ECHL Today - Nov. 16
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Orlando Solar Bears (7-4-1) at Manchester Monarchs (5-6-2)                  7 p.m. ET

  • Orlando’s Michael Brodzinski is third in plus-minus at +12.
  • Manchester’s Spencer Watson has a point in eight of 11 games.
  • Solar Bears are 5-1-0 when scoring first.
  • Monarchs are league’s second-least penalized team with 9.69 penalty minutes per game.

 

Newfoundland Growlers (11-5-0) at Reading Royals (5-3-5)                    7 p.m. ET

  • Newfoundland’s Michael Garteig leads the league with 717 minutes played and 360 saves.
  • Josh MacDonald leads Reading with five goals.
  • Growlers have scored a league-leading 20 goals in the third period.
  • Royals are sixth on the power play at home at 21.2 percent (7-for-33).

 

Florida Everblades (5-4-2) at South Carolina Stingrays (7-6-0)               7:05 p.m. ET

  • Florida’s Jamie Phillips is second with a 1.84 goals-against average.
  • South Carolina’s Grant Besse is tied for the league lead with 20 points (10g-10a).
  • Everblades are tied for fourth on the power play on the road at 25.0 percent (5-for-20).
  • Stingrays are tied for third with four shorthanded goals.

 

Maine Mariners (6-5-1) at Brampton Beast (6-5-1)                                    7:15 p.m. ET

  • Maine’s Shawn St-Amant has five points (4g-1a) and two game-winning goals in his last three games.
  • Brampton’s David Pacan is on a six-game point streak (4g-8a).
  • Mariners are 4-0-1 in their last five games.
  • Beast are sixth with 3.67 goals per game.

 

Wheeling Nailers (2-6-1) at Jacksonville Icemen (9-4-0)                            7:30 p.m. ET

  • Wheeling’s Troy Josephs is on a three-game point streak (3g-1a).
  • Jacksonville’s Mikhail Berdin has allowed two goals or less in six of his eight appearances.
  • Nailers lead the league with 26.44 shots-against per game.
  • Icemen are tied for the league lead with six shorthanded goals.

 

Norfolk Admirals (8-5-1) at Atlanta Gladiators (4-5-2)                             7:35 p.m. ET

  • Norfolk’s Taylor Cammarata has four goals in his last three games.
  • Brett McKenzie leads Atlanta against the Admirals with five points (1g-4a).
  • Admirals are 6-0-0 when leading after two periods.
  • Gladiators are 21-for-21 on the penalty kill at home.

 

Fort Wayne Komets (5-6-0) at Cincinnati Cyclones (8-3-2)                      7:35 p.m. ET

  • Fort Wayne’s Justin Hodgman is second with 14 assists.
  • Cincinnati’s Myles Powell is on a four-game point streak (5g-2a).
  • Komets are one of two teams to have not played beyond regulation.
  • Cyclones are tied for the league lead with 17 goals in the first period.

 

Tulsa Oilers (6-1-4) at Allen Americans (3-9-2)                                          7:05 p.m. CT

  • Tulsa’s Evan Fitzpatrick is second among rookie goaltenders with a 2.13 goals-against average.
  • Allen’s Dante Salituro is second with 60 shots on goal.
  • Oilers lead the league with 38.00 shots per game.
  • Americans are 3-0-1 when leading after two periods.

 

Kansas City Mavericks (9-1-1) at Wichita Thunder (4-4-3)                      7:05 p.m. CT

  • Kansas City’s Mark Cooper is on a seven-game point streak (6g-8a).
  • Travis Brown leads Wichita against the Mavericks with two goals.
  • Mavericks lead the league with 4.09 goals per game.
  • Thunder are tied for second with six games decided in overtime or a shootout.

 

Indy Fuel (6-6-0) at Utah Grizzlies (8-1-3)                                                  7:05 p.m. MT

  • Matt Rupert leads Indy against the Grizzlies with two goals.
  • Utah’s Jake Marchment is on a five-game point streak (5g-2a).
  • Fuel are 5-0-0 when leading after two periods.
  • Grizzlies are first on the power play at home at 38.1 percent (8-for-21).

 

Rapid City Rush (7-5-2) at Idaho Steelheads (5-7-3)                                 7:10 p.m. MT

  • Rapid City’s Adam Carlson is third for third with a .931 save percentage.
  • Steven McParland leads Idaho with 13 points (7g-6a).
  • Rush are 6-2-1 when outshot by their opponent.
  • Twelve of the Steelheads’ 15 games have been decided by one goal.