TOLEDO – It wasn’t as bad as Thursday. But it was another lopsided loss for the Komets, who fell 6-3 to the Toledo Walleye, one night after losing 6-0 to the Cincinnati Cyclones at Memorial Coliseum.
The Komets are historically a very good team on home ice.
Ugly as the Komets’ 6-0 loss Thursday night was, there were a few minutes in the second period when they looked impressively good.
The Komets signed Joshua Winquist late in the offseason – Oct. 7 – to beef up their offensive capabilities. He’s done exactly that. Through 11 games with Fort Wayne, he ranks third on the team with 10 points, though he only has two goals head…
Sam Babinstsev, a forward who played only one regular-season game with the Komets and was scoreless, was released Monday.
The immediate takeaways from Saturday night’s Komets game – a 5-4 loss to the Allen Americans in an overtime shootout – are such:
Hank Crone had the only goal of the overtime shootout and the Allen Americans defeated the Komets 5-4 in a back-and-forth, penalty marred game Saturday in front of 7,717 fans at Memorial Coliseum.
As captain of the Komets, Anthony Petruzzelli is proud of the improvements he’s seen in the team over the last week.
INDIANAPOLIS – Rylan Parenteau hadn’t played yet this season and the rookie goaltender out of the University of New Brunswick wanted desperately to show what he could do.