Jeff Lerg turned in the save of the year to back stop the Walleye to a 3-2 shootout win over Fort Wayne Sunday night at the Huntington Center.
In the eighth and final meeting of the season between the two arch rivals, the Kalamazoo Wings battled until the final horn, but were held at bay and fell to the Fort Wayne Komets, 4-3.
The Cincinnati Cyclones (23-19-3-2) earned a 6-5 win over the Ft. Wayne Komets on Friday night.
Forward Joe Perry had nine goals and 19 points in 24 games with Fort Wayne.
Mason Geertsen scored one goal (his first pro goal) and was a +1 in six appearances since his assignment to Fort Wayne Jan. 28, 2016.
Despite out-shooting the Icemen 43-32 the Komets fell at Evansville in overtime 3-2 on Tuesday night.
It’s the fifth time in Nagle’s career that he has received the weekly honor, tied for third most in ECHL history.
The Komets are getting ready for a huge road swing and have made a major addition to their roster – The News-Sentinel beat writer Blake Sebring and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini sort it all out in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Crowder, 30, will be joining the Komets after skating 24 games this season in the French Elite league with Amiens where he ranked second with 20 assists and 30 points.
The Fort Wayne Komets returned to Fort Wayne after a three game road trip and pick up their third consecutive win beating the Quad City Mallards 3-1 Saturday night.
The Komets announced Friday that forwards Alex Belzile and Troy Bourke have been reassigned from the AHL’s San Antonio Rampage to Fort Wayne.
Meurs was assessed a major penalty and game misconduct for kneeing under Rule #50.5 at 19:52 of the first period against Kalamazoo on Sunday.
Brett Perlini tallied two goals while Shawn Szydlowski added four assists as the Komets topped Brampton 5-2 in a Tuesday morning road game.
The Komets gained four points in three games for week 16 of 2015-16 and improved to 25-14-2 and 52 points.
Hamonic scored five assists and six points in 38 games with Fort Wayne since the start of the season.
Josh Shalla broke a 1-1 tie with a goal with just 2:20 left in the third period as the Walleye defeated Fort Wayne 2-1 Saturday night in front of a standing room only crowd of 8,200 at the Huntington Center. Toledo has an overall record of 26-11-1-3 and 13-5-0-1 at home.
The Fort Wayne Komets snapped a two game losing streak with a 4-1 win over Cincinnati Cyclones Friday night.
The Colorado Avalanche prospect was selected by Colorado in the fourth round of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft and made his AHL debut last season logging nine games with the Lake Erie Monsters.
The 23-year old Will played 18:16 minutes in between the pipes in Colorado’s 6-1 loss at San Jose
The Komets maintained first place in the Midwest Division by gaining two points in three games during week 15 of 2015-16.