|• Josh Shalla leads Cincinnati with 12 goals. |
• The Cyclones are 9-1-1 when leading after two periods.
• Cincinnati hosts Evansville on Monday, visits Kalamazoo on Wednesday and Friday and hosts Wheeling on Saturday.
|• Brandon Wong leads the IceMen with 21 points (9g-12a). |
• Evansville has outscored its opponents 31-21 in the third period.
• The IceMen are at Cincinnati on Monday and host Quad City on Wednesday, Reading on Friday and Kalamazoo on Saturday.
|• Thomas Frazee is on a three-game point streak (4g-2a). |
• The Komets are 15-2-1 when outshooting their opponent.
• Fort Wayne hosts Quad City on Monday, Indy on Wednesday and Wheeling on Friday before visiting Toledo on Saturday.
|• Mathieu Brisebois is tied for first among defensemen with two shootout goals. |
• Indy is third on the power play at 22.7 percent (25-for-110).
• The Fuel are at Fort Wayne on Wednesday and host Toledo on Friday and Reading on Saturday.
|• Matt Caria scored the game-winning goal in the first outdoor game in ECHL history on Saturday at Toledo. |
• The K-Wings are fourth on the penalty kill at 87.4 percent (90-for-103).
• Kalamazoo hosts Cincinnati on Wednesday and Friday and is at Evansville on Saturday.
|• Tyler Barnes has 22 points (10g-12a) in his last 13 games. |
• Toledo is second with 4.15 goals per game.
• The Walleye are at Brampton on Tuesday and Wednesday and Indy on Friday before hosting Fort Wayne on Saturday.
|• Derek Army leads Wheeling with 10 goals. |
• The Nailers lead the league with seven shorthanded goals.
• Wheeling is at Gwinnett on Monday, Fort Wayne on Friday and Cincinnati on Saturday.