During the regular season, the road team wins 44% of the time coming out victorious in 203 of 462 games. Read more →
Monthly Archives: April 2012
This Date in Playoff History – On this date in 2010, the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs beat the Rapid City Rush 6-1 in Game 4 of the Turner Conference finals. Two current Komets were part of the Mudbugs organization at the time, and had a huge impact on that game.
Jamie Milam went on to score two power play goals, including the game winner and Brett Smith found himself on the score sheet as well, netting a power play goal. Read more →
The Mavs won Game 1 in overtime by a 3-2 score and then doubled-up the Komets 6-3 in Game 2 on Saturday night. Read more →
Down 2-0 in the best-of-seven Turner Conference finals? Read more at: journalgazette.net
The Wichita Thunder entertained the home fans on Sunday afternoon with a historic second period as they topped the Texas Brahmas 8-1 taking a 2-0 lead in their best-of-7 Berry Conference Finals series. Game 3 is scheduled for Wednesday night at the NYTEX Sports Centre in North Richland Hills, Texas.
The second period for the Thunder was one for the record books as they scored seven times blowing a tight game wide-open. Read more →
Players say the sting of Rapid City’s early exit from this year’s Central Hockey League playoffs will linger, but will be replaced in time by positives derived from the Rush’s fourth season in the league.
“Anytime you don’t go further than we did, it’s sort of a failure,” Rush leading scorer Shawn Limpright said on Thursday,).. Read more at: rapidcityjournal.com
So the Komets are done like dinner, right? Down two games in the best-of-seven Turner Conference finals, heading on the road for three straight games at Independence, Mo., surely Fort Wayne’s chances are slim-to-none, right? Read more at: journalgazette.net
So dropping the opening game of the Turner Conference finals on Friday night in a disputed fashion wasn’t about to faze them. Read more at: journalgazette.net
Wichita has the luxury of two standouts at the position, and though Russo was the starter at the beginning of the postseason, any inconsistency could have prompted coach Kevin McClelland to go with backup Bryan Hogan. Read More at: kansas.com
There are three of them in the elevator, three men of a certain age, headed for the 600 level of Memorial Coliseum 40 minutes or so before the drop of the puck for Game 2 of the Turner Conference finals against Missouri on Saturday night.
“So you come to a lot of playoff games?” a fellow rider asks. Read more at: journalgazette.net
All the Bees got from the relationship was 47 games, 15 goals, 16 assists, a minus-7 rating and the occasional disruption to the lineup when somebody came from San Antonio,).. Read more at: themonitor.com
Remaining perfect in the post-season, the Missouri Mavericks took a commanding 2-0 lead in their best-of-7 Turner Conference Finals series with the Fort Wayne Komets thanks to their 6-3 victory in Game 2 on Saturday night in Fort Wayne. Read more →
The Missouri Mavericks scored an improbable 3-2 overtime victory over Fort Wayne Friday night on the Komets’ home ice. Ed McGrane scored on a penalty shot with 19 seconds left in regulation to knot the score and John-Scott Dickson won with a shot that ricocheted off the skate of goaltender Nick Boucher 5:20 into the overtime period.
“Graner scores and it’s like, ‘Did that just happen?’ Then Dickson scores I thought, ‘We won?,’” Mavericks goaltender Charlie Effinger said. “We’ll take it. Oh, we’ll take this one – crazy, what a crazy way to win. There were a lot of high fives after that win.” Read more at: examiner.net