CINCINNATI, Ohio – The Cincinnati Cyclones, proud affiliate of the NHL’s Florida Panthers and Nashville Predators, have announced their 2011-12 regular season schedule. The Cyclones will kick off their 72 game-slate on Saturday, October 15 on the road when they visit the defending Eastern Conference Champion Kalamazoo Wings.
After playing the first five games of the year away from U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati will open its 2011-12 home campaign on Saturday, November 5 at 7:30pm against a new division rival – the Chicago Express. The game will feature $1 Donatos Pizza, $1 John Morrell Hot Dogs, and $1 Soda.
The Cyclones, who drew a franchise-record 149,141 fans a year ago, will compete in the ECHL’s North Division for the sixth consecutive season. They will battle the Chicago Express, Kalamazoo Wings, and Toledo Walleye for division supremacy.
Cincinnati’s exciting 36-game home schedule features 21 contests on either a Friday or Saturday night and 15 others during the week. Keeping up with tradition, the Cyclones will offer discount beer during games that are played on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday nights at U.S. Bank Arena. Unless otherwise noted, all home games will once again start at 7:30pm with doors opening one hour earlier.
2011-12 season ticket packages are available NOW for as low as $144 and are accompanied by numerous special ticket holder benefits! Fans can get more information by calling 513.421.PUCK or by logging on to CyclonesHockey.com. Single game tickets will go on sale at a later date with prices remaining the same as a year ago – seats are just $13!
The Cyclones 2011-12 Schedule is listed below. Times listed are Eastern Time.
Visit the schedule page to download into your Outlook, Google Calendar, or iCal account.
The countdown to the 2011-12 season is officially underway! Secure your seats for Saturday, November 5 when the Cyclones welcome the Chicago Express to U.S. Bank Arena for the first time at 7:30pm. Contact a ticket representative today at 513.421.PUCK or log on to CyclonesHockey.com for more information. Fans can also get the latest team updates during the offseason on Facebook and Twitter.