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Off to exciting start

The Komets and Kalamazoo Wings are tied at 2 after one period at Memorial Coliseum, in what has been an exciting and chippy game so far tonight.

The Wings opened the scoring 7:34 into the first period, seconds after a Kalamazoo power play had expired, with defenseman Joe Sova's shot from just inside the blue line eluding goalie Matt Grogan, who made just his second professional start.

Komets center Scott Fleming answered at 14:44 by redirecting defenseman Simon Danis-Pepin's shot from the blue past goalie Jordan Binnington, while the teams were skating 4-on-4.

The Wings went up 2-1 with a power-play goal from right wing Chris Lawrence at 18:13, but one minute later forward Kenton Miller tied it with a shot from the right circle.

Justin A. Cohn, pro sports coordinator for The Journal Gazette, has been covering the Fort Wayne Komets since 1997. His reporting includes game stories from home and away, features about the players and personalities associated with the Komets, plus coverage of issues affecting hockey at all levels. A native of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., Cohn graduated from Emory University in Atlanta. He can be reached at 260-461-8429 or by email at jcohn@jg.net.

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