Patrick Polino

ECHL: Cincinnati Cyclones Announce 2024 Qualifying Offers

List of Players: Noah Kane, Elijah Gonsalves, Luke Santerno, Patrick Polino, Zachary Tsekos, Robert Carpenter, Kieran Craig and Zane Franklin. ECHL Rules: Players who had already signed a contract by July 7 did not need to receive a qualifying offer. Each team was entitled to reserve the rights to a maximum of eight qualified players. […]

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ECHL: Cincinnati Cyclones Assign 33 Players to Protected List

List of Forwards Protected:  Kyle Bollers, Luka Burzan, Louie Caporusso, Kieran Craig, Mike Ferraro, Zane Franklin, Elijah Gonsalves, Lincoln Griffin, Ben Hawerchuk, Nick Isaacson, Colton Kalezic, Noah Kane, Lee Lapid, Jarrett Lee, Remy Parker, Patrick Polino, Luke Santerno, Brandon Schultz, Jimmy Soper, Keanan Stewart, Justin Vaive and Alex Wideman.  The Cyclones took steps to protect […]

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ECHL: Cincinnati Cyclones 2023-2024 Season Recap

The Cincinnati Cyclones, the ECHL affiliate of the New York Rangers, finished their season last month, and it was a bit disappointing. However, there were some positives to take away from the season as well. The team had a 31-34-7-0 record, with a 43.10%-win rate. They scored 236 goals and allowed 261 goals against. Their […]

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PHOTOS: Kalamazoo Wings vs. Cincinnati Cyclones – 04/05/2024

CINCINNATI, Ohio- In their final home game of the regular 2023-24 season, the Cincinnati Cyclones beat the Kalamazoo Wings 3-2 Friday night at the Heritage Bank Center in downtown Cincinnati. Noah Kane, Sahil Panwar, and Patrick Polino scored for Cincinnati. Goaltender Talyn Boyko made 19 saves for the Cyclones. Check out this photo gallery from […]

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

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 […]

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

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 […]

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ECHL: Cincinnati Cyclones Re-Sign Patrick Polino

The Cincinnati Cyclones announced earlier today that the team has re-signed forward Patrick Polino for the 2023-24 season.  Patrick Polino, 28, returns to Cincinnati for a third consecutive season. The Buffalo, New York native finished fourth in scoring on the Cyclones last year, registering 23 goals and 31 assists for a 54-point campaign. Polino and […]

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ECHL Playoffs: Toledo Walleye Score 5 Power Play Goals, Blow past Cincinnati Cyclones in Game 1

Cincinnati, OH– The Toledo Walleye had eight days off between their four-game sweep of the Indy Fuel and the first game of round 2 against the Cincinnati Cyclones. The Cyclones came in battle tested as the Fort Wayne Komets took them to seven games. Would the Walleye be rusty, or would they be rested? The […]

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ECHL Playoffs: Cincinnati Cyclones Win Penalty Filled Game, Take 2-0 Series Lead Against Fort Wayne Komets

The Cincinnati Cyclones hosted the Fort Wayne Komets for game two of their 1st round matchup on Saturday night at Heritage Bank Center. One significant change took place for the Cyclones, as they decided to ride the hot goaltending of Beck Warm as the starter for the game. Warm came in for Mark Sinclair in […]

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ECHL Kelly Cup Playoffs: #1 Cincinnati Cyclones vs. #4 Fort Wayne Komets

#1 Cincinnati Cyclones (47-16-9) vs. #4 Fort Wayne Komets (34-31-7) Here is the Schedule for this round of the Kelly Cup playoffs. Game 1 – Friday, April 21 at 7:35 p.m. ET at CincinnatiGame 2 – Saturday, April 22 at 7:35 p.m. ET at CincinnatiGame 3 – Tuesday, April 25 at 7:35 p.m. ET at […]

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