Cincinnati Cyclones

Cyclones Sign Cullen Eddy To ECHL Tryout Agreement

March 18, 2010 - ECHL (ECHL)
Cincinnati Cyclones News Release

CINCINNATI, Ohio - The Cincinnati Cyclones, ECHL affiliate of the NHL's Montreal Canadiens and Nashville Predators, announced this afternoon they have signed defenseman Cullen Eddy to an ECHL tryout agreement. Eddy will be available to play tonight when the Cyclones host Johnstown at 7:30pm.

Eddy, 21, finished his collegiate career at Mercyhurst College last week. A four-year letterwinner at Mercyhurst, he appeared in 144 career games with nine goals and 40 assists for 49 points and 322 penalty minutes. Cullen helped steer the school to a 15-20-3 record this season and a fourth place finish (of ten teams) in Atlantic Hockey. He had a pair of assists in an 8-2 win over American International on November 27.

The six-foot-one, 205 pound native of Hidden Valley, PA, was a part of two squads that advanced to the Atlantic Hockey championship game. Eddy was named to the Atlantic Hockey All-Freshman team and was invited to participate in the Columbus Bluejackets development camp during July 2008. During his collegiate career, Cullen played with Cyclones players Jamie Coghlan, Matt Pierce and Brett Robinson at Mercyhurst.

In other Cyclones news, defenseman Reid Cashman has been reassigned to the club by the Milwaukee Admirals (AHL). Cashman, has appeared in twelve games with Cincinnati this season and has a goal and twelve assists for 13 points. In 30 games of action with Milwaukee, Reid has four goals and seven assists for eleven points.

The Kelly Cup Playoffs are coming! Tickets for the 2010 Cincinnati Cyclones postseason will soon be on sale. The Cyclones Sales Department can be reached at 513-421-PUCK, extension 3. Selected Friday night games are carried on 1530-AM Homer, while all 72 regular season games can be heard on the club's website at: The next game on ESPN 1530 will come Friday, April 2, when the Cyclones host Johnstown at 7:30pm.

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