Kelly Cup Finals Records Broken

* Atlantic City’s Kevin Colley scored three power-play goals, tying the record for second-most power play goals in the Finals.

* Columbia’s Barrie Moore scores two shorthand goals in 48 seconds in Game 3, the second fastest two goals by one player in the Finals.

* Atlantic City’s Scott Stirling had two shutouts tying the record for shutouts in the Finals (Maxime Gingras of Richmond in 1999).

* Columbia’s Barrie Moore had two shorthand goals, tying the Finals record for third most shorthand goals.

* Atlantic City’s Scott Stirling had a 1.20 goals against average, breaking the Finals record of 1.75 set by Greenville’s Tyrone Garner in 2002.

* Atlantic City’s Scott Stirling had a .949 save percentage, breaking the Finals record of .945 set by Greenville’s Tyrone Garner in 2002.

* Atlantic City’s Scott Stirling had a shutout streak of 150:13, breaking the Finals record of 138:59 set by Hampton Roads’ Mark Bernard in 1992.

* Columbia set the record for fewest shots on goal with 18 in Game 1 and tied the Finals record for fewest shots on goal with 19 in Game 2.

* Atlantic City (13) and Columbia (7) combined for 20 goals breaking the Finals record for fewest goals scored by two teams combined in a five-game series, 28 by Greensboro Monarchs and Richmond Renegades in 1995.

* Columbia scored seven goals breaking the Finals record for fewest goals in a five-game series, 10 by the Greensboro Monarchs in 1995.