Cincinnati Cyclones Tickets
Team: Cincinnati Cyclones
Home Games Stadium: Heritage Bank Center
Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
League: East Coast Hockey League
Rivals: Wheeling Nailers, Toledo Walleye, Kalamazoo Wings, Indy Fuel, Jacksonville Icemen, Fort Wayne Komets, Greenville Swamp Rabbits
Cincinnati Cyclones TicketsAs part of the East Coast Hockey League, the ECHL, the Cincinnati Cyclones provide exciting hockey at their home arena, the Heritage Bank Center. One of the popular teams in the ECHL, you might witness a game such as the heated victory against the Indy Fuel, a tight 6 to 5 game where Defenseman Tobie Bisson, as well as forwards Mason Mitchell, Nate Mitton, Pascal Aquin, Brady Vail and Jesse Schultz all scored goals for the Cyclones. Enjoy the game, led by the mascot, Puckchop, as he cheers the 'clones and heckles the fans. Events, such as Wizard Weekend, add fun for the whole family at game time. Highly anticipated games, such as against the Toledo Walleye, Greenville Swamp Rabbits and Wheeling Nailers are on the schedule. Watch the Cyclones, the No. 2 team in the western division in mid-February 2020, as the action begins. Planned events at hockey games include Nickelodeon Weekend, Cincinnati Beasts Night, $1 Beer Night and more. Grab your Cincinnati Cyclones tickets at StubHub for non-stop excitement in hockey.
What is the Cincinnati Cyclones schedule in spring of 2020?Scheduled are games with the Walleye on February 20, 2020, with the Nailers on February 21st, the Walleye on the 22nd, the Swamp Rabbits on Feb. 26th (not at home), the Swamp Rabbits on Feb. 28th and the Nailers on the 29th (not at home). Home games in March are on March 4th against the Wings, March 6th against the Komets and March 7th against the Walleye. Be sure to be there as the goal points add up.
Which notable players can I see during the present season?Jesse Schultz, a speedy winger, has had good goal point totals this season along with centers Ben Johnson and Darik Angeli. Justin Baudry can be seen in exciting defensive action, while Josh Taylor and Jamie Phillips tend goal.
Who is the Cincinnati Cyclones’ head coach?Matt Thomas was named head coach for the Cincinnati Cyclones in 2018. He is a native of Maple Ridge, BC, and he spent 11 seasons as head of the Atlantic Boardwalk Bullies, Fresno Falcons and Stockton Thunder during the years between 2002 and 2013. His background includes coaching the Stockton Thunder, who competed for the Kelly Cup in 2013. As he joined the Cyclones, he had the record for the ECHL's sixth most-winning coach with a career record of 342-225-80. In 2018, he was the all-time leader in playoff games coached with a total of 97. He ranked third with 49 playoff wins.
What rivals do the Cyclones have?The Cincinnati Cyclones have had the most fights with the Wheeling Nailers. Next in line for the fighting honors are the Kalamazoo Wings. Earning the 10th place, or the position of the friendliest rivalry, are the Dayton Bombers.
How big is the arena where the Cyclones play?Cincinnati Cyclones, the 2008 and 2010 Kelly Cup winners, call the Heritage Bank Center their home. Formerly the US Bank Arena, the Heritage Bank Center has a capacity of approximately 17,500. The Heritage Bank Center also features events, such as concerts by the Foo Fighters and Disney on Ice Road Trip performances, as well as others.
What 2020 game ended the 5-game loosing streak of the Cyclones?On February 15th, the Cyclones ended their loosing streak of five games with a 5-2 win against the Indy Fuel. Jamie Phillips stopped 20 shots for his first win as goal tender for the Cincinnati Cyclones.
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