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Tailing the Komets

Who do you want to see them play?

Who do you want to see the Komets play in the first round of the playoffs? If they win Friday in Wheeling and Saturday in Cincinnati, the Komets will really help Kalamazoo's cause to finish third, which could mean more games against the Wings after they've already had 15 regular-season games. Hello, Joel Martin!

If the Komets manage to overtake Toledo, they could end up playing either Wheeling, Cincinnati or Indy in the first round. Indy is closer, but who knows how much those tickets will cost? That could be ridiculous.

What do you think?

Playoff tickets going on sale

First two dates also announced

From a Komets press release:

WANE's Wednesday highlights

Komets clobber Jackals

Wow, that was fast.

Five goals on 12 shots, two of three on the pp. Held Elmira to six shots also. A perfect first period.

Szydlowski is POW again

From an ECHL press release:

Stanford Ratings for March 23

The game-winning goal

Mike Embach puts it in off Mike Clemente's glove. 

Komets have clinched playoff spot, Nagle returns

Toledo and the Komets have clinched with Cincinnati's loss last night. The Komets can clinch  home-ice advantage for the first round with a win tonight.

Pat Nagle is returning from Utica of the AHL as well. He played one game with the Comets.

Toledo wins to take over first place

Walleye scored two goals in the third against Wheeling to tie and then won with four shootout goals to pass the Komets by two points for first place. That was the Walleye's last game in hand, too.

Kyle Thomas released

Thomas amassed three goals, seven points and +3 in 23 games

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