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ECHL Today - March 8

Wednesday, March 8th
ECHL Today - March 8

Toledo Walleye (36-15-6) at Wheeling Nailers (23-27-5)                          10:45 a.m. ET

  • Toledo’s Brandon Hawkins is on a 10-game point streak (11g-6a).
  • Carter Johnson leads Wheeling against the Walleye with four goals.
  • Walleye have recorded six shutouts during their 13-game winning streak, and have outscored their opponents 56-12.
  • Nailers are tied for third with five shorthanded goals against.

Maine Mariners (31-18-3) at Adirondack Thunder (21-24-8)                  7 p.m. ET

  • Tim Doherty leads Maine against the Thunder with 10 points (5g-5a).
  • Adirondack’s Shane Harper is on a three-game point streak (1g-6a).
  • Mariners are tied for third with 2.81 goals-against per game.
  • Thunder have outscored their opponents 68-54 in the third period.

Reading Royals (31-19-3) at Trois-Rivières Lions (21-32-2)                     7 p.m. ET

  • Reading’s Evan Barratt is on a three-game point streak (6g-2a).
  • Nicolas Guay leads Trois-Rivières against the Royals with six points (1g-5a).
  • Royals lead the league with 27.38 shots-against per game.
  • Lions are 16-1-0 when leading after two periods.

South Carolina Stingrays (32-17-5) at Florida Everblades (30-16-8)      7:30 p.m. ET

  • South Carolina’s Josh Wilkins is on a four-game point streak (3g-8a).
  • Joe Pendenza leads Florida against the Stingrays with seven points (2g-5a).
  • Stingrays lead the league on the power play at 26.2 percent (62-for-237).
  • Everblades are 12-3-0 when outshooting their opponent at home.

Cincinnati Cyclones (34-12-9) at Iowa Heartlanders (13-29-13)              7:05 p.m. CT

  • Cincinnati’s Beck Warm leads the league with 23 wins.
  • Iowa’s Zach White has 10 points (5g-5a) in his last 10 games.
  • Cyclones are tied for the league lead with seven shorthanded goals on the road.
  • Heartlanders are 4-0-1 when leading after one period at home.

LONGEST WINNING STREAK BY GOALTENDER, SEASON17 – Josh Robinson (Missouri, 2015-16)16 – Jeff Jakaitis (South Carolina, 2014-15)13 – Angus Redmond (Newfoundland, 2019-20)     – Daniel Berthiaume (Roanoke, 1994-95)12 – John Lethemon (Toledo, 2022-23)     – Remi Poirier, Idaho (2022-23)     – Cory Cadden (Knoxville, 1993-94)

LONGEST WINNING STREAK, ONE SEASON23 – South Carolina Stingrays (Feb. 7-March 27, 2015)17 – Colorado Eagles (Jan. 25-March 3, 2017)     – Cincinnati Cyclones (Jan. 13-Feb. 29, 2008)15 – Victoria Salmon Kings (Dec. 6, 2008-Jan. 10, 2009)14 – Missouri Mavericks (Nov. 4-Dec. 5, 2015)     – Louisiana IceGators (Nov. 23-Dec. 22, 2001)     – Knoxville Cherokees (Dec. 28, 1993-Jan. 29, 1994)13 – Toledo Walleye (Feb. 5, 2023-Present)     – South Carolina Stingrays (Nov. 24-Dec. 19, 2009)     – Las Vegas Wranglers (March 10-April 7, 2007) 

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