Former Rabbits have been turning heads at both the NHL and AHL levels as all three teams in the Royal Family have hit the 25-game mark.
In the ECHL, the Rabbits have a hold on the top spot in the South Division and the Eastern Conference. The Ontario Reign trail the Calgary Wranglers by one point for the top spot in the AHL's Pacific Division. In the throne room, the LA Kings have a nine-point lead over the Calgary Flames for the third spot in the Pacific Division while also trailing the Vancouver Canucks by six points with five games in-hand.
CAM TALBOT - Goaltender
While many fans have been locked in on the Swamp Rabbits' best 25-game start in franchise history, the "Big Club" has been making waves with a 17-6-4 record.
A large part of that success has been Cam Talbot, who in his 11th NHL season is posting some of his best numbers of his career.
In 20 games, 19 of which are starts, Talbot has recorded a 13-5-2 record, a 2.02 goals-against average, and .926 save-percentage.
His 2023-24 numbers are on track to be his best season stats since his rookie season as a member of the New York Rangers in 2013-14.
TYLER INAMOTO - Defense
Since his recall to the Reign in the later stages of November, Inamoto has made the most of his opportunities in the lineup.
In four games, Inamoto already surpassed his one-assist total from his previous nine appearances over the last two season, putting up a pair of helpers since joining the team.
His most recent point came on Saturday night, as he earned the primary assist on Samuel Helenius' Teddy Bear Toss Goal in a shootout win over the Colorado Eagles.
WYATTE WYLIE - Defense
Wylie has only appeared in five games for the Swamp Rabbits and has been one of the top blue line performers over those games with two goals and two assists.
At the AHL level, Wylie is finding consistency in the Reign lineup, having played in 11 games this season.
In his 11 appearances, he has remained a well-rounded defensive asset, but recorded his first point in Saturday's win over Colorado with the secondary assist on Helenius' goal, passing the puck along the blue line to Inamoto.
MAX MARTIN - Defense
Martin lands in Ontario as one of the most recent recalls by the Reign this past weekend.
While he waits for his first appearance of the season, Martin leaves the Rabbits with a four-game point streak (1g, 5a) and the mark of top defensive scorer on the team.
JACOB INGHAM - Goaltender
Ingham earns his first recall to the Reign on following a backup performance in Greenville on Friday night. A "short" flight later, Ingham was dressed for backup duties for the win over Colorado.
In his time with the Rabbits, Ingham was nothing short of sensational, leading the ECHL with an 11-2 record while posting a 2.64 goals-against average and a .920 save-percentage.
With a pair of games in Abbotsford on Wednesday and Thursday, Ingham will likely see his first action in the AHL this season in one of the two contests.