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The worst occurred after game six, when Reading's Scott Fletcher allegedly struck a Cincinnati fan with a stick, drawing an indefinite suspension by the league. In front of 5, fans, the Cyclones posted a 1—0 win to become the first team in ECHL history, and the sixth professional hockey team in history, [ citation needed ] to come back from a 3—0 deficit to win a best of seven series.

The only goal of the contest was scored by Barret Ehgoetz into the game. Cincinnati scored game-winning goals within the last minute in the first two games, a 3—2 win on a goal by Mark Van Guilder with The series shifted to US Bank Arena and witnessed an Idaho victory within the first minute of the second overtime of game three, as Evan Barlow received a pass at the bottom of the right circle and fired the puck into a largely vacated goal, as Cyclones goalie Robert Mayer had committed to the left side.

With the victory, the Cyclones clinched their second Kelly Cup title in three years. The game was also the Cyclones 24th Kelly Cup playoff game, surpassing the club record of 22 postseason games played by the championship team and is one more than South Carolina 23 had in its title run in Cincinnati finished with a total record of 59—32—4.

The Cyclones underwent several changes before the —11 season when assistant coach Dean Stork became the head coach of the Greenville Road Warriors in June and head coach Chuck Weber was promoted to the American Hockey League as head coach of the Rochester Americans on July On August 12, Cincinnati named Jarrod Skalde as the new head coach.

After undergoing this major coaching overhaul and losing a large portion of their roster, the Cyclones went on to post their third lowest points total in franchise history.

They were still able to earn a seventh seed in the ECHL playoffs, but lost in the first round to Reading Royals, three-games-to-one. Despite heavy support by new AHL affiliate, the —12 season would still be unsuccessful.

The Cyclones had a slow start to the season and while they stayed competitive throughout the rest of the season, they earned only 35 wins and 79 points.

Cincinnati would finish tenth in the conference, marking only the third time in their season history that they did not make the playoffs. The Cyclones made a complete turnaround the next season, beginning the season unbeaten in regulation for the first nine games.

Their 42 wins and 92 points won the North Division regular season championship, their third such accolade in six seasons, and placed them second in the Eastern Conference. The season earned head coach Jarrod Skalde Coach of the Year honors.

Cincinnati would go on to win a pair of six-game wins against the Toledo Walleye and Gwinnett Gladiators before losing a five-game conference final to the top seeded Reading Royals, who would go on to win the Kelly Cup.

On July 9, , coach Skalde accepted an assistant's position with the AHL's Norfolk Admirals , becoming the second consecutive Cyclones coach to be promoted to a higher level.

Before the —15 season, Skalde was appointed as Norfolk's head coach. Cincinnati came back strong under new head coach Ben Simon in —14, with 41 wins and 91 points for a fifth-place finish in the Eastern Conference.

They faced the Brabham Cup winning Alaska Aces , but would lose the series in six games. Despite the loss in the final, Cincinnati goaltender Rob Madore was named Most Valuable Player of the Kelly Cup playoffs , becoming the first player from the losing team to win the award in the ECHL's year history, and the fourth Cincinnati goaltender to either win the trophy outright or share the trophy.

Madore earned the award after leading the ECHL with all 14 of Cincinnati's playoff wins, 1, minutes of play, and a Cincinnati record saves while playing every second of Cincinnati's 24 playoff games.

After the season, coach Simon accepted a role with the Toronto Marlies , the top affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Simon became the third consecutive Cyclones head coach to accept a role in the AHL.

Following Simon's promotion, Matt Macdonald became Cincinnati's head coach. In the —15 season , Cincinnati finished fifth in the North Division of the Eastern Conference with a record of 31—30—2—9.

The team would miss the playoffs by only three points. While the game was a 3—2 shootout loss to the Indy Fuel , the Cyclones set the record for the largest crowd for a professional hockey game in the year history of US Bank Arena.

After ten seasons, the Nashville Predators and Milwaukee Admirals ended their affiliation with the Cyclones prior to the —18 season. This is the second time Buffalo has affiliated with a Cincinnati hockey team, after the Sabres' affiliation with the Cincinnati Swords in the s.

Despite the regular season success, the team lost in the division finals four games to one to the Toledo Walleye. After introducing their current mascot, Twister, in , the Cyclones had always included him in their uniform design.

