O’Donnell Released from PTO; Returns to Cincinnati

(Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)
(Photo Credit: Scott Paulus)

This morning the Milwaukee Admirals have released forward Shawn O’Donnell from his PTO Contract. He will be rejoining the Admirals’ ECHL affiliate the Cincinnati Cyclones a day prior to them hosting the Rapid City Rush at the US Bank Arena.

O’Donnell first showed up to the Admirals ahead of the season during Training Camp where he was in courtesy of the Cyclones to get an AHL audition. O’Donnell impressed enough that he has made stops with the Admirals this season and he has managed to play 6 games. In that time he has been a high energy worker who also recorded a pair of fighting majors.

In the ECHL for the Cyclones, O’Donnell has produced 14 points (6 goals, 8 assists) in 17 games. He has a plus/minus rating of -2 and 19 penalty minutes. The Cyclones currently have a record of 18-20-4-0 (40 points, 0.476 points percentage) and are in sixth place in the South Division and eleventh in the Eastern Conference standings.

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