The Komets announced Thursday that Mathieu Curadeau and Kaleigh Schrock have agreed to terms and have been added to the Fort Wayne roster for 2010-11.
Curadeau, 25, will be joining the Komets for a third season as a pro. The center scored league titles in his two previous seasons in Fort Wayne skating to Turner Cup championships in 2008 and 2009. Curadeau was named to the IHL All-Rookie team for 2007-08.
Last season the Montreal, Quebec native appeared in stints with Kalamazoo of the ECHL (51gp, 23g, 24a, 47pts) and Worcester (3gp, 1g) and Hamilton (3gp, 1a) of the AHL after enjoying a career best year with Fort Wayne in 2008-09 leading the Komets with 34 goals, 13 power play tallies and adding 31 assists for 65 points in 52 games. In addition to being a member of the Komets in 2008-09, Curadeau also spent time with Norfolk netting two goals and three points in 18 AHL games.
Schrock, 25 and a Fort Wayne native, made his pro debut last season with the Komets scoring 20 goals and 31 points while accumulating 168 penalty minutes. Schrock appeared in all 12 playoff games scoring two goals and four points en route to the 2010 IHL Turner Cup Championship.
Schrock was presented the Komets' Mr. Hustle Award and Rookie of the Year honor for 2009-10. Prior to his rookie season, the forward completed four seasons at Neumann College from 2005-2009 capturing the 2009 Division III Men's Ice Hockey NCAA title.
15 players currently claim spots on the Fort Wayne roster with today's signings including 10 forwards, four defensemen and one goaltender.