Here's where several Aces sit among ECHL stat leaders

Posted on October 30, 2012 

After his five-goal outburst in last weekend's three-game sweep of the San Francisco Bulls, Alaska Aces winger Brandon Dubinsky sits tied for first in the ECHL in goals with six in seven games.

The erstwhile NHLer leads the circuit in shots on goal with 37 in seven matches, is one of five guys in the league who have produced a hat trick, and along with teammate Nick Mazzolini is one of 20 guys with a short-handed goal.

Here's where some other Aces sit among individual leaders (and it's worth noting that as a team the Aces' 34.71 shots per game ranks second, their 21.71 shots per game allowed ranks first, and their shot differential of 13.0 shots per game also ranks first):

Goaltender Mark Guggenberger ranks third in goals-against average (1.41), tied for second in wins (4), tied for first in shutouts (1) and stands eighth in minutes played (299).

Joey Crabb, another NHLer, is tied for second in the league in power-play goals (3) and is first in insurance goals (2).

Defenseman William Wrenn is tied for first in goals among blueliners (3), tied for fourth among rookie D in points (5), and tied for ninth overall in blueliner points with his 3-2--5 totals in five games.

Rookie defenseman Chris Haltigin is tied for the league lead in game-winning goals (2).

And Garry Nunn is tied for eighth in power-play assists (3).

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