The Komets maintained first place in the Midwest Division by gaining two points in three games during week 15 of 2015-16.
Even after earning just two points in three games over the weekend the Komets still stand atop the Midwest Division standings thanks to a 8-3 record in the month of January.
Longtime Komets radio announcer Bob Chase celebrated his 90th birthday on Friday.
Adam Lapsansky scored twice and Daniel Ciampini added two assists for the Indy Fuel as they down the division-leading Fort Wayne Komets 3-1 Sunday at Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
The Cincinnati Cyclones (18-16-3-2) took down the Ft. Wayne Komets, 6-4, on Saturday night at U.S. Bank Arena.
After the Komets took a 1-0 lead after the first on a shorthanded goal from defenseman Justin Hamonic, Ft. Wayne turned up the offense in the second, getting goals from defenseman Will Weber, and forwardsJoe Perry and Brett Perlini to skate out to a 4-0 lead after 40 minutes.
The Icemen announced they’ve signed contracts to move to nearby Owensboro, Kentucky, for the 2016-17 season.
Thomas, 34, skated with the Komets four seasons from 2008-09 through 2011-12 winning three league championships.
The Komets announced today that defenseman Drew Daniels has been loaned to the Chicago Wolves
Jessica Starbard sits down with the News Senitinel’s Blake Sebring in this week’s “Inside the Zone.”
Fort Wayne Komets took down the Rapid City Rush by a 3-1 score on Sunday night at the Allen County War Memorial Colliseum.
La Fontaine native and NBC hockey broadcaster Mike “Doc” Emrick came through the tunnel and on to the ice to surprise his long time mentor for his 90th birthday celebration.
Brett Perlini’s power play goal with 3:33 left in regulation proved to be the difference maker as the Komets shutout the Rapid City Rush 1-0.
The Orlando Solar Bears (16-15-2-3) saw their five-game road win streak snapped following a 5-2 loss to the Fort Wayne Komets (20-11-2-0) in front of a crowd of 8,111 on Friday night at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum.
Pat Nagle won for the fifth time in his last six starts as the Komets defeated the Cyclones 4-1 in Cincinnati on Wednesday night.
Brett Perlini started the season skating 24 consecutive games scoring seven goals and 16 points prior to going on I.R.
Joe Perry racked up his first hat trick as a pro Friday in a win at the Quad City Mallards.
The Komets will play four games in five days this week – three of them at home – and The News-Sentinel Komets beat writer Blake Sebring and WANE-TV sports director Glenn Marini break down a busy week for Fort Wayne in the latest edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Steve Michalek made 42 saves on the way to his first career shutout and Matt Carey- who also had an assist- and Olivier Archambault provided the goals as the host Quad City Mallards (17-15-3) blanked the Fort Wayne Komets (18-11-2) 2-0 Sunday.
Joe Perry’s hat trick propelled the Fort Wayne Komets (18-10-2) to a 7-4 victory over the host Quad City Mallards (16-15-3) Friday night.