Cincinnati Cyclones to wear Captain America jerseys for Military Appreciation Night

For their military appreciation night this Saturday, the ECHL's Cincinnati Cyclones will wear Captain America uniforms. And they...are...awesome.
Publish date:
The Hockey News

The Hockey News

Cyclones assemble!

This Saturday, the ECHL's Cincinnati Cyclones will have a Military Appreciation Night and Super Hero Night, since the two go hand-in-hand.

For the event, the team will use special superhero uniforms. Captain America uniforms, to be exact.

And they are…perfect. Ironman is also scheduled to make an appearance at the game. The only way this could be made better is if the Wheeling Nailers showed up in Red Skull unis.

The Captain America jerseys will be auctioned off at the end of the game and will benefit AFTA. The first 1,500 kids between the ages of 2-12 to show up will also receive a Cyclones cape.

Whenever we at The Hockey News think of the Cincinnati Cyclones, we're taken back a couple years to this "I'm on the Clones" music video.



QMJHL Shuts Down, Canadian University Team Has 18 Cases

The prospects of the NHL being able to play anything resembling a normal season took another hit when the Quebec League decided to start its Christmas break 19 days early and the Mount Royal Cougars had 18 positive cases of COVID-19.

Rena Laverty/USA Hockey

Team USA's World Junior Camp is Set

The Americans are looking for revenge after falling early in last year's tournament. And they have the firepower to make it happen.


KHL In Review: Big Trade for CSKA, Carpenter Named Women's MVP

The week’s big news involved new arrivals. At Metallurg, Mike Pelino returned to the coaching staff — and the team saw an immediate upswing in results. Meanwhile, Nikita Soshnikov left Ufa for CSKA, possibly the first of several high-profile switches to come before the end of the year.