ECHL Today – Nov. 8


Manchester Monarchs (3-3-0) at Brampton Beast (2-6-1)                               2 p.m. ET
•    Joe Diamond leads Manchester with three goals.
•    Brampton’s Mathew Maione is tied for seventh among defensemen with seven points (2g-5a).
•    Monarchs are third with 34.67 shots per game.
•    Beast have scored 11 of their 22 goals in the second period.

Norfolk Admirals (4-4-0) at South Carolina Stingrays (5-5-1)                         3:05 p.m. ET

•    Norfolk’s Ty Rimmer is fourth with 461 minutes played.
•    Joe Devin leads South Carolina with eight points (3g-5a).
•    Admirals have scored 11 of their 24 goals in the first period.
•    Stingrays are 4-0-1 when scoring first.

Fort Wayne Komets (5-3-0) at Kalamazoo Wings (4-4-1)                               4 p.m. ET
•    Fort Wayne’s Jordon Southorn is tied for second among defensemen with four goals.
•    Kalamazoo’s Joel Martin leads the league with 312 saves.
•    Komets lead the league with 37.13 shots per game.
•    K-Wings are tied for third with two shorthanded goals.

Greenville Swamp Rabbits (3-6-0) at Reading Royals (4-3-0)                        5 p.m. ET
•    Jack Combs leads Greenville with nine points (3g-6a).
•    Reading’s Adam Comrie is tied for third among defensemen with eight points (5g-3a).
•    Swamp Rabbits are 2-1-0 when tied after two periods.
•    Royals are second with 4.14 goals per game.

Florida Everblades (7-4-0) at Orlando Solar Bears (4-2-1)                             6 p.m. ET
•    Florida’s Justin Agosta leads rookie defensemen with four goals.
•    Orlando’s Eric Baier is tied for the league lead in plus-minus at +8.
•    Everblades are second on the penalty kill at 93.9 percent (46-for-49).
•    Solar Bears lead the league with five shorthanded goals.

Missouri Mavericks (7-2-1) at Wichita Thunder (4-5-0)                                   5:05 p.m. ET
•    Missouri’s Josh Robinson is second with a 1.31 goals-against average.
•    Peter Sakaris leads Wichita with seven points (3g-4a).
•    Mavericks are sixth with 26.60 shots-against per game.
•    Thunder are 16-for-16 on the penalty kill at home.