ECHL Today – Nov. 8




Greenville Road Warriors (4-3-0) at Orlando Solar Bears (3-3-2)             7 p.m. ET 

·     Michael St. Croix leads Greenville with four assists.

·     Orlando’s Eric Baier is tied for first among defensemen with one shorthanded goal.

·     Road Warriors lead the league on the penalty kill at 96.7 percent (29-for-30).

·     Solar Bears are 3-0-1 when scoring first.  


Florida Everblades (6-1-1) at Gwinnett Gladiators (3-3-0)                          7:05 p.m. ET 

·     Florida’s Matt Mangene is fourth among defensemen with a 27.3 percent shooting percentage (3-for-11).

·     Casey Pierro-Zabotel leads Gwinnett with four goals and eight points.

·     Everblades are fifth with 2.50 goals per game.

·     Gladiators are 3-0-0 when scoring first.  


Fort Wayne Komets (7-1-0) at Reading Royals (3-4-0)                               7:05 p.m. ET 

·     Fort Wayne’s James Martin is fourth among defensemen with seven points (1g-6a).

·     Reading’s Adam Hughesman is on a six-game point streak since Oct. 24 (3g-6a).

·     Komets are 5-0-0 in one-goal games.

·     Royals are 3-0-0 when leading after two periods.  


Evansville IceMen (4-1-1) at Toledo Walleye (4-2-0)                                 7:15 p.m. ET 

·     Evansville’s Myles Bell is second among rookies with six goals.

·     Toledo’s Anthony Luciani has at least one point in all six games (2g-7a).

·     IceMen are sixth with 3.67 goals per game.

·     Walleye are third with 35.17 shots per game.  


Elmira Jackals (5-3-1) at Kalamazoo Wings (5-2-1)                                   7:30 p.m. ET 

·     Elmira’s Taylor Stefishen is third among rookies with 11 points (3g-8a).

·     Kalamazoo’s Joel Martin is second with 387 minutes played.

·     Jackals are fourth with 35.00 shots per game.

·     K-Wings are league’s second-least penalized team with 11.50 penalty minutes per game.  


Wheeling Nailers (3-3-0) at Cincinnati Cyclones (4-1-0)                            7:35 p.m. ET 

·     Wheeling’s Matia Marcantuoni had a hat trick in 6-3 loss at Evansville last night.

·     Cincinnati’s Stephan Vigier is on a three-game goal streak since Oct. 31 (3g).

·     Nailers are fifth on the penalty kill at 92.9 percent (26-for-28).

·     Cyclones are league’s third-least penalized team with 12.00 penalty minutes per game.  


Tulsa Oilers (3-2-1) at Allen Americans (2-2-0)                                          7:05 p.m. CT 

·     Tulsa’s Scott Macaulay is second among defensemen with nine points (2g-7a).

·     Greger Hanson leads Allen with seven points (4g-3a).

·     Oilers are second with 4.17 goals per game.

·     Americans lead the league on the power play at 30.0 percent (6-for-20).     


Rapid City Rush (4-3-1) at Missouri Mavericks (2-3-0)                                7:05 p.m. CT 

·     Rapid City’s Danny Battochio is fifth with a 1.73 goals-against average.

·     David Rutherford leads Missouri with four goals and seven points.

·     Rush are 4-0-1 when scoring first.

·     Mavericks are the last team to play their home opener.  


Utah Grizzlies (2-4-2) at Ontario Reign (5-3-1)                                          6 p.m. PT 

·     Michael Pelech leads Utah with seven points (5g-2a).

·     Derek Couture leads Ontario with five goals and nine points.

·     Grizzlies are tied for third with two shorthanded goals.

·     Reign are tied for second on the power play at 25.0 percent (7-for-28).  


Idaho Steelheads (6-2-1) at Colorado Eagles (7-2-0)                                7:05 p.m. MT 

·     Idaho’s Wade MacLeod leads the league with 42 shots on goal.

·     Colorado’s Jonathan Parker is tied for second with seven goals.

·     Steelheads are second with 26.56 shots-against per game.

·     Eagles are 5-0-0 when outshooting their opponent.  


Bakersfield Condors (7-4-0) at Alaska Aces (1-7-0)                                   7:15 p.m. AKT 

·     Bakersfield’s Kellen Jones is tied for the league lead with five power-play assists.

·     Alaska’s Quinn Sproule is tied for third among rookies with a 33.3 percent shooting percentage (2-for-6).

·     Condors are 5-0-0 when leading after two periods.

·     Aces lead the league with 37.63 shots per game.