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Tailing the Komets

Cincy's first-period goal

Matt Tinordi, far right, scores after Dan Eves, No. 16, at the top fanned on a shot and the puck slid right to Tinordi before the Komets' defense could get over.

Game 4, Round 2

Peter Tarnaris is the referee. This is a must-win game for the Komets who need to come full-bore from the opening faceoff. Should not have to be talking about that in the playoffs, though. Same lineups as Thursday night.

Komets need to hit or series is over

WANE's Thursday highlights

The final goal

Game 3, Round 2

Not a whole lot of changes in personnel, but the Komets are going to mix up their forwards a little bit tonight. Frederic Leblanc is the referee.

More later.

Five ways to cheat at hockey

Superstitions intensify during playoffs

The most important of Komets' 500 playoff games

You can read my list here.

Disagree? Which game would you add, and maybe just as importantly, which game would you remove from the list?

 

WANE's Saturday highlights

All falls apart

Second period was awful for the Komets as Cincinnati scored four goals on 18 shots, limiting the Komets to six. Komets look like they are the tired team tonight. Can't really pick on any one person or group, but nobody looks sharp tonight for Fort Wayne. Cincy's goals are coming from in close, low slot. Not much chance for Ben Meisner who looks human for the first time in the playoffs.

Here's Matt Carter's goal on a backhand.

 

Game 2, Round 2

Pretty defensive so far, though the Komets lead in shots 9-5 after the first period, mostly on two power plays. Pierre Lambert is the referee tonight. Cincinnati already came out with more jump than the Cyclones showed all of last night.

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