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Tailing the Komets

Game 4 stories

Here's a story about the penalty shot, and here's one about all the Fort Wayne fans making the trip for the game.

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Game 4 highlights

From Chad Ryan

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Notes on Game 4

Muskegon General Manager Tim Taylor estimated there were 650 Fort Wayne fans at the game... The Komets provided a bus so all their office staff and the players' families could attend the game. That's class... Before the game, Komets General Manager David Franke actually warned coach Al Sims about the possibility of Bob Langdon calling a penalty shot... The Komets have out-shot Muskegon 170-108 in the series... After scoring 42 goals in 46 regular-season games, Muskegon's Robin Bouchard has not had a shot on goal the last two games...

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What the league said

I talked with IHL Vice President of Hockey Operations Brad Jones after the game, and he said Bob Langdon called a penalty shot because a reasonable scoring opportunity was taken away. It's a misconception that if a player gets a shot off a penalty shot cannot be called, Jones said.

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This time from Shaf. How much fun is this?

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Muskegon is showing some fight

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Mathieu Curadeau just missed getting Fort Wayne's first goal on this first-period play (the puck is beside the goalpost), and Darryl McArthur scored Muskegon's second goal over Nick Boucher's blocker on the second photo. McArthur broke in all alone.

Muskegon's using a forecheck well tonight to throw the Komets off-balance. Komets have made two mistakes, the Lumberjacks scored on both. Muskegon is using 14 skaters, including seven forwards, and I wonder if the Lumberjacks can keep this pace up.

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You are looking live...

We are up and working from Muskegon.

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If you can't make it to Muskegon

WANE's Ross Kinsey and I will be doing some reports tonight on Channel 15 news at 5 and 6 p.m., and possibly 11 p.m. I'll also be on with Bob on WOWO sometime tonight. He's more excited than a 5-year-old at Christmas.

Here are some options for you tonight if you weren't able to make it.

You can listen to the game here; or watch it here on the B2 network. That costs $8, and you'll get to listen to Muskegon's Terry Ficorelli.

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Wednesday's stories

You can read "Wizard's magic" here, and the notebook here talks about series in which teams lead 3-0. Did you know the Komets almost lost a 3-0 lead once?

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Game 3 highlights

From Chad Ryan

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These are by Chad Ryan.

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Notes on Game 3

Bob Langdon is scheduled to referee Game 4

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Sorry

Had no internet access tonight. Just got back to the hotel and starting to write. Chad will have highlight video up soon here. If you were wondering, the Komets are 16-0 all-time in series

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No fear of overtime

Why have the Komets been doing better in overtimes? You can find out here.

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This week's video

Randy and I discuss the series here with some great camera work by Chad Ryan. I swear, it's like he knows what we're going to talk about! It's a good thing he gets to go with me to Muskegon so we'll have photo pages in the paper after each game.

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How confident are you?

I'm sensing that some of you may be a tad overconfident that the Komets are just going to easily win this thing 4-0. Aren't you anxious at all?

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Another Inside the Zone

WANE's Glenn Marini and I review Gams

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Drouin gets good news

With the first cast he was wearing on his broken arm, Komets forward P.C. Drouin said he felt fine, but when it came off his arm felt lousy. With the second cast, his arm felt lousy, but when it came off Monday morning, the arm felt much better. Drouin said Dr. Greg Sassmannshausen of FWO told him there's still a possibility the Komets' leading scorer come play in the Turner Cup finals.

Drouin is leaving with the team this afternoon and will be in warm-ups Tuesday night in Muskegon.

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Monday's stories

Here's a column about how the Komets are doing against Todd Robinson and Robin Bouchard.

Then here's a notebook starting off with how Sebastien Laplante is staying ready and there's some fascinating stuff about Nick Boucher's play in Muskegon and on the road.

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