Before departing on its current three-game road trip, San Diego beat Long Beach 4-3 in a shootout on February 10 and Las Vegas 3-2 on February 13 to increase its ECHL season-high home winning streak to 13 games, dating back to December 30.
The Gulls, who are 22-4-0 at home, play at Louisiana on Monday and at Mississippi on Tuesday before returning home to host Las Vegas on Thursday and Fresno on Saturday. San Diego has won its last two home meetings with Las Vegas to improve to 2-1-0 and the Gulls are 4-2-1 overall against the Wranglers. San Diego is 1-0-0 at home and 2-1-0 overall against Fresno.
The second longest home winning streak is 10 games by Wheeling, dating back to December 31. The Nailers will play at home for the first time since January 31 when they host Cincinnati on Friday. Wheeling is 2-0-0 at home and 4-2-0 overall against the Cyclones in 2003-04. The Nailers are 22-4-2 at home and need five wins to tie the team record for most home wins in a season, 27 in 1994-95. The team record for consecutive home wins is 17 games set from November 24, 1994 to February 5, 1995.
Reading has won a team record nine consecutive home games to improve to 18-1-2 at the Sovereign Center, the best home record in the ECHL. Reading has not lost in regulation at home since losing 2-1 against Wheeling, and the Royals are 17-0-1 in their last 18 games at the Sovereign Center. The 18 home wins are the most in the Royals three seasons, surpassing the 17 wins in 2002-03. Reading will host Atlantic City on Friday, Bakersfield on Saturday and Trenton on Sunday. Reading is 1-3-1 against the Boardwalk Bullies in 2003-04 with all five games played at Atlantic City. The Royals are 3-0-0 at home and 5-1-0 overall against Trenton.
The ECHL record for most consecutive home wins is 18 by South Carolina from December 23, 1994-March 19, 1995. The ECHL record for most home wins in a season is 30 by Louisiana in 2001-02.