Nagle made 34 saves on 37 shots in his first game back in three months. He had been on the injured reserve battling a high ankle sprain.
Mason Baptista scored the lone goal for the Komets in a 6-1 loss to Reading on Saturday night.
Gabriel Desjardins, Garrett Thompson and Mason Baptista each scored in the win.
Chaulk will be honored when the Brampton Beast visit Saturday, Feb. 18 while Sims will be honored on Saturday, March 25 when the Cincinnati Cyclones visit.
Mason Baptista scored the game’s lone goal late in the third period.
The Komets are headed East for three games in four nights for week 16 of 2016-17 as their five-game road tour continues while the Shrine Circus claims the Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne through this weekend.
The Komets gave up a goal with less than two minutes in regulation in a 4-3 loss to the Brampton Beast.
The Kalamazoo Wings used a three goal third period in a 6-3 win over the Komets on Saturday night.
A high-powered second period from Mason Baptista helped lead the Komets past Cincinnati in a 4-2 win on Friday night.
Fort Wayne’s Shawn Szydlowski scored the eventual game-winner with 2:55 left to give the All-Stars an 8-6 lead.
Bartus, 27, has a record of 9-3-1, 2.47 goals-against average, .909 save percentage, and one shutout after 14 appearances with the Komets this season.
The ECHL’s all-star break is here and there’s no better time to pick up our weekly “Inside The Zone” segment with Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel when it comes to talking Komets hockey.
Mike Cazzola scored a hat trick as the Komets stopped a three game losing streak with a 6-2 win over the Indy Fuel on Sunday.
The Komets early 2-0 lead in the first period did not last with Quad City rallying back to win 4-3.
The Komets began a busy weekend with a 2-1 loss to the Tulsa Oilers on Friday night.
The Komets remain in third place in the Central division at the start of week 14 trailing league-leader Toledo by nine points with 39 games remaining.
Szydlowski is skating his fourth straight season with Fort Wayne and currently leads the Komets with 21 goals, 28 assists and ranks second in the ECHL with 49 points after 31 games.
Competing in the Puck Control Relay for the ECHL All-Stars is Orlando’s Tony Cameranesi, Reading’s Justin Crandall, Colorado’s Matt Garbowsky and Fort Wayne’s Shawn Szydlowski while competing for the Adirondack Thunder is Dennis Kravchenko, Ty Loney, Peter MacArthur and Greg Wolfe.
The Komets once again could not top Toledo in their home barn, falling to the Walleye 4-3 in overtime.
The Komets used a big third period to power past Quad City 5-1 on Saturday night.