Thursday, April 24, 2003

Cyclones lose Game 1

The Atlantic City Boardwalk Bullies rallied from a two-goal deficit in the third period to defeat the Cincinnati Cyclones 5-4 in Game 1 of the Northern Conference Finals Wednesday night.

Cincinnati had a 4-2 lead when Jason Norrie scored at 2:05 of the third period, but Atlantic City scored three goals in a span of 2:16 to take the lead.

he five goals allowed were the most by the Cyclones in a playoff game this postseason.

Tim Turner and Matt Noga also scored for the Cyclones.

Atlantic City023-5
First period: 1. Cin. Turner 1 (Casselman, Cannon) 5:33.

Second period: 2. Cin. Noga 2 (PPG) (Casselman, Bootland) 1:01; 3. AC Maltby 5 (Metcalf, Nicholishen) 6:14; 4. AC Colley 5 (PPG) (Furey, Henkel) 10:37; 5. Cin. Cardarelli 1 (Brand, Norrie) 11:36.

Third period: 6. Cin. Norrie 3 (Cardarelli, Brand) 2:05; 7. AC Colley 6 (Curtin, Furey) 6:30; 8. AC Walterson 4 (Caudron) 7:19; 9. AC Rivard 2 (Curtin, Cheredaryk) 8:46.

Goaltenders: Cin. Hewitt (31 saves), AC Stirling (17).

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