FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – After earning five points in three road games over the weekend the Komets enter the final week before the All-Star break with an ECHL-best 55 points.
The Komets will be at home Friday against Evansville at 8 p.m. The Icemen are currently coached by former Komets head man Al Sims. He was named the coach in Evansville less than two weeks ago.
The Komets travel to Kalamazoo on Saturday before hosting the Wings on Sunday. Sunday’s game is the final contest before the All-Star Classic January 21 in Orlando.
With this past Sunday’s 4-3 win at Gwinnett he Komets have matched the team’s all-time record mark of 35 games without back-to-back regulation losses. The Komets, under head coach Greg Puhalski, were 18-10-7 without posting back-to-back regulation losses in 2001-02 before losing games 36 and 37. The Komets are 25-6-3 and have avoided back-to-back regulation losses this year after 35 games.