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Komets’ Eric Faille tries to get away from Greenville’s Steve Spinell on Saturday at the Coliseum.
For the first time this season, the Komets aren’t on top of the Eastern Conference standings. Losing three of five games will do that to a team.

Komets goaltender Pat Nagle makes a blocker save against Greenville's Trevor Parkes in the first period. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
It was virtually the same game Saturday night as it was on Friday night for the Fort Wayne Komets. The same score, almost the same shots on goal, but a totally different ending.      More..
Defenseman Joey Leach jumps out of the way so Komets goaltender Pat Nagle can clearly see this third-period blast from Kalamazoo's Ludwig Blomstrand. News-Sentinel photo by Blake Sebring
The ride from Toledo to Fort Wayne is one of the shortest in the ECHL, but Wednesday afternoon 90 minutes seemed to last forever. Komets coach Gary Graham was steaming in the front seat after a 6-3 blowout loss to the Walleye.      More..
Komets forward Shawn Szydlowski, left, moves the puck away from Kalamazoo’s Matt Caria during Friday’s game.
Komets coach Gary Graham had called for better defense. And he got it Friday night with a 3-1 victory over the Kalamazoo Wings, in which forward Eric Faille had the second-period game-winning goal and netminder Pat Nagle made 23 saves.

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By Blake Sebring of The News-Sentinel
By Justin A. Cohn of The Journal Gazette
For the first time this season, the Komets aren't on top of the Eastern Conference standings. Losing three of five games will do that to a team.

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