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Tailing the Komets

Game 1, round 1

Same lineup for the Komets as last time except Jace Coyle is in for Justin Seftin. Ben Meisner starts in goal. Brandon Anderson for the Royals. Referee is Andrew Wilk. Komets are confident, very businesslike.

Here we go

Who's going to win?

And in how many games?


Inside The Zone for April 14

Stanford Ratings for April 14

Last year they were 20th at the end of the season with a 2.51 rating.


ECHL Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals series

Fort Wayne Komets vs Reading Royals


1)  Thursday, April 17 at Reading, 7:05pm


2)  Saturday,  April 19 at Reading, 7:05pm


Schrock-Elbrecht fight video

Reading readiness

The Komets are up 2-1 after two periods on goals by Brandon Marino and Simon Danis-Pepin. It's also looking like they going to Reading to open the playoffs on Thursday as Wheeling is winning at Cincinnati 3-0 late in the second period. That means the Komets will take the No. 8 seed. They are looking at playing Thursday and Saturday in Reading, and then playing April 24, 25 and 27 or 29 in Fort Wayne. Those are completely tentative dates so don't write them in stone yet.

Who do you want the Komets to play?

And why?

Here's the breakdown

* If the Komets lose tonight at home to Toledo in regulation, they will be the No. 8 seed face defending ECHL champion Reading in the first round.

* If the Komets win and Wheeling loses in regulation, overtime or a shootout in Cincinnati, Fort Wayne moves into the No. 7 spot. The same is true if the Komets lose in overtime or a shootout and Wheeling loses in regulation.

WANE's Friday highlights

Playoff clincher

Christian Ouellet's power-play goal with 2:55 left that sent the Komets home 4-3 winners and into the playoffs.

Komets trail 2-0 after first

The first goal was a nifty deflection by Josh Beaulieu

And the second was over Ben Meisner's right pad by Alex Aleardi

Komets just scored early in the second period from Mike Embach.