Defenseman James Martin wants to bring some of the same things this season – the championship-winning part of his game – but with a little something extra.
The Mad Ants, reigning D-League champions, will open their season without the player most closely identified with the franchise.
Nathan Condon had been frustrated. Through his first four professional games, he'd failed to score on six shots and at least five breakaways, a couple of which he missed the net entirely.

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    One might say scheduling a game against the Komets on Johnny Appleseed Day is just asking for it.
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    The Komets weren’t particularly welcoming to the Missouri Mavericks, who Saturday night made their first appearance at Memorial Coliseum since losing Game 7 of the 2012 CHL semifinals.
  • Szydlowski’s goal lifts Komets in OT
    The Komets endured the resiliency and physical play of the Kalamazoo Wings – some would call it dirty play – and emerged with a 3-2 overtime victory Friday in front of 5,122 fans at Wings Stadium.
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