Monday, July 23, 2018

Fort Wayne Komets

Exploring the Komets 2018-19 Schedule and More New Signings

With just under three months from the opening of the ECHL season, The Sin Bin's Tom Franklin breaks down the upcoming slate of games for Fort Wayne

Komets Bringing Back Fan-Favorites Sol, Crunk

FORT WAYNE, IN. - All aboard the Sol Train, Fort's time to get Crunk again. Two fan favorites are returning to don the Komets sweater this coming season.

Schaafsma Among Three Returning to Fort Wayne Komets for 2018-19 Season

FORT WAYNE, IN — There will be at least one name on the back of a Komets uniform that Fort Wayne fans recognize on the ice this coming season

Komets Lose Familiar Faces, Coyotes in Offseason of Change

FORT WAYNE, IN. — The winds of change have hit the Fort Wayne Komets like a hurricane this offseason

Colorado Comes Back to Win Game 7 Overtime Thriller

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles organization has two main motivations in their quest to capture the 2018 Kelly Cup Championship: defend last year’s title win, and claim the Cup one more time before moving up to the AHL. After a Game 7 victory over Fort Wayne, they are one step closer to their unprecedented goal.

Defense Key As Komets Take Eagles to Game 7

LOVELAND, Colo. - After falling down 2-1 for the series in the Western Conference Final, the Colorado Eagles came back strong to win Games 4 and 5 against Fort Wayne in Indiana. With a 3-2 series lead heading back to Loveland, Colorado looked to close out Fort Wayne in Game 6. The Komets, however, had other plans.

Cannata Backstops Eagles to 3-2 Series Lead

FORT WAYNE, Ind. - In the first two games played in Colorado, both were very physical, chippy contests. When the series shifted to northeast Indiana, the series seemed to take on a "controlled chaos" feel, with both goaltenders standing tall. In Saturday night's pivotal game five, the "controlled chaos" continued. 

Joly Strikes Twice as Eagles Tie Series

After a standout performance from their goaltender Michael Houser on Wednesday night, the Fort Wayne Komets wanted to have a repeat of the results and take a commanding 3-1 lead in the ECHL Western Conference Final. The Colorado Eagles looked to stay disciplined and out of penalty trouble as the Fort Wayne power play has killed them in this series.

Houser Strong as Komets Grab Series Lead

fter an eventful two games in Colorado, the ECHL Western Conference Final shifts to the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. Both teams are looking for momentum as the Eagles had found it in game one.

ECHL Hands Out Suspensions from Pregame Brawl in Colorado

PRINCETON, N.J. - The ECHL announced on Monday that four players have been suspended and fined for their roles in the pregame brawl before game two of the Western Conference Finals in Colorado Sunday night