Charlotte’s Mike Harder scored five points (1g-4a) in three games last week and has now scored a point in all nine of the Checkers games, the longest scoring streak in the league this season. Harder is tied for second in the league with nine assists and tied for fourth in scoring with 13 points.
After not scoring in the season opener on October 22 at Long Beach, San Diego’s Darren Clark has scored a point in eight games in a row and has the second longest scoring streak in the ECHL. Clark is tied for seventh in the league with 12 points on a team-leading five goals and seven assists.
Scoring a goal in three consecutive games against Florida last week, Idaho left wing Scott Burt extended his goal-scoring streak to five games, the longest streak in the ECHL this season. Burt has scored five goals during the streak and leads the defending Kelly Cup Champions with six goals and is tied for the team lead in scoring with nine points.
Pensacola’s Jordan Krestanovich and Charlotte’s Dusty Jamieson each begin the week with a goal-scoring streak of four games. Krestanovich had a pair of goals against Gwinnett on Friday giving him five goals during the streak and seven goals overall, tying him for third in the league with seven goals and seventh in scoring with 12 points. Krestanovich has scored a point in all of Pensacola’s games while helping the Ice Pilots to the best start in team history at 6-1-0. Coming off the injured reserve and playing his first game on November 6, Jamieson has scored a goal in each of his first four games and has five points.