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Cyclones Unveil Season-Opening Roster

October 11, 2018 - ECHL (ECHL) - Cincinnati Cyclones News Release

Cincinnati, OH - The Cincinnati Cyclones, proud ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League's (NHL) Buffalo Sabres and the American Hockey League's (AHL) Rochester Americans, have announced the season-opening roster for the 2018-19 season. The roster is made up of 14 forwards, eight defensemen, and two goalies. The full season-opening roster can be found below.

Forwards (14): Pascal Aquin, Shaw Boomhower, Adrian Carbonara, Spencer Dorowicz, Vasili Glotov, Nate Mitton, Judd Peterson, Alex Roos, Jesse Schultz, Jordan Sims, Brady Vail, Justin Vaive, Alex Wideman, Dominic Zombo

Defensemen (8): Arvin Atwal, Tobie Bisson, Andrew DeBrincat, Anthony Florentino, Mitch Jones, Eric Knodel, Devante Stephens, Andrew Tessier,

Goaltenders (2): Michael Houser, Jonas Johansson

(IR) indicates player on Injured Reserve

ECHL teams are permitted to carry a maximum of 20 players on the active roster, with a maximum of 18 allowed to be skaters (non-goalies) at any one time. For the first 30 days of the regular season, teams can carry a maximum of 21 players on the active roster, with a maximum of 19 skaters. Additionally, teams are permitted to carry up to two players at a time on the Reserve List, while an unlimited number of players can be placed on the 14-day Injured Reserve.

The Cyclones begin the 2018-19 season on Saturday night at home against the Ft. Wayne Komets.

The 2018-19 season is on the horizon, and tickets for First Face-Off are on sale NOW! Call (513) 421-PUCK for information regarding information on season and group ticket packages for this upcoming season, and you can also get the latest team updates on Facebook, Twitter (@CincyCyclones), and Instagram, along with our website, www.cycloneshockey.com!


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