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Mallards keep K’s reeling

Quad City scored three power-play goals in a 6-3 victory over the Komets on Sunday.

The host Mallards scored six consecutive goals on the way to handing Fort Wayne its fifth straight loss.

Tyler Kindle had four assists for Quad City. He assisted on the three power plays.

Fort Wayne (5-13-1) scored first with a goal by Neil Musselwhite at 2:12 of the first period.

Zac Pearson scored at 7:35 to tie the game. Eric Giosa scored a power-play goal at 9:04 of the first period.

Brandon Marino made it 3-1 with a power-play goal at 4:10 of the second period. Less than two minutes later, Jake Riddle scored on a power play to give the Mallards a 4-1 lead. The Komets went 1 for 4 on power-play chances.

Obi Aduba and Joel Gasper also scored in the second period to give Quad City a 6-1 lead.

The Komets’ Frankie DeAngelis made it 6-2 at 6:50 of the third period, and P.C. Drouin scored at 19:01 for the game’s final goal.

Nick Boucher made 28 saves for Fort Wayne. Adam Russo had 29 saves for Quad City.

Saturday, the Komets lost to Missouri 4-1. Fort Wayne went 0 for 9 on power-play opportunities.

Leo Thomas scored the only goal for the Komets.

Fort Wayne is at Quad City again on Friday.