North Division Weekly - Oct. 22

Adirondack Thunder

  • James Henry (0g-8a) and Conor Riley (2g-4a) have recorded a point in all five games.
  • The Thunder had a sellout crowd of 4,805 fans on Saturday for its home opener.
  • Adirondack hosts Worcester on Wednesday and Saturday and Maine on Friday.


Brampton Beast

  • Jake Paterson is third with 138 saves.
  • Brampton is 2-0-1 when out-shot by its opponent.
  • The Beast host Newfoundland on Saturday and Sunday.


Maine Mariners

  • Connor LaCouvee recorded his first career win, and the first win in Maine’s team history, on Sunday against Newfoundland.
  • The Mariners have scored six of their 12 goals in the third period.
  • Maine hosts Manchester on Wednesday and visits Adirondack on Friday and Manchester on Saturday.


Manchester Monarchs

  • Stepan Falkovsky is tied for second among defensemen in plus-minus at +5.
  • Manchester is third with 40.25 shots per game.
  • The Monarchs travel to Maine on Wednesday and host Worcester on Friday and Maine on Saturday.


Newfoundland Growlers

  • Giorgio Estephan is tied for second among rookies with four goals.
  • The Growlers have scored first in four of their six games.
  • Newfoundland is at Reading on Wednesday and Brampton on Saturday and Sunday.


Reading Royals

  • Josh MacDonald scored his 50th career ECHL goal on Friday at Maine.
  • Reading has outscored its opponents 9-3 in the second period.
  • The Royals host Newfoundland on Wednesday and Wheeling on Saturday and Sunday.


Worcester Railers

  • Mitch Gillam has won eight straight starts at home dating back to last season.
  • Worcester is sixth with 2.67 goals-against per game.
  • The Railers visit Adirondack on Wednesday and Saturday and Manchester on Friday.