PHOTOS: Indy Fuel vs. Cincinnati Cyclones – 11/22/2023

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

CINCINNATI, Ohio. – On Thanksgiving Eve, the Cincinnati Cyclones beat the Indy Fuel 7-3 at the Heritage Bank Center. Matej Pekar was the star of the match, scoring two goals for Cincinnati.

Patrick Polino opened the scoreboard for the Cyclones 5:07 into the first period; the Fuel tied the game up a minute later and took the lead with less than 4 minutes before the first intermission. Twenty seconds later, Nick Isaacson scored his second goal of the season to tie things up.

The second period belonged to the Cyclones, who outshot their opponent 12-7 and scored three consecutive goals within the first 6 minutes of play. Indy got one back but it wasn’t enough to make a difference, and fell 3-7. Goaltender, Talyn Boyko made 23 saves for Cincinnati.

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

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