Sunday, December 09, 2001

Cyclones lose to spoil night for Biggs

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        On a night when fans came to honor Don Biggs and the IHL Cincinnati Cyclones hockey, it was the present ECHL Cyclones that spoiled the evening with a 4-1 loss to the visiting Reading Royals before 5,367 at Firstar Center.

        Don Biggs' No.22 sweater was retired and raised to the rafters during intermission.

        First period: 1. R, Degerman (Aldous, Brooks) 3:17.

        Second period: 2. R, Sherriffs (PPG) (Tremblay, Brooks) 10:41; 3. C, Egeland (Henderson, Lavigne) 11:35.

        Third period: 4. R, Brooks (Tremblay, Degerman) 1:35; 5. R, Rooney (Shirreffs) 14:16.

        Goalies: Cin, Steve Briere(8-8-1; 15 saves); Reading, Alfie Michaud (1-0-0; 33 saves). Power Plays: Cin 0 for 4; Reading 1 for 5. Att: 5,367.


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