Thursday, November 14, 2002

Cyclones 5, Johnstown 1



Enquirer news services

The Cyclones downed the Johnstown Chiefs 5-1 on Wednesday at U.S.Bank Arena.

Cincinnati extended its home unbeaten streak to four straight games (3-0-1), while defeating Johnstown for the second time in as many meetings this season.

Cincinnati travels to Lexington, Kentucky to take on the Men O'War at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Johnstown 1 0 0 1
Cyclones 2 1 2 5

First Period: 1. CIN Cheverie 5 (Noga, Bootland) 8:44; 2. JTN Roy 5 (PPG)

(Bilodeau, Smital) 9:56; 3. CIN Jozefowicz 2 (Noga) 10:03.

Second period: 4. CIN Noga 3 (PPG) (Gallace) :48.

Third period: 5. CIN Prosofsky 3 (Labenski, Henderson) 11:23; 6. CIN Twordik

3 (u/a) 17:28.

Goaltenders: JTN - Dallaire (2-5-0) (12 saves, 15 shots) Scally (:48 of second) (16 saves,

18 shots); CIN - Hewitt (4-3-1) (34 saves, 35 shots)

Attendance: 1,769

AHL MIGHTY DUCKS: The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim recalled goaltender Ilja Bryzgalov from Cincinnati and assigned goaltenders Jean-Francois Damphousse and Martin Gerber to the American Hockey League club Wednesday.



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