7:35 PM, February 26, 2013
U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH

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Cincinnati, OH – The Trenton Titans, proud ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, found Cincinnati an unfriendly host for the eighth straight meeting, falling to the Cyclones, 7-4. Their last road win in Cincinnati came in a 4-2 decision on November 18, 2009.

Cincinnati (35-17-4-2=76 points) spotted the Titans an early 1-0 lead, then ripped off four unanswered to take control of the game early in the second.

For the Game Summary, click HERE

The ECHL Conference Standings can be seen HERE

Stephen Shultz – just named the ECHL Player of the Week – continued his torrid pace on the power play, ripping a left circle blast past Michael Houser (W, 30 saves, 11-5) for the lead just 2:58 into the game.

But by the eight minute mark, the Cyclones took the lead and at 16:08 Josh Shalla – who would eventually score a hat trick – picked up his second of the period for a 3-1 lead.

But the one that stung the most was a shorthanded breakout by David MacDonald just two minutes into the second. He sped and muscled past the defense to slip one under Scott Wedgewood (L, 19 saves, 16-20-3-2) for a 4-1 Cyclones advantage.

Jesse Todd scored his second of the year, and first as a Titan, at 7:07 with a blast outside the left circle, cutting the deficit to 4-2.

Unfortunately that’s as far as the Titans (22-27-4-4=52 points) would get as they could do no more than trade goals throughout the final period. Jacob Cepis scored his 18th in a wild scrum in front of Houser make the score 5-3. Then Schultz blasted home another power play goal at 13:31. His team-leading 23rd goal and ECHL leading 16th on the man advantage made the game 6-4 before an empty-netter finished the scoring with one minute left.

Schultz has now scored seven goals in the last three games - all on the power play - and has at least a point in all four games since returning to the lineup from injury.

Trenton now takes its Travelling Stick Show to Wheeling, WV, for a pair against the Nailers, starting on Friday at 7:00 pm. All the action can be heard on 107.7 FM (Trenton area) and online at either 1077theBronc.com or AmericaOne.com, with “The Bronc” Daryle Dobos, once again calling all the action.

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