PHOTOS: Indy Fuel vs. Cincinnati Cyclones – 03/17/2024

Héctor Urcia for Inside The Rink
Héctor Urcia Inside The Rink.

CINCINNATI, Ohio – On St. Patrick’s Day, the Cincinnati Cyclones beat the visiting Indy Fuel 4-0 at the Heritage Bank Center in downtown Cincinnati. After a scoreless first period, Cincinnati scored both in the second period and final period with goals by Keanan Stewart, Sahil Panwar, Remy Parker and an empty-netter by Patrick Polino. Goaltender Pavel Cajan recorded his first shutoout and win with the Cyclones with 28 saves.

Check out this photo gallery from Inside The Rink’s Héctor Urcia, for highlights from the game.

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