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Komets stumble in Indy, can’t secure second seed

For the second time this week the Komets failed to clinch the number two seed in the Western Conference playoffs, falling 5-2 to the Indy Fuel in the next-to-last game of the regular season.

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Komets miss opportunity to clinch second place

The Komets could not capitalize on their opportunity to clinch second place in the Western Conference on Wednesday night falling to the Quad City Mallards 4-1 at the Coliseum.

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Komets coach Gary Graham live on WANE-TV at 6

Fort Wayne Komets head coach Gary Graham was live on WANE-TV with Jessica Starbard to preview tonight’s game against Quad City and look ahead to the upcoming playoffs.

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Komets waive Barczuk, release Denis

The Komets announced Wednesday that forward Daniel Barczuk has been placed on waivers and defenseman Simon Denis has been released from his ATO.

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Komets clinch Midwest Division title

By snagging the Midwest Division title the Komets are guaranteed home-ice advantage in the first round of the 2016 Kelly Cup playoffs.

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Komets top Cyclones, close in on division title

In what many Komets were calling “the most important game of the season” Fort Wayne topped Cincinnati 5-3 on Tuesday night to increase its lead in the Midwest Division over the Cyclones to seven points with five games remaining.

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3/28 Inside The Zone – Komets hockey

The Komets gained four points in week 24 to improve to 37-21-8 and 82 points and continue to hold first place in the Midwest Division of the Western Conference with two weeks and six games remaining in the 2015-16 ECHL campaign.

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Goaltender Spencer Martin reassigned to Komets

Martin was named the AHL’s Player of the Week for winning all three games played last week after stopping 91 of 94 shots for a 0.99 goals-against average and .968 save percentage.

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Szydlowski, Komets top Wheeling 1-0 in overtime

Shawn Szydlowski’s goal just 1:35 into overtime was the only tally of the night as the Komets edged visiting Wheeling 1-0 on Wednesday evening at War Memorial Coliseum.