Roman Will would seem to be the most likely fit to wind up in the ECHL as a goalie, but he's spent the last two seasons in the Czech Republic after an impressive junior career in Moncton. If I had to guess, it would be him.
The Komets finalized the signing of forward Thomas Frazee, who had 24 goals and 47 points in 60 games last season for Quad City of the CHL, and also announced that they have added forward Brett Beebe to the roster.
Center Thomas Frazee posted on his twitter account he will play for the Komets this season.
Karch Bachman is on track to a professional career in hockey. Possibly one in the NHL. It'll be fun to follow his development.
No official word yet, but I'm hearing that the Komets may be completing a deal with Thomas Frazee, who had 24 goals and 47 points in 60 games last season with Quad City of the CHL.
The Komets have aligned with the NHL's Colorado Avalanche and their American Hockey League team, the Lake Erie Monsters.
Former Komets star Joe Kastelic, who once owned the record for most goals scored in the IHL, died Wednesday at 81. He skated for the Komets from 1953 to 1957 and then again in 1960-61. He finished his career with the Muskegon Mohawks in 1968.
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The Komets bolstered their roster with a potential No. 1 goaltender, a former first-round NHL draft pick, a familiar face and player who should be popular with the fans.
Steven Shamanski, who had a cup of coffee with the Komets, has signed to play this season with Elmira of the ECHL.
Oh, you have got to check out this blog by former NHL referee Paul Stewart. Read the whole thing, especially about Eric Lindros.
The Komets’ game Nov. 12 at Kalamazoo, Michigan, has been moved to 10:30 a.m. And the game Nov. 19 at Toledo, Ohio, will be at 10:35 a.m. Also, the Komets announced their outdoor game at Toledo on Jan. 3 will be at 6:30 p.m.
Former Komets Kenton Miller and Garrett Klotz have signed with the Indy Fuel, a new ECHL team.
This photo is of Patrick Kane wearing a Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock T-shirt.
Justin Hodgman, a former Komet who played in Russia the past two seasons, signed with Arizona, general manager Don Maloney announced.
Karch Bachman, a forward from Wolcottville, was named Wednesday to the U.S. Under-18 Select team roster. The 17-year-old Bachman, listed at 5-foot-11 and 178 pounds, plays at Culver Academies Prep.
The Komets added three defensemen to the roster for next season, re-signing William Lacasse and Matthew Maione while Drew Daniels has agreed to terms, completing a trade for future considerations made last season with Utah.