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Tailing the Komets

Couple notes

Theannual campusLink Bus Stuff to benefit Community Harvest Food Bank will take place again this year during Komet home games this week Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.  Komet fans can save $2.00 off their upper arena game ticket with a food donation at each game.  The Komets ask that fans bring canned or packaged food for donation.  The goal is to donate enough food to fill a campusLink bus to benefit hungry families served by the Community Harvest Food Bank.  Additional contributions can be made by stuffing the CitiLink

Stanford Ratings for March 31

Komets need to play smarter

Komets lost in OT

We've got a shootout going

It's 4-3 Komets late in the second peroid as they are peppering ECHL goaltending leader Jeff Jakaitis. Aaron Clarke has two goals, Brandon Marno and Shawn Szydlowski one each. It looks like the Komets are doing a good job of keeping the action in the South Carolina end, but maybe Gary Graham's message has gotten through because they seem to be shooting more and passing less. So far.

Schmitt backs words with actions

Komets have released Kevin Murdock

He had to head back to Lake Superior State to finish up school. New goaltender or Ben Meisner status TBA according to coach Gary Graham.

Stanford Ratings for March 24

Lots of action

Komets lead 3-1 after first on goals by Scott Fleming off a 2-on-1 with Chris Auger.

Then Shawn Szydlowski set up Aaron Clarke on another 2-on-1.

It's 1-1 early

Dustin Cloutier scored first for theWings, but I'm not sure if Scott Fleming didn't knock it in on a power play.

Then Mike Embach scored on a power play for the Komets. The game has settled down quickly with a couple of early penalties.

Pre-game tangle

The Komets' Simon Danis-Pepin and Kalamazoo's Justin Taylor came together and then so did everyone else. Nathan Martine snowed Chris Lawrence. At the end of warm-ups, Lawrence shot a puck at Martine's feet.

Should be interesting opening faceoff

Alumni game photos

Alumni game

Very small crowd here in Kalamazoo which is a crying shame. Maybe 500 people.

Playing for the Komets are John Hilworth, Brian McKee, Doug Rigler, Ron Leef, Kelly Miller, Scott Collins, Jim Logan, Kevin Bertram, Konstantin Shafranov, Kelly Hurd, Kevin Irons, Adam Lewis, Ryan Potts, Larry Schmitt, Steve Fletcher, Olivier Legault, Tony Manny, Larkin Saalfrank and Doug Teskey.

Komets keep rallying untl overcoming Wings

You can read the story here.

Will Lacasse's shootout goal

Matt Grogan stops Matt Caria to end it

Jordan Binnington robs Shawn Szydlowski with the pad

What was the complaint?

Kalamazoo goaltender Jordan Binnington felt he had touched the puck before Will Lacasse shot in the game-winning goal in the shootout, which would have immediately killed the play.

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