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Cyclones Make Additional Roster Changes

February 27, 2009 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) - Twin City Cyclones News Release

Locked in a tight race for a playoff position with ten games left in the regular season, the Twin City Cyclones a member of the Southern Professional Hockey League, announced a series of roster moves today.

General Manager Sean Cowan announced the signing of forward Daryl Moore, 26, height- 5.07--weight 160, who most recently played with Rio Grande Valley of the Central Hockey League. Moore scored 28 goals as a member of the Cyclones in the 2007-08 season and was named to the SPHL All-Star team for that year. The Brantford, Ontario native, a third year pro, played in 45 games for Rio Grande Valley this year scoring 11 goals and 18 assists before rejoining the Cyclones.

Secondly, Cowan announced the signing of forward Ryan Webb, 27, height- 6.00-weight- 190 who hails from Roseville, Michigan. Webb's SPHL rights were obtained by Twin City as part of a trade last summer with the Richmond Renegades. He is a fourth year pro with extensive playing time in the SPHL with the Jacksonville Barracudas as well as having spent time in both the United Hockey League and in the ECHL. He has scored over 100 goals in his professional career.

A third roster change was caused by the recall of defenseman Jim Jensen who has appeared in 46 games for the Cyclones recording four goals and four assists this season. The 27 year old Jensen has been assigned to the Utah Grizzlies of the ECHL.

The Cyclones also signed free agent forward Edan Welch, who started the season in Hunstville. Welch currently has 12 goals and 20 assists in 50 games played. Welch previously played for the Cyclones during the 05-06 and 06-07 seasons, when the team was located in Florence, SC.

Lastly, the Cyclones announced that forwards Brady Heintz and Steve Obelnicki have been placed on the 30 day injured reserve list and that they have waived forwards Josh Piro and Chris Tutalo.

The Cyclones have upcoming home games on February 27, March 5, and March 6.

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