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05-05-2008, 10:16 PM
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i watched the game and it was a pretty good one. Cinci top lines are crazy ! Deitsch, Aubin, Tender, Desharnais, Beauregard and Russell are too good. Those 2 lines are AHL lines...

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05-05-2008, 11:54 PM
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Awesome game tonight! Glad to hear some of you Habs fans following along. This was the Cyclones team that won the Brabham Cup in the regular season and dominated teams. They came out of the gate strong and never let up. They didn't play conservatively after getting a league which came back to bite them last week. Desharnais and Russell made their goals look easy.

Desjardins also played great and has been nothing short of stellar this series.

These boys were EXCITED to win this Game 7 and had an electric Monday night crowd on hand to witness it, with the Reds and Cubs playing next door to boot.

Semi-finals here we come!

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05-06-2008, 01:32 AM
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Awesome game tonight! Glad to hear some of you Habs fans following along. This was the Cyclones team that won the Brabham Cup in the regular season and dominated teams. They came out of the gate strong and never let up. They didn't play conservatively after getting a league which came back to bite them last week. Desharnais and Russell made their goals look easy.

Desjardins also played great and has been nothing short of stellar this series.

These boys were EXCITED to win this Game 7 and had an electric Monday night crowd on hand to witness it, with the Reds and Cubs playing next door to boot.

Semi-finals here we come!
I'm coming to Cincinnati this week. I cant wait to see this team in action

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05-06-2008, 05:27 PM
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American Conferance Finals Schedule

Fri May 9th 7:30 HOME
Sat May 10th 7:30 HOME

Wed May 14th 7:05 AWAY
Fri May 16th 7:05 AWAY
Sat May 17th 7:05 AWAY

Mon May 19th 7:30 HOME
Wed May 21st 7:30 HOME

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05-06-2008, 07:16 PM
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Does anyone could tell me how's Aubin play. He is big and seem to be able to put the puck in the net.

What does he need to get a regular spot in the AHL and maybe a look in the NHL? thx

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05-06-2008, 07:35 PM
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Does anyone could tell me how's Aubin play. He is big and seem to be able to put the puck in the net.

What does he need to get a regular spot in the AHL and maybe a look in the NHL? thx
I hope Aubin can stick in hamilton full time next year. This year he did good when called up, but his play started to slip and then his ice time got cut and then a numbers game cost him his spot as it's better for him to play in the echl then sit on the bench in the ahl.

He need to use his size more, play a better physical game, improve his foot speed, and get stronger. He's got some decent skills with the puck and a nice shot. Hard to say if he can make the nhl, for now we'll see if he can play in the ahl full time and see how he does.

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Does anyone could tell me how's Aubin play. He is big and seem to be able to put the puck in the net.

What does he need to get a regular spot in the AHL and maybe a look in the NHL? thx
Problem with Aubin is not his talent, size...Its above the shoulder. He has big problem with his confidence in himself and when things are going bad for him, he has difficulties to get out of that.

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I'm coming to Cincinnati this week. I cant wait to see this team in action
Make sure you let me know when you're coming down.

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I'm seriously loving these updates.I'd like to stay informed obviously, you guys are doing a great job.

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Any idea as to how that matchup will look like. Seems obviously that this will be Cincy greatest test yet. I know that they didn't play against each other this year.


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Any idea as to how that matchup will look like. Seems obviously that this will be Cincy greatest test yet. I know that they didn't play against each other this year.
I was wondering the same thing.
Id like some info on this SC team.

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For those of you who are interested, James Sanford has signed to play in Finland.

http://www.forecaster.ca/cbc/hockey/player.cgi?5540

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For those of you who are interested, James Sanford has signed to play in Finland.

http://www.forecaster.ca/cbc/hockey/player.cgi?5540
the first of some expected losses to europe this year....

Locke, Ferland, Milroy, Biron, Danis, could all be possibilities to go over there.

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Cincinnati Cyclones regular season stats:
SKATERS
http://echl.leaguestat.com/stats/sta...&singleSeason=
GOALIES
http://echl.leaguestat.com/stats/sta...&singleSeason=

Playoff Point Leaders:
David Desharnais C 11 4 10 14 +3
Olivier Latendresse C 11 3 10 13 +8
Thomas Beauregard F 11 6 6 12 +2
Mathieu Aubin F 11 7 4 11 +6
Jason Deitsch F 11 3 8 11 +4

Playoffs Goalie Stats:
Cedrick Desjardins 2.34 4-2-0 0.918
Maxime Daigneault 2.41 4-1-0 0.915



South Carolina Stingrays regular season stats:
SKATERS
http://echl.leaguestat.com/stats/sta...&singleSeason=
GOALIES
http://echl.leaguestat.com/stats/sta...&singleSeason=

Playoff Point Leaders:
Travis Morin C 15 10 5 15 -5
Marty Guerin RW 14 9 5 14 -1
Stephen Werner RW 14 5 6 11 +1
Trent Campbell LW 15 4 7 11 -1
Chris Chaput C 15 3 7 10 -5

Playoffs Goalie Stats:
Josh Johnson 2.20 3-2-1 0.921
Davis Parley 2.46 6-2-1 0.908

Different divisions don't seem to play each other in the regular season. As far as I know, Cinci (North) never faced SC (south) this season.


