Wranglers’ Magliarditi Gets 200th ECHL Win

Career Shutout Leader Two Wins From Second All-Time

PRINCETON, N.J. – Marc Magliarditi of the Las Vegas Wranglers became only the third goaltender in ECHL history to reach 200 wins when he posted a 6-5 shootout win at Idaho on Jan. 27.

Magliarditi needs one win to move into a tie for second place with Daniel Berthiaume, who had 201 wins in nine ECHL seasons with Wheeling, Roanoke and Greensboro from 1994-2004. The career leader for wins is Toledo coach Nick Vitucci, who had 265 wins in 13 ECHL seasons with Carolina, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Hampton Roads, Toledo, Charlotte and Greenville from 1988-2001.

Magliarditi is 20-6-3 marking the sixth time in his ECHL career that he has won 20 games which ranks him third behind Vitucci and Berthiaume, who each won 20 games seven times. He is tied for the league lead in wins and ranks second in shutouts with three. He is third in the ECHL with 1,723 minutes and four shootout wins while he is fifth with a goals-against average of 2.51.

In his ninth professional season overall and his third with Las Vegas, the 29-year-old is 200-102-25 in 340 career ECHL games and is the ECHL career leader with 25 shutouts.

Magliarditi has played 19,619 minutes in the ECHL which ranks him behind Vitucci (27,291) and Berthiaume (20,792) while his 340 career games is fourth behind Vitucci (479), Jason Saal (455) and Berthiaume (364).