With the ridiculous coast-to-coast goal, Fort Wayne caps their fourth win in five night with the 2-1 victory over Toledo.
The Komets will face the Quad City Mallards in the first round of the 2017 ECHL Kelly Cup playoffs starting in Fort Wayne Friday, April 14.
With Robbie Knievel on hand, it was a daredevil victory for the Komets as they beat the Fuel 5-4.
The Komets began a rough road weekend on the right foot Friday night, besting the Cincinnati Cyclones 4-3.
Up until Wednesday night the Alaska Aces had never made a trip to play the Komets at War Memorial Coliseum. They might never want to come back, as Fort Wayne earned a 5-2 win as the Komets continue their push to the playoffs.
The Class of 2017 inductees include former Komet players Carey Lucyk and Dale Baldwin, long-time Off-Ice Official Ken Roehrs and team statisticians Don Detter and Ted Rolf.
The Komets earned five points (2-1-1) for week 24 to improve to 39-18-8 and 86 points and maintain second place in the Central division of the ECHL’s Western Conference with seven games remaining before the Kelly Cup Playoffs.
After taking a 4-0 lead in the first period, Fort Wayne collapsed and lost to the Florida Everblades on Sunday night, 6-4.
The Komets honored legendary coach Al Sims by lifting a “504” banner to the rafters before Saturday night’s game against Cincinnati, then went out and beat the Cyclones 1-0.
Gabriel Desjardins tallied two goals to lead the Komets to a 6-3 win over the Norfolk Admirals at War Memorial Coliseum on Wednesday night in the first-ever meeting between two franchises.
The Komets announced Wednesday that defenseman Gabriel Beaupre has been activated from injured reserve and placed on waivers. Also, forward Colin Mulvey have been placed on waivers.
After a stint with the Cleveland Monsters, forward Kyle Thomas is rejoining the Komets in Fort Wayne.
The Komets will honor former coach Al Sims on Saturday as the team host the Cincinnati Cyclones.
For the first time this season, the Komets were shut out by Brampton and fall 1-0.
Fleming logged 18 games with the Komets scoring three assists, 26 penalty minutes and +4.
The Komets have clinched a fourth ECHL playoff berth and the 56th post-season in the 65-year history of the team in Fort Wayne.
The Komets are headed to the playoffs for a 56th time as they officially clinched their spot in the Kelly Cup Playoffs with the Tulsa loss to Missouri this afternoon, 7-2.
Fort Wayne beats the Fuel in a shootout after evening the score at 2-2 in the final minute of the third period.
Defenseman Bobby Shea has returned to Fort Wayne from an AHL call-up to Rochester and the Komets have added rookie defenseman Ryan Lowney.
The Komets will hit the road this weekend for two games at the Indy Fuel as Fort Wayne tries to keep its season-high five game winning streak alive.