Tuesday, February 20, 2001

Manitoba 4, Cyclones 1

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Byron Ritchie's third-period breakaway goal was all the offense the Cincinnati Cyclones could muster in a 4-1 IHL loss to the Manitoba Moose Monday at Firstar Center.

        “The Moose proved why they're the best team in the West tonight,” Cyclones coach Ron Smith said. “We've got to play them later in the month up in Winnipeg.”

        Manitoba ....... 2  0  2—4

        Cincinnati ....... 0  0  1—1

        1st period, 1:19, Man Kurtz (7), Brule. 3:18, Man, Leonov (5), Hauer, Richardson.

        2nd period, no scoring.

        3rd period, :19, Man, Ast (12), Ruark, Roy. 1:15, Cin, Richie (19), Heerema, Petruk. 19:46, Man, Ast (13), Kurtz (pp-eng). Shots: Man 13-9-10=32; Cin 7-13-6=26. Att: 3,334.


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