  • Utah’s Kevin Carr is fourth with 262 saves.
  • Eagles are tied for the league lead with five shorthanded goals.
  • Grizzlies are 5-0-0 when leading after one period.