Cazzola scored five goals and added four assists for nine points in the three games played.
Playing their third game in three days the Komets offense surged against the Solar Bears in a 7-1 win.
The Komets are back home tomorrow night when they host Wheeling at 7:30 p.m.
Week 10 sends the Komets to Wheeling Friday for the first of a home-and-home series against the Nailers and home game Sunday against Orlando.
Vail, 22, started the season with the Komets skating two games and scoring two goals and three points.
The Kalamazoo Wings were backed by Nick Riopel’s steady goaltending and a timely special teams’ success, as they toppled the Fort Wayne Komets, 2-1, on Saturday night at Wings Event Center.
The force was with the Komets on Friday as they beat the Kalamazoo Wings 4-2 on Star Wars Night at the Coliseum.
Mason Baptista’s goal 4:04 into the first period proved all the scoring Fort Wayne would need as the Komets went on to defeat Cincinnati 2-0 on Wednesday night.
The Komets rallied from a three goal deficit to force overtime in Toledo but the Walleye prevailed in overtime with a 5-4 win.
Cheek has scored five goals and 13 points in 12 games with Fort Wayne.
The Komets defeated the Utah Grizzlies 4-2 at the Coliseum on Sunday.
Down 5-1 with 12 minutes remaining in the game the Komets scored five unanswered goals, including the game-tying goal with less than a minute remaining to defeat the Missouri Mavericks 6-5 in overtime.
The legendary Fort Wayne Komets broadcaster died Thanksgiving morning at the age of 90.
Bartus, 27, participated in the Komets’ 2016 training camp and appeared in the first half of a preseason game where he stopped all seven shots faced and took the win, 5-2, at Indy on Oct. 8.
The Komets ended a busy weekend with a 6-2 loss to the Quad City Mallards.
After picking up an emotional win over Kalamazoo Thursday the Komets fell to Central Division leader Toledo 7-1 at the Huntington Center.
Bob Chase was certainly smiling down on the Coliseum Thursday night as the Komets defeated Kalamazoo 6-1 to gain two points in the Central Division.
Visitation is set for 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Memorial Coliseum. Private services will follow the public visitation.
It’s the 56th Fort Wayne Thanksgiving home game (34-17-4) in the 65-year history of the Komets when they host Kalamazoo on Thursday night.
After playing five straight games on the road the Komets returned to War Memorial Coliseum in full force on Friday downing the Mallards 5-1.