A pair of quick third period lamplighters proved to be the difference as the Fort Wayne Komets (39-14-2-4) beat the Cincinnati Cyclones (27-26-1-5) by a 3-2 final score in front of 6,188 at Memorial Coliseum on Sunday night.
The Komets started a home and home series with the Cincinnati Cyclones with a 3-1 loss on the road.
In their final matchup of the regular season, the Komets took down the Toledo Walleyes, 2-1 in overtime on Friday night at the Coliseum.
Guggenberger, 26, has spent the season appearing in 23 ECHL games with Gwinnett registering a 6-12-2 record, 3.46 goals-against average and .893 save percentage.
The Komets are without their top two goaltenders and it showed Wednesday night in Kalamazoo, as Fort Wayne fell 8-4 to the K-Wings in a game that took place after Saturday’s contest in Kalamazoo was postponed because of bad ice.
The Komets announced today that defenseman Dylan Quaile and forward Andrew Harrison have been placed on waivers.
The Komets announced Monday that forwards Mike Embach and Shawn Szydlowski have been released by Norfolk of the American Hockey League and will return to the Fort Wayne lineup. Embach and Szydlowski were both called up to the Admirals March 3 and each served three games during their stay.
The Komets shut out the visiting Kalamazoo K-Wings 3-0 Friday at the Memorial Coliseum in the only game of week 21 and improved to 37-12-6 and 80 points.
Saturday night’s postponed Komet game at Kalamazoo has been rescheduled for this Wednesday night, March 11, at 7 p.m. at Wings Stadium.
It took more than 40 minutes to find the net, but it was enough for the Komets to earn their 37th win Friday night. The Komets scored three third-period goals to top Kalamazoo, 3-0.
Former Komet defenseman and Hall-of-Famer Terry Pembroke passed away Thursday night in Sequin, Texas from cancer complications at age 70.
The Lake Erie Monsters have reassigned defenseman Joey Leach to Fort Wayne.