ECHL Today - January 5January 5, 2013 - ECHL (ECHL) Press Release
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Trenton Titans (14-13-5) at Wheeling Nailers (14-12-6) 7 p.m. ET
- Trenton's Andy Bohmbach is tied for second with three shorthanded goals.
- Luke Pither leads Wheeling against the Titans with four points (1g-3a).
- Titans are 11-2-3 when scoring first.
- Nailers are tied for third with two shorthanded goals against.
South Carolina Stingrays (15-17-4) at Greenville Road Warriors (20-14-3) 7 p.m. ET
- South Carolina's Ryan Zapolski leads the league with a 1.72 goals-against average.
- Andrew Yogan leads Greenville against the Stingrays with three goals.
- Stingrays are league's fourth-least penalized team with 14.47 penalty minutes per game.
- Road Warriors have scored a league-high 50 goals in the third period.
Reading Royals (23-8-2) at Elmira Jackals (16-14-3) 7:05 p.m. ET
- Barry Almeida leads Reading against the Jackals with four goals.
- Elmira's Andrew Rowe is on a six-game point streak since Dec. 22 (3g-6a).
- Royals are 15-0-2 when scoring first.
- Jackals are 13-2-0 when leading after two periods.
Orlando Solar Bears (14-16-4) at Toledo Walleye (19-13-2) 7:05 p.m. ET
- Orlando's Michael Wilson is tied for second among defensemen with 20 assists.
- Toledo's Ben Youds leads defensemen with 27 points (4g-23a).
- Solar Bears are 10-0-1 when leading after two periods.
- Walleye are tied for second with eight shorthanded goals.
Florida Everblades (15-12-6) at Gwinnett Gladiators (23-12-1) 7:05 p.m. ET
- Mathieu Roy leads Florida with 34 points (13g-21a).
- Rylan Galiardi leads Gwinnett against the Everblades with three goals.
- Everblades are third with 3.61 goals per game.
- Gladiators are first on the penalty kill at 86.9 percent (119-for-137).
Evansville IceMen (12-20-3) at Kalamazoo Wings (13-16-3) 7:30 p.m. ET
- Dylan Clarke leads Evansville against the K-Wings with five points (2g-3a).
- Kalamazoo's Sam Ftorek is fourth among defensemen with 23 points (3g-20a).
- IceMen are fifth on the penalty kill on the road at 85.1 percent (63-for-74).
- K-Wings are 8-1-2 when leading after two periods.
Fort Wayne Komets (17-15-2) at Cincinnati Cyclones (20-10-2) 7:35 p.m. ET
- Fort Wayne's Brandon Marino is third with 30 assists.
- David Pacan leads Cincinnati against the Komets with four points (2g-2a).
- Komets are tied for fifth with four shorthanded goals on the road.
- Cyclones are 11-5-1 against North Division opponents.
Alaska Aces (27-8-0) at Ontario Reign (23-8-2) 6 p.m. PT
- Alaska's Gerald Coleman is third with a .921 save percentage.
- Ontario's Colton Yellow Horn leads the league with 23 goals.
- Aces are fourth with 26.51 shots-against per game.
- Reign are first with 4.00 goals per game.
Bakersfield Condors (8-24-3) at Idaho Steelheads (21-7-5) 7:10 p.m. MT
- Peter Boyd leads Bakersfield against the Steelheads with three goals.
- Idaho's Justin Dowling is second with 44 points (12g-32a).
- Condors are 6-0-1 when leading after two periods.
- Steelheads are 17-1-1 when scoring first.
Utah Grizzlies (13-13-5) at Las Vegas Wranglers (14-14-4) 7:05 p.m. PT
- Utah's Mitch Wahl (5g-6a) and Brad Mills (3g-8a) are both on seven-game point streaks.
- Las Vegas' Joe Fallon is fourth with a 2.33 goals-against average.
- Grizzlies are second on the power play on the road at 22.8 percent (18-for-79).
- Wranglers are second with 32.50 shots per game.
Colorado Eagles (17-15-3) at Stockton Thunder (18-11-7) 7:30 p.m. PT
- Colorado's Jason Beatty leads defensemen with two shorthanded goals.
- Yannick Riendeau leads Stockton against the Eagles with three points (0g-3a).
- Eagles are first on the power play at 25.0 percent (42-for-168).
- Thunder are 13-1-4 when scoring first.
ECHL Stories from January 5, 2013
- Hunter's three points power Thunder over Eagles in back-and-forth affair - Stockton Thunder
- Wranglers Take Down Grizzlies, 4-1 - Las Vegas Wranglers
- Eagles Can't Catch up to Thunder in First of Four Meetings - Colorado Eagles
- Reign Snap Aces' Winning Streak with 2-1 Shootout Win - Ontario Reign
- Early Start Leads Las Vegas Past Utah - Utah Grizzlies
- Big Nailers' First Stuns Titans, 5-0 - Trenton Titans
- Condors Drop Saturday Affair in Idaho - Bakersfield Condors
- Sinkewich Lifts Glads in OT, 4-3 - Atlanta Gladiators
- Crowder's Hat Trick Lifts Nailers to Victory - Wheeling Nailers
- Cyclones Drop Thriller to Fort Wayne in Front of Record Crowd, 5-4 - Cincinnati Cyclones
- Curry Stops 39 Shots as Orlando Knocks off Toledo 4-3 in a Shootout - Orlando Solar Bears
- Eric Kattelus Records Five Points in Kalamazoo's 7-4 Victory - Kalamazoo Wings
- Greenville Wins Tight Game against Stingrays - Greenville Swamp Rabbits
- Elmira falls to Reading - Elmira Jackals
- Road Warriors Slip Past Stingrays 2-1 - South Carolina Stingrays
- Orlando Opens Road Trip with 5-1 Loss to Evansville - Orlando Solar Bears
- Steelheads, Ralph Agree to Contract Extension - Idaho Steelheads
- Countdown to Face-Off: Kalamazoo vs Evansville - Kalamazoo Wings
- ECHL Transactions - January 5 - ECHL
- Titans GameDay at Wheeling - January 5 (Game 33, Away 17) - Trenton Titans
- Game Preview: Solar Bears at Toledo Walleye Tonight - January 5 - Orlando Solar Bears
- Cyclones Game Preview - Cincinnati vs. Fort Wayne - Cincinnati Cyclones
- Game Preview: Stockton Thunder Vs. Colorado Eagles - Stockton Thunder
- Elmira Jackals Game Preview - Elmira Jackals
- Stingrays Game Preview: Battle of the Palmetto State Continues Tonight - South Carolina Stingrays
- ECHL Today - January 5 - ECHL
- Bulls Complete Third-Period Comeback, Take Down Eagles, 4-3 - San Francisco Bulls
- Reign Bear Down to Beat Grizzlies 6-4 - Ontario Reign
- Martindale nets first of the season as Coleman, Crabb push Aces by Thunder - Stockton Thunder
- Ontario Comes Back to Beat Utah 6-4 - Utah Grizzlies
- Crabb, Coleman Lead Aces to 3-1 Win to Open 2013 - Alaska Aces
- Sides' First Career Hat Trick Not Enough to Keep Eagles Perfect - Colorado Eagles
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