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05-07-2008, 10:43 PM
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Make sure you let me know when you're coming down.
Taking the plane at 4H20 PM tomorrow. I'll be in Columbus at 8h30. I'll watch the game live friday and saturday

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Engelhardt signed with a German team
http://www.eurohockey.net/transfers/last_24_hours.html

Gainey

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http://www.eurohockey.net/transfers/last_24_hours.html

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Engelhardt sucks, nobody cares...

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http://www.eurohockey.net/transfers/last_24_hours.html

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He didn't loose any time finding a new team

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5 minutes left in the 3rd period.

Its 5-2 Cyclones, shots are 30-13


EDIT: 6-2 final score


Cincinatti leads series 1-0


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Great Game 1 tonight of the Semifinals!

The Stingrays simply didn't look like they could keep up with the Cyclones tonight. The Clones had a goal explosion the 2nd and Desjardins played great all night. South Carolina was awarded tons of power plays and we still outshot them pretty handily. Desharnais and Beauregard both had VERY strong games.

The Clones played conservatively most of the 3rd period as they seem to do sometimes. That's okay with me (and apparently Weber) when we have a 4-goal lead.

There were three pretty decent brawls after the final whistle, highlighted by Chad Starling going at it at center ice with ex-Cyclone from last year Rory Rawlyk. Look for some suspensions for tomorrow's game. TJ McElroy also took a beating after the game on the glass.

Can't wait for tommoroe!

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i didnt get to listen to game 2 because I was at a supper but...

cyclones were down 3-0 to start the 3rd.
Tied the game 3-3 before going down 4-3.
Tied the game again with just over a minute to go.

Won the game early in the OT period.

Cyclones lead the series 2-0

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Hamilton should try to find some room for Ryan Wilson. Second OHL title for defensemans with 71 pts in 56 games.

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Hamilton should try to find some room for Ryan Wilson. Second OHL title for defensemans with 71 pts in 56 games.
There should be a need on defense next year depending on what happens to UFA's Cote/Biron/Archer as well as free agents Degon/Gleed, since for now we have only Valentenko/Carle signed, with Conrad Martin signed to an AHL contract and Yannick Weber should be added to the team.


Good to see the Cyclones take a 2-0 series lead. Would be great to see them go on to the Kelly Cup next round if they can hold onto the lead. Too bad Desjardins got pulled last night but good to see Latendresse putting points on the board.

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There should be a need on defense next year depending on what happens to UFA's Cote/Biron/Archer as well as free agents Degon/Gleed, since for now we have only Valentenko/Carle signed, with Conrad Martin signed to an AHL contract and Yannick Weber should be added to the team.


Good to see the Cyclones take a 2-0 series lead. Would be great to see them go on to the Kelly Cup next round if they can hold onto the lead. Too bad Desjardins got pulled last night but good to see Latendresse putting points on the board.
I think we did a great thing trading for Guillaume's brother.

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One of the most amazing/exciting hockey games I've ever experienced, in ANY league last night. I'm still recovering at 5 PM today.

The first two periods looked very evenly matched like you would expect out of a Semifinals playoff game. Down 3-0 doing into the 3rd, Chuck Weber just cannot be human. He makes an excellent decision out of nowhere to switch goalies and I have no idea what he told the guys during the second intermission but good God what a comeback.

Icing on the cake was that the Stingrays regained the lead after the officials awarded them a f'ing 5-on-3 with 5 damn minutes left in the game, and then the Clones pull the goalie and Desharnais scores beautifully to tie it again with under a minute.

Regarding the goalie switch, Desjardins did not play bad, but two of South Carolina's goals were borderline flukes and he was obviously very frustrated after the 3rd slid it between his legs. Alas, this guy has started every playoff game since after Game 1 of the 7-game Reading series. He is off until Wednesday now. It should also be noted that the defense was looking really lackluster, much in part due to our best defensemen and part of the heart of the team, Chad Starling, being suspended one game.

I was just recalling the San Jose-Dallas 4-OT game from last week wondering we could be at US Bank Arena that long, when Thomas Beauregard thankfully interrupted my thoughts. The place was ON FIRE and I haven't seen that much excitement since the Orlando Solar Bears series back in the original IHL in the 90s.

As my friend put it on a couple other boards, this game would have been a steal to see for $100. Me and 4800 others saw it for a mere $10.

The Cyclones did exactly what they needed to this weekend. South Carolina is now 0-8 on the road in the playoffs this year and we have pinned them down 2-0 with home ice advantage right off the bat. Now they just have to go into SC and break that undefeated postseason streak they have going at home.

I hope whichever one it was from this board who came down had a great time. I'm sure you did!

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