Hunter, Comrie Recalled To AHL Clubs; Olson Returns To Cyclones

CINCINNATI, Ohio –The 2010 Kelly Cup Champion Cincinnati Cyclones, proud affiliate of the NHL’s Florida Panthers and Nashville Predators, announced today that forward Dylan Hunter was recalled by the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League, defenseman Adam Comrie has been recalled to the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League and Benn Olson has been returned to Cincinnati from the Milwaukee Admirals.


Hunter, a ninth-round Buffalo Sabres draft choice in 2004, will be making his third trip to American Hockey League this year. This season with the Admirals, Hunter has notched a goal and an assist in 16 games. He has also played in 24 games with the Cyclones this year, collecting 22 points (7g-15a) and 37 penalty minutes in that span. He is tied for third on the Cyclones with five multi-point games.


Comrie, a third-round Florida Panthers draft choice in 2008, has appeared in 13 games with the Cyclones this season collecting four goals and five assists with 16 penalty-minutes in that span. He has found the net in five of his last seven games and registered a career-high +5 plus/minus rating last night vs. Florida. This season with Rochester, the rookie rear guard has earned three assists and 10 penalty minutes in 17 games.


Olson, a third-year pro, has now seen AHL action in each of the last three seasons. In 46 career games AHL games, the Port McNeil, British Columbia native has posted four assists and 161 penalty minutes. In 38 games with the Cyclones this year, Olson has been involved in an ECHL-high 17 fights while posting a league fourth-most 143 penalty minutes. On Jan. 28, he scored his first professional goal against South Carolina.


Team Press Release