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The point is moot now, but three American-born players were released in the ECHL today.
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A sellout crowd of 10,480 fans at Memorial Coliseum witnessed an all-too-familiar occurrence -- a loss by the Komets.The Evansville IceMen defeated the Komets 4-2 on Saturday night.
The ECHL and players' association have a new collective bargaining agreement. Nothing earth-shattering except the season will be one week longer. Here's the news release ...
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CINCINNATI -- Another slow start squashed the Komets' chances of winning a key game at U.S Bank Arena.Fifteen of the first 18 shots on goal were by the Cincinnati Cyclones, who beat the Komets 2-1 in front of 2,399 fans Tuesday night.
There's a looming decision on the horizon for the Komets regarding their veterans.
The Komets got blasted by the host Colorado Eagles 6-1 Saturday night.
I really think the Komets' success this season is going to be greatly determined by Charlie Effinger.
Goaltender Charlie Effinger did his part -- he stopped 36 of 38 shots -- but he didn't get enough offensive help and the Komets lost 2-1 to the Colorado Eagles before 5,289 fans at the Budweiser Events Center on Wednesday.
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Henley will make the trip to Colorado, which begins with a game Wednesday.
Defenseman Jamie Milam, a member of the Komets' CHL championship team last season, will join the team for the rest of the year, the Komets announced today.
A night after maybe their worst loss of the season, the Komets turned in their biggest win of the season.Matt Firman scored twice. And Brett Smith had a goal, two assists and two fights in the Komets' 7-2 victory over the North Division-leading Cincinnati Cyclones at Memorial Coliseum.
In what was perhaps the most embarrassing loss of the season, the Komets fell 5-1 Friday to the Kalamazoo Wings at Memorial Coliseum.
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KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- The hard work of John Dubar set it up. And Eric Giosa had one of the prettiest goals of the season to win it for the Komets, 2-1, at Wings Stadium.
Is a planned fight appropriate?
Former Komet Leo Thomas of Pensacola has been suspended for the rest of the season and the playoffs following what the Southern Professional Hockey League called "an incident involving fans" at the end of the Pensacola-Louisiana game Friday night.
And this isn't it: The CHL is adding another team in Brampton, Ontario.
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Defenseman Daniel Maggio is excited to participate in the ECHL All-Star Game.
The Komets and the Vera Bradley Foundation have planned their second annual "Pink the Rink" weekend Feb. 1 and 2 to raise money to fight breast cancer and to promote awareness for early detection and treatment, the club said today.
We have a story today looking at the difference between the Komets at Memorial Coliseum (bad) and the Komets on the road (decent).
In the All-Star Game skills competition, the Komets' Daniel Maggio will compete for the hardest shot and the most accurate shot Tuesday night in Loveland, Colo.
Forward Luca Caputi has been called up to Norfolk of the American Hockey League.
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KALAMAZOO, Mich. -- The most grueling stretch of the season -- perhaps any season in Komets history -- is over.The Komets' 25th game in 44 days ended with a 3-2 loss to the Kalamazoo Wings, in front of 4,039 fans, about 400 of them from Fort Wayne, at Wings Stadium on Saturday night.
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