4 HOURS OF ICE
Round Robin: Friday November 24th 2023
Playoffs & Championship: Saturday November 25th 2023
Teams of six skaters and one goalie.
All games will be played cross-ice.
There will be a total of 4 hours of ice time, 2 hours on Friday and 2 hours on Saturday.
We will have 3 divisions with 6 teams:
Twister Division: Birth Years 2013, 2014, 2015
Puck Chop Division: Birth Years 2011, 2012
Justin Vaive Division: Birth Years 2009, 2010
The Cincinnati Jr Cyclones Travel Ice Hockey Club is located in Cincinnati, OH. Our organization is comprised of birth year youth hockey teams including squirt(u-10), peewee(u-12), and bantam(u-14) USA Hockey groups and a USPHL team to provide further advancement. Our home rink is the Queen City SportsPlex in Northern Cincinnati and Heritage Bank Arena in downtown Cincinnati on the Ohio river.
Our youth teams compete independently or as part of a league such as the Little Caesars Hockey League or Buckeye Travel Hockey League.
The Cincinnati Jr Cyclones are supported by the Cincinnati Cyclones Foundation. The foundation was founded in 2017 with an aim to help children in the Greater Cincinnati Area discover a love and a passion for the game of hockey.
“Far too often I hear that it is cost prohibitive for children to participate in youth hockey,” remarked Ropp. “My personal goal with the establishment of the Cincinnati Cyclones Foundation is to introduce hockey to children in the Tri-State just as they would experience any other youth sport.”
The primary focus of the Cincinnati Cyclones Foundation will be to help underwrite and alleviate costs associated with playing hockey. Additionally, the Cincinnati Cyclones Foundation aspires to provide much-needed ice time to local youth hockey players, be it at Heritage Bank Center, or by underwriting ice time at any one of the hockey or skating facilities around Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
A dual focus of the Cincinnati Cyclones Foundation will be to expose children from all over Greater Cincinnati to the game of hockey. Local-area children and hockey players will be afforded the opportunity to discover hockey by attending Cyclones games through group or team outings as well as school visits.
The Cyclones along with local youth hockey organizations will continue to work in conjunction to ensure that as many children will be helped by the Cincinnati Cyclones Foundation as possible, and more information will be released in the coming weeks and months as to next steps in this ongoing process.