PHOTOS: Iowa Heartlanders vs. Cincinnati Cyclones – 02/24/2024

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

CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Cincinnati Cyclones fell 3-2 in overtime against the Iowa Heartlanders Saturday night, at Heritage Bank Center.
Brandon Puricelli opened the scoreboard for the Cyclones 2:09 into the first period. Less than 2 minutes before the first intermission, Dakota Raabe tied the game up 1-goal a piece.

Iowa found the back of the net again at 13:41 in the second with a goal by Yuki Miura. Cincinnati forced overtime when Nick Isaacson scored the game-tying goal, his 8th of the season. Dakota Raabe once again beat Cincinnati’s Rylan Parenteau to give the Heartlanders the victory.

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

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