North Division Weekly – Oct. 31


  • Stepan Falkovsky scored his first pro goal on Friday at Elmira.
  • The Thunder tied the all-time ECHL record, allowing just eight shots on goal in Saturday’ 3-0 win over Elmira.
  • Adirondack hosts Manchester on Tuesday and visits the Monarchs on Saturday and Sunday.


  • Luke Pither leads Brampton with eight points (3g-5a).
  • Each of Brampton’s five games have been decided in overtime or a shootout.
  • The Beast host Kalamazoo on Friday and Fort Wayne on Sunday.


  • Andy Iles and John Muse combined for a .930 save percentage in three games last week.
  • The Jackals have scored five of their nine goals in the second period.
  • Elmira is at South Carolina on Thursday and Sunday and Atlanta on Friday.


  • Alexx Privitera scored his first career goal on Friday against Cincinnati.
  • Manchester is 15-for-15 on the penalty kill at home.
  • The Monarchs are at Adirondack on Tuesday and host the Thunder on Saturday and Sunday.


  • Ryan Penny is tied for second in the league in plus-minus at +7.
  • The Royals have scored eight of their 17 goals in the third period.
  • Reading visits Colorado on Wednesday and Rapid City on Friday and Saturday.


  • Josh Shalla‘s five-point game (3g-2a) on Saturday was the first by a Wheeling player since Jan. 29, 2011.
  • Wheeling’s eight goals on Saturday against Kalamazoo were its most since Dec. 11, 2010 against Gwinnett.
  • The Nailers host Toledo on Friday, visit the Walleye on Saturday and host Kalamazoo on Sunday.