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2011 draft class looking bleak as Balisy signs with St. Johns

Chase Balisy, the sixth round pick of the Nashville Predators in 2011, has signed an AHL deal with the St. John’s IceCaps. Balisy, 22, captained the Western Michigan Broncos last season and finished second on the team in scoring. Nashville’s 2011 draft class is turning into a bit of a rough one. Their seventh round pick, Brent Andrews, went onto win the Memorial Cup in 2013 with...
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August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

ECHL Announces Suspension of Alaska Aces Defenseman John Ramage

The ECHL announced the one-game suspension and fine of Alaska Aces defenseman John Ramage on Saturday due to an elbow that went unpenalized during Game 4. Ramage will be suspended for Game 5 and will pay an undisclosed fine for elbowing Cincinnati Cyclones forward Josh Shalla with a little over seven minutes remaining in the second period. The suspension and fine fall under ECHL...
Via Beyond The Benches
June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Trio of Predators prospects entrenched with the Cyclones during Kelly Cup run

For fans of the Nashville Predators organization, hockey in the month of June is a rare treat. It was last tasted by Nashville’s AHL affiliate, the Milwaukee Admirals, in 2006 and never reached by the Predators themselves. However, just a shade under 300 miles north of the Music City, the Cincinnati Cyclones are quite accustomed to long runs in the playoffs. The Predators ECHL...
Via The Predatorial
June 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Kelly Cup Finals swings to Cincinnati as Predators ECHL affiliate Cyclones trail 2-1

For the ECHL’s top team in the regular season, the Alaska Aces have certainly proven why they were the best through the first three rounds of the Kelly Cup Playoffs. Going in to Friday’s Game Four at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati, the Cyclones have their work cut out for them if they plan on climbing out of their current hole, down two games to one. Leading up to the Finals...
Via The Predatorial
June 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Cincinnati Cyclones continue winning ways

CINCINNATI -- Matt MacDonald is a unique person in Cincinnati. He knows what it is like to win a professional sports championship. MacDonald was a defenseman for the Cincinnati Cyclones in 2008 when the minor league hockey franchise won the ECHL's Kelly Cup. A crowd of 12,722 people showed up at U.S. Bank Arena that night to celebrate. Championships are special no matter what the...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss
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