I'm off tonight. I'm attending Casey's school ceremony.
Goodbye Middle School, hello High School.
HERE is Nick Brunker's call of the game-winner
(Photo courtesy: Cincinnati Cyclones)
CINCINNATI, Ohio - Johnathan Hazen etched his name in Cyclones history with a shorthanded goal in overtime as Cincinnati (12-6) defeated the Greenville Road Warriors (10-8) by a 3-2 final score in front of 2,318 at U.S. Bank Arena on Tuesday night. With the Game 6 victory, the Cyclones earn the Eastern Conference title and advance to the Kelly Cup finals for the third time in club history. In addition to his shorthanded tally, Hazen also notched a power play goal in the tilt, giving him points in six of his last nine games. Goaltender Rob Madore (W, 28 saves, 12-6) closed the series as he started it, with an impressive performance between the pipes, stopping 28 of the 30 shots he faced in the tilt.
The Cyclones will return to U.S. Bank Arena to face either the Alaska Aces or Bakersfield Condors in the 2014 Kelly Cup Finals. Upon completion of the Western Conference Finals series, the dates and times of the final round will be announced on CyclonesHockey.com. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday morning at 10:00am! Call 513.421.PUCK to reserve your seats! Fans can also get the latest team updates throughout the postseason on Facebook and Twitter (@CincyCyclones). MORE
Lindsay Patterson has audio from Andy Dalton. What does he think of the up tempo offense? Listen HERE.
Simon says trouble
The Reds now sit at the low point of the season: 6 games under .500.
Notes/stats from Tuesday's 6-3 loss HERE
HERE is a look at the Reds through 50 games, compared to years past.
Xavier unveils ambitious strategic plan
Video: Oh boy, move over Mark Mallory, 50 Cent has topped you with THIS ceremonial 1st pitch.
CBS Sports: The remarkable Edwin Encarnacion
Trademark Aaron is playing the postgame show at the first Thirsty Thursday of the year at the Florence Freedom June 5th. The promo code to purchase tickets is "Trademark Aaron" HERE