The Komets have closed the gap to only one point between them and first place Toledo in the Central division race with a game in hand.
Fort Wayne earned wins back-to-back games on Friday and Saturday over the Americans. The Komets won, 4-1. Jamie Schaafsma, Artur Tyanulin, Dennis Kravchenko and Louick Marcotte all netted goals for Fort Wayne.
Fort Wayne scores four goals in the third period to rally back and beat Allen on Saturday night, 5-3.
After going 0-4 against Cincinnati thus far this season, Fort Wayne finally earned a win over the Cyclones on Friday night, 6-2.
Hodgman, who’s missed all but three games this season for the Komets due to a shoulder injury, says he’s targeting early February for a return to playing in games.
The fifth-year pro has AHL career totals of 15 goals, 28 assists and 43 points in 186 games while logging ECHL career totals of 36 goals, 23 assists, 59 points and 118 penalty minutes in 63 games with Fort Wayne.
Maguire appeared in two games while on assignment to Fort Wayne and posted a 0-2-0 record, 4.78 goals-against average and .842 save percentage.
Boudreau has gone on to great success in the game – including heading coaching jobs with the Minnesota Wild, Washington Capitals, and Anaheim Ducks.
The Komets announced today that forward Trevor Cheek has been assigned to Fort Wayne by the Tucson Roadrunners of the AHL.
Blake Sebring and WANE sports director Glenn Marini assigned grades to position groups, the coaching, and the front office.
Fort Wayne’s Artur Tyanulin registered an assist for the Central Division All-Stars Monday afternoon as the Central team fell to the Mountain Division All-Stars 5-2 at the ECHL’s All-Star Classic.
Despite a terrible start to 2018, the Komets bounced back to beat Brampton, 5-3.
The Komets lost the Toledo on Friday night, 3-1, and they fall to 1-4 in the first month of 2018.
Hear from the team’s standout forwards at Wednesday’s practice!
Larraza will miss Fort Wayne’s games at Toledo (Jan. 12) and at Brampton (Jan. 13).
Maggio, 26, has appeared in all 34 Komet games to date scoring five goals, 19 points and +14.
For the eighth season in a row longtime Komets beat writer Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel will join WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini every Monday to break down all things Komet on “Inside The Zone.”
Despite winning their first tow games against the Nailers this season, Fort Wayne failed to maintain a lead and lost to Wheeling, 4-2. Goaltender Sean Maguire gave up four goals in the loss.
Fort Wayne loses to Indy on Saturday night at Memorial Coliseum, 2-1. The Komets scored five minutes into the game on a Daniel Maggio goal but they were unable to light the lamp again.
Fort Wayne scored three goals in the first period as they beat Indy on Friday night, 6-4. The Komets at Fuel will square off again Saturday night, this time in Fort Wayne.