Monday, August 19, 2019

Wheeling Nailers

2019 ECHL Trade Deadline Preview – Central Division

There has been a thunderous changing of the guard in the Central Division this year. It appears the Toledo Walleye's run of four straight division titles is over.

Wheeling Builds Momentum in North, Central Swing

WHEELING, W.Va. - With victories over Brampton and divisional foes Toledo and Fort Wayne, the Wheeling Nailers have earned seven out of eight available points in four games, pushing hard towards securing a playoff spot in the Central.

Wheeling Looks to Build on Current Point Streak

After a 1-5-0-0 start, the boys from Nail City have gone 14-6-2-0 in the last 22, including 8-0-1-0 in the last nine and are currently on a five-game winning streak.

The Sin Bin’s 2018 Holiday Wish List: ECHL Central Division

If that North Pole miracle-worker can bring at least some of these treats in his sleigh, it will make the New Year bright.

Nailers Strong December Continues

The Nailers are playing well currently having won three straight and earned a standings point in seven straight.

Nailers Look to Continue Recent Success

WHEELING, W.Va. - After a slow start to the season, the Wheeling Nailers have seem to found their stride

Swamp Rabbits and Nailers Split Weekend Series

This weekend's matchups pitted two teams at the bottom of the ECHL standings early this season.

Wheeling Nailers 2017-18 Preview

The 2017-18 Wheeling Nailers missed the playoffs for the second straight season. A below average penalty kill, inability to win defensive games, and faltering down the stretch lead to Jeff Christian's contract as head coach not being renewed.

A Look at the 2018-19 Nailers Schedule

WHEELING, W.Va. - After a second straight season missing the playoffs, hopes are high for the team from the Friendly City.

Nailers Tab Dennehy to be Next Head Coach

WHEELING, W.V. - Roughly six weeks after playing their last game and not renewing Jeff Christian's contract, the Wheeling Nailers have their guy, one that has a knack for building programs into contenders