Greenville’s Rowe is AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month


Greenville Road Warriors center Andrew Rowe is the AMI Graphics ECHL Plus Performer of the Month for October after leading the league with a plus-minus rating of +8.


Rowe posted his +8 rating in just three games, going +4 in the Road Warriors’ season-opening 5-3 win at Gwinnett on Oct. 18 and posting a +2 in a 3-1 victory against the Gladiators the next night. After being recalled to Hartford of the American Hockey League on Oct. 21, Rowe appeared in three games with the Wolf Pack, scoring two points (1g-1a). He returned to Greenville earlier this week, and was a +2 in the Road Warriors’ 3-1 win at Reading on Oct. 30.


Rowe has tallied 85 points (38g-47a) in 81 career regular-season ECHL games with Greenville and Elmira while adding 14 points (7g-7a) in 17 games during the Kelly Cup Playoffs. The 25-year-old has recorded 26 points (16g-10a) in 97 career American Hockey League games with Hartford, Norfolk and Adirondack.


In recognition of his accomplishment, AMI Graphics will present Andrew Rowe with a personalized Plus Performer of the Month Banner during an on-ice ceremony at an upcoming Road Warriors’ home game.


Runner Up: Mike Cornell, Florida (+7).


Top Plus Performer(s) for Each Club: Alaska – Tim Coffman and Tommy Mele (+6); Bakersfield – Michael Neal (+2); Cincinnati – Chris Reed (+6); Colorado – Greg Gardner (+4); Elmira – Riley Boychuk, Jakub Culek, Artem Demkov, Philip-Michael Devos and Raman Hrabarenka (+1); Evansville – Matt Lowry (+4); Fort Wayne – Scott Fleming and Shawn Szydlowski (+2); Gwinnett – Devon Krogh, C.J. Lee and Kirill Tulupov (0); Idaho – William Rapuzzi (+4); Kalamazoo – Eric Kattelus, Chris Lawrence and Brandon Martell (+1); Las Vegas – Carlo Finucci, Geoff Irwin and Chad Nehring (+3); Ontario – Dylan Wruck (+5); Orlando – Kory Nagy,C.J. Severyn, Ian Slater and Scott Tanski (+2); Reading – Domenic Monardo (+5); San Francisco – Mark Lee (+2); South Carolina – Kevin Quick (+4); Stockton – Joey Martin (+3); Toledo – Aaron Bogosian, Kevin Lynch, Max Nicastro and Bobby Shea (+2); Utah – Martin Lee (+1) and Wheeling – Carter Rowney (+2).