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Komets win Turner Cup

The Komets made history Saturday.

With Fort Wayne's 3-2 victory over Flint in Game 5 of the Turner Cup Finals, the Komets earned a three-peat for the first time in the franchise's 58-year history.

Fort Wayne started quickly, taking a 3-0 lead through two periods at Memorial Coliseum.

P.C. Drouin scored a pair of goals in the second period. His first goal came on a power play at 6:44, and he notched his second with the teams at even strength.

Matt Syroczynski gave the Komets a 1-0 lead over Flint after the first period, scoring on a power play at 17:52.

Flint's John Ronan and Jake Pence scored in the third period to cut the lead to 3-2.

The Komets doubled Flint's total in shots (42-21). The Generals were 0 for 5 on power plays.

Nick Boucher was back in net after taking Game 4 off and stopped 19 shots.