Northwest Division – October 21

Cincinnati Cyclones

* Mike Henderson leads the Cyclones with three goals.
* Ryan Gaucher is tied for the ECHL lead among defensemen with two power-play goals.
* Evan Cheverie leads ECHL rookies in plus/minus (+5) and ranks 10th with four points (2g-2a).
* Cincinnati travels to Toledo on Saturday.

Dayton Bombers

* Rookie Matt Dzieduszycki scored his first two professional goals over the weekend.
* Jonathan Gauthier is the ECHL leader in shots by a defensemen (25).
* Rookie defensemen Scott Heffernan scored his first professional goal on Friday against Cincinnati.
* Dayton hosts Lexington Friday, travels to Lexington Saturday and hosts Toledo on Sunday.

Johnstown Chiefs

* Steve Hildenbrand scored his first professional goal in Friday’s 4-2 loss against Toledo.
* Johnstown is tied for sixth in the ECHL averaging 4.0 goals per game.
* Dmitri Tarabrin had four points (2g-2a) in 6-2 win at Dayton on Saturday.
* Johnstown travels to Peoria on Friday and Saturday.

Lexington Men O’ War

* Lexington has been shutout in back-to-back home games and is scoreless in its last 140:00 at Rupp Arena.
* Men O’ War rank 27th in the ECHL averaging 1.25 goals per game.
* Rookie Mike Smith, who stopped 77 of 83 shots last weekend, was called up to Utah of the AHL on Monday.
* Men O’ War play at Dayton on Friday and host Dayton on Saturday and Richmond on Sunday.

Peoria Rivermen

* Tyler Rennette is tied for second in the ECHL with five goals.
* Jason Lawmaster is tied for the ECHL lead among defensemen with three goals.
* Rivermen are tied for fifth in the ECHL allowing 3.0 goals per game.
* Peoria hosts Johnstown on Friday and Saturday.

Toledo Storm

* Erik Anderson is tied for fourth in the ECHL with nine points (4g-5a).
* Toledo is second in the ECHL allowing 2.20 goals per game.
* Doug Teskey earned his first shutout of the season Sunday in a 3-0 win at Lexington.
* Toledo hosts Wheeling on Friday, Cincinnati on Saturday and travels to Dayton on Sunday.

Wheeling Nailers

* Mike Valley is tied for third in the ECHL with 133 saves, including 94 in three games over the weekend.
* Wheeling beat Peoria 6-5 in shootout at Mellon Arena on Sunday in first-ever ECHL game at NHL facility.
* Nailers play at Toledo on Friday and host Atlantic City on Saturday.
* Wheeling hosts Reading Sunday at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, home of Nailers’ American Hockey League affiliate.