Gwinnett rookie center Kevin Doell had two assists in the Gladiators 4-1 win on February 7 to extend his scoring streak to 13 games, the longest active scoring streak in the ECHL.
Under contract to Chicago of the American Hockey League, Doell has scored 24 points (8g-16a) during the streak that began December 20. In his first professional season, the 24-year-old Doell ranks second among ECHL rookies with 29 assists and is tied for third in scoring with 45 points and shorthand points with four. He ranks second on the team with 16 goals, 29 assists and 45 points while playing in 40 of the Gladiators’ 47 games. He has also appeared in six games for Chicago of the AHL scoring two points (1g-1a).
The 13-game streak ties Doell for the second-longest scoring streak in the ECHL in 2003-04 with San Diego’s Greg Barber (23 points from January 11-February 7), Mississippi’s Travis Lisabeth (19 points from December 30-February 3) and Gwinnett teammate Mike Vigilante (17 points from October 29-November 28). The longest scoring streak in the league is 20 games by Mark Pederson of San Diego. Pederson scored 33 points during his streak from December 28-February 7.