Capped by Matthew Pistilli’s goal with 2:42 remaining in regulation the Komets light the lamp three times in the third period to come from behind and defeat Evansville 4-3 Wednesday night at War Memorial Coliseum.
The Komets skated three home games in four nights for week 19 going 2-0-1 for five points and improving to 35-12-4 and 74 points to lead the ECHL Eastern Conference with seven weeks remaining.
The Komets announced today that goaltender Pat Nagle has been loaned to the AHL’s Utica Comets.
The Gladiators (16-31-3-1) dropped a one-goal contest to the Fort Wayne Komets (35-12-1-3) for the third time this season on Saturday night. This time, the Gladiators jumped out to a 2-0 first period lead, but they could not hold onto it as the Komets responded with three unanswered goals.
It didn’t take J.M. Rizk to feel comfortable back in Fort Wayne as the forward netted a powerplay goal in the first period of Fort Wayne’s 2-1 win over Gwinnett at War Memorial Coliseum on Friday night.
Toledo picked up a point on Fort Wayne in the chase for first place in the ECHL’s North Division as the Walleye edged the Komets in a shootout on Wednesday night at War Memorial Coliseum.
J.M. Rizk, 28, was a member of the Komets 2011-12 CHL Presidents’ Cup Championship team appearing in 55 regular season games (20 goals, 31 points) and all 18 playoff games (7 goals, 14 points).
The Komets squeezed four points out of a three-game road trip to the Sunshine State for week 18 and improved to 33-12-3 and 69 points after 48 games.
The Fort Wayne Komets ended their Florida trip Saturday with a 4-2 win over the Orlando Solar Bears. The victory was the 32nd of the year for the North Division leading Komets.
The Fort Wayne Komets picked up win 32 of the season Friday night in Florida. The Komets beat the Orlando Solar Bears, 3-1.
The Komets announced today that leading scorer Shawn Szydlowski has been released from his PTO with Lake Erie of the AHL and has returned to the Fort Wayne lineup.
Dylan Quaile scored his first goal in a Komets sweater but Fort Wayne fell at Germain Arena to the Florida Everblades 3-2 on Wednesday night.
The Komets took two out of three games for week 17 to earn four points and improve to 31-11-3 and 65 points after 45 games.
Deadlocked in a 2-2 tie late in the second period, the Evansville IceMen, presented by Coors Light, watched the Fort Wayne Komets rattle off four consecutive goals to take a 6-2 win.
In a physical contest that featured a combined 91 minutes in penalties, including 47 from the Kalamazoo Wings, it was the Fort Wayne Komets that hung on to defeat the K-Wings 4-2 Saturday night at Allen County Memorial Coliseum.
The Kalamazoo Wings took the first half of a home-and-home over the Fort Wayne Komets in a decisive manner, winning 6-3 Friday night at Wings Stadium. The victory put the K-Wings in a third place tie in the North Division with the Cincinnati Cyclones.
The Komets play an away-and-home series with Kalamazoo and finished the weekend at home against Evansville in a jam-packed weekend for hockey fans.
The Komets announced Thursday that goaltender Pat Nagle will be returning to the Fort Wayne lineup after a brief stint with the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins.