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Cincinnati Cyclones

The Cincinnati Cyclones[[1]] were born out of a move of a team in the East Coast Hockey League E.C.H.L.[[2]] in the 1990-1991 season. They played two season in the e.c.h.l. at the historical Cincinnti Gardans[[3]]. They moved to play in the old International Hockey League I.H.L. for 7 season till the breakup of the I.H.L.. With that, the Cyclones moved from Cincinnati Gardens to there new and current home of the Riverfont Colisium-Firstbank Arena and now U.S. Bank Arena[[4]]. The Cyclones moved back to the e.c.h.l. after the breakup of the I.H.L.. Many former teams of I.h.l. were able to move to the American Hockey League A.h.l.[[5]]. This wasn't possiable for the Cyclones as an A.h.l. team the Mighty Ducks were in town at that time. The Cyclones played 2 season and stoped operations for 2 season. The Cyclone started operation up in 2006 for 15 years of existance. The Cyclones won the Kelly Cup the top league trophie in 2007-2008 season.

External links

  • Cincinnati Cyclones' Official Web site
  • The CycWard - Section 60: Cyclones Fan Web Site

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