CINCINNATI, OH – The Cincinnati Cyclones announced their third signing of the off-season on Wednesday as they continue to build the 2016-2017 roster. Set your utility belts to Wumbo because forward Dominic Zombo is following in the footsteps of goaltender Neil Conway and has signed in Cincinnati after playing the previous season with the Toledo Walleye.
In his first professional season with Toledo, Zombo racked up 16 assists, and 26 points in 69 appearances with the Walleye throughout the 2015-2016 campaign, helping get the Walleye to their second straight North Division and Eastern Conference regular season crowns.
Prior to turning pro, the Baldwin, MO native and former University of Nebraska-Omaha captain enjoyed a successful junior career, tallying 86 points in 137 appearances.
In the Cyclones’ official release, head coach Matt Macdonald stated “Dominic is a player that we are excited to bring in to Cincinnati. He is a great skater with good hockey IQ, and he plays with energy and enthusiasm. Dominic has a lot of character as well and will work extremely hard for his team and will do what it takes to win, and we believe he will play an important role in our lineup and will help our team next season to be successful.”