●When: Today and tomorrow vs. Trenton, 7:30 p.m.
●Radio: 97.3 FM
●Storm: Toledo (9-6-3, tied fourth-ECHL North) is coming off a Sports Arena weekend split, beating Atlantic City on Friday and losing to Peoria on Saturday. ... This weekend marks the Storm's first appearances against Trenton this season. ... With goals in each of his last two games, Bowling Green State University product Tyler Knight has taken over the Storm's goal-scoring lead with 7. ... G Logan Koopmans is 4-1 in his last five starts, during which time his goals-against average has dropped from 4.08 to 2.22 and his save percentage has improved from .880 to .923. His GAA in four home appearances is 1.28. ... Toledo is second lowest in the 28-team ECHL in shots allowed per game, with an average of 27.61. ... The Storm's individual plus/minus rankings range from +4 (D Danny Eberly) to -8 (D Andrew Oke).
●Titans: Trenton (10-3-3, second-ECHL North) has three games in hand on North Division leader Atlantic City and a pair on Toledo. ... The Titans have been strong on the road, going 5-1-1 so far. ... G Andrew Allen ranks in the ECHL's top 10 in goals-against average (2.05). He's 5-2-1 with a .929 save percentage. ... Veteran sniper Rick Kowalsky, recruited by Toledo during the summer when Roanoke folded, has nine goals in 14 games. ... B.J. Abel leads Trenton in points (13GP, 3G, 11A). ... Coach Mike Haviland signed with the Titans during the summer after spending the last three seasons in Atlantic City, where he won the Kelly Cup in 2003 and had an overall record of 130-60-26.
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