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Tailing the Komets

So what do you think so far?

I am very impressed with the defensive corp. Size, skill and skating and should just keep getting better. I could see the Komets keeping eight D with one on reserve and rotating them all season because of call-ups and injuries. There's not a weak link in the bunch.

Gary Graham is not satisfied with his forwards' balance and consistency yet, but they've scored four goals in each of the first two games. He's right, but they'd have killed to do that last year for two games in a row. Still need to work more defensively.

WANE's Saturday highlights

Cody Sol vs. Garrett Klotz

It's tied after 1

Thanks to this save by Pat Nagle on Indy's Mathieu Brisebois.

More videos

Fairgrounds Coliseum video

This is what it looks like

The renovated Fairgrounds Coliseum.

Former Komets in ECHL, AHL

Former Komets in ECHL
Alaska: Chris Francis.
Allen: Sy Nutkevitch.
Brampton: Stephon Thorne, Jason Dale.
Cincinnati: Lindsay Sparks.
Elmira: Nick Tuzzolino, Steven Shamanski.
Gwinnett: Tristin Llewellyn, Bobby Hughes, J.P. Labardo.
Indy: Cody Reichard, Garrett Klotz.
Kalamazoo: Josh Brittain.
Missouri: Colten Hayes.
Ontario: Tristin King.
Orlando: Mickey Lang.
Quad City: Garrett Vermeersch.
Reading: Bryant Molle.
Tulsa: Tommy Mele.
Wheeling: Mike Ratchuk.
Wichita: Kenton Miller.

Komets trim active roster by five

 Komets announced Wednesday that they have trimmed the preseason roster by three players.  Placed on waivers were forwards Alex Hudson and Brett Beebe and defenseman Mathew Maione.

Defenseman Matt Krug and forward Christian Ouellet have been placed on 21-day injured reserve.