ECHL: Cincinnati Cyclones Transactions | 03/06/2024

The Cincinnati Cyclones signed three forwards on Wednesday. Noah Kane, Remy Parker, and Keanan Stewart signed contracts and were added to the Cyclones’ active roster.

Buffalo, N.Y. native Noah Kane, 24, spent the last four years in college, the first two at Mercyhurst University and the previous two with Long Island University. He’s played 112 games in the NCAA, recording 25 goals, 42 assists, and 76 penalty minutes. Noah is the cousin to Detroit Red Wings forward Patrick Kane.

Photo by: Long Island University Athletics Official Website

25-year-old Remy Parker, from Montclair, N.J., signed with the Cyclones from Long Island University, where he played with Noah Kane this year. Parker amassed 85 games, 41 goals, and 22 assists in his five-year college career.

Photo by: Long Island University Athletics Official Website

The youngest player of the three signed today is 23-year-old Keanan Stewart, a native of Guelph, ON. He spent the last four years playing at Mercyhurst University, where he recorded 18 goals, 11 assists, and 41 penalty minutes in 85 games.

Photo by: Mercyhurst University Athletics Official Website

All three players are left-hand shots and are over six feet tall, with Parker and Stewart at 6’3”. They join the Cyclones in time to travel to Toledo, Ohio, for their game against the Toledo Walleye on Friday at 7:15 p.m.

James Slemp

I write for and photograph the Florida Everblades for ITR. I am a retiree that has turned my hobby of photography into a business. I currently live in Sarasota, Florida with my wife, Christy, but I'm originally from California. My previous career has taken me all over the US and the world and I definitely enjoy traveling. I've played hockey for over 30 years, learning as an adult, and love the game.

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