Nick Boucher made 28 saves in the Komets 4-0 victory over the Dayton Gems at Hara Arena on Friday night.
Boucher recorded his CHL-leading third shutout.
The Komets won for the 11th time in the last 14 games and improved their Turner Conference-leading record to 16-7-1.
Boucher leads the CHL in victories (14), goals-against average (2.26) and is second with a save percentage of .923.
Komets center Brett Smith paced the offense with a goal and two assists in front of 2,313 fans.
Smith has a point in five straight games and 21 of the last 23.
He is now second in CHL scoring with 35 points, behind only Rapid Citys Jesse Schultzs 41.
Right wing Bobby Chaumont had a goal and an assist for Fort Wayne.
Defenseman Jamie Milam and right wing Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock also scored for Fort Wayne, and left wing Artem Podshendyalov had two assists.
The Komets are 4-1-0 against the Gems (11-11-4), who are coached by a native of Fort Wayne and a former Komets goalie, Brian Gratz.
The Komets are off until Tuesday, when they play host to the league-worst Bloomington Blaze (7-15-2).