INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- The only word I can think of to describe the performance of Komets goaltender Nick Boucher in the first overtime tonight is ... legendary.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. -- The Komets promised a better performance and they delivered.
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"Our team believes we can beat this hockey team," Fort Wayne coach Al Sims said.
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So the Komets are done like dinner, right? Down two games in the best-of-seven Turner Conference finals, heading on the road for three straight games at Independence, Mo., surely Fort Wayne's chances are slim-to-none, right?
Mavericks stave off third-period comeback
John-Scott Dickson scored at 5:20 of overtime to give Missouri a 3-2 victory against the Komets in Game 1 of the Turner Conference finals Friday at Memorial Coliseum.
The Komets and Missouri Mavericks are tied at 1 after one period at Memorial Coliseum in the opener of the Turner Conference finals.
Brett Smith will be a game-time decision Friday, when the Komets open the conference finals against the Missouri Mavericks at Memorial Coliseum.
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- They have changed the first Komets goal to Jamie Lovell. He dumped it in while taking a hit from Andrew Smale and no one -- not Bobby Chaumont or Jamie Milam touched it.
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The Komets hold a 2-1 lead over the Rapid City Rush after one period of Game 6 of the Turner Conference semifinals.
I don't have a big problem with Les Reaney not being suspended.
A five-member committee voted unanimously to overturn the suspension, so Les Reaney will be able to play tonight.
RAPID CITY, S.D. -- The Komets have arrived in South Dakota safely.
RAPID CITY, S.D, -- Komets center Brett Smith didn't make the trip to Rapid City for Game 6 of the Turner Conference semifinals.
The Komets gave up four unanswered goals in the third period and lost 4-1 to the Rapid City Rush at Memorial Coliseum on Sunday.
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The Komets defeated the Rapid City Rush 5-3 Thursday night to take a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven Turner Conference semifinals, which continue Sunday at Memorial Coliseum.
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The Komets got a 3-1 victory Tuesday at Memorial Coliseum over the Rapid City Rush to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven Turner Conference semifinals.
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Komets defenseman Brent Henley has been suspended three games – including the one game he’s already served – for his actions in Saturday’s game at Dayton.
Paced by a goal and four assists from Colin Chaulk, the Komets defeated the Dayton Gems 6-2 and clinched the Turner Conference's regular-season title.
TROTWOOD, Ohio – The Dayton Gems gave the Komets about all they could handle – brutally hard hits, fights, terrific goaltending – but Fort Wayne still got out with the victory they desperately needed Saturday in their chase for the Turner Conference title.
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Riley Weselowski of Rapid City has been named the Central Hockey League's most outstanding defenseman, the league announced today.
The Komets gave up four unanswered goals and lost 5-2 to the Quad City Mallards on Wednesday night at Memorial Coliseum. All of the goals the Komets gave up were on turnovers against a team fighting just to stay in the playoffs.
Rapid City's Riley Weselowski was selected as the CHL's Man of the Year.