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Tailing the Komets

WANE's Friday highlights

Game-winner, again

Christian Ouellet scored it with 7.1 seconds left.

It's 1-1 after two

First, Wade Megan scored for the Cyclones

Then Mike Embach ripped a slap shot just under the crossbar to tie it on a power play.

Scoreless after one

Shots 9-5 Komets who probably had the better scoring  chances. Ben Meisner stopped Wade Megan on a breakaway.

Aaron Clarke couldn't get a shot off from this position.

Game 1, Round 2

Sy Nutkevitch is out tonight and Matt Carter is in. Referee is Stephen Reneau.

Cyclones had to make a 15 1/2-hour bus ride home from Orlando on Tuesday nighht/Wednesday morning. Wow!

If you are coming down for Saturday's game, please get here early. The Reds are in town and playing at the same time so the earlier you get here, the better chances you'll have for a parking spot which costs anywhere from $12 to $20. There's also a marathon on Sunday morning so plan on getting out of here ASAP, too.

There are already a few dozen Komets fans here tonight.

So, who ya picking?

You'll find out my pick with tomorrow's stories, who and maybe more importantly, why?

Gotta love Mike Emrick

Round two schedule

1)  Friday, May 2, Fort Wayne at Cincinnati, 7:35 pm

2)  Saturday, May 3, Fort Wayne at Cincinnati, 7:35pm

3)  Thursday, May 8, Cincinnati at Fort Wayne, 7:30pm

4)  Saturday, May 10, Cincinnati at Fort Wayne, 7:30pm

*5)  Sunday, May 11, Cincinnati at Fort Wayne, 6 pm

*6)  Tuesday, May 13, Fort Wayne at Cincinnati, 7:35pm

*7)  Wednesday, May 14, Fort Wayne at Cincinnati, 7:35pm

Komets to face Cyclones

Komets will face Cincinnati

Komets will play Cincinnati in the second round. Cyclones beat Orlando tonight 2-1 to win series 4-2. Series starts 7:30 p.m. Friday in Cincinnati.

Greenville also beat Kalamazoo 3-1 to win that series in six games. All of 1,099 fans in Kalamazoo tonight. All four top seeds in the Eastern Conference are already out.

You gotta read these stories

This is a story Brett Smith was telling us about the other night when he visited. It's about the 2004 Central Hockey League finals between Laredo and Bossier-Shreveport. Besides Smith, a few former Komets mentioned.

Roy Lang III's column starts it off.

Embach gets fined

From an ECHL press release:

Does anybody realize...

...how long the playoffs could last this year?

Komets announce second-round home dates

From a Komets press release:

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