ECHL Today - Nov. 14

Brampton Beast (4-7-2) at Worcester Railers (5-5-1)                                 10:05 a.m. ET

  • Brampton’s Jordan Henry is second among defensemen with 47 shots on goal.
  • Worcester’s Frankie DiChiara is tied for second among rookies with two game-winning goals.
  • Beast are 3-0-0 when leading after two periods.
  • Railers are 5-0-0 when scoring first.

South Carolina Stingrays (7-1-2) at Jacksonville Icemen (1-6-1)              10:30 a.m. ET

  • Nick Johnson leads South Carolina against the Icemen with three points (2g-1a).
  • Jacksonville’s Alexandre Goulet is tied for sixth among rookies with 11 points (6g-5a).
  • Stingrays are tied for third with three shorthanded goals.
  • Icemen are second on the penalty kill at home at 93.8 percent (15-for-16).

Quad City Mallards (6-5-0) at Cincinnati Cyclones (6-3-1)                       10:35 a.m. ET

  • Quad City’s Sam Warning is tied for second with 10 goals.
  • Cincinnati’s Anthony Peters is fifth with 242 saves.
  • Mallards are 5-1-0 in one-goal games.
  • Cyclones are league’s second-least penalized team with 9.90 penalty minutes per game.

Adirondack Thunder (7-4-2) at Wheeling Nailers (7-2-2)                         10:45 a.m. ET

  • Adirondack’s Ty Loney is on a five-game goal streak (5g).
  • Wheeling’s Reid Gardiner leads rookies, and is tied for second overall, with 10 goals.
  • Thunder are league’s fifth-least penalized team with 12.85 penalty minutes per game.
  • Nailers are second with 4.27 goals per game.

Tulsa Oilers (5-3-4) at Kansas City Mavericks (4-6-0)                               10:30 a.m. CT

  • Tulsa’s Devin Williams is fourth with a .934 save percentage.
  • Matt Robertson leads Kansas City with seven goals.
  • Oilers have outshot their opponent in nine of their 12 games.
  • Mavericks are 3-1-0 when outshot by their opponent.

Toledo Walleye (7-2-2) at Indy Fuel (2-6-3)                                                7:05 p.m. ET

  • Toledo’s Pat Nagle leads the league with seven wins.
  • Nick Bligh leads Indy with five goals.
  • Walleye are fourth on the penalty kill at home at 93.3 percent (28-for-30).
  • Fuel have scored 12 of their 27 goals in the second period.