In fact, from — he was the centerpiece of the jerseys they wore. However, prior to the —15 season, the organization did a complete revamp of the uniforms and their colors.

Twister was removed from the uniform completely along with the color yellow. The shade of red used was also changed from a darker maroonish style red to a more bright royal red. The logo now is described as being a twister, or cyclone, in the center of a "C" standing for, Cincinnati.

The jersey concepts also changed from being a classic hockey style to a more modern era look. The home, away, and alternate jerseys have red shoulders and red stripes that begin at the elbow area and wrap around to the underside of the wrists.

The home jerseys are base white with red trim, the away jerseys are base black with red trim, and the alternates are base grey with black trim. Other than the change in color, all three jerseys are similar.

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Trip Reports: Solo Travelers - Add yours! This led to a rematch with fourth seeded, and defending champion, South Carolina in the first round, where Cincinnati defeated the Stingrays in five games.

Veteran captain Barrett Eghotz scored in overtime for the 3—2 win in game five and was the third straight overtime game in the series. The Cyclones then faced the top seeded Charlotte Checkers , defeating the Checkers in game seven with a 2—1 victory.

The seven game series was marred by several incidents, both on and off the ice, that resulted in suspensions and fines to players and staff of both organizations.

The worst occurred after game six, when Reading's Scott Fletcher allegedly struck a Cincinnati fan with a stick, drawing an indefinite suspension by the league. In front of 5, fans, the Cyclones posted a 1—0 win to become the first team in ECHL history, and the sixth professional hockey team in history, [ citation needed ] to come back from a 3—0 deficit to win a best of seven series.

The only goal of the contest was scored by Barret Ehgoetz into the game. Cincinnati scored game-winning goals within the last minute in the first two games, a 3—2 win on a goal by Mark Van Guilder with The series shifted to US Bank Arena and witnessed an Idaho victory within the first minute of the second overtime of game three, as Evan Barlow received a pass at the bottom of the right circle and fired the puck into a largely vacated goal, as Cyclones goalie Robert Mayer had committed to the left side.

With the victory, the Cyclones clinched their second Kelly Cup title in three years. The game was also the Cyclones 24th Kelly Cup playoff game, surpassing the club record of 22 postseason games played by the championship team and is one more than South Carolina 23 had in its title run in Cincinnati finished with a total record of 59—32—4.

The Cyclones underwent several changes before the —11 season when assistant coach Dean Stork became the head coach of the Greenville Road Warriors in June and head coach Chuck Weber was promoted to the American Hockey League as head coach of the Rochester Americans on July On August 12, Cincinnati named Jarrod Skalde as the new head coach.

After undergoing this major coaching overhaul and losing a large portion of their roster, the Cyclones went on to post their third lowest points total in franchise history.

They were still able to earn a seventh seed in the ECHL playoffs, but lost in the first round to Reading Royals, three-games-to-one. Despite heavy support by new AHL affiliate, the —12 season would still be unsuccessful.

The Cyclones had a slow start to the season and while they stayed competitive throughout the rest of the season, they earned only 35 wins and 79 points. Cincinnati would finish tenth in the conference, marking only the third time in their season history that they did not make the playoffs.

The Cyclones made a complete turnaround the next season, beginning the season unbeaten in regulation for the first nine games. Their 42 wins and 92 points won the North Division regular season championship, their third such accolade in six seasons, and placed them second in the Eastern Conference.

The season earned head coach Jarrod Skalde Coach of the Year honors. Cincinnati would go on to win a pair of six-game wins against the Toledo Walleye and Gwinnett Gladiators before losing a five-game conference final to the top seeded Reading Royals, who would go on to win the Kelly Cup.

On July 9, , coach Skalde accepted an assistant's position with the AHL's Norfolk Admirals , becoming the second consecutive Cyclones coach to be promoted to a higher level. Before the —15 season, Skalde was appointed as Norfolk's head coach.

Cincinnati came back strong under new head coach Ben Simon in —14, with 41 wins and 91 points for a fifth-place finish in the Eastern Conference.

They faced the Brabham Cup winning Alaska Aces , but would lose the series in six games. Despite the loss in the final, Cincinnati goaltender Rob Madore was named Most Valuable Player of the Kelly Cup playoffs , becoming the first player from the losing team to win the award in the ECHL's year history, and the fourth Cincinnati goaltender to either win the trophy outright or share the trophy.

