ECHL Power Rankings
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The Walleye are the first ECHL team to score 100 goals, averaging 4.55 goals per game. They also have a league-leading 10 road wins. The Brothers Spink leads the ECHL in rookie scoring, combining for 18G, 30A for 48 points.
Florida scores 44.8 percent of their goals (35 of 78) in the second period of games. Only Manchester has more second period goals this season (44).
The Monarchs have taken advantage of a home-heavy schedule so far this season. They are tied with Tulsa for the league-lead in home win (10).
Defenseman Matt Register is second in the ECHL in scoring among defensemen. He has 22 points (6G, 16A) in 24 games. The Eagles are 7-2-1 in their last 10 games.
Phil Brewer has been on fire recently, collecting seven points in his last 7 games (2G, 5A). Tulsa continues to stay near the top of the league standings, led by Jamie Phillips, who has a 15-3-1 record, 2.33 GAA & .924 save percentage.
Peter Sivak is the hottest player in the ECHL right now. Last weekend, he scored nine points (5G, 4A) against the Toledo Walleye. He leads the league with 20 goals and 36 points.
The Thunder have a 10-1-3 record when scoring first this season. Ty Loney leads the team in scoring with 25 points (11G, 14A).
The Royals 8-game winning streak is the longest in the ECHL so far this season. Goaltender Mark Dekanich is 10-6-2 on the season, with a 2.80 goals against average and a .914 save percentage.
Since Drake Berehowsky returned to the Solar Bears bench, the team has gone 8-2-1 and have scored an average of 5.18 goals during the run. Denver Manderson has 17 points (6G, 11A) since the coaching change.
For the second week in a row, Riley Gill is ECHL Goalie of the Week. In his last six starts, he is 5-1, a 1.01 GAA, .966 sv%, 3 SO (all on road) and stopped 173 of the last 179 shots he has faced.
Others Receiving Votes This Week
Brampton, Fort Wayne, Idaho, Quad City