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Twin City Cyclones Week in Review

January 12, 2009 - Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL) - Twin City Cyclones News Release

Cottonmouths Sneak Past Cyclones, 5-4

January 08, 2009

Winston-Salem, NC

The Cyclones were looking to extend their four-game winning streak Thursday night against the visiting Columbus Cottonmouths, but were unfortunately not able to come away with the win. Final score, 5-4.

Scoring for the Cyclones: Matt Puntureri (2 goals), Michael Richard, and Russell Smith.

Twin City Loses Close One to Richmond, 4-3

January 9, 2009

Winston-Salem, NC

The Cyclones welcomed the Richmond Renegades to the Annex Friday night with the intent of gaining a couple of points and inching closer to that third place spot in the SPHL rankings. Although a tightly contested match up, the Cyclones were unable to produce a victory.

Scoring for the Cyclones: Russell Smith, Michael Richard, and Taylor Hustead.

Twin City Has Difficult Week

January 12, 2009

Winston-Salem, NC

Coming off of back-to-back loses at home against Columbus and Richmond, the Cyclones needed to regroup and collect a couple of points Saturday night in Knoxville. Unfortunately, they were not able to fend off the Ice Bears. Final score, 2-0.

The Cyclones will be on the road this week with stops in Fayetteville on Friday and Richmond on Saturday. Fans can keep up with the action live on the B2 Networks online or on www.pointstreak.com.

UPCOMING HOME GAMES AND PROMOTIONS:

JANUARY 22 VS. RICHMOND RENEGADES: THIRSTY THURSDAY; 7:30PM

JANUARY 23 VS. FAYETTEVILLE FIREANTZ: CY'S BIRTHDAY/MASCOT NIGHT/FAMILY FOUR PACK NIGHT; 7:30PM

JANUARY 30 VS FAYETTEVILLE FIREANTZ: PET ADOPTION NIGHT/ TEAM PHOTO GIVEAWAY; 7:30PM

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