Madore earned the award after leading the ECHL with all 14 of Cincinnati's playoff wins, 1, minutes of play, and a Cincinnati record saves while playing every second of Cincinnati's 24 playoff games.

After the season, coach Simon accepted a role with the Toronto Marlies , the top affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Simon became the third consecutive Cyclones head coach to accept a role in the AHL.

Following Simon's promotion, Matt Macdonald became Cincinnati's head coach. In the —15 season , Cincinnati finished fifth in the North Division of the Eastern Conference with a record of 31—30—2—9.

The team would miss the playoffs by only three points. While the game was a 3—2 shootout loss to the Indy Fuel , the Cyclones set the record for the largest crowd for a professional hockey game in the year history of US Bank Arena.

After ten seasons, the Nashville Predators and Milwaukee Admirals ended their affiliation with the Cyclones prior to the —18 season. This is the second time Buffalo has affiliated with a Cincinnati hockey team, after the Sabres' affiliation with the Cincinnati Swords in the s.

Despite the regular season success, the team lost in the division finals four games to one to the Toledo Walleye. After introducing their current mascot, Twister, in , the Cyclones had always included him in their uniform design.

In fact, from — he was the centerpiece of the jerseys they wore. However, prior to the —15 season, the organization did a complete revamp of the uniforms and their colors.

Twister was removed from the uniform completely along with the color yellow. The shade of red used was also changed from a darker maroonish style red to a more bright royal red.

The logo now is described as being a twister, or cyclone, in the center of a "C" standing for, Cincinnati. The jersey concepts also changed from being a classic hockey style to a more modern era look.

The home, away, and alternate jerseys have red shoulders and red stripes that begin at the elbow area and wrap around to the underside of the wrists. The home jerseys are base white with red trim, the away jerseys are base black with red trim, and the alternates are base grey with black trim.

Other than the change in color, all three jerseys are similar. Records as of May 4, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Updated July 17, Retrieved September 6, Retrieved Archived from the original on Cincinnati Cyclones.

Archived from the original PDF on May 25, July 2, Retrieved December 5, Sports Illustrated. Cincinnati Gardens U. Buffalo Sabres. Founded in Based in Buffalo, New York. Records Award winners Retired numbers.

Category Commons. Rochester Americans. Founded in Based in Rochester, New York. Toronto Marlies Syracuse Crunch. Knox and N. ECHL — Western Conference Eastern Conference.

Allen Americans. Idaho Steelheads. Kansas City Mavericks. Rapid City Rush. Utah Grizzlies. Wichita Thunder. Fort Wayne Komets. Kalamazoo Wings. Toledo Walleye. Wheeling Nailers.

Adirondack Thunder. Brampton Beast. Maine Mariners. Newfoundland Growlers. Reading Royals. Worcester Railers. Atlanta Gladiators. Florida Everblades. Greenville Swamp Rabbits. Jacksonville Icemen.

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Steinbach, Manitoba. The only goal of the contest was scored by Barret Ehgoetz into the game. They returned to play their home games at U. The Cyclones finished third and missed the playoffs. Lost to Hudson Valley Renegades It brought many to find this to be an extremely intuitive and preferential method of control, and stand by it to this day. He worked with the Brooklyn Cyclones for 2 seasons. On November 29, Weber picked up his th professional head coaching victory with a 6—3 win at Johnstown. The worst occurred after game six, when Reading's Scott Fletcher allegedly struck a Cincinnati fan with a stick, drawing an indefinite suspension by the league. In front of 5, fans, the Cyclones posted a 1—0 win to become the first team in ECHL history, and the sixth professional hockey team in history, [ citation needed ] to come back from a 3—0 deficit to win a best of seven series.

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Cincinnati wbere game-winning this web page within whers last minute in the first two games, a 3—2 win on a goal by Mark Van Guilder with ECHL — Where do the cyclones play EdwardsPaul Lawless. The Pelican has not made an appearance since the season. The team's owner at the time, Doug Kirchhoferwas granted an International Hockey League franchise and chose to move the Cyclones name to that franchise. With the victory, the Cyclones clinched their second Kelly Cup title in three years. McBride, British Columbia. They returned to play their home games at U. New York—Penn League —present.

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