The Cincinnati Cyclones (31-30-2-9) had their playoff hopes cut just short as they fell to the Fort Wayne Komets (48-18-2-4) in a shootout by a 3-2 final score in front of 8,790 at Memorial Coliseum on Saturday night.
The defending D-Leageue Champions, the Fort Wayne Mad Ants, eliminated the Maine Red Claws from the playoffs in 121-111 win on Saturday.
Due to a deep frost that is still thawing and creating excessive amounts of moisture beneath the playing surface at Dow Diamond, today’s series finale scheduled between the Great Lakes Loons and Fort Wayne TinCaps has been postponed.
Making a statement heading into the playoffs, the Kalamazoo Wings received a hat trick from Dane Fox and 35-save performance from Joel Martin to defeat the Fort Wayne Komets 6-0.
The Komets activated center Paul Crowder from injured reserve on Friday and placed defenseman Matt Krug on waivers.
After being held scoreless until the top of the fifth the Homestead offense exploded late as the Spartans defeated 2A no. 6 Canterbury 9-1 on Friday night.
Trailing 5-0 headed into the bottom of the fifth inning the IPFW Mastodons scored five runs to tie the game, before adding two more an inning later, securing a win in the series opener against the Omaha Mavericks on Friday afternoon.
Homestead High School senior Caleb Swanigan announced Friday night at the Nike Hoops Summit that he will play basketball at Michigan State.
Due to current field conditions at Dow Diamond, tonight’s doubleheader scheduled between the Great Lakes Loons and Fort Wayne TinCaps has been postponed.
Spencer spent his first eight seasons in the NFL with the Dallas Cowboys, racking up 33 sacks in 104 games since being drafted in the round by the Cowboys in 2007.
Bishop Luers High School seniors Shayna Coy and Joey Lamping both made their college choice offical on Friday afternoon.
Komets Hall of Famers Eddie Long, George Drysdale, Nick Boucher, and Guy Dupuis headlined Thursday night’s annual Lamp Lighters Hockey Ministry fund raiser at The Summit.