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Howard on the bus

The Mad Ants left earlier today for Erie, Pa. where they will face the BayHawks on Friday and Sunday.

Veteran guard Ron Howard, who has been suffering from a knee injury that has kept him out most of the last three games - all losses - made the trip. He will be considered a game-time decision.

Fort Wayne's next home game will be Jan. 31 at Memorial Coliseum against division-leading Maine, which has a six-game winning streak.

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