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Tailing the Komets

Komets' season-ending roster 6/16

John Muse, Ben Meisner, Simon Danis-Pepin, Matthew Maione, Jace Coyle, Joe Hartman, William Lacasse, Drew Daniels, Matt Carter, Scott Fleming, Brandon Marino, Mike Embach, Sy Nutkevitch, Aaron Clarke, Christian Ouellet, Chris Auger, Kaleigh Schrock, Dean Ouellet and David Rutherford 

Left off: Kenton Miller, Justin Sefton


From an ECHL press release:

Congrats to the Kings

What an amazing run and Stanley Cup Finals by the Los Angeles Kings. Congratulations to Rob Laird and Madeleine Laird on another title! What an amazing career to be on the inside putting together the ultimate team.

Really thought Lundqvist should have been the MVP. He kept his team from getting swept, and he kept them in games they had no business being in, pushing three of the games to overtime when they were being badly out-shot.

Congrats, ECHL

Looks like the league did a  good job with the schedule, at least the Komets' part of it which is the only thing I've had a chance to look at so far. Putting together a league schedule is the most thankless job of any in sports.

For the first time in a couple of years, the Komets do not play someone from another division more times at home than they play one of their division foes.  It also looks like the travel schedule is easier than last year. Even in some of the longer trips, they are staying for more than one game in the same place. 

2014-15 Komets schedule

Matt Carter going to Europe

He has signed with a team in Gap, France.

Schedule released tomorrow

At 3 p.m.

Komets' protected list

John Muse, Ben Meisner, Simon Danis-Pepin, Justin Sefton, Matthew Maione, Jace Coyle, Joe Hartman, William Lacasse, Matt Carter, Scott Fleming, Brandon Marino, Mike Embach, Sy Nutkevitch, Aaron Clarke, Christian Ouellet, Chris Auger, Kaleigh Schrock, Jason Dale, Kenton Miller, Dean Ouellet, David Rutherford 

Primeau service details

Visitation 2-4 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. Friday at St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 7308 St. Joe Road

Funeral 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Alban's.

Reggie Primeau has passed

He passed away at 4:45 p.m. this afternoon. He scored 222 goals, 373 assists and 595 points in 511 games over eight seasons with the Komets, and his No. 12 was retired in 2001. I'll have a story up later.

 

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