Tuesday, Jun 19, 2018
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Walleye vs. Cincinnati


Cincinnati Cyclones goalie Chet Pickard stops a shot by Toledo Walleye left winger Andrej Nestrasil (11) during the first period. Also in on the play in Cincinnati's Nick Tabisz (2).

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Toledo Walleye right winger Nick Oslund (22) and Cincinnati Cyclones goalie Chet Pickard tangle behind the goal.

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Lauren Kreger, left, and Lexie Miller, right, both of Metamora, wave pink pom poms distributed to fans prior to the Toledo Walleye hockey game against the Cincinnati Cyclones. The pompoms were given away as part of the "Pink in the Rink" games to raise money and breast cancer awareness. Both girls turn 18 on Monday.

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Walleye center David Toews (28) tries to move the puck past Cyclones defender Mathew Sisca (18) during the first period.

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Walleye right winger Nick Oslund (22) and Cyclones forward Byron Elliott battle for the puck.

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Walleye goalie Thomas McCollum can't stop a shot by Cyclones forward Dan Eves (16) during the first period.

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Walleye center Joey Martin can't get the puck past Cincinnati Cyclones goalie Chet Pickard during the second period.

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Walleye defenseman Kyle Page (4) tries to get the puck away from Cyclones forward Anthony Luciani (26) during the second period.

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Cyclones goalie Chet Pickard sprawls on the ice after stopping a shot by the Walleye's Bryan Rufenach (21) during the overtime period.

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The Cyclones' Mathieu Aubin puts a shot past Walleye goalie Thomas McCollum during the shootout.

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