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Tailing the Komets

Here's the potential schedule

According to the South Carolina Stingrays press release. Normally wouldn't post this, but I've gotten dozens of emails and tweets asking for this.

Game 1: Friday, May 15 at Fort Wayne 8:05 p.m.

Game 2: Sunday, May 17 at Fort Wayne 6:05 p.m.

Who's going tomorrow?

And where are you sitting?

Directions to Toledo

To get to the Huntington Center from Fort Wayne, take State Route 24 and head East towards Toledo. Route 24 turns into the Anthony Wayne Trail. Follow the Anthony Wayne Trail and take the downtown Toledo exit. Turn left at the light onto Erie Street, then make the third right onto Jefferson Avenue.

Inside The Zone for May 11

WANE's Sunday highlights

Here's the game-winner

Sol vs. Nightingale

It's 1-1 after two

Brett Perlini scored first on a power play.

Then Toledo's Josh Holmstrom scored late in the period to tie it.

More video highlights

WANE's Thursday highlights

Winner #2!

Everybody's looking for James Martin's overtime shot.

This was in Shawn Szydlowski's stall

Going to overtime again

Shots were 8-7 in Toledo's favor in the third period, but they should have been with three consecutive power plays. Komets couldn't argue about any of the calls. Toledo had one shot on goal during those pp attempts. 

Somehow the Komets have turned the Walleye into a dump and chase team and Jeff Lerg is living on his goal line, which I haven't seen him do all year. 

It's 1-1 after two

First, Toledo's Troy Schwab scored when two Komets forwards failed to pick him up.

Then Mike Embach scored on a power play off a beautiful Garrett Meurs pass.

 

Don't freak out

Komets were out-shot in the first period 13-7, but I'd take that the rest of the game as long as Toledo keeps firing from long-range. Scoring chances were even in the first period, including this breakaway chance by Eric Faille that Jeff Lerg made the stop on.

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