Cam Brown retired as the ECHL all-time leader, and currently ranks second, with 789 regular-season games and is the all-time leader with 2,425 penalty minutes. He played 13 seasons in the ECHL beginning in 1991-92 and ranks 24th with 206 goals, 29th with 499 points and 33rd with 293 assists. He retired in 2002-03 to serve as head coach of Baton Rouge, but returned to the ice in 2003-04 and spent three seasons as a player/assistant coach for Gwinnett. He also played two seasons with Columbus (Ohio), three seasons with Erie and six seasons with Baton Rouge while also playing in the American Hockey League and the International Hockey League. He played one game in the National Hockey League as a rookie with Vancouver in 1990-91 and had seven penalty minutes. Brown was honored after the 2005-06 season by the Gladiators who created a replica of his locker with gear and sweater in a glass case on the concourse of The Arena at the Gwinnett Center.