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Komets goaltender Pat Nagle dove across is crease to rob Indy's Mathieu Brisebois of a goal in the first period Saturday night. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
Here's how fans can tell if a potential rivalry is real: as soon as a game is over are you already looking forward to the next one?
Komets forward Matthew Pistilli has scored two goals in the season's first two games. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
The Fort Wayne Komets had two goals this weekend, get off to a good start and play tough at home. They accomplished both, but it wasn't easy.      More..
The Indy Fuel’s Jamie Wise, left, tries to steal the puck  from Fort Wayne’s  Eric Faille. The Komets swept the series.
Komets captain Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock scored five times last year, through the course of 68 games. But in the first two games of this season, he’s found the back of the net twice.

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Komets goaltender Pat Nagle slides over to block Robert Czarnick's shootout attempt with a pad save. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
INDIANAPOLIS — Leave it to the birthday boys to blow up the game just when it looked like the Komets were going to be blown out.      More..
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By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel
By Justin A. Cohn of The Journal Gazette
Check out today's story on the Komets, who are off to a 2-0-0 start this season. We explore how and why the captain, Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock, has looked so good, so far this season.

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