The Komets have aligned with the NHL's Colorado Avalanche and their American Hockey League team, the Lake Erie Monsters.
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The Komets’ game Nov. 12 at Kalamazoo, Michigan, has been moved to 10:30 a.m. And the game Nov. 19 at Toledo, Ohio, will be at 10:35 a.m. Also, the Komets announced their outdoor game at Toledo on Jan. 3 will be at 6:30 p.m.
Former Komets Kenton Miller and Garrett Klotz have signed with the Indy Fuel, a new ECHL team.
This photo is of Patrick Kane wearing a Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock T-shirt.
Justin Hodgman, a former Komet who played in Russia the past two seasons, signed with Arizona, general manager Don Maloney announced.
The Komets added three defensemen to the roster for next season, re-signing William Lacasse and Matthew Maione while Drew Daniels has agreed to terms, completing a trade for future considerations made last season with Utah.
The Komets made valid qualifying offers to six players by the June 30 deadline, the ECHL announced today.
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The Komets have re-signed forwards Kaleigh Schrock and Mike Embach for the 2014-15 season, the club announced today. Schrock and Embach are the first two players to be named to the roster.
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Blake Siebenaler, a Fort Wayne native, was selected in the third round of the NHL draft today by the Columbus Blue Jackets. He went 77th overall. He is a defenseman.
“I like it,” Komets president Michael Franke said. “I like being back with Colorado. We started to create a rivalry with them (in the CHL) … and we’re kind of excited about being able to take them on."
After every team in the Western Conference made the playoffs last season, this is an attempt to even things out. The potential travel in the playoffs is going up.