For Immediate Release: February 11, 2019
POWELL RECALLED BY ROCHESTER
Forward Riding Six-Game Point Streak in Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH- Cincinnati Cyclones forward Myles Powell has been recalled by the Rochester Americans, Cincinnati’s American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate. He has appeared in five games this season with the Americans this season, however has not recorded a point.
A native of Comox, BC, Powell currently ranks fifth on the Cyclones in scoring with 19 goals and 20 assists through 37 games played this season. He is currently riding a six-game point streak, totaling five goals and five assists in that span. He is also tied for second in the ECHL with plus-37 on-ice rating.
Powell is currently in his first full pro season, after appearing in seven games in 2017-18 between the Cyclones and Americans. He accounted for a goal and two assists in those contests, along with a pair of assists in four playoff games for Cincinnati. Prior to turning pro, Powell spent four seasons at the Rochester Institute of Technology (R.I.T.), where he accounted for 45 goals and 60 assists in 149 career games.
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