Cincinnati Cyclones

Cincinnati Cyclones

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The Cincinnati Cyclones are a professional hockey team based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The team is a member of the ECHL. Founded in 1990, the team first played their games in the Cincinnati Gardens and now play at U.S. Bank Arena.

Cincinnati has fielded Cyclones teams in two different leagues: the International Hockey League (1992–2001) and the ECHL (1990–1992, 2001–2004, 2006–present). Together, the franchises have combined to win two Kelly Cups (2008 and 2010), two conference championships (2008 and 2010), one overall points championship (2008), and three division championships (1996, 2008, and 2009).

In 2007–08, the team had the most successful season in ECHL history. 55 wins and 115 points earned them the North Division Championship and Brabham Cup trophy, and the team won its first ever conference and league championships, winning the 2008 Kelly Cup in a six game final over the Las Vegas Wranglers.

In 2009-10, the team, even with the American Conference's #5 seed to begin the playoffs, made history by becoming the first team in ECHL history, and the 6th of seven professional hockey teams overall, to overcome a 3-0 deficit to win a best of seven playoff series, winning the American Conference Championship in the process. Nine days later, Cincinnati finished their improbable run with the 2nd Kelly Cup in team history, both in three years, completing a five game Kelly Cup Final win over the Idaho Steelheads

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