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Tailing the Komets

Faille coming back

Rookie center Eric Faille was released by the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League on Monday and will be in the lineup on Wednesday at Indy. After scoring 16 goals and 32 points in 32 games with the Komets, Faille scored two goals and six points in 21 games with Texas.

WANE's Sunday hightlights

Stanford Ratings for March 16

Congrats to Summit City Panthers

They beat the Fort Wayne Bruins 2-0 this morning at Indianapolis Farmers Coliseum to win the Class 1A state championship. 

Mitzi Toepfer services

Mitzi Toepfer's services
2-8 p.m. Wednesday, Pine Valley D.O. McCombs, 1320 Dupont Road
11 a.m. Thursday service at County Line Church of God with viewing one hour prior
7716 N. County Line Rd. E. •  Auburn, IN • 46706 • (260) 627-2482

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Also, if you'd like to come tell a story at the service or would like a story to be included, please send me a private message.

On the bus

Shawn Szydlowski is on the bus to Cincinnati.

Guggenberger shines in win over Walleye


Brock Higgs, Larkin Saalfrank and Kevin Murdoch released

Barteaux and Tam activated from reserve; Guggenberger officially added to roster

Krug placed on reserve

That's all I know, so don't bother asking. You'll know when I know otherwise. 

Komets acquire goaltender

Rumor control

There's a rumor out there that unless the players who are currently in the AHL are not back by tomorrow's AHL/ECHL reassignement deadline that they will not be eligible for the playoffs. That is untrue. That deadline is just for AHL players who have not previously appeared in games in FW. Any player who has appeared in 10 ECHL games is eligible for the playoffs, and I believe there is also one exemption from the rule as well. So Eric Faille, Pat Nagle and the guys from Lake Erie are fine. Even if someone else gets called up to the AHL, they would still be fine.