Taylor Vause (COL) - Vause, a mainstay in the Adirondack lineup for much of the season, was sent to Colorado for his team's final four playoff games of the first round, a series the Eagles dropped in seven games to the Ontario Reign. Vause's playoff performance included a three assist game in Colorado's 4-1 Game 5 victory, in which Vause was named as the game's first star.
Nathan Moon (COL) - A midseason acquisition by Colorado, Moon led the team with five assists and finished tied for second on the Eagles roster with six points (1-5-6) over seven games played. Moon, who collected one point in six games with the Adirondack Flames, finished third on the Eagles this season in scoringi with 42 points (13-29-42).
Jacob DeSerres (COL) - DeSerres turned aside 28 of the 33 shots he faced in 78 minutes of Kelly Cup Playoff action. DeSerres earned the start in Game 3, where the Eagles surrendered 13 power plays, five of which turned into goals for Ontario. DeSerres also entered the series in relief during Game 7, where he was between the pipes for 18:13 during the third period. DeSerres made his AHL debut with Adirondack in an early April defeat to Toronto.
Brant Harris (FLA) - Harris was a part of Florida's first round series victory over Orlando, as the Everblades skated to a six game victory. Despite being held scoreless in Round 1, Harris foudn the back of the net in Game 1 of the second round against South Carolina, a power-play marker, as the Everblades fell 6-3. Florida currently trails the Steingrays two games to none. Harris was one of Adirondack's more productive PTO players this season, having collected five points (2-3-5) over 15 games played, including a goal in his Adirondack debut on March 14 against Toronto.
Clay Witt (SC) - Along with Harris, Witt has also advanced to the second round of the playoffs. The Northeastern graduate has appeared in one game to date, entering in relief for South Carolina in Game 6 of their first round series against Reading. Witt turned aside 10-of-12 shots in his professional debut. Witt signed an ATO with the Flames on March 13 and was released on April 9 without appearing in any game action.
Cam Reid (REA) - A prolific ECHL scorer during the regular season, Reid collected six points (3-3-6) over five playoff games in Reading's hard fought seven game defeat to South Carolina. Reid collected points in Games 4, 5 and 6, including a three assist effort in 4-2 Game 4 victory and a two goal performance in a 6-1 Game 6 win.