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Cincinnati Cyclones Announce Playoff Roster

April 8, 2008 - ECHL (ECHL) - Cincinnati Cyclones News Release

CINCINNATI, Ohio - The Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL have announced their playoff roster for the upcoming Kelly Cup playoffs The Cyclones are the ECHL affiliate for the Montreal Canadiens and Nashville Predators of the NHL.

Each ECHL team can designate 23 players to its postseason roster. There are no additions that can be made to this list unless an emergency situation arises. The only players that can be utilized in those circumstances are those who completed the season with amateur standing (college or junior players are usually the norm).

For the Kelly Cup playoffs, the Cyclones will use 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goaltenders. The breakdown of players and positions is located at the bottom of this release.

The 13 forwards have 153 games in the AHL this season and combined for eleven goals and 25 assists for 36 points. At the ECHL level, those players have 563 games this season, with 213 goals, 315 assists and 528 points.

The eight defensemen have 127 games in the AHL in 2007-08, with a combined total of four goals and 13 assists for 17 points. In Cincinnati, they accumulated 230 games with 16 goals, 68 assists and 84 points.

The goaltending tandem was 6-7-3 at the AHL level in 19 games with a 2.87 goals against average and a .907 save percentage. In 36 games with the Cyclones, they were 27-7-2 with a 2.19 goals against average and a .923 save percentage.

The list of players includes: Chad Starling, D; Jeremy Swanson, D; Jon Gleed, D; Kyle Bushee, D; Matt Macdonald, D; Sean Perkins, D; Barret Ehgoetz, F; David Desharnais, F; Jason Deitsch, F; Mathieu Aubin, F; Olivier Latendresse, F; Ryan Russell, F; Scott Reynolds, F; Thomas Beauregard, F; Travis Hanson, F; Maxime Daigneault, G; Lee Lansdowne, G; Billy Irish-Baker, F; Jimmy Bonneau, F; Matt Syroczynski, F; Bryan Schmidt, D; Conrad Martin, D; Jean-Michel Daoust, F; Cedrick Desjardins, G; Ryan Maki, F; T.J. McElroy, D.

The Cincinnati Cyclones play host to Johnstown or Dayton on Friday night (April 11) and Saturday night (April 12) at 7:30pm at U.S. Bank Arena. Tickets for all Cyclones games can be purchased at the U.S. Bank Arena box office, all Ticketmaster outlets including select Kroger stores, charge by phone at 513-562-4949 or online at ticketmaster.com. The most up-to-date information and broadcast of the games can be found on our website www.cycloneshockey.com.

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2007-08 Cincinnati Cyclones Playoff Roster

(as of April 8, 2008)

FORWARDS (13)

No. Name Birthdate Age Birthplace Shts Ht Wt 2006-07 Team GP G A Pts PIM

78 Mathieu Aubin 9/18/86 21 Sorel, QUE R 6-3 204 Cincinnati-ECHL 38 12 25 37 32

Hamilton-AHL 17 2 3 5 4

82 Thomas Beauregard 2/ 9/86 22 St-Georges-Beauce, QUE R 5-11 182 Acadia-Bathurst-QMJHL 69 71 53 124 44

24 Jimmy Bonneau 3/22/85 22 Baie-Comeau, QUE L 6-3 220 Cincinnati-ECHL 46 2 5 7 89

26 Jean-Michel Daoust 11/24/83 24 Valleyfield, QUE R 5-7 170 Cincinnati-ECHL 71 32 30 62 63

19 Jason Deitsch 4/21/80 27 Cincinnati, OH L 5-10 185 Cincinnati-ECHL 69 26 45 71 99

Wilkes Barre-AHL 6 1 0 1 8

51 David Desharnais 9/14/86 21 Quebec, QUE L 5-6 177 Chicoutimi-QMJHL 61 38 70 108 32

11 Barret Ehgoetz 4/16/81 26 Kincardine, ONT L 5-9 170 Cincinnati-ECHL 69 18 26 44 72

3 Billy Irish-Baker 2/16/83 25 Clarence, NY L 5-10 188 Canisius-NCAA 35 3 6 9 22

Cincinnati-ECHL 6 1 0 1 6

42 Olivier Latendresse 2/12/86 22 LaSalle, QUE L 5-10 195 Phoenix-ECHL 47 12 15 27 22

San Antonio-AHL 17 1 3 4 14

28 Ryan Maki 4/23/84 23 Medford, NJ R 6-1 208 Harvard-NCAA 32 12 11 23 36

Milwaukee-AHL 2 0 1 1 0

27 Scott Reynolds 3/17/81 26 Kerrobert, SASK L 6-1 195 Cincinnati-ECHL 68 10 13 23 34

16 Ryan Russell 5/ 2/87 20 Caroline, ALB L 5-10 165 Kootenay-WHL 58 30 46 76 40

23 Matt Syroczynski 7/ 2/83 24 Hamburg, NY L 6-5 225 Fort Wayne-UHL 73 20 21 41 106

DEFENSEMEN (8)

No. Name Birthdate Age Birthplace Shts Ht Wt 2006-07 Team GP G A Pts PIM

5 Jon Gleed 1/ 3/84 24 Milton, ONT R 6-2 210 Cincinnati-ECHL 40 3 6 9 72 Hamilton-AHL 8 0 1 1 4

4 Matt Macdonald 3/16/83 25 Niagara Falls, ONT L 6-1 205 Cincinnati-ECHL 71 1 22 23 131

44 Conrad Martin 10/25/82 25 Toronto, ONT R 6-1 215 Cincinnati-ECHL 65 2 21 23 101

9 T.J. McElroy 11/ 3/82 25 Golden Valley, MN R 6-0 210 South Carolina-ECHL 65 8 15 23 110

32 Sean Perkins 11/18/86 21 Cormmerce, MI R 5-9 190 Vernon-BCHL 38 7 27 34 66

39 Brian Schmidt 7/27/81 26 Bloomington, MN R 6-3 209 Manchester-AHL 58 5 13 18 44

Reading-ECHL 6 2 1 3 6

2 Chad Starling 9/16/80 26 Delisle, SASK L 6-6 205 Cincinnati-ECHL 70 4 15 19 125

25 Jeremy Swanson 6/24/81 26 Red Rock, ONT L 6-0 208 Rochester-AHL 47 0 2 2 47 Flroida-ECHL 16 0 3 3 41

GOALTENDERS (2)

No. Name Birthdate Age Birthplace Catches Ht Wt 2006-07 Team GP W L T GAA

31 Maxime Daigneault 1/23/84 24 St.-Jacques-le-Mineu, QUE L 6-3 203 Hershey-AHL 33 23 6 0 2.64

30 Cedrick Desjardins 9/30/85 22 Edmundson, NB L 6-0 192 Cincinnati-ECHL 44 24 19 1 2.54

Hamilton-AHL 3 0 2 0 2.96


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