North Division Weekly – Nov. 20


  • Ty Loney tied a career high with a four-point game on Saturday at Manchester.
  • The Thunder have scored at least one power-play goal in five of their last six games.
  • Adirondack visits Reading on Tuesday and Friday and hosts the Royals on Saturday.


  • Matt Petgrave leads rookie defensemen with five goals.
  • Five of Brampton’s seven wins have been by one goal.
  • The Beast host Kalamazoo on Thursday and Toledo on Sunday.


  • Charles Williams is tied for fourth with a .924 save percentage.
  • The Monarchs are fourth with 38.29 shots per game.
  • Manchester is at Utah on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.


  • Steven Swavely has six points (3g-3a) in his last four games.
  • Reading’s 5-0-0 record at home is the team’s best start at home since starting 7-0-0 in 2005-06.
  • The Royals host Adirondack on Tuesday and Friday, visit the Thunder on Saturday and host Wheeling on Sunday.


  • Jeff Taylor and Dylan Zink both scored their first professional goals in Friday’s win at Norfolk.
  • The Nailers have scored five or more goals in seven of their nine victories this season.
  • Wheeling hosts Worcester on Wednesday and Saturday and visits Cincinnati on Friday and Reading on Sunday.

  • Kellen Jones scored two shorthanded goals in three games last week.
  • Worcester had an ECHL season-high 27 shots in the second period of Sunday’s win against Manchester.
  • The Railers are at Wheeling on Wednesday and Saturday and Toledo on Friday.