Earlier I reported on the weekend for the San Antonio Rampage. They are not the only affiliate of the Florida Panthers that saw action. The Cincinnati Cyclones saw some action last Friday and Saturday nights also.
Friday night – the Cyclones won against the Evansville Icemen by a score of 6-1. It was all Cyclones from the start. During the first and second periods, it looked as if the Cyclones would be on their way to a shutout as they were up 5-0. The shutout wasn’t meant to be, but the win was. Your final… Cyclones 6, Icemen 1.
Saturday night – the Cyclones tried to come from behind to win against the Toledo Walleye, but fell short. The final outcome was Walleye 4, Cyclones 3. After the first and second periods, you could tell it wasn’t the Cyclones’ night, but they tried to change that come the third. Entering with the score 4-1, the Cyclones’ tried to rally the troops to form a come from behind win. Afterall, they held the Walleye to no goals scored, and netted 2 of their own. It wasn’t meant to be, but it was a nice try.
Your final again… Walleye 4, Cyclones 3.