“To win five championships in 10 seasons here, and to be with the players who were all a part of those championships, those are my most vivid memories."
Samuel Hoffman/The Journal Gazette
Sims, 60, guided the Komets to five championships between 1993 and 2012, with a stint coaching the NHL's San Jose Sharks in between.
Justin A. Cohn/The Journal Gazette
The longtime Komets broadcaster was presented the “Key to the Fort” at the Mayor's office. It is a hand-forged replica of the iron key that was at the fort in the days of Anthony Wayne, circa 1790.
One can't help but wonder if the Komets are evaluating other potential candidates before deciding if Al Sims is still their guy. Here is a look at some potential candidates for the job.
The Trenton Titans have ceased operations and will not compete in the 2013-14 season, the ECHL said Tuesday.
Indianapolis is seeking a return to pro hockey once Pepsi Coliseum is revamped, the Indianapolis Business Journal has reported.
Courtesy Pensacola Ice Flyers
Gary Graham, a former Komets assistant, and ex-Komets players Gerry Festa and Jeremy Gates were part of the Pensacola team that won the Southern Professional Hockey League championship on Sunday.