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Central Division Notebook - Oct. 23

Monday, October 23rd
Central Division Notebook - Oct. 23

Cincinnati Cyclones

  • Adam Berg scored the Cyclones lone goal in their season opener.
  • Cincinnati welcomed 6,640 fans to its home opener on Saturday against Wheeling.
  • The Cyclones are at Wichita on Friday and Tulsa on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Fort Wayne Komets

  • Nolan Volan and Ture Linden registered their first career pro points in season opening win at Indy.
  • The Komets drew 9,493 fans for their home opener, the most for a season-opening game since 2019.
  • Fort Wayne hosts Toledo on Friday and Wheeling on Saturday.

 

Indy Fuel

  • Jon Martin has a goal in both of the Fuel’s games.
  • Indy’s home-opening crowd of 6,370 was team’s largest season-opening attendance since inaugural season in 2014-15.
  • The Fuel visit Kalamazoo on Wednesday and host the K-Wings on Saturday.

 

Iowa Heartlanders

  • Jesse Jacques has recorded a point on four of Iowa’s five goals.
  • The Heartlanders are averaging 32.00 shots per game.
  • Iowa is at Wichita on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Kalamazoo Wings

  • Jonathan Lemieux earned the win in his pro debut on Saturday against Toledo.
  • Kalamazoo 
  • The K-Wings host Indy on Wednesday and Wheeling on Friday before visiting the Fuel on Saturday.

 

Toledo Walleye

  • Kirill Tyutyayev had his sixth career multi-point game on Saturday at Kalamazoo.
  • The Walleye went 2-for-2 on the penalty kill in their season opener.
  • Toledo travels to Fort Wayne on Friday.

 

Wheeling Nailers

  • David Jankowski's goal at 2:47 of the first period on Saturday was Wheeling's second fastest goal to start a season in team history.
  • Wheeling’s win at Cincinnati on Saturday was its first season-opening win since 2017.
  • The Nailers are at Kalamazoo on Friday and Fort Wayne on Saturday.

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