When American Hockey League training camps opened today, there were lots of players under contract to play for the Komets this season who took part.
The USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game, in which Karch Bachman of Walcottville, is playing will be on NHL a network at 7 p.m. Thursday.
The Komets continued to fill out their training camp roster Wednesday with the signings of forward Maxwell Tardy and goaltender Eric Mihalik.
The Komets will hold an open scrimmage at the SportOne/Parkview Ice House from 5-6:20 p.m. on Oct. 7. Admission is free.
I don't have anything new to report on the alleged merger between the ECHL and CHL -- wouldn't it actually be an absorption of the CHL? -- though the rumors persist with internet outlets citing unnamed sources that it will happen.
Eighteen Komets road games this season will be broadcast live on MyTV Fort Wayne. Play-by-play duties will be handled by 21 Alive’s Tommy Schoegler and Kent Hormann.
The Komets added goaltender Eric Levine, forward Nicola Levesque and defenseman Paul Arnott to their roster Tuesday, giving them 24 players so far for the upcoming season.
The Komets have signed defenseman James Martin, who spent last season with the Alaska Aces and won the ECHL championship.
The Komets have signed forward Matthew Pistilli and reached an agreement with Konstantin Shafranov to be an assistant coach for a second straight season.
Rick Uhrich, a right wing who played for the Komets in 1974-75, died at 60, according to the Leader-Post, a newspaper in Saskatchewan.
Former Komets forward Stephon Thorne has signed to play for the CHL's Brampton Beast . I think this is awesome. I think.
The Komets have signed defenseman Mikael Tam, 23, who spent last season with the American Hockey League’s Lake Erie Monsters and the CHL’s Denver Cutthroats. With Lake Erie, he had one goal and six points in 34 games.